|Scott Shatto (#47085158)|
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I am a native to Perry County, Pennsylvania. I have lived in all four corners of the United States but have returned to my home.|
Anyone who wishes me to transfer memorials I have created, please just ask.
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Audree Shatto, Barry Michie, Bill Corl, CJ, dragonswolf, Emily Brown, Family Tree Cli..., Joe Nihen, Judith Partin, Judy Green, Nancy Gibson Lo..., Roy Schreffler, Theresa Berg, Vickie Johnson
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|Fran Price||RE: Eunice Sheldon Shatto|
Yes, they are the first two husbands. Thanks.
|Laura Shatto||Joyce Shatto|
Not sure but you may be related to my husband.. Calvin Michael Shatto. He is the Grandson of Joyce Victoria Read Shatto and Isaiah Shatto.
My Husbands Dad is William Calvin Shatto who I believe is still living in Dillsburg. It is my understanding that William chose to never acknowledge My husband as a child due to some issues and problems with his Mother (Brenda,) his 1st wife whom he divorced shortly after my Husband Calvin was born.
My husband even tried to meet his Father by searching out and meeting with his Gr Parents, Joyce and Isaiah once about 20 yrs ago but apparently they did not want to connect with him any further. My Husband always wondered what His real dad looked like. from the pics of his gr parents I see why he is so handsome today. :)
Just thought I would drop a line.
My email address is : firstname.lastname@example.org
|Terry Good||Carrie A. Good Bernheisel|
If time and space permit, you might wish to add the names of her parents: Hiram Johns Good
Anna Margaret Zug
her siblings: Harry Cheston Good
Ira P. Good
Her brother, Harry, was my grandfather
|Robert Viguers||RE: Find A Grave Memorial# 36605580|
I think these are only two graves, other two either not marked or were close by or were not moved if these were moved. Wonder what Harry would say about them?
|Robert Viguers||Find A Grave Memorial# 36605580|
Have you been to this grave site? It's inside a fence made of galvanized pipe and it's only him and his wife, two headstones, two foot stones and not enough space for two more graves. It's well kept. At least the grave site I found was very well kept.
|Dennis Brandt||RE: Michael Lupfer|
|Dennis Brandt||RE: Michael Lupfer|
Thank . . .
|Family Tree Climber||RE: Zachariah Beecher|
Three of us went to the cemetery last week and photographed all of the stones - some of them definitely were a challenge, not only to photograph hidden amongst trees and bushes, but also to decipher. But, it was a great day, and glad to be able to post so many in that cemetery that were not yet done. I still have about 40 that I just can't decipher, so they will need to be foiled or something at some time in the future, and hopefully they will provide some clues as to who they are. You are quite welcome for the photo.
|Susan Malloy||Susan Heneman Shatto 51849350|
Scott: I just discovered Susan Shatto 51849350. Her bio indicates she was survived by her sister, Mrs. C.D. Miller. She would be my great-grandmother, Ida Nancy Henneman Miller. 132680259
My grandparents are also mentioned. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Miller. My question is who were Susan and Ida's parents? Do you know? Bio also mentions Laura Tolle, but I cannot find anything on her either. Thanks for your help. Susan Malloy
We are coming that way next month, do you think it would be possible to meet at the cemetery to help me find a grave??
We were there last month, we came all the way from Arizona and all we saw was the sign, no graves.
Now I see on here that you have to take the dirt path to find the graves.
If you can help us it will be so greatly appreciated
Many thanks Lynda
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