|Brett and Rebekah Laird (#47224444)|
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|We live in Port Matilda, Pennsylvania on the outskirts of Stormstown. We love history and genealogy and love to help our fellow man in steps toward finding out the past. So we try to get as many cemeteries in Port Matilda and State College area as we can. If you have any requests you specifically would like us to handle do not be afraid to ask.|
Our pictures can be used for family tree purposes.
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|Elsie Wilson||Laird and McCauley graves|
Thanks for listing the graves of John William McCauley, Sarah Emma Laird McCauley, Henry W. McCauley, Barbara Ann McCauley Guerin and Fred Levi Guerin. I am helping Barbara and Fred's daughter Kelly Showalter Nunamaker to trace her McCauley and Laird ancestry. Can you be of any help? I think Sarah Emma Laird's father was James Laird. John William McCauley's parents were James McCauley and Barbara ____.
James McCauley came to US in 1847 and he was born in Ireland in 1828.
Elsie Hickey Wilson
|Sharon Rogers||Elizabeth Hassinger|
Thank you for adding a photo to her memorial!
|Twila Cowan||Mark H. Williams|
Thank you so much for enclosing the history of Mark H. Williams in Barnes, Kansas. That answers so much about Isaac H. Davison and his wife and daughter Sarah, as well as Samuel P. Davison and wife. The Davison family is a branch of my Hughes family.
|Hope Rudy||TINGLEY - Cochranton Cemetery|
I added the photos you requested for Margaret, Frances and William Tingley in Cochranton Cemetery. Mary Alice Yarnell (# 79552424) and Charlie Lee Yarnell (# 79552420) are also on this marker. Photos were added for them as well.
|JGCemetery||Photo request for Elmira Kellerman|
Her husband Samuel Kellerman may be buried in the same cemetery. If you see a grave marker near Elmira for Samuel Kellerman would you please take the photo. I will then enter a photo request for you after making a page for Samuel.
Thank you so much (very belatedly) for the photo of this Revolutionary War Veteran's headstone for the family of descendants.
Added by janicet on Aug 04, 2013 11:42 AM
|Randy Bell||RE: Thanks!|
There is no other writing on this stone. I did not see any stones close to this one either.
Thank you again for the photos - it made my day!
Added by Elleymae on Jun 13, 2013 5:14 PM
Thank you for sending the pictures! I appreciate all of your efforts!
Added by Elleymae on Jun 13, 2013 5:12 PM
|Beverly Mahanay~Short❤||Thank you|
Thank you for trying to locate Harry Enochs, I'm sure the one you found spelled Enoks is actually his father. I did read he died in California, his mother was Catherine, but Cloe could be a nick name. I appreciate it so much. I'm removing the request and going with that one.
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