|Mary Sowles (#46841025)|
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|stephen stahl||James R. Stall/Stahl|
I am Stephen Stahl. I am a direct descendant of Joseph Stall/Stahl, the brother of Andrew Stall, Stahl, James's father. James Stall, James R. Stall's Grandfather, was born in Franklin County, Penn. in 1761. He was Revolutionary War Veteran and my Great-Great-Great-Great Grandfather. He died in Trumbull Co., Ohio in 1808.
|Diggin for one||Mary Jane Haun Shance|
Thank you for accepting my edit for her memorial.
|Karen Thomas||Elizabeth Warren|
Does anybody have any lineage on Peleg Soule's wife, Betsey? She was born 1773 in Broadalbin, NY and died in 1855 at West Gaines.
She is a tough one to get leads on!
Hi Mary, I am Carol-Ann Anspaugh. I have been adding records also. Maude was my Great great grandmother. Would like to hear from you please. Thanks
|DORRIS SICKELS SMITH||#17904003 Ida Rosanna Sowles|
Ida Rosanna (Smith) Sowles, b. 1863, Clear Lake Twp. Steuben Co. In., d/o Wilson & Sarah Ann (Gary) Smith, married Howard Sowles.
Shell Howard, Sherwood, & Alma.
|josette wood||Alta and Maurice reed|
Are you related? New memorial made in correct cemetery, as there is no brick cemetery in new castle.
|Layla||RE: Floyd J. and Orla S. Haun|
thank you. made correction.
Added by Layla on Jun 27, 2014 6:32 PM
|sharon cartwright||Emmet W. Baxter|
Hi Mary, I am related to Emmet, another relative and i have been doing a lot on research on this family. We have discovered his middle initial to be a W. not H. Could you please correct this. His marriage record has W. as middle initial. Thanks, Sharon
I saw your message about the Sowle family and I also have questions. I found Clarissa Sowl and James Sowle both buried in the Galway Village Cemetery in Galway. In the 1850 census it lists James and Cynthia living with 2 nieces Emeline and Clarissa Chase
I made memorials for both James and Clarissa but very willing to remove them or have them changed to cenotaphs
What would you suggest Would you have any idea why they have stones in both cemeteries?
|Tammy Loerke||George P. Delp Memorial #28896775|
I am confused by this memorial. I found the death certificate of George P. Delp and it shows he died in 1906. The death certificate clearly states he is the son of Nicholas and Sarah Forringer. Can you help me with clearing this up? Are there any records at the cemetery? Is this the same George or possibly a different one.
I can forward a copy of the Death Certificate to you if you would like. Thanks
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