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|Melissa Garvin||Emeline Torrence|
Hi, I was able to photograph the graves of Emeline and Samuel Torrence today. Unfortunately, when I downloaded the picture, it showed up sideways, so I deleted it. Will try Samuel's and contact t the site so I can correct this problem.
|Thomas Wayne Dillion II||RE: DILLION WEBSITE|
I am going through the wealth of information you sent to me regarding my Leiper family. It's amazing! Thank you so much for sharing it with me!!!
|James||Esther Louise "Lulu" Adams McKeel Parents|
I sent you a edit for her parents... I had found her name In my research as a Daughter of George Adams and Catherine (Bowser) Adams who lived in West Taylor Township Cambria county around Johnstown PA... I believe she was their last child. that lived to adulthood
Added by James on Apr 19, 2016 2:38 PM
|OperaDebbie||John and Thelma Krepps North Sewickley Cemetery|
I found the marker for John and Thelma Krepps as you requested. Unfortunately, the DODs have not been added to the stone, as you can see in the photo I took. Also, there is another person listed on the stone. I'll add a memorial for her, as well. Please feel free to send me an edit if you know this is a child or relation. Have a great day!
|William||Frances Elizabeth Johnson|
Frances Elizabeth Johnson Richman 159796956 spouse is incorrect. Should it be Emmett Roy Richman 54175081? Please remove Frances as a spouse to Florence M. Poling Richman.
Added by William on Mar 21, 2016 7:08 AM
|Beverly Hayes,Dakovich||Robert Ayers Sharon Hill Cem|
Hi, are you related to Robert or his first wife Alice Moore?
Alice is my Gr Aunt. I live in Des Moines Ia.
If you are, I would love to share/compare Moore family history with you
Thanks for the great work you are doing on findagrave. If it weren't for kind hard working people like yourself, many ancestors would be lost to their loved ones.
|Etta Bell Miller||Ruth E Walter|
Per her death certificate she is buried in Peters Chapel with her father in Nectarine, Venango, Pennsylvania.
|pam||burial of Eliza Smith|
Would you email me? I feel Eliza is buried in
Knoxville, but no stone and sexton's records did
not put a lot # down. Pam firstname.lastname@example.org
Added by pam on Jun 17, 2015 7:14 PM
|Sarah ||Pennington Point Cemetery-Dickeys|
I fulfilled your photo requests for the Dickey family in Pennington Point Cemetery. I wanted to let you know that there was two other Dickey children buried with the Dickey children you requested pictures for. One was and Infant who was buried between Hiram and Sarah. Another child named Ella (I think by looking at the picture) who was buried between Sarah and Harriet. The stones are hard to read but I took pictures of these two graves also if you would like them I can send them to you. Just let me know.
Added by Sarah on Jun 18, 2014 6:39 PM
|oldstewart||Samuel McClean Memorial# 70759976|
I contacted you in May regarding Memorial# 70759976- Samuel McClean, 1742-1820 but see you haven't had time to correct it. My concern is for others who may loose valuable research time, as did I, searching for his grave in Oak Grove.
The Samuel McClean cited in this memorial is my 5g grandfather. He is NOT buried at Oak Grove in Uniontown. In addition to personally searching the cemetery and contacting a board member who maintains the records (he is not in the Oak Grove records), I reviewed the evidence you provided me when I wrote previously. The Veteran's Burial card you provided was for a Samuel McClean (1811-1885) who participated in the Civil War and who is correctly memorialized in Memorial# 93339109 created by "Cashie". If you vist Plot: Circl 'C' Lot 228 cited in your memorial, you will find the grave noted in Cashie's memorial. Clearly, the Veteran's Burial card you provided could not possibly apply to a man who died well before the Civil War.
Samuel McClean (1742-1820)is most likely buried (per some records) in Laurel Hill- though still working on verifying this. That would make sense given his church affiliation & the location of his farm.
As I noted, the McCleans can be challenging given there were 7 very prolific sons who had many sons & kept perpetuating given names- Wm, Samuel, Alexander, Robert... down through the lines.
Hope you have time to correct this soon. Thanks for your time.
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