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Mary Hall Miller (#47333879)
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Bio Photo I grew up in Bedford County, PA. I work and live in Cumberland County, PA.
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Glenn
Mildred Naomi Stoner
Hi Mary I have added Mildred's Parents links to her Memorial.
Added by Glenn on Oct 17, 2014 4:41 PM
Warren Eastright
Kenneth Burket
Morning Mary, thank you for Kenneth's parents memorial numbers.

Warren

Added by Warren Eastright on Oct 17, 2014 5:24 AM
Nancy Corle Hopkins
RE: Edwin and Margaret Lloyd
Thank you so much Mary. I have more info I'll add now that I'm certain that's where they're buried. I find it exciting when I locate someone from my family. My grandmother is their daughter and I found many of her siblings too.
Added by Nancy Corle Hopkins on Oct 11, 2014 12:45 PM
Nancy Corle Hopkins
Lloyd family
Hi Mary, I'm searching for my great grandparents Edwin and Margaret Lloyd. Can you confirm they're buried in Hopewell Cemetary? A cousin sent me a photo of their tombstone but their names aren't listed at that cemetary. I'll appreciate if you can confirm this for me.

Nancy Hopkins
Added by Nancy Corle Hopkins on Oct 10, 2014 4:47 PM
Christal_LMP
Boric Meck
Hello! Thank you for your great research! I am a descendent of the Bedford County Mecks and I am trying to find out more information about Boric Meck. We know he died in the Bedford Alms House in Nov. 1877. I can't find any information on his parents or siblings. Any tips? Thanks for your help!
Added by Christal_LMP on Oct 07, 2014 7:24 PM
SteveDM
Sarah & Stewart Mercer
Thank you so very much for the great pictures you got for me. I really appreciate your time in getting them, this is a great help in my family search.
Again thank you,
Steve
Added by SteveDM on Oct 04, 2014 4:24 AM
lolo1951
Philip Shuss
Thanks, Mary, just posted the photo of his memorial. So appreciate your assistance with Find A Grave. After updating Riverview with over 6K memorials in August, I then got a team together to photograph entire cemetery to validate information I had posted. We are so close to completing the update of Riverview. Large cemetery - over 10K memorials. But always sad to come across unreadable stones or missing/damaged stones that information is no longer available.
Added by lolo1951 on Oct 02, 2014 7:46 PM
lolo1951
Philip H Shuss
I found Philip H. Shuss' memorial stone in Riverview Cemetery, Huntingdon County - next to his wife Margaret Shuss (Find A Grave#133308966). Checking the Everett Cemetery, I do not see a stone - although other Shuss' do have stones. Are you sure he is buried there? I know he was born there, but spent his later years in Huntingdon. Reading your online documentation, I do not see his burial location mentioned. I'm inclined to believe that he is indeed in Riverview and not Everett. Please advise before I create another memorial in Riverview for him. Thanks
Added by lolo1951 on Oct 02, 2014 12:34 PM
Dan Oh
Caroline Moyer @ Grove
http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gsr&GSiman=1&GScid=2150126&GSfn=caroline&GSln=moyer

Thank you for your note. I'm going to contact the other contributor regarding the disecepency in the dates, after which I will acquiesce and delete mine. Thanks for the extra set of eyes.
Added by Dan Oh on Sep 29, 2014 7:49 PM
Jean
RE: Philip Mason
Philip Mason was born in Bristol England 1777, immigrated in 1811 and fought for us in the 1812 war. Died around 1853...

He was supposedly buried in someplace called McCoy's Burial ground, but there is a Phillip Mason grave in the Bedford Cemetery. I'm on a new computer and I haven't been able to pull up my old stuff on it, but I believe John Mason went out to find it, and found a stone that was incredibly weathered and unreadable.

Lately, I've been mired in the Revolutionary War trying to sort out Devilbisses...the leaf system on Ancestry has every one adding things willy nilly...

I'm so sorry to have waited so long to answer -- I hadn't logged in to my name for a while
Added by Jean on Sep 27, 2014 9:49 PM
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