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Dan Oh (#46803017)
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Bio Photo I will transfer any entry I've made to your care- I don't care what your relationship or reason. I'm not related to any of my entries except a very few. My effort is documentation and finding the lost among the stones.

It might be helpful to others to cite the source of requested updates; But even that omission won't stop the update.
How to Request a TRANSFER
*Note: You must be logged in for this procedure to work:

1. Click on the "EDIT TAB" top right of the entry


3. Type the word "TRANSFER"

4. Send.

That gives me ALL the information I need to make the transfer.
Living in Northern Chester County, Pennsylvania,
"I See Dead People."

I haunt cemeteries for tombstone photos and follow up with obituaries if available at the Chester County Historical Society. Or Vice-Versa, I get the obit then find tombstone.
Let me know where I can help in Chester County, Pennsylvania

Dan Lindley, A.K.A Dan Oh

Support Your Local Historical Society! I Do.
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What does the phrase "natural causes" mean in an obituary? The answer is that all causes of death belong to one of three categories: violent, accidental, and natural. Death by "natural causes" does not mean the person died of "old age," it means the person was not killed in an accident or an act of violence. When an infant dies of a congenital heart problem, that's natural causes.

Many obituaries or death reports will include a specific cause of death, such as heart attack, lung cancer, etc., but often, they only state "natural causes," or it can be adduced from phrases like "no indication of foul play," "died peacefully in his sleep," etc. The older the deceased is, there's more of a presumption of natural causes. For example, a note like "no indication of foul play" is more likely to be found in the death report of someone in her 20s than someone in her 90s.
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Kenneth Charles Thomas
RE: Shirley Gaskill
The information is based on telephone discussions with both Shirley Gaskill and her mother M'liss Dopkowski several years ago and a letter I received from Shirley Gaskill. M'liss's grandfather, Phillip Thomas was a younger brother of my great-grandmother, Margaret Thomas David. Ken Thomas
Added by Kenneth Charles Thomas on Sep 28, 2016 9:57 AM
Triste Elliott
RE: John Hatfield
I can see why you would think that, but I think the postcard I had access to said it was John Norvin Hatfield, which would be the son. Unfortunately the elderly relative which owned the postcard has since passed on, so I no longer have access. I don't think I could have come up with Norvin out of my head; it must have been on the postcard.
Added by Triste Elliott on Sep 26, 2016 4:33 PM
Joe F
RE: orendorff
I was following up some hints on and just discovered him just today. If I find more I'll pass it on

I made an erro in linking he and his brother Edward F (1947-2013) to their grandfather Edward Simon. perhaps you can correct it

I believe they are 6th cousins.
Added by Joe F on Sep 26, 2016 9:09 AM
Alexander Lum
Thank you for adding the death certificate and clarifying the information about the date of burial!
Added by Beensker on Sep 23, 2016 11:51 AM
M. S. Hoover
John Wesley Nields.
...correction made...thank you for the info...msh..
Added by M. S. Hoover on Sep 18, 2016 7:55 PM
One of the Barnards
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I have made two attempts to reach you using the email address you have on your profile with no luck. Both were returned with undeliverable.
Added by One of the Barnards on Sep 17, 2016 10:25 PM
Mark Lanan
Robert Brown
Thank you for the transfer of Bob Brown to me. He was (is) my uncle. He really enjoyed barbershop quartets.
Added by Mark Lanan on Sep 17, 2016 4:01 PM
Joy Wilson
William Kinney
Hi Dan Oh,
yes you could leave the obituary connected to him. Thank you. THe obituary and the writing in his bio is the same, the bio just list 3 of the sons as stepsons. He was my uncle. Thank you again for the help of adding his obituary. Thanks Joy
Added by Joy Wilson on Sep 17, 2016 1:19 PM
Karl Stelly
RE: Herbert Kennedy
Hi Dan,

Sure, feel free to use it. No problem. Enjoy!

Added by Karl Stelly on Sep 17, 2016 8:10 AM
Jeannette L. Molson
RE: James Ward
Thank you for your help. The problem with some of my family members is that they are all over the place. I never know where they are going to end up.
Added by Jeannette L. Molson on Sep 15, 2016 7:57 PM
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