|Kim Kimler (#46980012)|
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How I miss my adventures with mom going through the woods and weeds looking for cemetery stones, and in libraries & courthouses thumbing through records together.|
I take pictures and add memorials a little bit at a time. If I make any mistakes,or post a memorial for a family member that you would like removed, please let me know. I will gladly transfer memorials that are not my family.
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for the transfer!! It means a lot to add to this family.
Added by J.G.B. on Feb 18, 2015 6:08 PM
|Shirley Zimmerman||Josiah Warner|
Buried Tannersville, Union Cemetery. Please add his oburied: Tannersville Union Cemetery. Monroe County, PA (next to I 80)The Morning Press, East Stroudsburg, PA, Saturday, June 22, 1918
Josiah Warner, one of the respected citizens of Tannersville, died at his home at that place at 4 o'clock Friday morning, after an illness of a year. He had been in failing health for the past some time and death was expected.
Deceased was a successful farmer and business man of Tannersville. He was a member of the Zion Reformed Church and also a member of the Tannersville order of Odd Fellows, being an active worker both in the church and lodge. He was aged 58 years.
His survivors are his wife, four daughters, Mrs. Mary Zimmerman, of Wilkes-Barre: Mrs. Howard Rodenbach, of Brodheadsville; Hazel, at the Delaware Water Gap, and Pearl Warner at home, also two sons, Claude and Llewellyn, both at home. Deceased is also survived by one brother, Jeremiah Warner, of Tannersville.The funeral will be held Tuesday at 2 o'clock at his late residence with services at the Reformed Church and interment in the church cemetery. Rev. J.M. Shellenberger will officiate. Undertaker Gantzhorn is in charge of arrangements.
Stroudsburg Times, Friday, June 28, 1918Josiah Warner, a very well known and highly respected citizen of Tannersville, passed away at his home Friday morning at about 4 o'clock. Mr. Warner had been ill for some time, suffering with cancer of the stomach and for the last few months was confined to his bed, Those who were with him until the end said that he was a most patient sufferer, considering the intense pain he endured. In his early life Mr. Warner was a painter, but in later years he followed farming. He was a member of the Tannersville Reformed church. Mr. Warner is survived by his wife and the following children: Misses Hazel and Pearl Warner, at home; Mrs. Howard Rodenbach, of Brodheadsville; Mary, of Wilkes-Barre, and sons Claude and Llewellyn Warner, at home. Jeremiah Warner, of Tannersville, and Wilson Warner, of Reeders, are brothers of deceased. The late Maurice Warner, Stroudsburg, was a brother of deceaded. Mr. Warner was a member of the Odd Fellows lodge at Tannersville.it - Thank you. #32897083.
|Shirley Zimmerman||Josiah & Anna Williams Warner|
Hi Kim, please connect Mary Warner Zimmerman to her parents Josiah & Anna Williams Warner. Mary Warner married Dail Zimmerman. She is buried in the Dodson Cemetery, Luz. Co., PA. Her number is #25004511. Thank You.
|Tina Chase 14701||RE: William Schoonover|
You are welcome
|James Henkel||RE: Sparks|
|Cyndi Bishop||RE: Ben Bensley|
You're very welcome. Thank you for all that you do for Find A Grave.
|Carol & David||RE: Everhart & Schlough|
You are welcome.
|Lillie Riney||RE: George Alexander|
No, I'm not. As far as I know, I'm not related to him at all.
|Carol & David||RE: Everharts|
I sent you an email with the obituaries so if you do not receive it please let me know.
|Carol & David||RE: Everhart Obituary|
I can look the obituaries up for the children, all have listings online. John's wife Mabel "Miller" Everhart is also buried at South Easton, I will send her obituary when I look up the other ones. Daniel and Marguerite are buried in South Easton too according to the cemetery book, in the same plot as their parents. Sometimes there are no markers for the children unless they are listed on the parents gravestone. Not sure if you subscribe to Ancestry.com but the death certificates for Pennsylvania are online now at Ancestry from 1906-1944. The family's information is all listed on there too. I will send the copies to your email address once I have them. Carol
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