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Kim Gutshall (#47014428)
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Bio Photo Hi my name is Kim, married with 2 wonderful children. I love to spend time outdoors and spend time with family and friends. I just recently started a family tree. I came across this website and realized this is a great place. I have used this site several times myself, so I thought that I would give back by adding local cemeteries. My friend Robin (Rob) & I have done the Franklinville & Seven Stars Cemetery. I have to say that writing down all the names and taking photos was very interesting for us both. I just wish that we had the chance to meet them and hear their story about life. Thank you to everyone that submitted information to this site. If there are any corrections or additions to the names I post please contact me and I will be sure to get it fixed or added. The ultimate goal should be to have meaningful, accurate memorials that honor those who have passed away, regardless of who created the memorial or who maintains it. :)
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Wayne Andrews
RE: Coorections
Thank you Kim. My sincere feelings for your loss.
Added by Wayne Andrews on Nov 16, 2015 5:22 AM
Wayne Andrews
Hi Kim,

I sent you a bunch of corrections in October for ancestors in Grandview Cemetery. Please accept them when you get a chance.

Wayne Andrews
Added by Wayne Andrews on Nov 15, 2015 7:41 AM
diane tahtinen griffith
Thank you
Again thankyou for all that you do. Diane
Added by diane tahtinen griffith on Aug 24, 2015 8:59 AM
diane tahtinen griffith
Sarah E. Fryer
Hi, Thankyou for all you do on, I have a question about Sarah Fryer from Seven Stars,Memorial# 61061258 you have listed as her son John Davis, Memorial#61061247. Son of William and SA Davis, My mother is a Fryer by birth and we are trying to find a Sarah Fryer from that area who was married to John H Fryer who is my moms grandfather. She would have been his first wife. (He was married 3 x) and had several children by her, she died near Seven Stars. I was wondering if there was any chance Sarah Fryer was not a Davis ? Thanks Diane
Added by diane tahtinen griffith on Aug 23, 2015 6:52 PM
Betty Scott Marx
Emma Mountz #32731429
Can you transfer Emma to me if you are not related. I greatly appreciate your putting her in.

Betty #46786010
Added by Betty Scott Marx on Jul 29, 2015 11:27 PM
Henry Eckley
I had placed a photo of this head stone and not able to bring up to see? Thank You.
Added by Pauline on Jun 06, 2015 4:30 PM
Susan Heck Brindle
Susan Heck Brindle - Find A Grave# 32242421 - if you are not related can you please transfer to me as I am a cousin.


Lois - Find A Grave# 47931899
Added by lolo1951 on May 20, 2015 4:14 PM
Linda Reed
RE: lydia brindle 32242763
your welcome you have a great day also
Added by Linda Reed on May 20, 2015 6:13 AM
Linda Reed
lydia brindle 32242763
Just put in an edit for Lydia Brindle, her maiden name was Ruthrauff, with birth date and place of birth. When I put in correction I put in place of death as Franklin Co., PA, but I am not sure of place of death other than PA. So sorry about that
Added by Linda Reed on May 19, 2015 2:41 PM
Sharon Leon
RE: Hardman Galbraith
Thank you, too, for all that you do. I'm excited to be working on Hardman Philips Galbraith's memorial. I learned from the Centre County, PA Historical Society that a Hardman Philips in that county around 1818 along with his business partner built and developed the first screw factory in the United States. There was another Hardman Philips about 20 yrs. earlier on a different branch of my Robeson tree. I don't know if this young man who died in the Civil War was named by William & Eleanor (Robeson) Galbraith after her Robeson relative or after the original Hardman Philips. The first screw factory in the U.S. may not sound like a big deal to those of us today who are familiar with amazing modern technologies, but it could have been a big deal during the early part of the 19th century. Sharon
Added by Sharon Leon on Apr 21, 2015 10:04 AM
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