In the summer of 2005 while visiting in my home town in Mercer County, I visited about fifty cemeteries that I knew had family members in them. While there, I took photos of ones that I wasn't sure whether they were related or not. Though I don't have all the information on them, they may give someone a place to start.
Joseph B. Gill You have Joseph B. Gill Jr. d. May 17, 1990 death in Pymatuning Township. He died at his home in South Pymatuning Township, just yards from the West Side Cemetery, which is not located in the borough of Sharpsville. That is just a mailing address on Findagrave. His father, Joseph B. Sr. died in South Pymatuning Township at his home on Powers Ave., on findagrave it stated he died in Sharpsville, which was not correct. Sharpsville is only Post Office, we don't have a post office in South Pymatuning Township.
RE: William M. Perrine Janice, I just sent the pics via email to the address listed in your Find A Grave member page. If that is not correct or you don't receive the email let me know. Happy hunting. Tom
William M. Perrine While doing some family research in Mercer County PA, I came across a Civil War picture of Pvt. William M. Perrine, of the 140th PA Volunteers. Are you related? If so I'll send you the picture. Tom
RE: James Perrine I know that sometimes dates or names are miscarved into peoples stones, if you think this stone may be his I will gladly post it for you. I think it is to much of a coinsidence that the birth date, the army information and the cemetery info is the same as what you told me. If not I will just let someone else go out and see what they can find. :)
39023732 James Perrine I found a stone for James Perrine that dated his birth at 1842 and his death in 1914. It says co. general 100th reg. I didn't know if I found the right one or not. I did take a photo of this stone, if it is the right one I will gladly post it. It was in the Pleasant Hill cem. Jackson Center.
kerr/dunn hi...my g-g-g-grandparents on my fathers, fathers side are robert and anna mckean dunn. I was looking for markers for adam a and elizabeth dunn kerr. Elizabeth is roberts daughter,[may be mary elizabeth] According to census records of 1880 robert was living with g-grandaughter elizabeth kerr, daughter of adam a and elizabeth. adam a and elizabeth dunn kerr are suppose to be in oakhill sandylake cemetery. i would appreciate any help. thanks, and thanks for all you do.
RE: Grace McClelland I would definately believe that Grace's husband was buried in the Center Methodist Cemetery as he was born in Raymilton. My guess is that the newspaper clipping for Grace has a mistake and she was really buried in this cemetery also. You definately found her grave stone there so I would believe that fact more than the obit.