|Brian J. Ensley||RE: Smith photos from Grandview Cemetery|
You're very welcome- glad I could help!
|Ken & Kathy Boyd Hughes||RE: Burtchin photos|
Your welcome. I enjoyed doing it. I hope it helps you in your family quest.
|@ngel||RE: John Hohl memorial photo|
You are very welcome. Glad I could help
Added by @ngel on Apr 07, 2016 3:18 PM
Deleted my memorial..
Hart Cemetery, added photos to other nemorial
|Jim Henwood||RE: Pratt photo at Baltimore National|
Your very welcome glad I could help
|Flo Hoover||Frank & Jean Clever|
You are very welcome. I spend a lot of time in cemeteries.
We have had a very mild winter with only a little snow on several occasions. We did have an inch of rain last night but fortunately the temp was 40-50 degrees or we would be shoveling this morning.
|Corey & Douglas Marshall-Steele||RE: Patchett/Auer|
Hi there Eric - it seems that her siblings are on the other three sides of her obelisk - and their memorials are posted. Let me know if I can be of further help. Corey.
|lanterns2||RE: Nichols photo|
You don't think he's buried in that cemetery with his wife?
|Peggy ||RE: Phillip William Kipp|
I have moved him into a virtual cemetery along with his brother Thomas. I sent you other info under your edits. Are you related to the Bell's and Balliet families in Richland County? If so, then we are related.
Added by Peggy on Aug 18, 2015 1:49 PM
|terryl sperlich||RE: Edward McLaughlin|
I have her as Elizabeth McLaughlin with the verification through the 1850 census. She married Hiram Sell in 1867. Her death certificate lists father McLaughlin born in Ireland. Mother with the last name Thomson, birth unknown, though I have found her in Maryland as another source says she was born there. I have been wrong before, but I am trying not to include anything that isn't verified.
We are looking at the same 1850 census I believe as there is a son Levi present.
That's why I am asking you. The census says Pennsylvania, but could he have lived there and come with his parents very young. The earliest "proof" I have is 1830 in Washington, Ohio.
Elizabeth died in 1911, so I think they would have kind of had it together by then. Why would they say Ireland if it wasn't so? I really think it's the same Elizabeth. Do you think differently? If so, why do you think so?
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