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|Becky Jacobs||RE: James Wesley Harsh correction|
I see you declined the data I sent - That is his son..............
|Megan Heyl||RE: Parmelia Ames in Silverbrook Cemetery Niles Michigan|
If you don't mind transferring, that way we can keep the whole family together. Appreciate the offer! Have a great weekend! Did you know Find My Past is offering a free weekend? Enjoy!
|Janice Lapp||Mary Jane Finney Hursey|
#125497284 I took the photo off just now, but that's all I can do.....You should be able to delete it since it is in your management now.....It will take a long time for F-A-G to do it......I have a whole pile of things that need to be done & it takes them a long time....Thanks.
|Mary Hursey||RE: Hursey relation|
I haven't found any of my Hursey family in Indiana. My 2nd great grandfather Thomas Hursey was in the Indiana infantry during the civil war.
Thomas and his family are from the Tusacarawas County, Ohio area.
|Janice Lapp||RE: Mary Jane Finney Hursey|
Yes, go ahead & delete it.....I didn't catch that. Thanks.
William did not have a headstone. There are headstones for Amos and Martha Harsh on the next lot over.
Added by Patty on Aug 15, 2015 7:32 PM
|macmadam||RE: Hursey in Tuscarawas County Ohio|
Yes, I do relate to Violet!
Added by macmadam on Jul 31, 2015 8:13 PM
|Janneane Veger||RE: Henry & Martha Harsh photo requests|
I see your name a lot on Find A Grave, too - you have given me plenty of hints on where to search over the years! Thanks for all you do, too.
I found Ellrod Harsh among a row with another photo request, so I posted a pic to his memorial. He is probably our best clue for where his siblings might lie, which is the South Section, Row 2. There are lots of pieces of old, old broken stones in row 2, so I am not optimistic, but at least I have an area to start with. Keep your fingers crossed!
|Janneane Veger||Henry & Martha Harsh photo requests|
I've been watching for Henry & Martha Harsh in Gilead Cem for you for a couple of years now, and no luck. Do you know about when they died? That would help me with what type of stone they might have, or maybe narrow it down to a section of the cemetery. Or other relatives' names they might be buried near?
|Denise Carter||Barbara Notestine Harsh|
Thanks for the offer! I will take the transfer of Barbara. She is the 3rd wife of my 4th gr grandfather. His 2nd wife Magdalena is my 4th gr grandmother. Thanks so much!
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