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Pat Dwyer (#47841828)
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Robert David Miller
RE: John Hickey
I am not the only poster who has issues with Ancestry. Sadly, they chose to ignore 1000's of people who lived and died here in the hard coal region of Pennsylvania. So be it, it's their decision & loss and the loss to countless relatives, who will never find there ancestors because of Ancestry's. Good Luck and Happy New Year. Bob
Added by Robert David Miller on Jan 08, 2016 5:15 AM
Yvonne Mitchell
RE: Minnie Kline Stone
Maneta aka Minnie Kline was married to my great uncle James Stone in 1908 -he was my grandmother's brother and immigrated in 1905. I knew Maneta had been married before and her first husband was John Hickey (m 1898 from 1900 census) they had a son Charles B Hickey born 1899 - he was with James and Maneta in 1910 - I don't know any more about the Hickey family if that is what you are asking - but of course I do have more on the Stones. Yvonne
Added by Yvonne Mitchell on Jan 08, 2016 4:50 AM
RE: Young family
Guess what? I think I found the twins. At least where they were born, their names, and birthdate. I have to dig further but They were born 10 Aug 1851 in Buffalo, Erie, NY. One is Anne and one is Mary.
Added by My2Angels on Dec 07, 2015 4:07 PM
RE: Young family
I don't know if you read my bio or not but when I can I'm going to try to find the twins. I would love to help you attach them all together. When looking, I seen that you use one of the same references I use and how much work you've put in through Hayes. This story got my heart especially given my circumstances.
Added by My2Angels on Dec 07, 2015 6:35 AM
RE: Elizabeth Young
Hi there, you are more than welcome. I believe I got Elizabeth's name from the cemetery records. I've been sitting here going crazy trying to find the twins :) I will gladly transfer anyone you'd like me to. I see the picture you posted of Anthony, Barbara, and Lucy. I would be glad to clean it up for you if you'd like.
Added by My2Angels on Dec 06, 2015 5:17 PM
carol fasc
RE: Rosa Young Reuch
Your welcome...I did add new ones for her husband also..
Added by carol fasc on Oct 05, 2015 5:09 PM
RE: Edmond McVay
They aren't my memorials. I only took the pictures of the graves but the memorials belongs to Dianne. Sadly Dianne passed away in 2014. You might contact Find A Grave to see how you can have Edmond & Ann's memorials transferred to you. They both belong to Dianne.
Added by Timeless on Jul 09, 2015 12:18 PM
George & Elizabeth McVay
Find A Grave Memorial# 135489231

Thanks for posting the obits for George & Elizabeth McVay. Can you please tell me the names of the newspapers and the dates, pages, etc. that the obits were published? Thank you.
Added by Mick on May 30, 2015 4:01 PM
an old message
I just found this message from you! But it clears up a problem I had with her/spouse/family. I had her married to the Curl and then thought I was wrong and now I guess I'll go back and add that information in my tree. Thanks for clearing this up!

My connection to this family is VERY distant. Retta Holycross marriage # 3 was William Nelson Curl. His father was John Curl, whose first wife was Mary McVay, sister of my 2nd great grandmother, but she died young and was not William's mother.

I don't know anything else about the family.
Added by Tonip on Jan 30, 2015 9:32 AM
Holycross family
I presume you are related. Do you have a Spencer and Laura Ann McCauley Bailey Holycross in your family? They married and lived in the Madison Ohio area from at least 1836 to 1860. I can't find them anywhere after 1860.
Added by Tonip on Jan 09, 2015 5:54 PM
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