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Judi Dickens Paul (#47526328)
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Hi. I have been researching my family's genealogy for over 20 years and that is what led me to Find A Grave. Much appreciation is given to those of you that have donated so much of your time and effort to this site. I am unable to travel much and depend on you all for your contributions. Thank you.
Family names I am interested in is Dickens, Wagner, Wilcoxson, Davis, Depue, Coffee, Fine, Cutbirth, Chandler, Callaway, Boone, Arnold and Persun.
Please feel free to contact me with questions or suggestions.
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Teresa Truan Smith
RE: Transfer of Memorial
I thought I had G P Arnold, but he's with Pat Callahan, no longer a contributor. Did you go to the Find A Grave webmaster to request a transfer? Teresa
Added by Teresa Truan Smith on Aug 04, 2015 10:22 AM
Teresa Truan Smith
RE: Transfer of Memorial
Hi Judi,

Looks like we're distant cousins. I'm related to the Arnolds through Mary Miller (Find A Grave Memorial# 63253006) who married Michael Micah Arnold father of Dr. George P. Arnold your 2nd-gr-grandfather.

I'll gladly give you G P. Arnold if you want him.

Best Regards, Teresa Truan-Smith

My 4th gr-grandmother Elizabeth Betey Smith Baugher Miller Find A Grave Memorial# 46262468
Added by Teresa Truan Smith on Aug 01, 2015 3:30 PM
Dr. Joey Phillips
RE: Jonas Phillips grave stone
Hi Judi

Let me start by saying that the grave stone for Jonas Tobias Phillips III and Mary Jane (Coggins) Phillips is one of my favorites. I love its simplicity. I have wondered about the bird which I believe is a dove. Generally symbols of doves on christian tombstones are generally interpreted as a symbol of resurrection. There is another symbol five dots arranged in a quincunx. This one causes me more contemplation. It is generally translated as a symbol of spiritual significance. Though I am not familiar with what the significance is and am researching that.


Added by Dr. Joey Phillips on Feb 12, 2013 8:20 PM
Jack D.Diehl, Jr.
I am fullfilling your requests for photo of C. & E. Sheets stone in Anthony cemetery in Lycoming County, PA. While fullfilling your request I also photo and posted other Sheets stones in the same plot. Check it out!
Added by Jack D.Diehl, Jr. on Oct 21, 2011 8:57 AM
Victoria Tipton Whitlock
Maj. Peter Fine
You are very welcome. I enjoyed exploring the cemetery but I do wish the historical society would try to restore it. Many of the markers are overturned and I'm sure some are covered up. I think cattle have been in the cemetery at some point and many of the graves have sunken in. I"m sure it was a beautiful cemetery at one time.
Added by Victoria Tipton Whitlock on Jun 05, 2011 8:04 AM

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