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gippygirl (#47290885)
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Bio Photo I am interested in genealogy. Researching the Gibson, Young, Wolfe, Fox families in the Pine Grove Area. I appreciate help from distant places and I will try to help the requests for my local area.
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Cheryl Hanson
Levi Young
I changed the birth year to 1850.

Thank you,
Cheryl
Added by Cheryl Hanson on Jun 01, 2016 5:41 AM
LadyDragon
Photo transfer
Hi! It turns out that I have a duplicate memorial that needs to be deleted - but you have a lovely photo posted there.

here is the original memorial #16945794
here is the duplicate memorial #28727060

Would you mind deleting the photo and re-uploading it to the original memorial?

Many thanks!
LD
Added by LadyDragon on May 14, 2016 12:46 AM
Suzette Tipton
RE: Geraldine Canan
Hi Geraldine,

If I were in one place permanently, I would take your transfer. I travel full time in a travel trailer, not in one place for long and the internet may or may not exist. I am currently at my home base in Lititz, which is why I am working on these Lebanon Daily news obituaries like crazy, because I have internet access.

Sorry to give you extra work.

Suzette Tipton
Added by Suzette Tipton on May 10, 2016 10:38 AM
Carrie Campbell
RE: Hiram Kimmel
Sometimes its like losing your car in the parking lot, where did I park that thing !!
Added by Carrie Campbell on Mar 09, 2016 7:04 AM
Carrie Campbell
RE: Hiram Kimmel
Thank You Very Much Karen, Did Ken have a notation in Hiram's grave plot then ?. Ken has the best cemetery books ! Carrie
Added by Carrie Campbell on Mar 08, 2016 3:24 PM
Carrie Campbell
RE: Hiram Kimmel
Karen, I would be pleased to take ole Hiram Kimmel. By chance did you find info noted on his burial on him in the cemetery book by Kenneth Long, or another book that stated he was the son of Samuel & Catherine Shugar Kimmel, and thus your linking him to them, or was it an educated guess ?. I got his courthouse death record and they did not list his parents or even wife's name. My last hope is a death notice from the Tremont newspapers that Cheryl Wiscount might have in her next book. Thank you very much Carrie
Added by Carrie Campbell on Mar 08, 2016 1:50 PM
Anonymous
Allen Kimmel Workman
Memorial #83651470 (formerly Henry K. Workman) contains a photo of Joseph W. Workman's tombstone. You just transferred this memorial to me, but I need to have the photo removed so that I can add the correct one. Thank you. Gail
Added by Anonymous on Jan 31, 2016 9:37 PM
Anonymous
RE: Joseph W. Workman
Thank you so much. #48633506. I will let you know if I need anything. Again, thanks. Gail
Added by Anonymous on Jan 31, 2016 9:08 PM
Anonymous
Joseph W. Workman
I also asked you to consider transferring several other memorials to me of my grandparents Rhody & great-grandparents Workman buried in this same plot. Joseph W. Workman, Memorial #83651594, and Henry K. Workman, Memorial #83651470, were my grandmother's brothers who died as young children (Memorial #83651470 is totally wrong, monument picture, name, etc.), so I would like you to consider transferring these 2 memorials to me also so that I can maintain them. Thank you for your consideration.
Gail Henry
Added by Anonymous on Jan 22, 2016 10:04 PM
Anonymous
Sarah Workman
Sarah Workman, Memorial #83652749, and Josiah Workman, Memorial #83652440, were my great-grandparents, and I am asking you to consider transferring the care of their memorials to me.
Gail Henry
Added by Anonymous on Jan 22, 2016 9:54 PM
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