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Doug Johnson
Added Winifred Clyda Caldwell at Friends Cemetery in Grampian, PA. Thought you might be interested in looking at it.
Added by Doug Johnson on Nov 17, 2015 10:57 AM
Mary Kent Caldwell
You have duplicate memorials for Mary Kent Caldwell.

You might want to delete this one: 55305102
and keep this one: 55585933

Then you can transfer her son James (55304803) to the second memorial (55585933). That way he won't be listed as a half-sibling to his brothers and sisters.

Added by PuddinTain on Nov 13, 2015 10:23 AM
Roberta Apker
It appears your memorial for Roberta Apker is a duplicate of 31065494 which was created in 2008. I have posted pictures to that memorial
Thank you
Added by Robinqm on Nov 09, 2015 3:03 PM
Geoff Oosterhoudt
RE: Nancy Morilla White Morris
Michael - I couldn't tell if my second msg to you went through or not...I had meant to ask you about Benjamin Morris, b. about 1804 somewhere in VA, and his wife, Sarah Ragland, b. about 1804 in Chatham County, NC, d. before 2 Nov 1847. I would love to know more about the Morrises. I also would love to know if you have any info on Burwell Williams, Sarah Ragland's maternal grandfather, or his spouse - I have no name for her. I am currently still working on Wm. Ragland, Jr.'s maternal grandmother - Sarah Moore Massie, and HER mother, Elizabeth Lee (I only have her name - have tried to tie her in with the big VA Lee family, but to no avail.) I do have a tiny bit of info on the Massies, going back to John Mascy, b. 1616 in Isle of Ely, Cambridgeshire, England, with an unconfirmed wife, name of perhaps Frances(?)...I have worked a lot of my lines back to England, and several even back to the 300's in Armenia, but am mainly successful with VA and New England's these female lines still in 1800's GA that have me stumped.
Thanks - Geoff
Added by Geoff Oosterhoudt on Nov 02, 2015 7:37 PM
Geoff Oosterhoudt
RE: Nancy Morilla White Morris
Michael - I only have the names of Nancy White's parents - James White and Lucy Cash. I also only the year that Nancy died, nothing more. Could you email me copies of the pages from the Morris bible that you own, if it wouldn't be too much trouble? And do you have any more info on James W. and Lucy C.?

Thanks - Geoff
Added by Geoff Oosterhoudt on Nov 02, 2015 7:19 PM
Doug Johnson
RE: Stancia Pearl Caldwell Ferguson
I added additional Ferguson graves. Will have entire cemetery done in next few weeks. Many old stones hard to read. Will use some photo filters to determine whom they belong to.
Added by Doug Johnson on Oct 13, 2015 10:45 AM
RE: Alice Lane CAldwell
Just in case, you may still want to contact the cemetery. I can only look things up by the original burial date. I have no way to search an individual name like the cemetery. If the cremains were later interred, I cannot see that information.

If you have an actual interment date I may be able to look up the information. The information I sent earlier is based off of her cremation date. Ace
Added by Ace on Oct 11, 2015 6:51 AM
Joseph Stewart
RE: Mildred McDonald Newman
My pleasure. Glad to do it. I had some great help from a lady at the cemetery office.
Added by Joseph Stewart on Oct 04, 2015 7:59 AM
RE: Samuel Caldwell
Nothing on the map. The church which started the graveyard was not established until 1834 and the grave site did not exist for a few years. I have copies of pages from the cemetery books, very hard to read, so faded, but basing my quick look is: an article in the Clearfield Progress when church was celebrating their establishment.
Clearfield Progress, May 9, 1972, by Jean Natoli, Progress Staff Writer

"It all began at Centre in Clearfield R. D. on September 29, 1834, when a church was constructed on land donated by Philip Antes, Sr., great-great-grandfather of the late A. W. Lee Jr., and Mrs. Lillie Lee Moore."

The church land was backed by land owned by the Bailey, Lawhead and Hoyt families. Every good source of history of the Caldwells has that Samuel buried in Lancaster. But searching in Lancaster has too many unmarked graves. If you have any questions abt burials or history of that area I would be glad to try to help. Ev
Added by Claire on Sep 26, 2015 3:07 PM
RE: Samuel Caldwell
Many unmarked graves but, I am the PR person for the cemetery & was referring to many original records. Referenced also the 80 some page reference material on Hugh & Jane Boyd Caldwell, from the Clearfield HistSoc. I have a map with all the owners & burials recorded so we know where people are buried. I will check the map again, also the burials in Martic, Lancaster county. Some people buried there where originally buried on family farm but moved when cemetery opened. One of my Lawhead ancestors was moved from the farm to Centre Cem.
Added by Claire on Sep 25, 2015 7:16 AM
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