|Elizabeth Fike (#47607159)|
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|If I have a memorial of a person you are related to, and I am not, I will happily transfer management over to you. Just ask!My pictures are free for anyone to use in their research. I do this to help others find their family.|
Due to my business keeping me very busy, I don't have much time anymore to work on my hobbies. The easiest way to get me to do an edit is through the edit tab. It takes me longer to get through all of my emails, but I will get to them. Please be patient.
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Thank you for posting the grave of my uncle, Ronnie Maffett. I have posted a picture that I had from my father. Just thought I'd let you know.
|Kenneth Roach||RE: Norman Roach|
I apologize for not responding to you sooner but Norman Roach is an ancestor and I would love for you to send the article.
|Carole Whittemore||Darius Coleman|
Thank you so much, Elizabeth, for transferring Darius Coleman to me. I have now updated his Memorial with a nice biography complete with sources. Have a wonderful day and I want you to know I appreciate all the work you do here on Findagrave!
|Alice ||Carrie Benson 97626964|
Carrie Benson 97626964 - great obit, but there seems to be an error, a typo, with her parents names. Carrie wasn't a Bloxham, she was an Olin. (perhaps Bloxham was her mother's name, I don't know.) Take a look at the 1900 census of Jackson, Susquehanna, Pennsylvania... Omar Olin and daughters, Carrie, Daisy, Minnie. I found a different obit in the Binghamton NY Press for 1957: You can find the following obit on line at the Old Fulton NY Post Cards website:
"Susquehanna, Pa. - Funeral services for Mrs. Carrie M. Benson, 81, former resident of Susquehanna, were at 1:30 o'clock this afternoon in the Presbyterian Church. Burial will be in the family plot in Evergreen Cemetery.
Mrs. Benson died Monday at the home of her daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. William Tiedemann in Narrowsburg, N.Y.
She had been a resident of Susquehanna for 42 years. Born in Jackson Sept. 6, 1875, Mrs. Benson was the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Omar Olin. She was married to the late Col. F. Benson in 1902. Besides her daughter, Mrs. Tiedemann, she is survived by another daughter, Mrs. Frances Clark of Fly Creek, N.Y., with whom she also lived; two sisters, Mrs. Ralph A. Snyder of New Brunswick, N.J., and Mrs. Robert Sparks of Binghamton; two granddaughters and two great granddaughters."
Added by Alice on Mar 31, 2015 4:48 PM
|s petty||Elizabeth OSBORN Ross|
I have been to this cemetery many times. She is a direct ancestor of mine. I while I think it's a good possibility that she is buried here, I've never found any grave for her nor any proof that she is interred here. Could you please share your source(s) on this as well as a possible location in the cemetery where her grave is? I believe she died prior to 1833.
Added by s petty on Mar 16, 2015 11:20 PM
|mommycita||Harwood Cemetery - PA|
Wanted to thank you for all the photos and memorials you posted for this cemetery. Sure has helped finding my relatives!
|DeGina Kasper||Clarinda Merritt Bronson|
just a note Clarinda is actually in Lyon Cemetery on same stone with her Husband Earl, one of my great aunt's
|Brenda Burgess||RE: John Goss|
this is carl tiffany, John goss was my great granfather
thanks for adding this picture of my mother and fathers grave
|B Bolles||Beatrice Irene Judson - Update|
Beatrice E. Judson is really Beatrice Irene Judson, born PA; die Auburn Center, Susquehanna, PA, dauther of Edgar Bolles Judson and Jennie M. (Ace) Bolles.
Added by B Bolles on Feb 21, 2015 9:24 PM
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