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|Sherann Bush||lucretia danforth perrin|
Looking for relatives and info about my 3rd great grandmother Lucretia Danforth Perrin. Can you help? Thank you. firstname.lastname@example.org
|louise floria||RE: Carrie Heller Evans # 110879846|
would you like the transfer?
|Ann Ebling||Ilys Sult|
Ilys is not there. I already called the cemetery last year. I am related to the Stifnagles and she is one of my unsolved mysteries. How are you related?
|Ann Ebling||Ilys Sult|
Do you have any idea what year Ilys died or where she is buried?
|N. Lawrence Rodriguez||Yarington/Yarrington|
Thank you for Yarington/Yarrington entries. They are appreciated. Abel Yarington 4-great grandfather.
|Linda Jones||RE: Samuel Eckhart # 112403466|
Thanks! Are you family or a cemetery angel? :-) If you are family, I'd be glad to share my genealogy research.
|Spence Burton||Asa Holcomb # 132238513|
Thank you so much for updating Alice Holcomb's memorial AND especially for finding her dad Asa Holcomb... I have been searching for hours trying to find his death record in PA online death records on Ancestry with no luck... Do you have access to the cemetery records with the dates OR where else did you find the dates for Asa? Any help would be appreciated....
Again thank you!!!
Here is the memorial you updated while adding her dad Asa:
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|Alycia K||RE: John Baldwin in Union Cemetery|
Good lord, what kind of stone were they using in the early 1800s that seems to have MELTED? One fellow, a sexton in Derby, told me that was "Georgia Stone," as opposed to the superior Vermont or (better) Boston stone. Some stone looks as though it was carved this morning. But those poor folk with that soft white stone...how awful! Anyhow, to the point, I am glad to be of help!
Added by Alycia K on May 26, 2014 5:12 PM
|Aruyana||RE: thank you|
Thank you for your kindness.
Added by Aruyana on May 21, 2014 2:40 AM
|sharleenp||RE: Photos in Luzerne Co cemeteries|
Nan, I survived the winter, and am finally outside shooting pictures again. Pittston Cemetery is looking wonderful after the historical society"s hard work cleaning up last fall. We have digitized the record books, and are now transcribing them to excel sheets which will soon be searchable. If you have anyone in Pittston City Cemetery ( Odd Fellows Cem ) , I can get into the records now.
I'm sure our paths will cross all summer..LOL
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