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Angela Aponte (#47501441)
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Bio Photo I am conducting genealogy research on the surnames: McCune, Essex, Arthur, Coon, Keller, and Gee.
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Brenda Sunday
RE: Baby Essex grave
You're welcome! When I found the stone, I also found about six other ones that said either Infant son or daughter. Some were Essex, some were Winters and there was another name I can't remember right now. So I decided to take all the photos so I would get the right one because they all had different mom's and dad's!
Added by Brenda Sunday on Aug 27, 2015 6:19 AM
jim parker
RE: Coon family graves
Your Welcome. Glad to be of assistance :)
Dumb question, how are your related to the Coon's? My wife's maiden name is Koon. We have been able to document the Coon spelling and a few others as well in the family. She is originally from the Marietta area.
Added by jim parker on May 06, 2015 6:09 AM
Sheila Duplaga
RE: David and Annetta Keller
David Keller 1918-1998 married my mother's first cousin, Florence Bennett 1921-1982. Their fathers were twins and the families were close and we visited a lot. I am working on ancestry and look into parents and what I can find on the site and add to the person. Especially since I knew the person. David's family owned the Coke Bottling Plant in Uniontown, PA. If I can answer any questions on their children please ask. I do not live in that area and do not see them, but have a little information on them.
Added by Sheila Duplaga on Mar 31, 2015 9:40 AM
Sheila Duplaga
David and Annetta Keller
You have a listing for David #85818871 and Annetta #85818871 last name of Keller at Union Cemetery, Steubenville, Ohio. I believe these are duplicates of David #14234643 and Annetta #14234675 at Chartiers Cemetery, Carnegie, PA. Annetta's death certificate states that she is buried at that location. The same grave marker is at pictured and both names are on that marker. If you agree please delete you entry.
Added by Sheila Duplaga on Mar 30, 2015 10:03 PM
John Michael
Question ...
Would you kindly contact me at about one of your photos?

Thank you


John Michael
"Preserving the memories so others will remember..."
Added by John Michael on Nov 13, 2014 3:19 PM
RE: Arthur graves
You are very welcome.
Added by RickC on Jul 23, 2014 4:25 AM
Tish Haney
Jamie decker
How did you know him?
Added by Tish Haney on Apr 23, 2014 7:27 PM
Bob Saunders
RE: Martin Gee
The easiest way to give you directions is to search directions to these coordinates Latitude: 39.01420, Longitude: -82.46030.

Since I don't know where you will be coming from I will give you directions from the county seat. From Jackson Take 35 W about 6 miles and turn right onto OH-327. Go about 1.5 miles and turn right onto CR-9 (Keystone Furnace RD). In about 4 miles you will turn left on Pattonsville Road. Almost immediately you will turn right on Bain-Perkins road. From there take the first right which in Keystone furnace road.

I know that sounds complicated but it's really not that hard to find.
Added by Bob Saunders on Feb 20, 2014 7:41 AM
Bob Saunders
RE: Martin Gee
Are you needing directions to the cemetery or the location of the grave itself? I work with several descendents of the Gee family they are the ones that asked me to post the picture for them.
Added by Bob Saunders on Feb 19, 2014 4:30 PM
Dennis Krebs
Henry Stalter
Angela - thanks for the information about Henry/Harry Stalter. I have not seen that before but will check the FamilySearch site, since it appears to be from there. It may be that he actually was born in England and not "at sea." Smaller ships would often take passengers from European ports to England and they would later board larger ships for travel across the Atlantic.
I have two references for his burial but both basically say the same thing:
Abstract of Graves of Revolutionary Patriots
Name: Henry Stalter
Cemetery: Field
LOCATION: NE of Dunkard Ch, SW of Glenford, Perry CO OH 55
Reference: Abstract of Graves of Revolutionary Patriots, Vol.4, p. Serial: 11912; Volume: 4
Added by Dennis Krebs on Dec 06, 2013 1:25 PM
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