|Lois Bates (#47271193)|
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Genealogy has been part of my life since I watched "Roots" in the late 1970s. I try to update as many branches of my family as possible. The internet has definitely made it easier to find "new cousins." The biggest genealogy lesson I've learned - NEVER wait to talk to an elderly relative about the family. Trust me, there isn't always "time."|
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|amandasue||67763078 Adam Miller|
Born 3 July 1776 Lehigh County, Penn. Drummer Captain McCord's Company 135th Regiment, PA Militia. Adam Miller served in the War of 1812 with his son-in-law, Andrew Campbell, and Andrew's brother-in-law, George Fell. Bounty Land file (warrant 23,384-120-55) states "The records of the Bureau show that on March 13th 1855, Mrs. Catherine Miller testified that Adam Miller, her husband, died at West Salem Township, July 19, 1851, and that under date of March 13th 1855, Andrew Campbell and John Loutzenhiser testified that they knew of the death of Adam Miller and were present at his funeral in 1851." Info by Dave Hendrickson, Mercer County Genealogy War of 1812 remembered page. Just thought this was interesting. :)
|amandasue||54269818 Grant family|
This may be the wife who you speak of being unknown. My grandfather Adelbert Marcus Grant Sr. was the son of Ella Leida (Hunt) and Samule Ulyses Grant. I didn't know if you had any info on them or not. :)
|Elizabeth Caposell||Brenda Lorigan-Agbley Memorial #67491109|
I recently visited the Stevenson Cemetery in Greenville, PA, and took headstone photos. One of these was for Brenda Lorigan-Agbley, which I uploaded. However, in reading the memorial you posted for her, I realized that I had also photographed the headstone of her father, Lester C. Richmond (1947-1974), who was a Vietnam War vet.
His memorial no. is 118757963.
Would you mind linking her to her father's memorial? Thank you ever so much!
Thanks for the work again.
|Jay Wade||Albert & Lena Williams|
Thank you so much for your kindness, I truly appreciate you locating, photographing and posting the photo...Thank you for all you have done for Find A Grave!
Added by Jay Wade on Oct 07, 2013 5:50 PM
Thanks so much for the photo of my sister's father's stone. I really appreciate it!
|Roslyn Roisman-Patchi||Raymond S. Gribble|
Thanks so much for the excellent photos!
Thanks for taking the photo of the John & Jane McCormick, Lois! I appreciate it.
Added by LP on Oct 06, 2013 8:31 PM
|Mary Denzinger||RE: Blaine Hunter|
You are very welcome for all the photos. Let me know if I can be of further assistance.
|DJ Csikos||Alvin Floch--51049699|
His cemstone has 4 people on it, could you copy the same stone onto the other 3 also...including the baby. Each one is linked to Alvin, so easy to get to.
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