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|Harry Senft||RE: Tombstone Photos|
Your welcome, glad to help.
|Laura Kessler Hershey||RE: Tombstone photo|
You are very welcome!! I appreciate you saying thanks! Have a great day!
Thanks for putting the pictures on your Warner line. It is so nice to be able to put a face to the people I am researching.
|Barbara Zizzo||RE: george warner|
not been on line in awhile have been in & out of hospital , I have tried to get lady who posted him to our tree to remove but no avail will talk to you later Love Barb
|Jane from MI||Israel Warner|
Thank you for looking for my Israel in your tree. I am sorry you couldn't find him. He still remains a mystery. Jane from MI
|Jane from MI||George Warner|
Hi, In your Warner research have you come across any information about Israel Warner, b. abt 27 Apr 1774 in MD, d. 19 Jan 1851 Mahoning Co, OH. Find a grave # 50555808. Many trees say he was the son of George Warner/Werner, Revolutionary War soldier, born 10 Jun 1758 MD, d. 30 Jul 1836 Carroll, Co., MD. My Israel was not listed in George's will, according to a transcription I found online. Possibly he was a nephew of George. Any ideas. I look forward to hearing from you. Jane from MI email@example.com.
|Laura Kessler Hershey||Wilbur Bechtel|
Sorry about the duplicate memorial. Someone recently combined 2 cemeteries. They had St Vincent cemetery in both Adams County and York County. When I added his name there were no other memorials for him
Thank you, Laura
|Barbara Zizzo||RE: link|
hey did it go I hate my slow dial up
love ya Barb
|Kathie L. Webb Blair||RE: Lunday Warner|
Sorry I misspelled his name. I was wondering if you knew what the symbol on his headstone stands for? It kind of looks like a winged horse? Am not certain, haven't seen one like it before and am guessing it had to do with his occupation during his life? Thanks so very much.
With All Sincerity, Kathie L. Webb Blair, in a very sweltering Portland, Oregon (90` again today)
|Kathie L. Webb Blair||RE: Lundy Warner|
Thanks so much. I think I left him a note because no one had yet, which is always such a shame. He looked to be a very nice man, the kind of uncle any young boy would enjoy going out and doing things with. With All Sincerity,
Kathie L. Webb Blair, Portland, OR
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