|Rob and Debi Felten (#46883097)|
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We have been researching our many families off and on since our youth. For us the reseach is an adventure that has allowed us to explore history all the while putting together the puzzles of life gone before us. The road to discovery is full of interesting people and places that we love to share. Familes of interest are: |
Felten/Felton, Powell, Blough/Blauch,Chadwick, Louther/Luther,Menoher,Falloon/Faloon,Trusheim, Bonheimer, Wingard, Nichols, Hast, Thomas, Stayer. Mchaffie, St.Clair,Laughlin,Mackall, McGregor, Bossinger,Geitel,Moorhead,Heilman,Fiscus, McClure, McCullough, Dawson, Cornell, Conkle, and Glenn.
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His first wife was Fannie E. May Memorial # 90009089. Perhaps between you and the person who entered her info can get them combined. So Scudder Hart Peirsol, JR, MD was married first to Fannie E. May and after her death he married Jennie Ramsey.
MBW (Mary Wilson)
Added by MBW on Aug 02, 2015 6:21 PM
|Tammy Simpson||John McCullough/Ellen Neal/Elizabeth A|
I was so excited to see that you were researching the McCullough family. I am the great, great, great granddaughter of John McCullough and Elizabeth. I have been unable to find much information on John such as where he came from in Ireland and who his parents are. I also do not know what Elizabeth's last name was and when they got married. Do you happen to have any of this information? I have been at this roadblock for several years and would love to find this information!!
|EJBallenger||Alice Carter Ballenger|
i want to thank you so much for taking the time and making the effort to take photos of my Mother's headstone and her siblings (and their spouses) headstones. I really appreciate it very much. (This is my 3rd time writing a thank you note to you. I don't know where the other notes went - hopefully this will post correctly.) again, thank you so much! The photos are very meaningful to me.
|Gustaf Bryngelson||RE: George B. Felton|
You are welcome, I acquired a large collection of letters, diaries and photos from one of the mechanics of Evacuation Ambulance Company #8 and have published a book about it. George was mentioned only a couple of times in the book and the photo is the only one I have been able to positively ID as being him. The boys of Company #8 were an exceptional group of men.
|FamilyHunt||MARY [LEE] DIGBY # 118127021|
Thank you for creating, photographing & updating this memorial. The generous donation of your time & effort is greatly appreciated.
|MoonGenealogy Club (Moon Twp., PA)||Jane Kennedy Broglie|
Hi. It appears that when you posted your photo of the headstone, you created a new listing for a person there was already a listing for. When you get time, if you could merge these to avoid future confusion, thanks.
|Jane Graham Kone||Thomas & Nancy Graham|
Thank you VERY MUCH for taking a picture of the grave of my great, great grandparents!!
They were both born in Ireland and immigrated prior to 1860.
Thomas Graham and Nancy Agnes Ferguson Graham - are they buried in the Union Dale Cemetery?
I can't seem to find their son, Robert Ferguson Graham and his wife, Bella Glenn Shook Graham. Bella's death certificate states she was buried in the German Lutheran Cemetery in Pittsburgh.
Robert Ferguson Graham 6/1857 -?
Bella Glenn Shook 1868 - 12/26/1916
ONE of their 7 children was my grandfather
Robert Thomas Graham 1/18/1887 - 12/1964
and his wife, Jane Martin Graham 1887-1966?
are buried in the Martin family plot in Highwood Cemetery (cemetery adjacent to Union Dale), along with my parents, Pearson and Edna Graham.
Thank you again! Jane Graham Kone.
|Alberticoღდ||Albert F. Uhl|
Hello there. I wanted to ask your permission to repost the image that you posted in Albert's memorial to his wife's memorial? I would make sure and give you full credit as the photographer. Let me know. Cheers! :)
|Gustaf Bryngelson||RE: George B. Felton|
I will e-mail a scan to the address given in your profile, I had sent an e-mail to that address earlier, but it may have ended up in the spam filter. If you do not get it, e-mail me at email@example.com.
How are you related to George? He was an ambulance driver in Evacuation Ambulance Company #8 and served in France in 1918.
|Gustaf Bryngelson||George B. Felton|
Hello Rob and Debi,
I have written a book on Evacuation Ambulance Company #8, and George B.
Felton of 307 Second Street, Towanda, PA. was a member of Company #8. the
birth date of George B. Felton on the Find-a-Grave page looks like this
might be the same person. If you are interested, I can send you a photo
of George standing in front of his ambulance in France.
A. Gustaf Bryngelson
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