|Bryan Winter (#46975843)|
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|Genealogist since 1975. Chose FindAGrave.com to share photos of tombstones gathered. |
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|valerie speciale||Calvi Risorta|
Thank you for adding the Calvi Risorta Cemeteri. I appreciate all the work. On some of the Memorials it says their is a photo and gives a Jpeg #. What does this mean?
|Marilyn Roth||John CRUM (1761-1837)|
John CRUM (6 Mar. 1761, MD - 8 Feb. 1837, PA) was son of Cornelius CRUM and his first wife Rebecca. Cornelius m2. 1763, Catherine GRAY.
Thomas Bartee and Charlotte Carrico also had George C. Bartee who first married Virginia Alice Showalter and then married Mildred Ann Kersey, widow of William James Lowman, all of Pulaski County, Virginia.
Added by Kathy on Sep 15, 2014 4:36 PM
Thanks for the info on Margaretta. I updated her memorial per your info. Neither one of her husbands is buried in Spring Hill and I have no info on their birth dates or death dates so I was unable to search for them. I added their names but could not link her to either one.
Added by Sherry on Jul 22, 2014 7:10 PM
|Dianna Taylor||Thank You!!!|
Bryan, thank you for all the edits & links on my Fortney kinfolk.
|Peter Munro||John and Robert Brown buried at Pine Grove Cemetery, Berwick, PA|
I've just been looking at the memorials 26662490 and 24553945. Do you think these two are the original two settlers of Berwick ?
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|T Barker||Thomas and Mary Heath|
I noticed you have entered alot of people from the Dodson Cemetery in PA. I also noticed you entered locations on your pages. Where did you get that info?? I did not find locations on my relatives pages. Do you know where I might be able to find that info??
Thanks so much for all the work you did add, it is greatly appreciated!
Added by T Barker on May 15, 2014 1:08 PM
|Ruth E Hardy||Thank You so Much|
I have been seeing some of what you have added, and am so Very Thankful for all your time and effort to find our relatives, and for you sharing. I have been so stumped for years looking for William Thomas Fortney's siblings, parents... the hours I have spent. I found this site (Find A Grave) in 2012, and to think had I looked here in 2008 where you added this records...... I could a goofed off, instead of hitting my head against the wall in frustration. So again your the man!!!! I also didn't really learn how to seach this site until, the last month or so.
|June Howard||Town Hill Cemetery|
I went to Town Hill Cemetery yesterday to photograph some tombstones and what a shock....the place is totally overgrown and I was hardly able to even get up into the so called cemetery.....rocks, weeds, fallen trees, leaves, brush, etc.....finally saw a few stones sticking up here and there and only a few able to read....many broken, unreadable, standing up against a tree the few that I could read....could not find the ones I went there for as it was so bad to walk around in there... many trees and limbs down all around to climb over.....what happened to this cemetery since the pictures you posted? What a shame to find this cemetery abandoned and uncared for!
|Lynn Fortney||Jacob and Margaret Fortney|
Thank you for adding the Fortney's in the Mohler Dunkard Brethren Cemetery in Cumberland Co, PA on Findagrave. I was just going to do it myself but you beat me to it. Mike will be so proud that his great great grandparents are on there and that someone else besides us cared to do this.
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