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Burke Stoughton (#46949665)
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Bio Photo ATTENTION: I have completed my move to Florida (Youngstown, Florida, to be exact) and it will still be a couple months until I get back into the full swing of things on findagrave. Because of this situation, any updates, corrections, transfers, etc. may not be completed in a timely manner. Please bear with me as my wife and I move in and become more familiar with our new surroundings.

As a result of this relocation, I will no longer be available for Pennsylvania photographs or research and it will take quite some time to become as familiar with Bay County, Florida and surrounding areas.

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Born and raised in Apollo, Pa., which was the epitome of "Small Town USA," in the 1950's. Graduated from College, taught High School Biology for 6 years and then I grew up and joined the Navy. My goal was to Serve our country and see the world at the same time and then, after one 4 year hitch, I would resume a Teaching career. Things sometimes do not work out as planned...In 1997, after spending 22 years in the Service, I retired, back to my home, in Armstrong County, PA. Retirement has enabled me to work and concentrate on the main love of my life, which is my Family and Friends and, also enabled me the time to pursue my addiction to our family history and genealogy. There has also been ample time, left over, to engage in the secondary love of my life, which is fishing. Now, there had always been an interest in family history and genealogy and these fishing pursuits of boating, canoeing and tramping the streams, in search of the wily Trout and Bass has led me to many cemeteries, which are located in out of the way places. It is to the point...and, sometimes to the chagrin and frustration of my wife, where I cannot pass by a cemetery without "exploring a little bit." Thankfully I have married a wonderful and understanding wife, who, in spite of her seeming, sometimes frustration, just winks and grins whenever I tell her about the discovery of a "New" Cemetery...and then admonishes me to be sure not to miss anyone's stone. (As if I would, Eh?)
Many of the cemeteries, in this historic area of the country, are very old...some are grown over and a lot of markers are in advanced disrepair and are illegible. I have come to believe that we are losing our heritage and history, by allowing this to happen. After discovering Find-a-Grave, it has become easy to combine my hobbies with family history and the recording of the old cemeteries in my home area.
It is my goal to record as many of the small church or family cemeteries, as possible, in Armstrong County and adjoining counties, before I am too old to get out of the rocking chair. It is a guess there are still a few years, to go, before that occurs: I hope!

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ATTENTION: I have completed my move to Florida (Youngstown, Florida, to be exact) and it will still be a couple months until I get back into the full swing of things on findagrave. Because of this situation, any updates, corrections, transfers, etc. may not be completed in a timely manner. Please bear with me as my wife and I move in and become more familiar with our new surroundings.

As a result of this relocation, I will no longer be available for Pennsylvania photographs or research and it will take quite some time to become as familiar with Bay County, Florida and surrounding areas.


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Dennis Hill
Transfer of Hill/Harkleroad memorials
That was really fast. Thanks for the transfers. Dennis
Added by Dennis Hill on Sep 19, 2014 4:55 PM
Dennis Hill
Transfer of Hill/Harkleroad memorials
I would appreciate if you would transfer the following memorials to me as these are my grandparents, uncles, aunts and cousins. #29286302, 29286294, 29286280, 35581534, 35581533, 35448472, 35448471, 29286545, 29331143 and 29331228. I was born and raised in Sagamore, Pa. and have lived in Indiana, Pa for the past 45yrs. I have lots of information to share. Thank you Dennis Hill
Added by Dennis Hill on Sep 18, 2014 3:41 PM
Carl Catherman
Bertha Shellhammer
Thank you very much for updating her memorial.
Added by Carl Catherman on Sep 17, 2014 7:04 AM
Peggy Bargen Duey
Thank You
Thanks so much for the transfers of the Cornman memorials. I greatly appreciate it. If I can ever do anything for you, please let me know.
Added by Peggy Bargen Duey on Sep 10, 2014 11:40 AM
Kim Kerr
Mary Kells Rugh
I sent edits for Mary and posted her death certificate for clarification on death date. Memorial# 45102456. Thanks for your time!
Added by Kim Kerr on Aug 26, 2014 8:11 AM
Chuck (Rhodes) Freese
Transfer memorial management:
Hi Burke,
I wondered if you could transfer management responsibity of the following two memorials to my care.
Completely thanks to you, we have traveled from Chester Co. PA to Armstrong Co. and confirmed the graves of my great-grandparents,Lewis Rhoades #54236839 & Matilda Rhoades #54236840,in St.John's Cemetery on the Indiana/Armstrong Co. line.
My member # is 47082651.
I offer my heartfelt thanks to you from the current and future generations of my family for your diligence and thoughtfulness !

Wishing you the best in FL,
Chuck Rhodes Freese
Added by Chuck (Rhodes) Freese on Aug 25, 2014 3:52 AM
Maggie Magster
thanks so much!!!!
WOW thanks that was FAST . . . .

YOU are wonderful!!!!

Have a great day with many blessings


Margaret
Added by Maggie Magster on Aug 24, 2014 5:54 PM
Maggie Magster
Find A Grave Memorial# 53122804
Mary Campbell Pittman was the mother of Mary Pittman who married Jeremiah Stake making them my Great Great Great Great Grandparents . . . .


JEREMIAH6 STAKE (John5, Peter4, Frederick3, Christian2, James1) was born on Nov 22, 1846 in Pennsylvania, United States. He died on May 03, 1928 in Brush Valley, Indiana, Pennsylvania, U.S.A.. He married MARY PITTMAN in 1866, daughter of Benjamin Pittman and Mary Campbell. She was born on Oct 29, 1844 in Brush Valley, PA. She died on Nov 03, 1931.


I would like to ask for you to please transfer Mary wife of Benjamin Pittman to me Please

Thanks so very much Margaret

read more at

http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/g/o/o/Margaret-A-Goodlin/


Added by Maggie Magster on Aug 24, 2014 5:15 PM
Gone but not forgotten
Duplicates
I have sent a message to findagrave to delete the duplicates that you requested. Thank you for bringing this to my attention and all your work to create the original. Thanks again for the transfers!
Added by Gone but not forgotten on Aug 23, 2014 7:25 AM
Gone but not forgotten
Transfers
Thank you very much for the transfers!!
Added by Gone but not forgotten on Aug 21, 2014 7:52 PM
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