|Lyle Rockwell (#47171969)|
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I was raised in Bradford Co., PA on a farm. My interest in genealogy was sparked by my lack of grandparents on my father's side, since he was adopted. So I traced my Rockwell side back to the Rev. War. I like historical research, so what better place to focus my interest on - cemeteries. My wife's ancestors are from Sullivan Co., PA so my main focus is on Bradford & Sullivan Counties in Pennsylvania. I am on the findagrave.com volunteer photographer e-mail list so will take a photo for you when requested.|
You have my permission to use any picture taken by me for personal uses. It takes much time and effort to locate, process, and post these images I have posted, so I expect and appreciate the courtesy of citing your source!
If any of the memorials I have created need updates, please contact me. If any are a relative of yours and you want to manage them, let me know and I will transfer them. Please use the edit tab and SAC to ask for a transfer or update.
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|JeffDGordon||RE: George Dunham|
Yes, please do; thank you for the offer.
Jeff D. Gordon
|Lois Neuber||A BIG THANK YOU|
Thanks so much for all the headstones you have read and recorded on find a grave. It has helped me immensely. Appreciate it so much.
Lois Green Neuber
|Connie McKinley||P. S. - Sarah Ann Harmony|
I ALWAYS cite my sources when I use a photo on my private family tree in Ancestry. Thank you so much!! :)
|Connie McKinley||Sarah Ann Harmony #46873746|
Dear Mr. Rockwell,
Thank you so much for providing a photo of Sarah Ann Harmony's gravestone. I do so appreciate you taking the time and effort to do this for me! I was wondering if perhaps you might be able to tell me what the whole stone says - the entire writing on the stone, as I am unable to clearly see it. It looks like her daughter, Ellen, is buried in the same grave, which I did not know. Ellen died in 1874. Again, thank you so much. This is wonderful!
|Nan||Olive Barnhart # 118638354|
Thanks for adding the photos on Olive's memorial. They always add so much more to a memorial and you do a great job with the photos. I know you've added quite a few to my memorials, so if I haven't thanked you for all of them, please know that they are very much appreciated. ~nan
Added by Nan on Jul 11, 2014 8:42 AM
|Susannah Kramer||Anna Reilly|
Please Transfer Anna Reilly She Is My Grandmother. Thank You!
Lyle, thank you so much, I really appreciate these photos!
Added by Leslie on Jul 07, 2014 3:04 PM
|JeffDGordon||RE: George Dunham|
Yes, please transfer.
Jeffrey D. Gordon
|Pauline Merrick||John Bradshaw #118743813|
I strongly suspect that the Rev Graves record card that you posted to this memorial is incorrect. I hesitate to make an edit request because it bears more research.
The John Bradshaw that married Abigail Keeler was born in New Milford, Litchfield county CT 4 May 1748. He is the son of John Bradshaw and Sarah Videtto. He remained in New Milford until 1793. He is not on any list of men who served from CT. In fact, his uncle, James Bradshaw, was an officer in the BRITISH army and was awarded lands in Canada for his service. John and John Jr. seemed to have kept a low profile; in fact Jr was called before the court for "failure to muster."
I think that perhaps the 1939 survey confused him with another John Bradshaw (common name). John Bradshaw of New Milford is the one who arrived in Bradford county circa 1793 with his brother-in-law Elisha Keeler. Also note that the index card indicates that his headstone is govt issue. Your picture clearly shows that it is not.
|R McHenry||William McHenry|
Thank you for the marker photo of William and his wife Bernice. I greatly appreciate your time and effort to get the photo.
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