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|Born in Piqua, Ohio. Lived in Seattle Washington. 23 years in the Army retired as SFC E7. Living in Thomson, Ga.|
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|Bill Daugherty||Goff Photos|
Thanks so much for the Goff photos. My mother-in-law remembered where they were buried. It's nice to confirm it. I added a photo of William and Mary that my mother-in-law had.
|History Hunter||RE: Frank W. Reck|
I am transferring your Great-Grandfather Frank Reck to you. Glad to see a family member manage his memorial. I enjoyed finding his photo as I am very interested in Civil War vets.
|Donna White||re: bonnie meeker|
Hi Dan, Thank you for finding and taking grave photos for Bonnie Meeker's memorial. I appreciate it very much. donna white
|anbuckeye3||RE: Infant son Schriver|
I am happy to transfer to you-I am not related that I know of. I am glad I found him for you, I've made several trips to Highland now since February this year, (I have tons of family there), but I am trying to photograph the entire cemetery. It is so large, I've only gotten through portions! If you need any help, let me know! :)
Dan, this is Chris from CCGS. I see you have claimed the two Shields photo requests at Thomson. We looked for those two weeks ago but didn't find them. There's a whole sections of Shields graves on the far side but not William and Susan. I didn't mark them as a Problem pending one more look.
However, yesterday I managed to get a copy of the Thomson City Cem map and listing of all interments through Feb 08. William and Susan Shields are not listed but the guy I got the map from said they may be one of the unmarked graves.
See you next week. :)
|martha bray||Crain memorials|
Thank you for adding the information for Lewis and Mary Borders Crain. It is much appreciated.
Thank you for fulfilling the photo request!
|Brenda & Pete||RE: Transfer of Schriver's|
You're so very welcome. Glad that you found your relatives. Always happy when we help someone make a connection.
Have a great weekend.
Brenda & Pete
Unfortunately, none of the obits in the scrapbook were documented. Some are obvious, but this one is not. It could have come from a Harrisburg paper, or it might have come from a Lancaster paper such as the Lancaster New Era. In 1922 my grandfather was living in Lancaster County, but he always kept in touch with happenings in Harrisburg. I will check the scrapbooks again for anything else on Shriver
|Joanne T ||Patrick Shelton|
Thank you for the photo. Joanne T
Added by Joanne T on Jan 21, 2015 4:49 PM
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