|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
|R. Pinkerton||C. C. Schriver|
Dan; Not related. This obit was among hundreds found in my grandfather's scrapbooks. See Find A Grave # 62215859. Transferred.
Thanks, DanS for the photo of my distant Aunt's headstone.
Added by Jimbo54 on Jan 14, 2015 10:18 AM
|JH||Samuel Guild 1750|
The photo you posted for this Samuel Guild (who died 1750) is for the son of the same name who died 1771 (as stated on the stone in your picture) Could you remove your photo? (The right one already appears with the Samuel Guild 1771 entry).
Added by JH on Dec 10, 2014 6:08 PM
|gravrgrl||Farr markers @ Savannah Valley Memorial Gardens|
Thanks so much for taking the photos for the James Clark Farr, Luther Edwin Farr, and Dorothy Cartledge Farr. I appreciate it. I have also added a memorial for Joanne Stone Farr, wife of James Clark Farr. The memorial is #138972105. She shares the same marker as James. Would you mind adding the photo you posted to his memorial to hers also? I would really appreciate it!
Added by gravrgrl on Nov 19, 2014 12:40 PM
|Norma Jean Herron Thurman||Jimmie Nell Lancaster|
Thank you for fulfilling photo request for my aunt Jimmie, It means so much to know you took time to place it there. God bless you, have a Happy Thanksgiving.
|Mark & Jeannie (Mock) Irwin||Photo Requests|
Thanks so much for fulfilling the Photo requests for Clarence and Maude Beasley's grave marker's. It's greatly appreciated. Jeannie Mock Irwin
|M Long||Iris Inglett|
This is a duplicate of #87608259.
Added by M Long on Aug 19, 2014 9:14 AM
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