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Hi: My name is Jayne Dick. My parents, grandparents and great grandparents are Plymouth, born and raised. My Grandmother, Martha Jane Stowdocker Muchler was a sister to Hannah Jones. I am wondering if we are related and/or if you have additional information on this family. She used to say there were 14 of them but I can only find information on her and 3 others. It has just been in the last year that Tom Jesso found my Great grandfather, George Stowdocker. Any help would be great. Thanks.
Added by Jayne on Mar 16, 2016 2:05 PM
|Jeanne De Tar||Catherine Haas in Hollenback Cem, Wilkes-Barre|
Birth year is given as 1816
Death year is given as 1875
yet it says she is 22 years old
Something is incorrect.
|Debra (Shultz) Horton||RE: Williams Stone|
You're so welcome! Glad I could help you out. Deb
|LMD||RE: Catherine Grigger Miles|
And the poor husband of this woman! I spent all afternoon only to find that within the space of little over a year, he not only lost his wife, the above subject, but his sister, Janet, and his mother Margaret. All three are buried in Maple Hill Cemetery. And if that was not enough, his one and only son, Marine Sgt. Glenn Edward Miles, died in the Vietnam War 6 months after he got there. No wonder this man, Charles C. Miles, born in Plymouth, PA, died in Tyler, Texas. Catherine Grigger Miles is my 1st cousin, once removed.
Added by LMD on Jul 14, 2015 3:40 PM
|LMD||Catherine Grigger Mills|
should be Catherine Grigger Miles. "Mills" is understandable as there are several in Maple HILL Cemetery. That makes her the daughter of the son, John Grigger & Mary Madash. Because of you, I have resolved another person in my family tree that I do not think I could have done myself. Catherine Grigger Miles was married to Charles Miles, my next inquiry. THANK YOU!
Added by LMD on Jul 14, 2015 8:46 AM
|LMD||Catherine L. Grigger Mills (d.1941)|
Bob, I wrote to you before re: the above. I just had a thought. She may very well be the daughter of "John & Mary Madash Grigger, rather than the father of John & Susan Grigger. The son was born in Plymouth, but eventually moved to Philadelphia. I have a daughter, Catherine L. who was born in 1914,Plymouth, PA, and appears in the censes for 1920(Larksville,PA) and 1930(Plymouth,PA) and a listing in the 1933 Wilkes-Barre City Directory as a student, living at 135 Main Street,Plymouth, PA. I have her then married to a Collins in Philadelphia in 1944, but I was only guessing. I do not personally know that is true. So I am deleting that entry on ancestry.com. Both the father & mother,John Grigger and the son and wife,John Grigger are buried in Edgehill. It could very well be the latter's daughter. I will search some more and see if Melvin Mills is her husband, also buried in Maple Grove Cemetery.
Added by LMD on Jul 14, 2015 7:28 AM
Thanks ever so much for the transfer of Bing, it is much appreciated.
Added by Chris on May 18, 2015 9:06 AM
|S Hamilton Clemow||Memorial transfers|
I just wanted to say thank you so very much for the transfer of the 3 Clemow memorials I had requested---it really means alot me!
Thanks so much once again!
S H Clemow
|S Hamilton Clemow||Possible transfer of memorials|
I was just wondering about 3 of the memorials you created and if you had a family connection to the Clemows buried in the Shawnee Cemetery in Plymouth. If not, would you mind/would it be possible to transfer 3 of the memorials to me? They are my 2X Great Grandparents and Uncle. Their names are W H Clemow (#116795496), Elizabeth Clemow (#116796344) and Samuel Clemow (#116795576). I would really appreciate it! In any case, no matter what, I would like to thank you very much for creating these memorials for my family.
Thanks so much!
|Ray J Tuleya||Transfer request|
Bob, thank you for working on the Shawnee Cemetery graves. Please transfer my great-great grandparents memorials to me. They are:
David Warman: 75288694
Catherine Warman: 75288868
I will also send a request through their memorials too.
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