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LAB (#47214616)
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Thanks for the quick updates.
Added by Deb on Jan 25, 2015 8:52 AM
John Hughes
Thank you for the photo.
Added by mygenpassion on Jan 21, 2015 7:18 PM
Many Thanks for Great Pics!
Your efforts are much appreciated! (Dean Gimigliano)
Added by Roanho on Jan 20, 2015 6:39 PM
Kelly Smith
RE: Andrew Harchick #83930625
thank you ....I have seen his name on one of the cencus records, under my great grandmother....I have the copy of my grandfather's birth certificate and the spelling of the names is Hancharick...I don't think this is the right person because according to the obituary he has very different names for brothers and sisters. I thank you for your time and help. Kelly
Added by Kelly Smith on Jan 16, 2015 10:18 AM
Kelly Smith
Andrew Harchick
Do you have any more information about Andrew? I think this is my grandfather Joseph's brother.
Added by Kelly Smith on Jan 15, 2015 11:57 AM
Sally Emerson
Martha "Nell" Gundall
Please correct the name to Cundall per obituary and death record.

Mrs. Nell McNary Cundall, widow of the late Dr. E. M. Cundall and a member of one of the old families of this district, died rather unexpectedly at her home, 350 Duncan avenue, Washington today. Although is poor health for some time, her death was quite sudden. She was the daughter of the late Joseph D and Mary W. McNary, early settlers in this county. She is survived by two sisters, Mrs. Cora Cook and Miss Josephine McNary of Washington, and three brothers, Thomas and John of Washington and Louis living in West Virginia. Funeral services will be held Thursday afternoon from the late home in charge of the Rev. J. Paul Graham, pastor of the First United Presbyterian Church of Washington. - The Daily Notes, Tuesday, March 19, 1940 p. 7.
Added by Sally Emerson on Jan 12, 2015 9:58 AM
According to my husband, her great-great nephew, the dates on her stone are incorrect and were never corrected. The story has been handed down in Grapeville for many years and can be found in at least three newspapers. However they did not have her age correct. At the family reunion they said she was the only Agnes in the Schnupp family that was from Jeannette. I know it's confusing, they believe it was supposed to be she died in 1927.
Added by supermama5 on Jan 09, 2015 2:14 PM
Gilda & Frank Ciocca
Thank you for the use of your photo and for adding that information to Frank's memorial. All the best to you my fellow Findagraver. Cheers! :)
Added by Albertico on Jan 04, 2015 10:28 AM
Stanley Tykarski
Re:St Joe's & Fairview
Thank you for your quick response.

It's easy to make the mistake we both made; since there are no signs for St. Joseph's. I only found out through a conversation I was having with a woman at the McKeesport Heritage Center. When I got home, I looked up St Joseph's on find a grave and realized my error.

I have photographed all the markers in both cemeteries, thinking it was one and the same. (I still have many pictures and burial records to add to Fairview.)

Now that I know where the boundaries are for both graveyards, I'm going to take photographs of all the memorials in St. Joseph's again to make sure they're in the proper place.

If I find any memorials that should be in St. Joseph's, I'll contact the the proper contributor and let them know.

Again, thank you for your edits and your contributions to find a grave. Stan
Added by Stanley Tykarski on Nov 28, 2014 3:29 PM

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