|Joseph A. Chaplow||Hi Cousin!|
I have you and your family in my genealogy but I have no dates for you. By my calculations you are my 3rd Cousin 1x removed.
Our common direct ancestor is Samuel Stilley Gorby. The line to you is: Joseph Dennis Gorby, Myrtle Jane Gorby, Wlliam Seabury Frankland, William Arthur Frankland.
Mine from Samuel Stilley is: James Sherman Gorby, Charles Samuel Gorby, Sarah Ann Gorby, Me.
E-mail me if you are interested in sharing some information, Cuz!
|J. A. McMahan||RE: Smith/Wright|
William Smith was John and Sarah (Wright) Smith's son. I'm sure he would have been buried close to them, so his stone is probably missing. Since the Wright stone is so hard to read I'll use it for both husband and wife. I appreciate your time and effort on my behalf.
|J. A. McMahan||Smith/Wright|
Dave, Thank you so much for taking the pictures at Rocky Spring Cemetery. Were you unable to find stones for William Smith and Alexander Wright? If so, let me know and I will remove them from the list. Thanks again for your help. Great pictures!
|George Perry||James Leifer|
Thank you Dave for the quick response and the great pic. George
Thank you for the wonderful photos of Edward and Deborah McAnlis stones. Your kindness is really appreciated.
Added by Jackie on Apr 05, 2011 7:02 AM
Thanks for taking the picture of this tombstone for me. I keep a link on the Ancestry page for her. This picture is excellent confirmation of names and dates.
Added by inmand15 on Apr 04, 2011 6:47 AM
|Susan Ford||Robert Wylie|
Thank you so much for this photo! We have had such a difficult time tracking his death date and final resting place (his widow and family left and moved to Ohio). I appreciate this!
|Jackie||Walker stone photos|
Thank you for your kindness to go out and obtain a photo of the Walker stones for me. Your kindness is really appreciated.
Added by Jackie on Mar 30, 2011 8:33 AM
|Carl Bennett||Kibler photos|
Thank you very much for the photos!
Much appreciation and best wishes,
|Debra A. Felger||James W. Early|
Regarding the burial site, so many graves at Glenview are unmarked. The library only lists the ones with markers. If you want to be sure he's there, check city hall. Glenview is now maintained by the city and they have all the records. I haven't been there yet, but I'm told that the staff there is very helpful.
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