Anna Warren Barnes Miller Memorial # 93825727 Thank you for the info above. Do you have any further info on her? She is a brick wall for me. Any further sources you could direct me to would be helpful. Thank you!
Mercy Fuller Barton Hello--can you tell me where you got all the biographical information Mercy Fuller Barton, memorial # 40395873? I am researching my family connection to the Fuller Family through my direct ancestor Elisha Fuller. This invormation would be very helpful. Thank you, Ginny Weddington email is: email@example.com
RE: Alice Eckert Clausing I like the memorial pages for Barbara and John. I have removed the documents about Barbara from Alice's site. At the beginning of the year I had requested information on the Kinn/Eckert family from the Montour County Historical Society and I followed through on their suggestion that I get the records from the the Harrisburg diocese of Pennsylvania. Included with the information they sent were a couple of obituary notices for Barbara Kinn. I have not yet scanned the documents I received but when I do, I will post the obits on Barbara to the site you created for her.
I have found some Danville newspaper articles that reference the members of the Kinn family so I am hoping that as more paper archives get converted to digital, I could find additional information about the family. In a email I received the Montour County Genealogicial Society, it said that John Eckert and Barbara Kinn were married on 08/12/1845 and that it was published on 2 different occasions (08/15/1845, 10/17/1845) in the in the Danville Intelligencer newspaper. The same email also said that there was a Danville newspaper that pubished the death of a John Kinn who died on 07/11/1845 at 74 years of age. It make me wonder whether John Kinn was actually Barbara's father Jean/John but the dates don't really match if your information has his death in the 1850s.
I am not familiar with the "Reformed" cemetery but it also surprised me that he went to what sounds like a different cemetery. I initially found George/Christina and George's son William (and his wife Jane) in the Danville Episcopal cemetary and it was someone from the Montour genealogical society that made me aware that other parts of the Kinn family were Catholic. It has always been my understanding that my great grandfather Harry Kinn (George's grandson) had converted to Catholicism as he married an Irish Catholic and was buried in a Catholic cemetery in Illinois.
39024167 - Oley B McCoy $ Nettie McCoy My great grandparents In subject heading) had 8 children, and I would like to update to include the other 5 that are missing from subject heading. I added a photo showing all the children's names - my grandfather is one of the missing and would like to update with family photos and such. Please and thank you
RE: Alice Eckert Clausing I do not have the death certificate for George because it is my understanding that Pennsylvania did not start to issue them until 1906 and George died in 1864. The findagrave site for George Kinn does show (in the tombstone photo) the part of Germany where he is from but other than census records, I do not have any information on him. George's sons John and George moved to Illinois so I have been able to track some of those family members via information that is available in the Chicago area.
There was an obituary for John B Kinn in the Montour American newspaper in 1904 but no parents are mentioned in it. I have seen in an Ancestry tree that Peter died in 1865 but I have no obit or death certificate for him.
Your information does narrow the date range on Barbara's parents so thanks for that help. If I happen to discover more information on her parents, I will update you.