|Audrey Allison (#47250896)|
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I am researching the following: Buchecker, Buhecker, Bohecker, Boohecker, Stacey, Stacy, Greiner, Ermlich and Ulbrich.|
Please do not use any of my personal photo's anywhere where else. You can use the cemetery headstone photo's as long as I am credited for it.
We are all here to help each other out. So please be respectful.
It isn't a problem for me to edit or add to the memorials that I have made. If you have anything of interest please send it by way of edit tab, even whole obits.
** PLEASE DO NOT USE THESE SUBSTANCES ON GRAVESTONES:**
CHALK; FLOUR; COCOA; PAINTS; CORNMEAL; CORN STARCH;SOAPS; CLEANSERS; BLEACH; SHAVING CREAM; INK MARKERS;BABY POWDER; BAKING POWDER; BAKING SODA; POWDERED SUGAR; AMMONIA; PEROXIDE; DETERGENTS.
In some cases, cemetery owners and next of kin have brought criminal charges against those whom have used these substances on the headstones.
** TRY THESE METHODS: **
LED LIGHTS; CHEAP ALUMINUM FOIL; SPRAYING WATER ON STONE; PHOTO EDITING PROGRAMS; MIRRORS TO REFLECT LIGHT & SHADOWS; USE NATURAL SUN LIGHT & SUN SET; SNOW.
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|Tina Lynn Hutchison||Ella M. Williamson|
Is there a possibility that you could transfer
Ella M. Williamson 110424449 memorial to me. I am a relative and would like to update her memorial and link her to the rest of her family.
It was a shock to fine her in Lawrence County, Pennsylvania and not in Fayette, County, Kentucky next to her husband. "Ella was born a Hale"
Look forward to hearing from you and God Bless
Tina Lynn Hutchinson Hale
|Sherry Champlin||Dwight Lew|
Oh, yeh - that clears it up, doesn't it? THANK YOU! I made the correction. Assuming it was in the Tribune the same day as the Vindy...
|Sherry Champlin||Dwight Lew|
Information I received from M. Counterman as to the obituary date indicated it was published 1 Jun. If Dwight really passed 31 May, I'm thinking the obit really wasn't published 1 Jan. Your thoughts?
|M Matthias||RE: Herman & Esther Ukena|
You are welcome! As the crow flies I'm just a few miles from that cemetery, but had never stepped foot in it. It was an afternoon well spent!
I'm sorry, a correction. Catherine's yr of birth is 1799.
|firstname.lastname@example.org||Katharine Mottinger #86079533|
I ran across this person with very little info listed on her in searching for my gr gr grandma, Catherine Mottinger (1774-1849). I took the liberty of adding these dates to this memorial & changing the spelling because I think she is one in the same. If you would be interested in adding some more things to it I would be happy to provide you with anything you might want. BTW, do you have any pictures of the grave and how did you come across it?
|Valerie Wixen Thruelsen||RE: Henry Manning FAG 108551765|
Hi Audrey...thank you for trying. :) It would be nice to know where his children are buried.
|Nellie NY||William A. Gilliam|
Thank you so much for taking the time to go to the Cemetery and for taking the nice photo. I really appreciate it.
|Kayla Snyder||John & Rachel Robison|
Hi! We "think" that the above names are my second great grandfather & grandmother. Rachel was born a Potter in about 1802, John was born at sea about 1800 - 1805. They had three children that we know of: Robert Potter Robison born 1824 in Somerset County, PA & John Mustard Robison born 1826 in Jenner Crossroads, Somerset, PA & William James Robison born 1831 also born in Jenner Crossroads, Somerset, PA. Four of them show up in the 1830 census, not sure where they went after 1830. Just thought it unusual that a John & Rachel are buried in Little Beaver Cemetery in Enon Valley, Lawrence County, PA. Would love a clearer picture of what the stone reads, can not make it out or perhaps you could jot it down next visit to this cemetery. They are in Plot 2 Row 12. John's Find A Grave # is: 107108751.
Thanks you for your time & service.
Kayla Snyder Find A Grave# 47368227
|Valerie Wixen Thruelsen||Henry Manning FAG 108551765|
His memorial states that most of his family is buried in the Oak Hill Cemetery, but there's only a picture of his 3 wives on the memorial that you took. It looks like it may have other names on the other sides. Children that may be there: Lucretia Kirtland Manning 5 Oct 1828 - 5 Nov 1897(married Timothy Dwight Baldwin), Caroline Lord Manning (married R. G.Garlick), Susan Ellen Manning 1831 - 1853, Sarah Seabury Manning 23 Jul 1833 - 6 Dec 1845, Hannah Manning Dec 1839 - Dec 1839, Charles Edwards Manning 9 Aug 1841 - 24 Aug 1842, Althea Manning 2 Jun 1846 - Aug 1846 I was wondering if you happen to have any more photos? I'd be happy to create memorials if you do...
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