|Jay Rarick (#46793359)|
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Sons of Union Veterans of the Civil War (SUVCW)*
[*The SUVCW, founded in 1881, is the heir and legal successor to the Grand Army of the Republic (G.A.R., founded in 1866) which was the Union Civil War Veterans organization.]
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|Randall Bordner||Infant Rearick|
I attempted to fill your request for Infant Rearick. The only one I could find is a son dated 1919. If you want it post a request and I will upload or send an email and I will attach it to you.
|Jane Foster||RE: Newton M. Rearick Grave Marker|
You are quite welcome. I'm just glad to be able to add to our collective knowledge of our ancestors.
|Nancy Neuman||Emma Rearick|
I just changed my photo of Emma's grave marker in Lewisburg Cemetery. I think I got a better picture with late afternoon light today.
i deleted it b4 i finished reading ur message, sorry im tired, but next trip over there Pomferts cem in Sunbury, i will ask the men there, they r the ones that looked up all Kratzer family names & told me that was her name, so sorry for not investigating it, i see her hubby died early 1939 so maybe ur right, i will look into next trip there. but untill them i deleted it by mistake, maybe she was remarried after his death, ur right i never thought of that been busy but get back w me, maybe i can find time to ask them men when i go to sunbury next time.ok..
|Chuck Metcalfe||RE: Eileen Johnson|
You are welcome. Did you also see that I posted a memorial for Eileen's son and added links? He is buried next to her, sorry I didn't take a picture of the two headstones together. Let me know if you would like that, and I will get in next time I am passing through East Randolph. Feel free to use the pictures however you choose.
Thank you for all you do.
|Wayne Andrews||RE: Tonar Gunsallus|
I checked through my files and I don't see a reference for the date of marriage. Looks like I pulled it from a tree on Ancestry.com. In relooking at this, Toner was living in Blair County with his brother Arthur in 1920 and working for railroad. In 1930 he is married to Emma and working at continental auto in Union County. My guess is he took a job at Continetal and met Emma in Union County sometime between 1920 and 1927 when their son Stewart was born.
Perhaps a library researcher in Mifflinburg can dig up something on their marriage.
Thank you for letting me know there was no conflict on her date of death. I removed the note from her biography.
Added by bvn on Sep 28, 2013 1:06 PM
Thank you for the additional information for Susannah. The death date you suggested was different than the one on the transcript, so I added it in the bio section and placed a photo request to see if that would solve the puzzle.
Added by bvn on Sep 28, 2013 6:40 AM
Links added. Thank you.
Added by bvn on Sep 20, 2013 3:01 PM
|KAREN LOVY||rose klobuchars|
I deleted her thank you I try not to post the living but happens and I will keep a eye for any others karen
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