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My husband, Rick & I are researching our family history. We live in Northeast Pennsylvania and enjoy visiting cemeteries where our relatives have been laid to rest. Along the way we sometimes take extra photos as time (and energy) permit. We have found Find A Grave to be a great help to us & hope that we can help someone else along the way. Some family lines that we are researching are- Cook/Koch, Rought, Pallman, Dodge, Johnston, Bender, Bahr, Corson, Hibbard, Forrest, Drake, Stevens, Fitch, Dickinson, Benjamin, Wierzbowski.|
Anyone wishing to use any photos I have taken are welcome to, but I would greatly appreciate a note sourcing them to me. Thank you.
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|Linda Crawford||RE: Corson,Hibbard and Crandall|
My husband is related to Irene Thrasher she was his Gt Grandmother sister and she married Elmer Corson. Ida Fenton, Lewis Fenton sister Married John Crandall and Hibbard are relates to the Steele family..
|Linda Crawford||L A Chalker|
Ok I agree with what you said it make sense. Will delete mine
Thank You for the transfer of my great grand aunt Maud.
Added by Rob on Aug 21, 2015 2:07 PM
|Norma Doolittle||RE: Anna Jane Yarns Bates memorial|
Thank you for the clarification and I am making the change as you requested. By any chance do you have a picture of his first wife, Anna Jane Yarns?
|Lois||Delilah Hancock's headstone|
Thank you for the wonderful picture of Amasa and Delilah Hancock's headstone.
I would like to inform any interested person that Delilah's death date on the headstone is wrong. On a visit to the Bradford County Historical Society, I found her obit in The Bradford Star, Thursday, February 7, 1901. Delilah actually died in Evergreen on Feb 1, 1901 at the age of 91.
Added by Lois on Jul 31, 2015 2:47 PM
|Lorraine Bailey||Mary Green Chapman|
Thank-you for your time looking for Mary Chapman's gravestone.Lorraine Bailey
|Conservative Patriot||Rayford Jones' headstone pictures|
It needs documentation.
Will not last long in our climate.
Maybe later they will put up something more substantial like small laser etched granite stone which can be done 300-700$ depending on size.
|Robbie Isbell||RE: Memorial# 107331222|
Thank you for the transfer! I am still uncovering a lot of family history, and I don't think I ever covered the Benjamin line. Where did the line meet to the Isbell family line? Once again, thank you for the transfer. Grandma Isbell would be greatly appreciated!
It has been a hard years for the Isbells. Grandpa Isbell passed away on 2011, then Aunt Audrey on 2012, then Grandma Isbell on 2013. So I was going to get the findagrave.com memorial going, but found out that you have done some, and I am grateful for your contribution.
|Robbie Isbell||Memorial# 107331222|
May I have ownership of Allieen Isbell? She is my Grandmother.
|Tweety Emmett||RE: Andrew(#69294910) and Josephine Wierbowski|
Thank you. I am not directly related, however my mothers first cousin married a Yakobitis, and his mother was a Wierbowski. Anthony Yakobitis and Nellie Wierbowski Yakobitis.
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