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|I am a native of Huntingdon County, Pennsylvania. My primary interest is the history and genealogy of Huntingdon County, and in particular any of the Park/s families that were in Franklin County and Huntingdon County when they were formed. My roots are in neighboring Franklin County (at this time). I do research at a number of historical societies in central Pennsylvania and am a member of the Huntingdon County Historical Society. I also assist a major surname genealogy organization in some of their work. Please abide by Find A Grave rules regarding use of photographs, including duplication of pictures already in place for a memorial. Refer to their frequently asked questions if you haven't done so already.|
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|Dawn McLaughlin||John and Rebecca Green|
Thank you so much Ron!
|cbb||Briggs ~ Photo|
I'm not sure if I thanked you before (photo request filled notices were spotty) but working on updates and noticed the nice photo!
Chris cbb 48132450
Added by cbb on Feb 11, 2015 2:57 PM
I am wondering if you would consider transferring my GGGG grandparents to me? They are
Daniel Beck #110127780 and his wife, Catherine #110128183. My Find A Grave number is #47672913. I would really appreciate it as I have lots of info to add that is too cumbersome to add in the Find A Grave format and amend as needed. Thanks for the consideration. Kristy
Added by KAH on Feb 05, 2015 12:21 AM
|Dawn McLaughlin||John W Green and Rebecca J Green|
I was wondering if you could transfer my great great gransparents John and Rebecca Green to me. I would greatly appreciate it.
Frank Giumento in the Robertsdale Italian Cemetery, I left his death certificate on the Find A Grave page, different death dates. I am trying to find others for that cemetery. Carolyn from the Coal Miners museum.
Added by carroll on Jan 29, 2015 2:04 PM
|Judith Heckard Mathias||Aurandt|
|Christie Williams||Harpster photographs|
Ron, Thank you for taking the time to shoot these!
|Kathryn Doyle||Rorers in Wakefield Chapel Cemetery|
I have had memorials up for Isaac and Mary Rorer since 2006 but had them in Germany Valley Cemetery due to some erroneous information. I see your gravestone photos and new memorials at Wakefield Chapel. I will move my memorials to the correct location. Will you add your photos to mine and remove your duplicates?
|Suzy & Rob||Robert Wesley Africa|
Thank you so much for the tombstone photo for Robert Wesley Africa. I appreciate you taking the time to locate and photograph it. thank you!
|David Crombie||RE: Traxler tombstone phones|
Thanks for the reply. Since the Pleasant Hill Cemetery has B-D dates for Michael and Jacob Traxler, does that mean they are recorded in a cemetery record, listing, survey, etc?
Michael Traxler lived close by Shade Gap on Warrant #3 near 3-Lick Run.
Michael's will was probated in Oct 1818, and In his Civil War diary, George C. Traxler mentions going to Fairview to visit his Grandfather on 1 May 1864. George starved to death at Salisbury Rebel Prison just after Christmas 1864 (Valley of the Shadow website) -His other grandfather died before 1850, so this diary entry would seem to indicate that Jacob Traxler b 1786 was alive at least until May 1 1864. The Pleasant Hill entry lists 1864 as a death date.
I'd just like some idea as to where the Pleasant Hill Cemetery entries came from.
Thank you for your time.
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