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|Alana Knochel Bauman||Agnes Jean Welsh|
is a duplicate
|Holly Heaps Scott||Loutsenhizers|
Thank you Lynn,
I feel pretty confident that some of those edits were initiated by my earlier suggestions, but we will get it all worked out.
|Holly Heaps Scott||89403991 John Loutsenhizer|
I have done a lot of research for documentation and have numerous corrections for this memorial. Please remove the existing parents,Benjamin and Elizabeth, as well as the siblings, Walter, Daniel and Wallace.These are relatives just not in this order.
John's wife LOIS is correct.
His parents are Sampson Wallace Loutsenhizer 1845-1921, and Susan M Kunkle Loutsenhizer 1847-1879. Both parents are reported to be buried in Westmoreland Cty, PA at Brush Creek Presbyterian Church Cemetery as well as two infant brothers. His only sister, Sarah J. Loutsenhizer Longacre 1872-1962 is reported buried in Grandview Cemetery also.
Thank you so very much and sorry for any confusion I may have lead to.
|Ben Kennedy||RE: Lillie Beasley|
|Ben Kennedy||Lillie Beasley|
I was so excited to receive your message. I have a lot of information about the Beasleys but no information at all on the Browns. I would love to have more information. I added the only picture I have of Lillie to her page. If you have more pictures or more information I would love to see it. Lillie had a daughter Mattie Inez Beasley. That was my grandmother. She married Benjamin Percy Skinner. Their oldest daughter Lillie Jane is my mom. She doesn't remember much about her grandmother. Because they lived in north Mississippi, Mom said she only saw her grandparents about once a year. she said she was a small woman, dutch I believe. I remember Pa Beasley(Robert) because he lived to an old age.
I remember Maw Skinner telling me that her uncle Walt had drown. The bank caved in an he fell into the river.
|Betty Muschar||RE: Edward Cramer-Union Dale|
Hi Lynn,I had a really productive day at Union Dale in spite of the mud.So happy I was able to find, Ed Cramers' for you. Ed was in Sec. G, Div. 3, the elder in the Civil War Military plot also Div. 3. Good to know that they were immediate family. If he had passed before his wife, she may have been buried in her family plot or a family member may have lived in that area who took care of her arrangements.Betty
|Stanley Tykarski||Re:St Joe's & Fairview|
Thank you for your quick response.
It's easy to make the mistake we both made; since there are no signs for St. Joseph's. I only found out through a conversation I was having with a woman at the McKeesport Heritage Center. When I got home, I looked up St Joseph's on find a grave and realized my error.
I have photographed all the markers in both cemeteries, thinking it was one and the same. (I still have many pictures and burial records to add to Fairview.)
Now that I know where the boundaries are for both graveyards, I'm going to take photographs of all the memorials in St. Joseph's again to make sure they're in the proper place.
If I find any memorials that should be in St. Joseph's, I'll contact the the proper contributor and let them know.
Again, thank you for your edits and your contributions to find a grave. Stan
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