|Zachary Pyle (#47330196)|
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|Jo A. McGinnis||Tansfers|
Thank you for the transfers.
|Jo A. McGinnis||RE: Transfers|
There might be some transfers but I do not know yet. Sorry to send so many updates. I am going through the whole cemetery to update the memorials before summer when one of my friends says she will finish photographing the cemetery.
Thank you so much for doing all the updates. The complete data really does help people who are looking for their family.
THX for your work
|Carl Catherman||Abraham & Margaret Bowersox|
Thank you very much for editing their memorials.
|Hanna Vermaas||Thank you for the Butler photos|
Thanks for making time to do the photos. I was able to copy several of the family members. I noticed Martha Butler didn't have one. If you get time some day, her memorial # is 92532587 This is Thomas Butler's wife, Martha Wassell. (I'm still looking for Elizabeth and the baby.)
thanks so much,
|TAM||Elizabeth Fleeger Jackson|
I can't even begin to thank you enough for finding Elizabeth Fleeger Jackson's tombstone and posting the picture! Thank you so very much.
Added by TAM on Oct 19, 2015 1:43 PM
|Paul Myers||RE: Emma Adams|
Hi Zackary - Thanks for adding Emma's data. Her mother, Sarah Stewart, first married Thomas Brandon with whom she had four children: Alfred, James Finley, Amanda,and the fourth whose name escapes me at the moment. Thomas died in 1838. Sarah Stewart Brandon later married George Frazier, a widower who had 13 children with his first wife. Sarah and George then had 4 children of their own: Lida Hays, Robert Stewart Frazier, Emma Adams, and Jefferson Frazier. I have not yet gotten around to linking my great great grandfather, Robert S. Frazier, to George and Sarah. Thomas and George were definitely two different men. You could, if you wishes, change Emma's father's name to Thomas Brandon, by going to your memorial for her and erasing George Frazier as her father, and typing in Thomas Brandon's memorial number, 149480718. I believe that would correct the data in your Emma memorial. Any Brunner of California originally posted George Frazier's memorial without knowing much about the relationships involved between George, Thomas, Elizabeth, and Sarah, I'm working with her, off and on, to straighten out some of the bumps. Regards, Paul Myers
|Paul Myers||Emma Adams|
I thought a follow up email might be helpful. Emma Adams's father's name was actually George Frazier, rather than Thomas Frazier. Her mother, Sarah Stewart first married Thomas Brandon with whom she had four children. Thomas died in 1838. Several years later, she married George Frazier and had four children with him: Elizabeth "Lida" Frazier Hays, Robert Stewart Frazier, Emma Frazier Adams, and Jefferson Frazier. Robert and Jefferson had farms in Muddy Creek Twp., Butler County. Several weeks ago, I finally found that Lida Hays and husband had lived in the city of Butler. And last evening, I was pleased to find where Emma Adams had gotten off to, and that you had created a memorial for her. Regards, Paul Myers
Thanks so much for the Mary Criswell grave transfer. :-) Deb
|Deb Morinello||RE: Mary Jane Cupples Criswell|
I swear that Mary Criswell was not linked to her parents Joseph and Esther (Hezlep) Cupples when I contacted you, but the link is there today. Thanks so much. :-) Mary Jane Criswell #92532703 is my second great grand aunt in my Cupples line, but I would very much like to oversee her memorial. Thanks for offering to transfer her to me. Deb Morinello
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