|Andy Banks (#46968719)|
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|Colleen K.||Matthew Burriss|
Thank you for his transfer!
|Bill Hand||RE: Wilber Funk|
You're right, my mother was a Snyder. She spoke often of the Funks. And yes, I would like to chat, but would you mind emailing me direct?
|C. Z.||Joseph Banks at Westlawn in Canton, Ohio|
I found a Corpl. Joseph Banks from Co. B 12th Oh. Cav.
could this be the one you are looking for?
there were no other dates and I'm not knowledgeable on the military transcriptions.
let me know, CZ
Added by C. Z. on Dec 02, 2012 9:01 AM
|Patrick Stearns||Lucretia Halstead Stillwell|
Hi, I was wondering if you were a descendant of Lucretia. I am a descendant of Lucretia's sister Electa Stillwell Halstead Stearns.
|Melissa||John T. Lyon|
I was at Maple Grove in Milford, IL on Friday. You have a request for John Lyon. I had the his name looked up but didn't read far enough into the post, I got a picture of a different John Lyon, one that was much older. I should be back up there in the next couple of weeks, hopefully the caretaker will be there again and I see where he is located and get the right one for you.
Added by Melissa on Nov 04, 2012 6:54 AM
|Richard Boyer||Sarah Huey marker - McKeesport and Versailles Cemetery|
There are two markers in Section E, lot 69. One is for George and Leanore Huey and on the other marker the only thing you can read is the last name.
|Diane LM||RE: Townsend Carman|
I looked through all my photos from the Quaker cemetery and there is not a separate one for Sarah. I really couldn't make out what this one said. If you think it is both Sarah and Townsend, then by all means, copy it to her memorial. I believe I took photos of every stone that I could identify with some wording. There were a few tipped over or worn that I didn't bother taking so there would not be another one for her. Glad I could help.
Added by Diane LM on Aug 29, 2012 8:45 PM
|Kathy Salazar||RE: Williamson|
You're very welcome. Glad to find "Aunt Doc"
|JRIGGLEMAN||RE: Sarah E Errett|
I had almost given up, and as we were leaving my dad saw a patch of weeds & said "that almost looks like it could be a grave". I looked closer & laying flat, covered with weeds, was one of the most beautiful , clear headstones in the whole place. The cemetery is in a sad state of disrepair. There are many Errets buried there.
|stacy miller||RE: Bessie Mault|
No Problem Andy, Glad to held!!
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