|Joanne Gross Vaughn||Skirim|
Thank-you for the Skirim transfers
Thanks for being a fellow findagraver
|Pamela Olschewski||Elizabeth Wiley Gosline|
Hi. I've researched this family for many years and thought you might want a bit more info. Her birth name is Elizabeth Wildy, daughter of Abraham Wildy and Charlotte Vanhorn, born 1824 died 11 June 1893. She married Richard Gosline who was born April 1819 and died 17 June 1902
|cheryl hamm||RE: Lizzie Louderbough @ Bristol|
yep, it was aluminum foil. I learned about it at a local genealogical meeting. I was excited to try it out and did so with Lizzie. Unfortunately, there was not enough left of the bottom line to see anything, even with the aluminum foil. To many years of weed wacking, I guess.
Hey, I see you have entered lots of memorials in Bristol Cemetery. Did you do them from a list? Are you local? Just curious.
|cheryl hamm||Lizzie Louderbough|
I added some photos yesterday to your memorial.
|Bill Walton||Headstone Photo|
Thank you for the headstone photo it is much appreciated
13533455 Please remove the chalked picture. Chalked pictures are no permitted on findagrave.
Added by Kat on Jan 03, 2016 5:39 AM
|Pamela Olschewski||Elizabeth dates|
I've researched the Wildy line for years. Elizabeth is the daughter of Abraham Wildy and Charlotte Vanhorn. I have her dates and thought I'd share them. I was unsure of her death date until I found her obit.
died 11 June 1893 (probably in Bristol)
Funeral 14 June 1893 Bristol at her home
married to Richard Gosline 21 Apr 1844 in Attleborough, Bucks, Pennsylvania
They had 6 children.
I have a large gedcom on the Wildy family if you would be interested in it.
|Balvana||Laura V. Farr - Bristol Cemetery|
Added by Balvana on Sep 13, 2015 11:04 PM
|Lisa||S. Maurice Updike|
Thank you Corrie.
Added by Lisa on Aug 05, 2015 10:37 AM
|Leanne||RE: Bristol Cryers|
Thank you so much for all the work you have done on the Cryer memorials. It is always a thrill to find family.
I will submit "transfer requests" for the Cryers I know are in my tree...that is probably the easiest for you.
Added by Leanne on Jul 19, 2015 9:05 AM
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