|Doris Hartman (#46978937)|
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|I've been working on genealogy for many year. My main family names to research are Boyer and Geer from western Pennsylvania, but I love the research and will work on any name. I live in southwestern Washington (state), so I depend on others to help with headstone photos I need, and I visit cemeteries here for other people. Thanks!|
If you would like to manage a memorial I have entered, please let me know. As long as it's not my family, I'll be glad to transfer.
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|Debra Newton||Cora E. Parsons|
I am leaving this message today with the hopes that I might get some help. You have entered a photo of the headstone of Cora E. Parson, born 1874 and died in 1961. I believe this woman would have been Cora E. Axtell (maiden name) and married to Larkin D. Parsons. Larkin and Cora had a daughter (I believe) to be Myrtle Parsons and she was once married to Cassius E. Heagy. Myrtle and Cassius had a daughter named Margarette Frances and Margarette was my mother. I know very little about this side of my family and would very much like too. If by chance you are in contact with the people who requested this photo be taken, I would very much like to hear from them if possible. In advance, I would like to thank you very much for any help.
|Joyce Smith||TARR, FEELY, SMITH FAMILIES|
My father was Harold Norman Smith, born to Mildred Lawrence (Smith), who was the daughter of Hiram E. Smith and Ora D. Smith (Feely). My grandfather was not known to us, but we were told he was Albert Tarr, who was a son of Lynnie Pearl Tarr (Feely). I know Pearl and Albert visited my grandparent's home many times, and Pearl may have actually been related to my great grandmother Ora. Ora also had a sister named Clara Belle Feely. I am trying to find any information to tie the Feely, Tarr families to my family. You have been listed as providing information on Lynnie Pearl Feely, and I was hoping you might be able to help me find more information about my Smith family from Titusville, PA
|Sincerely Yours||RE: Robert Dittman|
No need to transfer. Just found some updated info and sent to you.
|Pamela Parks Costa||Franklin Mohney|
Thank you for going out and finding Franklin Mohney for me. It was a link that was missing and I am so excited to have found him.
I am sure there will be other family members checking in.
You are so kind.
Pamela Parks Costa
|Taphophile Duo||RE: Charles Heydrick|
Aw geez, if you don't mind that would be awesome! I spend a lot of days and nights in that house and know the Heydrick story better than most. The basement floor use to be in a special brick patter made from bricks made on-site. Thanks!!!
|Dolores Ashworth||transfer of graves|
Hi Doris, I am working on my husband's family and trying to connect a number of his ancestors graves. His great grandfather is Ora Miner and his number is #126292634. Could you possibly transfer his grave to me? We would really appreciate it. My number is #47134729.
May I include copies of your gravestone photographs in my family tree at Ancestry? I will list you as the photographer. Thank you.
|Allan L Winger||Gertrude Virginia [Young] Winger # 123783626|
Thank you VERY much for the transfer of my Aunt Gert :-))
|Shirley McMunn||Barbara Ann Weikal, # 129616780|
Please include Section B Lot 12. The burial permit was obtained by Eugene Weikal.This info from the SVC Burial Book, 1882-1913, pg 65, line 39.
|Alvin Oglesby||RE: Samuel Oglesby 60325148|
Sorry, I am not related to the Penn. Oglesby clan.
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