|Paul E. Newell (#47305921)|
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Contact me for permission before using personal photographs that I have posted on my memorial pages. |
I have photographed many gravestones and you may freely use any gravestone photo that I have posted here, for non-commercial purposes. It would be kind if you gave me credit for the photo.
Use the Find A Grave memorial 'Edit' tab for suggestions, corrections and transfers. I am glad to make changes but I will ask you for a source if the information is not already inscribed on the stone.
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|John Hardester||Michael Hardester|
Thank you Paul for looking for Michael's grave marker. I really appreciate it!
Thanks for the information on Maggie. It has been added. This led me to finding a death certificate. She died in Bradford County, Pa. I added this to the memorial, because of it age. The writing is bad and misspelled.
|keeper of the records||Donald Webler Marvin|
Thanks for the information re Donald. The cemetery Board is in the process of updating and correcting its records and this was one puzzle since the name Webler and Marvin are on two sides of the monument. We do appreciate and will update our records.
|David Fleming||RE: Melissa N. BLOOD Andrews|
Emma Blood (1849-1849), buried Fries Cemetery
Since you brought up Emma Blood in your note to me, I thought I would send this along.
Emma was the infant daughter of Hosea Blood and Hannah P. Slade. Hosea Blood was an older brother to Melissa N. (Blood) Andrews. Hosea Blood died and was buried in SEP 1890 at Austinville, Bradford County, PA according to my records.
|whitepaper||RE: Mason @ Forest Lawn MP|
You are welcome Paul.
Yes the geezer still walks the cemeteries once in a while. I have been working with the Elmira Library who has catalogued most* of the burials at St. Peter and Paulís Cemetery. (*Records were not kept until 1890 however the cemetery is said to have been started in 1850.) The libraryís latest project is cataloging Forest Lawnís burials. I would hope the results will be ready next spring.
There are over 35,000 burials in St. Peter and Paulís Cemetery yet less than 2000 memorials on Find A Grave. There are a lot of photo opportunities there and several of the earlier monuments are very ornate.
|PJ Perry||Agnes Beatrice "Beatrice" Little Elliott|
Thank you so much for the personal picture. Do you have any other personal pics? My I use this picture in my family tree?
Added by PJ Perry on Jun 25, 2014 3:08 PM
|Rebecca Evans||Amos and Julia Rice|
I took pics of Amos and Julia Rice's headstones, but the individual photos I thought I had taken are not there. I only have the one with them both together. Amos is the tall one on the left and his is almost unreadable. Julia's is very readable, but flat, so you can't see it well. I'll add this to their memorials, but you might want to reask for photos. They are buried next to William and Ella Rafter, Alonza Hensel, and another individual, who is also missing from my files. Julia's stone says Mother, Julia M Rice 1833-1923.
|KC||RE: Martha ROGERS Webler (1797-1889)|
You are quite welcome! Looks good!
Added by KC on May 12, 2014 7:37 PM
I have transferred Peter Webler and his wife Sarah to you. I have also transferred Mattie Webler to you. Thanks. Mary
|Paul Boynton||Mary Webler Nichols|
The transfer of Mary Webler Nichols to you is completed.
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