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In the summer of 2005 while visiting in my home town in Mercer County, I visited about fifty cemeteries that I knew had family members in them. While there, I took photos of ones that I wasn't sure whether they were related or not. Though I don't have all the information on them, they may give someone a place to start.
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|amandasue||RE: James Perrine|
I know that sometimes dates or names are miscarved into peoples stones, if you think this stone may be his I will gladly post it for you. I think it is to much of a coinsidence that the birth date, the army information and the cemetery info is the same as what you told me. If not I will just let someone else go out and see what they can find. :)
|amandasue||39023732 James Perrine|
I found a stone for James Perrine that dated his birth at 1842 and his death in 1914. It says co. general 100th reg. I didn't know if I found the right one or not. I did take a photo of this stone, if it is the right one I will gladly post it. It was in the Pleasant Hill cem. Jackson Center.
hi...my g-g-g-grandparents on my fathers, fathers side are robert and anna mckean dunn. I was looking for markers for adam a and elizabeth dunn kerr. Elizabeth is roberts daughter,[may be mary elizabeth] According to census records of 1880 robert was living with g-grandaughter elizabeth kerr, daughter of adam a and elizabeth. adam a and elizabeth dunn kerr are suppose to be in oakhill sandylake cemetery. i would appreciate any help. thanks, and thanks for all you do.
|Tom Pottenger||Photos of Homer and Bernice Amon|
Thanks for taking and posting the photos of their shared marker in Oak Hill Cemetery.
|Tom Pottenger||Harry Waldo Amon Marker|
Thanks so much for taking and posting the photo of Harry's (and Stella's) marker.
|Bonnie||RE: Grace McClelland|
I would definately believe that Grace's husband was buried in the Center Methodist Cemetery as he was born in Raymilton. My guess is that the newspaper clipping for Grace has a mistake and she was really buried in this cemetery also. You definately found her grave stone there so I would believe that fact more than the obit.
Added by Bonnie on Feb 05, 2012 7:14 PM
|Terence WHALEN||Evelyn Speir-Anderson|
Good Morning Fay,
Just wanted to let you know that Aunt Evelyn Anderson, Jamestown, PA, passed away this morning. She was a driving force behind mine and much of the family research here in Mercer County and I am sure you saw many posts by her on the information boards.
Rest in Peace. We will miss her.
|Libby Talley||RE: Joseph Gill|
You're quite welcome. :)
|Libby Talley||Joseph Gill|
I'm sorry to be so late on this. I did change his death date. You were correct. Sorry about that. I sent you a transfer. :) Since you are kin, you should have his memorial.
|wmrobert||RE: Central Methodist Cemetery|
Thank you and please keep up the wonderful work you do. I can only hope that my efforts are half as good as yours. Take care and have fun. I think this is a great site and a wonderful way to remember our ancestors.
Again Thank YOU!
Added by wmrobert on Mar 16, 2011 6:05 AM
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