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Beth (#47225467)
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Bio Photo My Dad's memorial is sponsored by Julia (LadyStarlight)- many thanks to her!
Thanks to all for the flowers on my memorials, much appreciated.













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Dave Srednicki
RE: Photo Thanks!
You're welcome Beth. I did not see individual markers for Samuel, Susan, and Frank Welliver, only the large family marker. I did not find Hattie or Jacob Welliver. Perhaps their markers are very worn. There were many older Welliver markers that I could not read.
Added by Dave Srednicki on Oct 02, 2014 8:11 AM
Randall Bordner
RE: Sponenbergers in Liverpool
Here is what I have. Maybe save you some time in making requests. Catherine A was on a request list. Not on the list are Frederick born 1891, Mary born 1887, Margaret born 1835. I have a few hundred photos to resize but should have these added to Union Liverpool by tomorrow. These stones are badly deteriorated. If you have more information on the names listed please send to my email address, that may help.
There is a Frederick on the list but not the one I found, both Mary and Margaret were wives of different Fredericks.
Added by Randall Bordner on Dec 29, 2013 11:51 AM
Robin Arvickson
Grave of John S. Green
I live in Erie and am working on a volume of grave locations for veterans of the War of 1812. I would like your permission to use the picture you posted of John Green's grave in this compilation. I will cite you as the source.

Thank you.
Added by Robin Arvickson on Nov 13, 2013 11:17 AM
yatiri
RE: Website
Beth- thanks for adding bio to Daniel Callahan - very brave souls they were to settle in such wild places way back when! Glad you like the website; the vast majority was organized by my father and as you probably gathered from the main page, I took it over after he died. He was 84 and had a website with well over a hundred pages in it!

Becky S. (yatiri)
Added by yatiri on Nov 03, 2013 11:27 AM
Leslie
RE: Alice Shoemaker
Thanks for asking! She was the wife of Robert Elmer (or Elmer Robert) Shoemaker. I have not been able to find where or when he died, born around 1872 and I believe died before Alice. He was my husband's grandmother's brother, one of those nagging lose ends. I was hoping there would be some clue to Elmer at Alice's grave - maybe he would be buried with her, or something. I appreciate your help - you never know!
Leslie
Added by Leslie on Jun 21, 2013 7:30 PM
Jennifer Wedge
RE: Small world!
WoW! small world! Yes, it is the same Medley family. I am from Medleys in Indiana but they come from two brothers that came up from Tennessee a few generations back. I have traced that line and have it on my Ancestry.com site. I have a picture of Mourning Dove on there also. Her father was Chief Whitesides. Her husband, Joseph Medley, died trying to help her family from being forced on the 'Trail of Tears'.
Added by Jennifer Wedge on Apr 07, 2013 11:34 AM
Glen Hammel
Photos
Forgot to mention - if you want to use any the photos I've taken of your ancestors' headstones, feel free.
Added by Glen Hammel on Feb 14, 2013 8:58 PM
Glen Hammel
Penrods at Union Hill
I went ahead and transferred all the Penrods I was able to find at Union Hill. It's possible I simply missed a headstone for Sarah. The wind got to be so ridiculous that I was moving along as fast as I could. There are other photo requests I missed there, so I'll go back in the spring.
Added by Glen Hammel on Feb 14, 2013 8:55 PM
Glen Hammel
Daniel Lawver
Daniel was the only Lawver headstone I found at Zion. Granted, there are several old headstones there that I'll probably never be able to ID. Feel free to use the photo as you like. I just ran searches for Lawver, Roh and Penrod. The Lawvers tend to be in cemeteries further south than I usually get. However, I then saw you have 4 photo requests for Union Hill in Sugarcreek. I've never stopped there, but it's less than a 5 minute drive from my house, and I see it has over a dozen photo requests. I will definitely get there when I can. Unfortunately, that wasn't today when it was mid-50s, and there's not another day above freezing in the 10-day forecast. I've added Lawver, Roh & Penrod to my notes to keep an eye out for in the future.
Added by Glen Hammel on Jan 19, 2013 3:14 PM
DHigdon
Ella Dent Burk
Hi Beth,
Could you also add a little info for Ella Grant Dent Burk, my great grandmother. She was born on 4/2/1868 in Sonestown, Sullivan Co., PA and died 11/7/1946, in Davidson Township, Sullivan Co., PA.

She is the spouse of Edward Cyril Burk.
Thanks!
Deborah Higdon
Added by DHigdon on Jan 05, 2013 4:47 PM
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