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Ron (#46821890)
 member for 9 years, 1 month, 14 days
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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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 • 1,287 Memorials Added
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Dawn McLaughlin
John and Rebecca Green
Thank you so much Ron!
Added by Dawn McLaughlin on Feb 16, 2015 4:54 PM
cbb
Briggs ~ Photo
Hi Ron,
I'm not sure if I thanked you before (photo request filled notices were spotty) but working on updates and noticed the nice photo!
Thank you!
Chris cbb 48132450
Added by cbb on Feb 11, 2015 2:57 PM
KAH
Possible transfer?
Hi Ron,
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
Hello Ron,
I was wondering if you could transfer my great great gransparents John and Rebecca Green to me. I would greatly appreciate it.

Thank You
Added by Dawn McLaughlin on Jan 31, 2015 9:28 PM
carroll
Frank Giumento
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
Thank You
Added by Judith Heckard Mathias on Jan 02, 2015 11:35 AM
Christie Williams
Harpster photographs
Ron, Thank you for taking the time to shoot these!
Added by Christie Williams on Dec 29, 2014 8:35 PM
Kathryn Doyle
Rorers in Wakefield Chapel Cemetery
Hi Ron,
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?
Thanks,
Kathryn Doyle
Added by Kathryn Doyle on Dec 16, 2014 11:57 AM
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!
Added by Suzy & Rob on Dec 08, 2014 8:57 AM
David Crombie
RE: Traxler tombstone phones
Ron,
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.

regards,
David Crombie
Added by David Crombie on Nov 16, 2014 2:27 PM
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