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kathyp (#47377633)
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I'm very new to genealogy research, but I'm already addicted! I've lived near Houston, TX my entire life, but all of my relatives lived in Beaver County, PA. Because of our geographical separation, I barely knew them. Sometime in mid 2010 I was hit with an overwhelming desire to find out who my ancestors were. I try to travel to Beaver County each fall to research my family and get to know my extended family. I hope to travel to my family's ancestral town of Patrica, Italy someday soon.
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Helen McDermott
Charles X - Mount Olivet
Kathy I have a big smile
on my face right now, Thanks again.
Helen - You can come back to Pa. anytime.
Added by Helen McDermott on Oct 19, 2011 7:04 PM
Helen McDermott
Charles X - Mount Olivet
Kathy I have a big smile
on my face right now, Thanks again.
Helen - You can come back to Pa. anytime.
Added by Helen McDermott on Oct 19, 2011 7:03 PM
Helen McDermott
Wessely @ MtOlivet Beaver Co.
Hi Kathy - I finally was able to check the photos you took, they are great. You mentioned "Charles" I noticed now that the dates
are different and he has a different middle initial. Do you remember if this was the only Charles there? I think maybe he could be a son
that I didn't know about. Do you think I could make a memorial for him and transfer your photo
to Charles F and not have it for Charles X. ?
Helen. PS I will have to do some more research
to find Charles F.
Added by Helen McDermott on Oct 18, 2011 5:28 PM
up a tree
RE: Frank Seasar
Hey Kathy;
In case I didn't mention it, thank you. I am so appreciative that you went to the grave-site the 1st time, then a 2nd, and then sent the photo. I can't wait to see it. Take care and it sounds like you are doing some traveling...safe travels. Regards, Lynn
Added by up a tree on Oct 18, 2011 11:31 AM
Rachel Thompson
Thank You!
It was so very thoughtful of you to take the time out of your day to search my great grandparents grave and take these photos. I live in Florida and have not been to this cemetery since I was a child:(

It truly means alot to me! Again, thank you:)

Always,
Rachel Gavalya Thompson
Added by Rachel Thompson on Oct 18, 2011 6:15 AM
up a tree
RE: Seasar
Yes, I would like that very much. I'm excited to see what is not there. He had such a short life and ending with tragedy. It just doesn't seem fair. Anyways, the fact that I can have a picture of his resting spot will give him some respect.

Thank you very much for all your help and numerous trips.

Lynn
Added by up a tree on Oct 17, 2011 8:53 PM
Helen McDermott
Wessely @ Mt Olivet Cem
Kathy I want to thank you for taking time
out of your "Vacation" and taking these photos
They are great and Charles' is fine.
If you can forward the map I will save it for the future.
I spent a couple of hours taking volunteer
pictures today at our church cemetery.
Hope your trip back was not stressful.
Thanks again Helen
Added by Helen McDermott on Oct 17, 2011 6:04 PM
Helen McDermott
Laniewski @ Economy Cem
Thank you so much for taking the photo.
Have a great day
Helen
Added by Helen McDermott on Oct 15, 2011 4:08 PM
up a tree
RE: Economy Cemetery
Thank you for all your time and effort. I deeply appreciate your kindness. Regards, Lynn
Added by up a tree on Oct 14, 2011 1:07 PM
up a tree
RE: Economy Cemetery
Hello:

This is the correct gravesite. Joseph is the father of Frank. From what I understand, someone has kicked over Frank's grave stone. Frank died first and then Joseph was buried right next to Frank. Frank was shot and killed in an armed robbery in 1917 while he worked in his father's store. I know the grave is old. I believe the cemetery never stood the headstone upright once it was knocked down. If there is no headstone, I am still hoping for a picture of where Frank is laid to rest.

Thank you for helping me. I'm sorry this is confusing.

Regards, Lynn
Added by up a tree on Oct 14, 2011 1:44 AM
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