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Nan (#46824729)
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Spence Burton
Asa Holcomb # 132238513
Thank you so much for updating Alice Holcomb's memorial AND especially for finding her dad Asa Holcomb... I have been searching for hours trying to find his death record in PA online death records on Ancestry with no luck... Do you have access to the cemetery records with the dates OR where else did you find the dates for Asa? Any help would be appreciated....

Again thank you!!!


Here is the memorial you updated while adding her dad Asa:
This is an automated email letting you know that your recent edit for the Alice Holcomb Ruth (1878 - 1965) Find A Grave memorial has been accepted.
Link to updated memorial:
Added by Spence Burton on Jul 03, 2014 3:51 PM
Alycia Keating
RE: John Baldwin in Union Cemetery
Good lord, what kind of stone were they using in the early 1800s that seems to have MELTED? One fellow, a sexton in Derby, told me that was "Georgia Stone," as opposed to the superior Vermont or (better) Boston stone. Some stone looks as though it was carved this morning. But those poor folk with that soft white awful! Anyhow, to the point, I am glad to be of help!
Added by Alycia Keating on May 26, 2014 5:12 PM
RE: thank you
Thank you for your kindness.

Added by Aruyana on May 21, 2014 2:40 AM
RE: Photos in Luzerne Co cemeteries
Nan, I survived the winter, and am finally outside shooting pictures again. Pittston Cemetery is looking wonderful after the historical society"s hard work cleaning up last fall. We have digitized the record books, and are now transcribing them to excel sheets which will soon be searchable. If you have anyone in Pittston City Cemetery ( Odd Fellows Cem ) , I can get into the records now.
I'm sure our paths will cross all summer..LOL

Added by sharleenp on May 15, 2014 4:05 PM
Karl Voigt
RE: Dixon Cemetery photos
Glad to help; just wish I could have gotten close-ups of the hard-to-read inscriptions.
Added by Karl Voigt on Apr 10, 2014 1:04 PM
RE: Sadowski in Hanover Cemetery
Your quite welcome, very glad I could help.
Added by SMPowell on Apr 05, 2014 8:45 PM
Elizabeth Slettedahl
Pls forgive if I've already messaged you on this...I called Cypress Lawn to ask exactly where Elizabeth is interred so I could get a photo, and they said they had no one by that name who died in 1983. Can you double-check your info on Elizabeth to see why you created a memorial for her with that date and that cemetery?
Added by mbrother11 on Mar 27, 2014 1:15 PM
John P. Birosak
RE: Flowers on memorials
Thank you Nan - well appreciated! John
Added by John P. Birosak on Mar 19, 2014 9:24 AM
C. Campbell
RE: Benjamin Walker
Dear Nan, It was so late when I sent the email last night, and I had hit send without even signing my name, then I looked at Druscilla and Mercy's memorial and realized it was not you. So I really put my foot in my mouth on that one. I think families suffered the same dysfunction as they do today, but women and children suffered the most and felt stuck were they were. It was interesting to see that Mary their mother was still alive till 1913 and did not have the girls with her from 1880 up till 1910. Makes you wonder if she was an alcoholic, had TB or was plain unstable. Even divorce was such a shameful thing in a family in those days. Thanks for your response. Carrie C.
Added by C. Campbell on Mar 13, 2014 7:26 PM
S A Hawkins
RE: Mary LeValley and Charles Cary
Thanks and sure, I would be happy to maintain.
Added by S A Hawkins on Mar 12, 2014 3:18 PM
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