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I am a history buff and also a technology buff, so I find this Web site's combination of the two very interesting.|
I am (ever-so-slowly...) researching the Cmar, Orluk, Urban and Rajaski families in Pennsylvania, and eventually back to Poland and Slovakia.
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Thank you so much for the picture of my great-aunt Ruth's grave!
Added by Lara on May 04, 2014 4:44 PM
|Sue Macduff:)||Allen family photos|
Matt: "thanks so much for the great photos!"
Transfered Done! If you want the other Cmar's let me know, you can have them.
|Darres Cook||RE: Transfer request|
|Laura||RE: Joan Wysni|
Thank you so very much for finding and photographing this headstone of my relative. It means so much to me to finally see her final resting place. I can't begin to tell you how much this means to me.
Added by Laura on May 01, 2014 3:36 PM
|Marcia McKown Hummel||James McDonough|
Oh, Matt, you are my latest hero!!! Thank you so much for this photo. It does not definitively answer any of my questions, but it does not rule out the possibility that this man is the long-lost first husband of my great-great-grandmother, Maria Brice McDonough McKown. I've only been to Round Hill Cemetery once several years ago, so I'm having a little trouble placing the stone's location on my mental map. Would you be able to tell me how to find this stone? And (& I know this is a really long shot!), you wouldn't happen to know the names of any of the families buried nearby, would you? Just the wonderings of someone who is very excited at the realm of possibilities you opened up!
Again, thank you so very much for taking the time and effort to take the photo of James McDonough's stone.
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