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This monument in Northeast cemetery PA says "God Is Love." It is one of my favorites. |
I am happy to do this work to help the living, the dead and those to come. Sometimes, though, the pain of the losses people have felt just staggers me.
I am very, very grateful to other volunteers who have put up info that has helped me in my ancestry searchs.
If possible, I would grateful if you could leave a flower at my cousin Lt. Edwin Neely who was killed at Normandy as part of the D - Day invasion so that he is remembered.
Find A Grave Memorial# 56648174
It would be a lot to me. It took me awhile to find him.
(I found out some of the pictures I post turn out upside down on some people's computers but not others. I don't understand it at all so I don't know how to fix it but I think it might be something with the IPhone I don't understand.
Write me if something is wrong!)
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|Andrew||RE: Clarence Haenel|
Thank you, you are most welcome. Andrew
Added by Andrew on Aug 23, 2015 9:23 PM
|Gene Ford||RE: MAggie Neely|
It is confusing. Here is my guesses on Hiram Neely's spouses and dates.
Hiram Neely married his 1st wife Marie Margaret Scott circa 1858-1859 (Estimated from 1st child Sarah being age 1 in Census of 1860).
Marie Margaret Scott was born about 1839 in PA. (Age 21 in Census of 1860).
Marie Margaret Scott died before 1876. (Estimated from birth year of 1877 of 2nd wife's first child)
Hiram Neely married his 2nd wife Margaret Leonard circa 1876 (Estimated from 1st child Margaret being age 3 in Census of 1880).
Margaret Leonard was born about 1857 in PA. (Age 23 in Census of 1880).
To give you something else to think about:
William Francis Neely's death certificate list birth date of Apr 22, 1860. He is not listed in Hiram Neely household on census taken June 22, 1860. Is birth date correct on death certificate?
If William Francis was born Apr 22, 1860 (death certificate). Why is he not in 1860 census taken on June 22, 1860?
|PNF||RE: Hiram Neely|
Thank you for your reply. I am not on ancestry.com. I am grateful for the information you have provided about the Neely family history on Find-A-Grave. If you are interested, Hiram's second wife, Margaret, is buried in Grove Cemetery in New Brighton, Pennsylvania. I will be glad to share with you any information you would like to have about her and her children and Hiram Neely's death in a boarding house fire.
Added by PNF on Aug 12, 2015 10:13 AM
My grandmother was Jennie Elizabeth Neely, the daughter of Hiram Neely and his second wife, who was listed as Maggie in the 1880 Census. Do you know the maiden name of Hiram's second wife, Maggie?
Paul Frederick email@example.com
Added by PNF on Aug 11, 2015 7:17 AM
|Dr. James M. Owston||RE: Thank you , for Harris Focer|
Glad to have been able to help.
|Zim||RE: Thank you|
You are very welcome. Pittsburgh seems to be the gateway to the rest of the country. There are so many cemeteries with very old stones and soon they will be eroded away. It is the reason I spend my spare time in cemeteries.
If I have any of your relatives please feel free to ask for management. Family belongs together in this world and the next.
Zim ~ aka Janet
Added by Zim on Jul 25, 2015 10:09 AM
|Lynda K||Alexander McDonald|
I don't see your invite yet on ancestry,
my profile there is LMAK60, tree = Aiman/Mann-McDonald/Elliott/Herman/McCullum
I'm still using 'classic' ancestry, haven't touched the new version, heard too many bad stories....
Added by Lynda K on Jul 24, 2015 8:13 AM
|Lynda K||Alexander McDonald, Memorial# 134873296|
I believe Alexander McDonald to be my 3rd great grand Uncle. I noticed you left a flower and are related to him also. My grandfather's biological mother was Alexander's grand niece. If you have and would be willing to share information on this branch of the family, I would greatly appreciate it.
Lynda K (#48359826)
Added by Lynda K on Jun 12, 2015 11:17 AM
|Anonymous||sorry, wrong name|
As I was about to send the pictures of the stones I realised one is Champlain and the other is Champlin.
Sorry for the mistake. I did post then on the find a grave site for Little Valley Rural cemetery anyway.
Someone may look for them someday.
|Anonymous||J B Champlin|
Sorry, forgot to put a title with that headstone. :)
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