|Richard DeVore (#47303562)|
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|paths2present||RE: Adam and Catherine Sturtz|
Thank you for posting your additional photograph of the two markers together. It looks like a beautiful churchyard with the leaves on the trees just beginning to change color for the season. Thanks so much for doing this favor for me--I appreciate it!
|paths2present||RE: Adam and Catherine Sturtz|
Thanks so much for posting the photos. I do appreciate the time and trouble you took to do this. Sorry to see the state of the marker for Adam--looks like you got there in the nick of time!
It would be great to have your other photograph on their memorials. If you like, I will post a photo request so that you will receive volunteer credit for posting it--just let me know, and thanks!
Richard I want to "Thank you" so much for give me the care of John Beals... Tight-Squeeze to you and keep up the great work you are doing for Find-A-Grave!
Added by Marjorie on Aug 02, 2015 11:41 PM
|Marjorie||transfer request 88472686|
Hi Richard, I was wanting to see if you would transfer John Patch Beals memorial to me, he is my cousin, I would be grateful for the kind gesture of allowing me to care for John's memorial.
Added by Marjorie on Jul 29, 2015 4:54 PM
|Charles Patterson||Fleegle memorial|
Thanks for your time and photo, it is very much appreciated.
|Polly Groves||Ross Emerick|
Ross Emerick, Comp PA
Ross Emerick, 45, Comp, PA farmer was found hanging from the hayloft of his barn yesterday morning. B. C. Dosch, Somerset county coroner, issued a verdict of suicide by hanging and set the time of death between 6 and 7 am
Dosch said Emerick's mother Mrs. Ettie Weightman Emerick, became worried when he did not return to the house for breakfast after going to feed the stock. Mrs. Emerick along with her daughter Miss Mary Emerick went to the barn to investigate. Mrs. Emerick said her son had been in ill health for some time.
Several weeks ago Emerick received a personal tax blank for the state and last week he received his selective Service questionnaire. His mother said he had been in a highly nervous state ever since.
Dousch said Emerick apparently climbed to the hayloft and after placing the rope, which was used to pull hay into the loft, about his neck, jumped from the loft.
Emerick a native of Comp had been operating the farm for his mother since the death of his father, Edward Emerick, several years ago. Mr. Emerick was killed in a mining accident.
Besides his mother and sister he is survived by 2 other sisters, Mrs. Lucy Shroyer and Mrs. Florence Devilbiss, all of Comp.
Emerick was a member of the Comp Reformed Church where funeral services will be held Wednesday. The Rev Adolpus von Kaske, Corriganville, will officiate. The body will remain at Ziegler's Funeral Home, Hyndman.
|Polly Groves||Roy Kennell|
Hyndman Lumberman died in Hospital yesterday of Multiple injuries
Pa State Police are continuing an investigation into the death of Roy Kennell, 56 ,Route 1 Hyndman, PA. Kennell was admitted to the hospital yesterday at 11:20 am after State Police said he was apparently run over by a truck about midnight Wednesday.
Dr. H. V. Deming, deputy county medical examiner, who ordered an autopsy, said Kennell died of a cerebral contusion and shock and listed other injuries as fractures of the public bone, the left hip, a left rib, the left knee and a 2 inch scalp wound.
Dr. Deming said from reports he has received, Kennell was killed in a mountain district and trouble was encountered in bringing the body to a physician in Hyndman.
Police said Jesse Kennell told them he was unaware of his cousin's injuries until he failed to report for work yesterday morning at a sawmill near their home.
Kennell, a native of Wellersburg and son of the late William and Effie (Lepley) Kennell, is survived by his widow, the former Naomi Emerick, 11 children, Idella, Washington; Mrs. Emma Bittner, Hyndman, Mrs. Ruth Imler, Ellerslie; John Kennell, with the Army on Okinawa, and Marian, Gerald, Frances and Stanley all at home; 4 sisters; Mrs. Pearl Emerick and Mrs. Clara Kennell, both of Hyndman, and Mrs. Jennie Weimer and Mrs. Viola Getz, both of Wellersburg, and 6 brothers, Albert, Wellersburg, and Guy, Robert , John, James and Clinton, all of Hyndman.
He was a member of Cumberland Aerie 245, Fraternal Order of Eagles.
A funeral service will be held Tuesday at 2:320pm at Comps. Rev. Carl H. Clapp, pastor of St. Mark's Evangelical and Reformed Church, Cumberland, will officiate and interment will be in Comps. The body is at the Zeigler Funeral Home, Hyndman
|Ken Rogers||Roxie Hunt|
Thank you, I would appreciate transfer of Roxie. My # is 47515671. I would never delete a memorial.
|Ken Rogers||Roxie Hunt #88784793|
Roxie was my aunt. Could you link her to our family. Her parents were Oscar Rogers #57610125 and Dortha Rogers #57610126.
Thanks, Ken Rogers
|Mona Anderson||Henry E Stahlman|
Thanks for this photo also.
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