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|Staci Sexauer||Glennon's- St. Peter's, Wellsboro|
Hi, I've added photos for all the Glennon's in this plot. Mary Louise Glennon was born in 1897. I've submitted the edit request. I've also submitted a brief bio. for her and Thomas, et al. but I'm not sure how long it will take to be approved. If you do not have access to Ancestry, let me know and I'll send you the census and death record info I found in a quick search. There's quite a bit of confusion in the Ancestry family trees, due to there being 2 Mary Glennons in Wellsboro for the 1920, 1930, and 1940 censuses.
Best wishes, Staci
|Roberta Moody||RE: Ellen and Paul Burke|
Leslie..thanks for the offer..if you could manage to transfer photos for Ellen and Paul to the numbers you sent me,I would not only give my permission but do so with gratitude attached. I no longer have the originals so it can't be done that way and I have never tried changing photo locations...Happy New Year, Leslie.
|Brian J. Ensley||RE: Violet Keith|
You're very welcome- glad I could help!
|Roberta Moody||RE: Ellen and Paul Burke|
You are welcome. The Burke's location is in a courtyard area of lovely towering Oak Trees.
|Beth||RE: Burkholders at Jersey Shore|
You're always most welcome - glad to do it.
Added by Beth on Nov 11, 2014 9:32 AM
I've been taking photos at Wildwood several times for an hour or two or three each time and still have not found any of your requests yet (that I know of) - still have to sift through and post most of these photos, but with over 60,000 graves and no maps of specific locations, just general areas, it is quite overwhelming to try to locate anything specific. The couple thousand graves I've taken photos of is just a small part. I just keep chugging away at taking as many pics as possible when I stop. The office is no help at all, and if you e-mail, it cost $20.00 for a specific location, but then the person trying to find it has no detail map, like Jersey Shore has, to be able to locate it. One day, I hope to find as many as possible!
Added by Beth on Nov 10, 2014 4:14 PM
|Jeff Harvey||Kilguses :-)|
Always a pleasure helping you out, Leslie!! Sorry it took "so long" LOL
|jcq||Harrison T. Easley|
Thank you so very much for photographing my great-great grand uncle, Harrison T. Easley's headstone.
Added by jcq on Oct 27, 2014 8:10 AM
|Carol Nocella||RE: Keebler Family|
I'm related to the Keeblers distantly. If you read the two messages I received previous to yours, you'll see I'm working on my Epting line. John Epting was my gr. grandfather. I recently found his brother Frederick Epting on Findagrave. It's an interesting story. John and Frederick were Pennsylvania farm boys who went off to war together, serving in the same company, etc. (Civil War). John lost a leg at the Battle of Fredericksburg. I just found out that Frederick died in a POW camp. Then I linked up with a descendant of their sister Catherine Epting. That family's story is that Catherine searched for her two brothers all her life and never found them. Anyway, Catherine remained in Pennsylvania and married John Keebler (1842-1926). Charles Frederick Keebler and Isaac Keebler were Catherine's sons. I'm just beginning to work on that branch. Looks like Catherine and John had 7 children, 6 boys and 1 girl. There may be more of them buried at Montoursville.
I also found John Keebler's death record that gives his parents' names as John Keebler (Sr.) and Mary Piefer. He's on a couple of other trees at Ancestry.com but they give his mother's name as something else which I believe is probably wrong. There are a couple of John Keeblers in the census.
If you want to talk more, write me at firstname.lastname@example.org
|Carol Nocella||Keebler Family|
I see you made a page for Charles Frederick Keebler. I sent you the links to his parents, who are also buried at Montoursville Cemetery. I found out a brother of Charles named Isaac Franklin Keebler also died in the town of Montoursville, so I'd assume he'd be buried at that same cemetery. When you were there, did you happen to see a grave for Issac?
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