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|D. O.||Jane (Pollard) Blair|
Greetings. The Butler Eagle published the obit for Jane Blair's husband who died recently. The obit states that Mrs. Blair passed away 8 Mar 1982.
Would you include that in her memorial, please? Thank you.
Her memorial number is 23059479.
Added by D. O. on Aug 17, 2013 12:05 PM
|Cathy Thomas||Cristena Hepler Pence|
You posted a picture of her headstone from the Squirrel Hill Cemetery and I have information that her father is buried there as well - Christian Hepler 1776 - btw. 1850-60. If you ever have the time, could you see if he is there? Maybe even her mother? I have her as Mary or Magdalena Daubenspeck Hepler 1778-1856. Her father, George, is buried here as well. If you can help it would be greatly appreciated! Christian and Magdalena are my 4th greats. Cathy
|Evelyn Wishart||Curllsville Cemetery|
There is no cemetery called just Curllsville Cemetery. The pictures you have entered are of Licking Cemetery or Churchville Cemetery - Findagrave lists these together. They are side by side and the old Licking Presbyterian Church (no longer used) is the one shown in the picture. There is a cemetery called Curllsville Methodist Episcopal Cemetery which is listed correctly.
There were three names listed in Curllsville Cemetery. One is Daniel Conrad and he is also listed correctly in Curllsville M. E. Cemetery. The other two were Paul and Lavinia Reigel and they have been moved by contributor Thelma Kifer to Churchville where they belong.
Perhaps you know how to remove this Curllsville Cemetery?
|Marcia Shipley||Elizabeth Stewart, Concord Presbyterian Cemetery|
This Elizabeth Stewart buried in the Old section of Concord Cemetery is my ancestor Elizabeth "Betsy" Moore Stewart, born November 1775 and died Aug 12, 1847. This stone is very difficult to read but I have family information about her life.
|Leslie Acord||RE: Thank You!|
No problem! This cemetery was easy to find as it had GPS coordinates listed. I wish I had thought to take a picture for you there. It is on a beautiful hillside that overlooks a gorgeous valley with mountains in the background. If there was ever a place on earth that your friend could rest in peace, this would be it!
|Sincerely Yours||Seth C. Stewart|
Obit from The Leader Vindicator (May 1942):
Seth C. Stewart, a resident of Rimersburg, died Tuesday evening, May 12, 1942, at his home. Death followed an illness of several years. Mr. Stewart was born in Perry township, Clarion county, in 1861. Later he became a resident of Porter township. In 1882 he was married
to Miss Elsie E. Polliard, who died in 1921. He later married Mrs. Cora Hawk, who survives. He leaves his wife, and the following sons and daughters: W. D. Stewart, Rimersburg; Carl Stewart, Warren; Gale Stewart, Porter township; James Stewart, Zelienople; Mrs. Arnold
Rudiger, New Kensington; Mrs. Byron McDonald, Butler; and Mrs. Earl McDonald, R. D., New Bethlehem. Also surviving are three step-children, Mrs. Thos. Hamm, Curllsville; Edgar Hawk, Madison township, and Burton Hawk, Pine township; thirty-eight grandchildren, and one
great grandchild, and the following brothers and sisters: T.M. Stewart, Rimersburg, R.D.; John O. Stewart, West Freedom; Mrs. Geo. Reichart, Parker, Mrs. Louis Fuller of Midway, and Mrs. Emma Young, of West Freedom. Mr. Stewart was a member of the St. Luke's Reformed church of Rimersburg. Funeral services were held Friday afternoon at
2:00 o'clock at his late residence with the family pastor, the Reverend R. L. Frazier, officiating, assisted by the Reverend M. P. Steele. Burial was made in the family plot in the Squirrel Hill cemetery.
|Sincerely Yours||Seth C. Stewart|
Squirrel Hill Cemetery, I have an obit for him if you would like to put it up on his memorial.
|Linda Walls||Please add obit?|
Obit: Leader Vindicator: Mrs. Vernie Bell King, widow of the late Daniel King, died Saturday morning, March 1, 1938, at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Homer Silvis, at Natrona Heights. She was a native of Madison township, Armstrong county, and was aged 71 years, 1 month and 24 days. She is survived by the following children: John King, Warren; Harry King, Kellersburg; Frank King, Natrona Heights; Mrs. George Blair, Oil City; Mrs. Homer Silvis, Natrona Heights; Mrs. Bryan Hans, Distant. She is also survived by 21 grandchildren and one great grandchild and four sisters, Mrs. Davis Shoemaker, East Brady; Mrs. Enos Marshall, Pittsburgh; Mrs. Findley Marshall and Miss Zella Pence of Squirrel Hill; two brothers, Meade Pence, Kellersburg, and Brady Penece of Corsica. Funeral services were held in the Baptist church at Distant on Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock and the interment followed in the cemetery at Squirrel Hill.
|Mona Anderson||RE: Carl C. Stewart - Squirrel Hill Cemetery|
I deleted my posting. I didn't have anything except that his birthdate was Oct. 13, 1889 as stated in the obit.
|Mona Anderson||Carl C. Stewart - Squirrel Hill Cemetery|
Would you be willing to post your photos on the memorial I have there also? I have the obit posted and it says he was buried in Oak Grove Cemetery but I have received corrected information that he is in Squirrel Hill so I moved him. I noticed that you also have a memorial posted with photos. Or would you like to combine the memorials? I can transfer mine to you or send you the obit and you can "copy & paste" it to yours and I will delete mine.
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