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Please be aware that Find-a-Grave is not my full-time occupation. I am not retired but am a working professional whose work and other obligations can demand a great deal of time. I work with F-A-G whenever I have time available to do so. What this means is that sometimes many weeks or months can go by before I can make updates or transfers for individuals. If you leave me updates or transfer requests, please be patient. They will not be discarded or ignored but will remain in my inbox, and they will be processed as I have a chance and from oldest to newest.
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Missouri Knox
I would like to request a photo of Missouri Knox headstone.
Birth: Mar. 13, 1819
Death: Jun. 16, 1879

Wife of Joseph Knox

Braddock Cemetery
Greene County
Pennsylvania, USA

thank you,
Jodi Knox
Added by Sonshyn on Jun 26, 2015 6:19 PM
Christie J. Fox
Elizabeth Zoldak
Elizabeth Krency Zoldak was married to my cousin Francis Zoldak. Here's her obit:
Mrs. Elizabeth Krency Zoldak, 46, of 14111 Nell Avenue, Cleveland, Ohio, formerly of Waynesburg, died at 1:45 a.m. Sunday, May 26, 1974 in the Huron Road Hospital, Cleveland.
A daughter of Mrs. Mary Ventura Krency of Greensboro and the late John Krency, she was born July 10, 1927 in Indiana County. She was a member of St. Joseph's Catholic Church, Greensboro.
Surviving are a son, Francis P. Zoldak, serving with the US Air Force at Frankfurt, Germany; a daughter, Rita Louise at home; two brothers, John Krency of Greensboro and Robert M. Krency of Washington, and two sisters, Mrs. John J. (Helen) Dalnoky of Greensboro and Mrs. John (Margaret) Yeater of Aliquippa.
Added by Christie J. Fox on Jun 20, 2015 12:42 AM
could you please check pending edits and add parents I sent for Zalerilla thanks
Added by GalloGenes on Jun 19, 2015 5:15 AM
patsy (mann)holtz
Ambrose Emery
Find A Grave Memorial# 73794092

1. Rev. Rufus Emery, Genealogical Records of Descendants of John and Anthony Emery of Newbury, Mass. 1590 - 1890, The (1890, Salem Publishing and Printing Co. The Salem Press, 1891), pg. 27.

"son of James and Ruth (Watson) Emery; married Mrs. Catherine Foster of Pelham, N.H. He entered the intention of marriage with the town clerk of Sracut, July 17, 1762. He was a farmer and lived in Dracut. He married for his second wife Rebecca Yocum of Pennsylvania. She was born in 1764. They lived at Philadelphia and Tompsontown, Pa. and also in Mifflin co. and Greene co., Pa. He was a soldier in the British service in the French and Indian War, and was mustered into serivce Oct. 11, 1756, in Capt. Jonathan Butterfield's company. He was in the Crown Point expedition and was reported on one of the muster rolls of his company as "killed or taken". This was a mistake, but he was wounded by an arrow. He was in the Boston "Tea Party". His home was within hearing of the battle of Brandywine and in one of the winter camps of General Washington's army, and his wife Rebecca cooked the soldier's rations. He died near Jefferson co., Greene co., Pa., in 1824. She died there in 1843. Children listed: Sarah, Ruth, Daniel and Lydia; second marriage: John, Charles, James, Elizabeth, Samuel, Clementine,Rebecca, Jonas, Ambrose, Nathaniel and Jesse,."

A Patriot of the American Revolution for PENNSYLVANIA with the rank of Private. DAR Ancestor # A036530

The interesting fact of his life is state in the emery book of 1890 - 'He was in the Boston Tea part'y - Did he go all they way back to Boston just to join in the fun? as by this time he was a resident of Philadelphia, Pa.!

Ambrose was a Pvt., 6th Class 3rd battalion 1st Co. Philadelphia co., Pa. Capt. Isreal Jones
Added by patsy (mann)holtz on Jun 17, 2015 11:02 PM
Missy Andrews
Blacksville Cemetery (Old), PA.
I just found this cemetery and are wondering if you could add to the directions to this cemetery?

Rt 218, Take Dewey Ave, top of hill on the right is the cemetery.

Thank you,
Missy Andrews
Added by Missy Andrews on May 26, 2015 4:15 PM
Linda Ullom Buchanan
Hazel Renner
Your entry was done a year after mine. Could you delete yours as a duplicate? Many thanks!
Linda Ullom Buchanan
Added by Linda Ullom Buchanan on May 15, 2015 3:32 PM
Rebecca Jenkins
Doll's Run
If you would like you can link or do whats needed to give me this cemetery so that I can make updates and correction to it. I am a member of the Core Community Builders and the Doll's Run Cemetery Association so I have done a lot of work up there. Also I am related and know how people are related because of my family leaving in Core since before it was Core. Which is named after a great great ---- grandfather. Just thought it might lighten your load.
Added by Rebecca Jenkins on May 07, 2015 9:25 PM
Rebecca Jenkins
A. Lynn Core #46184625
Hi! This is my great grandfather who is buried in Dolls's Run. I would like to give you some info on family that can be linked to him and then link the others.
Core, John Edgar #46185659 1926-1927 was his son from his first wife.

Core, Robert Allen #46185803 1937-1937 was a son from his second wife my great grandmother.

Core, Gene who has passed and not added yet. 1933-2007 was also a son from his second wife.

Core, William "Bill" B. is still living and I will have to get you his birth year latter.

You have Jo Ann Core Coen and Charles Core on there already and they are his children from his second wife.

Core, Mattie Jane #46185687 1901-1928 was his first wife and she died of an illness that I can't remember what right now.

Core, Ella P. Johnson #46184647 1907-1953 was his second wife and mother to all but John.

If you could also link all of the people mentioned in the message so the info will show up with them.
Added by Rebecca Jenkins on May 07, 2015 9:17 PM
Gerald "Jerry" Hobson
RE: Phillip and Cassie Hoskinson, Greene County Memorial
Hello. I had posted more detailed memorials for these folks based on their obits, and their initial burials at New Freeport Cemetery. Was not aware then of their subsequent removal to Greene County Memorial Park. I can send you both obits if you wish, or move my existing memorials to Greene County Memorial Park.
Added by Gerald "Jerry" Hobson on May 03, 2015 7:15 PM
Tammy Rasel Ogram
Photo of Thelma Rasel's stone
May I use your photo for my Grandfather's find a grave since he is buried with her? In 2013 I went to Lone Pine Cemetery to get my own photo but their headstone had been knocked over. I will credit the photo as yours. Thanks for your consideration.
Added by Tammy Rasel Ogram on Apr 12, 2015 10:56 AM
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