|Linda Hubbard (#47926103)|
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My husband and I recently moved to the Pittsburgh area. My favorite hobby is genealogy. We have two grown children and three grandchildren.|
Feel free to use any photos I take for any other use.
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|Jerry Fair||Martha Fair-Stiles|
Thank you for your offer to add Martha's grave marker photo to her memorial!! I appreciate your having taken time from your day to photograph Jackson and Martha's grave marker.
As long as a photo of the combined grave marker is on Jackson's memorial that is sufficient for me. My cousin Martha's photos are a celebration of her life. She was an outstanding person who left this earth too soon.
|Emery Metzler||re: William and Alma MYERS - Sylvania Hills|
Thank you Linda.
|Mike Bigley||William Helms grave|
Thanks very much for the picture of William's grave, and the correction to his burial location. I did not know where he was buried.
|cathy lindeman||RE: Christina Beiswenger|
Thanks, I'm trying to determine if Henry was her son. I found a short obit on the Butler Library data base. Unfortunately it doesn't give her husband's name just that she was Christena Minnemeyer. I can't find them in an 1880 census.
Yes you may.
Added by Lois on Feb 24, 2014 11:32 AM
You mention wanting a picture of an "Addie". Is that maybe Gladys? I posted her picture. She is buried in between the other two you requested.
Added by Lois on Feb 23, 2014 9:23 PM
Thank you so much for taking the time (in the cold) to get these photographs for me! I truly appreciate it. I also received an email that you had suggested a correction for me on Lena, but I cannot seem to find it. I'm fairly new at this so I'm open to any and all corrections. Thanks again for your time!!!!
|Carlin||RE: Henry Pflug|
Thanks for the response Linda!
I'm sure Henry Pflug is the right name as I have multiple census records and a 1899 published story about his father which lists Henry as his son. He could be buried in Beaver County as he spent most of his life there. I lived the final years of his life in North Sewickley and I believe he died there. I submitted the photo request because that was the only entry that appeared for Henry Pflug on FindAGrave in PA, and the location is very close to where he lived.
Added by Carlin on Jan 09, 2014 7:57 PM
|Andre Dominguez||RE: George and Esther Jane Thatcher|
Sorry for the delay in responding to your request.
Yes, please use the pictures I have taken of the stones for George and Esther Jane Thatcher for their Ancestry pages of your tree.
|Don Oberlin||RE: Johan Jacob|
Can you please send me a link to the church record you are referring to?
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