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I have been doing some searching on findagrave for my Delozier relatives. Do you know if this St. Michaels in Coupon is the same cemetery as the one in Hastings or a different one. I have more info on Peter John if you are interested. Mary in AZ/BC Canada.
Added by Mary on Feb 23, 2014 1:54 PM
|LHuffaker||Mem #9276924 Typo|
Hello, small typo on Johannes Heidler--posted info says DOB 1739 and DOD 1806, making him age 67 years at death--memorial says age "6 year."
Also, FYI, I was just looking at his will, he was indeed a resident of Paradise Township at his death. Thank you.
|LAB||St Patrick Move to St Mary Gallitzen|
Father Ledoux, I am groaning but thank you for letting me know about my error. Will take care of it. Best Wishes, Lynn
Added by LAB on Jan 12, 2014 9:10 AM
|Steve||John P McGill Correction|
My Dad was born in White Plains, NY Nov 2, 1913.
He died in Johnstown.
Sorry 'bout that!
Added by Steve on Jan 07, 2014 7:50 AM
|Steve||RE: McGill on Findagrave|
Yes, Fred & Minnie are my paternal grandparents.
Minnie emigrated to the states in the early 1900's.
Fred's family came out of Monmouth County, NJ and goes back to ~1756 when a young Scottish conscript left a British Man'o'War in New York and moved to NJ.
John was born Nov 2 1914 and passed away Dec 28, 1980.
Steve Brian McGill
Added by Steve on Jan 07, 2014 7:37 AM
|Steve||James Barry McGill|
Thank you for adding the pictures of my brother and his final resting place. He is at home with my parents Mary & John and with Our Lord.
His service is further honored in Michigan where a small, smart monument is erected to the members of Hotel Company, 2,26, 3rd Marines who defended the DMZ in Vietnam War under extremely onerous conditions imposed by the W-DC politicians.
You can google "Operation Hickory" to learn more of this band of brothers, who still gather yearly primarily remember...
Added by Steve on Jan 05, 2014 9:16 AM
|elaine lewis wilkinson ||clement conrad|
born: 14 Oct 1894
died: 13 Jul 1989
father: Frank Adams
mother: Mary Alice Dougherty
married Clement Conrad / he died 21 May 1961
Genevieve Sanker of Duncansville
Patty Plazek / both of Gallitzin
Lois Heeter of Hollidaysburg
John of Cresson
(obit facts from Altoona mirror paper)
|Donna Johnson Newell||Robert Cramer|
Thank you for the photo of the grave stone for Robert Cramer. I appreciate the effort it took for you to brave the elements to obtain the shot and fulfill my request.
|judy s||Stange, Martz|
Albert-THANK YOU SO MUCH for the great grave photos of Lena (Bickel) Stange, Frederick Martz & Louise (Bickel) Martz. Your time and effort are greatly appreciated! Judy
Added by judy s on Dec 05, 2013 3:47 PM
|Eileen Hall||RE: Kinney Family|
Thanks for your quick reply. I have searched the Altoona Mirror microfilms & another old Blair County newspaper at the Geneology Society. No luck. Those little patch towns that they lived in are hard to find information on. There was also a place named Delaney (which is my paternal Grandmother's side of the family). I am going to try a trip to Cambria County Geneology Society. The old Ebensburg newspaper seem to have lots of information, plus there is a James McKinney buried in the Potter's field of Cambria County. My list of people who aren't my great grandfather is very long. There was even a James M'Kinney who lived in Coupon around the same time period.
I have another question - Are there people who are buried in the Catholic cemeteries who don't have grave markers? If so, are there records of any kind?
Thanks again for your help,
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