| || member for 6 years, 5 months, 15 days|
| [Add to MyFriends]|
|Bio and Links|
|No bio available.|
|Messages left for Jan (102)||[Leave Message]|
|Nancy Thomas||millbank Cemetery|
hello I see that you have posted many memories for Millbanks cemetery. My question is Do you have a John H Fisher 1870-1956 and wife Cora B Fisher 1874-1946.
I have death cert stating they are buried in Millbanks cemetery and I'm looking for pictures of headstone if they have one.
Thank you for your time
|ton erson||Memorial #59235685|
A child needs to be added who name is Daniel A. Zuschlag 1861-1935. I found the obituary in the newspaper named The Record-Argus (Greenville, Pennsylvania). The publish date is 15(Tuesday)June 1937 Page 7.
Ton Erson (Eugene Quarterson) formally of Farrell 937 Spearman St. across from the A&P Supermarket and Farrell Police Station.
|June Davis||nathaniel ladd|
I thank you so much for his photo. June
|Gregg Freese||Philip Zeiser|
Thanks very much for the quick Zeiser transfer! Happy New Year.
|Carl Catherman||Aubel, Beil & Kamerer|
Thank you very much for editing five memorials.
|TJ Kitch||Memorial# 79348327 Vera May Davey|
The wife of Edward Davey was Vera May Kitch, she is the daughter of George and Lorena Wheeler Kitch, born 2-Feb-1903, she died May-1987 living in Sharpsville with her son. You can have the death notice checked at the Sharon Library.
Added by TJ Kitch on Aug 30, 2015 7:54 PM
|Donna Carano-Cooper||DavidH. Bean|
I'm wondering if you are related to David Bean, and if so, how. If he is the husband of Evelyn A. Brown. Just beginning my mother's, mother's side of the family genealogy.
|Teresa||RE: Reimold, Reichard|
Paul Reimold was a cousin on my father's side. Thank you for adding his wife to his page. ~ Teresa
Added by Teresa on Jun 22, 2015 2:02 PM
|1_might_B_1||Edward E. Berry|
Jan~ I posted the front face of his Death Record for you to update his dates on the Memorial. Thank you for your help.
|Sky at email@example.com||RE: John Nealley|
Thank you for checking! (I wonder if the other sides of the stone may refer to their children, who may have died young, and whose stones have not been found. Thank you again for fulfilling this long ago photo request. Best, Melmail88 at yahoo
|[View all messages...]|