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Albert Ledoux (#46511171)
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Warren Eastright
Helen Harris
Thank you sir, correction made.

Tahanks, Warren
Added by Warren Eastright on Oct 02, 2015 6:57 PM
Delaine Shirley-Noyer
Margaret Lovina Shirley-Benton
Thank you, it was just an oversight.
Added by Delaine Shirley-Noyer on Oct 02, 2015 5:36 PM
Harry Rogers
Thank you so very much for the Helsel photos and the cemetery information. This helped closed a large door in my grandmothers family tree. Lawrence was her first husband and died at the age of thirty three leaving her with three small children. My grandmother never spoke about him but a cousin told me she thought he was buried somewhere near Altoona. Bless you for your dedication and willingness to help others with Find A Grave.
Added by Harry Rogers on Oct 02, 2015 11:39 AM
Margaret Donovan
Leo F Hoover and Molly McGraw Hoover Friedman
Thank you so very much for adding both of these family members to Find A Grave! Leo is my maternal grandfather and Molly my aunt. I am grateful for your help.
Added by Margaret Donovan on Oct 01, 2015 11:06 PM
Donald Coho
Olene Lanzendorfer
Uncle Earl's bio consumed me for an entire Easter Sunday morning. You're treading all over BOTH SIDES of my family tree as you move around New St Pats in Newry.
When you 'bump into' Civil War John Benton in the lower right, he's a Grgrgr Gf on my father's side. HIS SON John, also Civil War, is nearer to the top of the hill on the right side. I've photographed both of those.
But I think you need to visit Olene's daughter, Eva my mother in Duncansville. I think she'd like to show you how her ten brothers (including many, many Marines) won a couple of wars.
Olene's Grandson
Added by Donald Coho on Oct 01, 2015 6:25 AM
Jack O'Connor
Susan Gertrude McGuire-St. Joseph's
Thanks again !!

Added by Jack O'Connor on Sep 28, 2015 12:03 PM
Jack O'Connor
St. Joseph's-Funicelli
Many thanks Father.

Added by Jack O'Connor on Sep 26, 2015 8:17 AM
RE: Annie Denny
I am not sure if her name is Loretto or Loretta? It was used the two different ways in the siblings obit. But, I will check to see if I can find it tomorrow.

I'm glad that I could find more information for Michael in the Cambria paper. It was just such a sad story for him to take care of her and then he got sick and died. But, it is nice to be able to "Tell their Stories".

Added by cataholic4ever on Sep 24, 2015 6:15 PM
RE: Annie Denny
Hi, I sent you her obit.

I found the brother Rev. J.G. Denny and asked for the person to link his memorial to his parents too.

So, hopefully this helps to get everyone linked together.

Thanks again for helping me link them and for putting up with my sac's.

Have a great day!
Added by cataholic4ever on Sep 24, 2015 3:23 PM
RE: Michael R. Denny
Hi, I will send you what I found. It seems that it is listed in two papers too. It looks like he took care of his wife who was sick with typhoid fever and he caught it and died. She lived through it and died in 1921. How sad.
Added by cataholic4ever on Sep 24, 2015 2:34 PM
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