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James Edmundson (#47282521)
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Bio Photo Available to take cemetery photos in the Northern Virginia area. I have been doing genealogy since the early 1980's. My dad was from Connellsville, Pa. and my mom was from Clarksburg, West Virginia. Primary family names researched are Edmundson, (Edmondson), Hayden, Kennison, Whigham, Curry, McGee, McKee, Sinclair. Areas, focus in Pennsylvania: York, Chester, Pittsburgh, McKeesport, Connellsville, Haydentown, Uniontown, Port Vue, Elizabeth, Glassport, Fayette, Westmoreland, Allegheny. Family interests in Quakers and Mayflower descendants. The Edmundson family arrived in America about 1715, from England through Ireland. Personal interest in the Quaker, William Edmundson, founder of Quakerism in Ireland.
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randy knight
RE: Very nice photo
Your welcome James..
Added by randy knight on Jul 21, 2014 7:10 PM
Sue Ann Harfst
Ira Edmundson
Good Evening,

I did not put the name in, so I have referred your question on the spelling of his middle name to the original manager of that memorial. I will let you know what she says when I hear back. She may have gotten it from his death certificate, or from the cemetery records. We are quite open to documentary proof of needed corrections. Thank you for bringing this to my attention. I want all the memorials to be correct, if possible.


Sue Ann
Added by Sue Ann Harfst on Jun 20, 2014 10:35 PM
Theresa Sutton
RE: Need your assistance...
There are several Moses Suttons. This one in Ohio is the son of David Sutton. He moved to Ohio in the early 1800's along with his sons. I am not sure which Moses is in PA and validity of that site that used an old note from the DAR and where the DAR got the information. If you get any more information then please pass it on. Regards.
Added by Theresa Sutton on Jun 03, 2014 6:44 AM
Russell Roubdioux
Edmundsons found in Cedar Hill
Dear sir I have found several Edmundson s . I have photo notes just double click to enlarge the picture and see the attached note of ones found .. vol Russell I be happy to full fill any of them .all names were taken from markers photographed..
Added by Russell Roubdioux on Jan 24, 2014 2:21 AM
Mary Holliday
Hi, Just wanted to let you know what I have on my memorial page for Henry and Mary Holliday is correct. They did have more children that are not listed. Anything else I might be able to help you with let me know.
Anita Holliday Bienvenu
Added by Anita on Jan 18, 2014 10:38 AM
Betty Greer
RE: Thank you
You are welcome and I found another shot, and just posted it.
Added by Betty Greer on Dec 15, 2013 9:21 PM
Sharon B.
RE: Hayden photos
Hi James!

Season's Greetings!

Thanks for your kind note! Happy I was able to fulfill your request! Let me know if you are looking for anyone else in the area ... I'd be glad to help you.

Wishing you continued success as you research your family!

With warm regards,
Sharon, #47770935

Added by Sharon B. on Dec 12, 2013 6:23 PM
Karlen Joyce Gillilan Smith
RE: Thanks for great photo
No problem. Glad you can use the photos! My grandmother & mother grew up in the Success area so it's been my pleasure this year to get both the Success and the Pleasant Grove cemeteries photographed. Some of the ones in those cemeteries are my ancestors too.
Added by Karlen Joyce Gillilan Smi... on Nov 23, 2013 7:32 PM
Karlen Joyce Gillilan Smith
RE: Thanks for great photo
You're quite welcome! I just finished uploading more than 100 pictures (over the last several days) to Success Cemetery, ( and all the names are running together in my mind. Which photo did I post that was helpful to you? If you would like the original I can email it to you.
Added by Karlen Joyce Gillilan Smi... on Nov 23, 2013 4:29 PM
Couple of Gravers
Fannye Henry
Hello James,

My only source for Fannye's maiden name is the 1925 Iowa census for Buckingham Township, Tama. It clearly spells her maiden name as Haydon, but that is not proof of Haydon over Hayden. I will change her maiden name, and make a note in the bio section of the discrepancy.


Added by Couple of Gravers on Nov 23, 2013 12:17 PM
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