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HBE (#47157984)
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Kate Hackett Grase
Thank you for the photo!!!
Added by Diane233 on Mar 05, 2015 5:26 PM
Tweety Emmett
Perrigo/Perrego memorials
RE: Perrigo-Perrego
Just for record I inherited Cedar Crest Cem. from Christofer Kile I walked the cem. dozens of times I took over 2500 pictures made memorials where there where none.
My sister Nan & I HBE spent countless hours trying to straighten things out & still are. when I saw that you made new memorials. I had to stop you before we had a dogs breakfast.NO OFFENCE TO YOU. hopefully Williams stone will have the answer. I do not know how I missed taking a picture of the other 2 sides.


Christopher Kile I know him well, he is a very nice well manner gentleman, and he did a great job on establishing the Cedar Crest Virtual Cemetery and its many memorials on Find A Grave.

I will use the church records as my guide for burials at Cedar Crest Cemetery, and I will continue to Create memorials if I find a person is buried their, so I haven't stopped. owns Find A Grave, no Contributor owns any virtual cemetery on Find A Grave.

I have taken offense to that phrase, as I take pride in my research and work on resolutions when errors are explained in detail. I certainly would correct any errors when necessary, I cannot correct what has not been explained to me so therefore they will remain.

This will be my last post in this manner.
Added by Tweety Emmett on Feb 23, 2015 7:33 PM
Tweety Emmett
RE: Perrigo-Perrego
Just for the record I have researched the Perrego's and their are two Abel Perrigo's, that was a challenge, and I figured it out, with records, such as marriage, death, and etc. The memorials I did were from death certificates. I do research, I don't make rash decisions and create memorials for no reason, and if their is an error, as we all make, I certainly would correct it, when one does not express what the error is one doesn't know how to correct it. Prior to your post, I have already decided to telephone and or visit Cedar Crest and Perrego Cemetery's, to see for myself. I will also be investigating and telephoning the caretaker's of said cemeteries for an even more accurate record. Some burials are not marked, nor do they have markers. So when weather permits I will figure this out as I still am not aware of what your message was.
Added by Tweety Emmett on Feb 23, 2015 5:30 PM
Tweety Emmett
RE: Perrigo-Perrego
Copied your comment below - Could you define "You are creating a dogs breakfast? My guess is that your meaning is that I am causing a mess of the Perrigo/Perrego's. So who's memorials have I made a messes of?

Before you add any new memorials for the perrego's
you better start doing some research YOU ARE CREATING A DOGS BREAKFAST.
Added by Tweety Emmett on Feb 23, 2015 3:43 PM
RE: Cedar Crest Cem.
Lida Holly Harris -- Sorry, I just thought the Boyle information was put in there erroneously.

My substantiaing info on Lida includes Pennsylvania County Marriages, 1885-1950 (FamilySearch) for Lida and Walter, Pennsylvania Death Certificate (Ancestry) on Walter, 1900 through 1940 US Census on Walter and Lida. Also, Pennsylvania Death Certificates (Ancestry) on Son Clifford Elwood Harris.

Thanks for your consideration. Was the Boyle info with the cemetery records?
Added by WendyT on Feb 22, 2015 3:49 PM
Tweety Emmett
Wm T. Perrego.
Thank you.
Added by Tweety Emmett on Feb 21, 2015 5:04 PM
Tweety Emmett
William T. Perrigo Memorial #16882840

I wanted to ask for your permission to copy and publish, William T. Perrigo tombstone photograph, I will be sure to cite it as yours. I wanted to use if for my Public family tree. Thank You.


Added by Tweety Emmett on Feb 21, 2015 10:03 AM
Tweety Emmett
Perrigo, Perrego, Wm, and Mary A. - Lot 198

I have a Nettie Booth Perrego, who died in 1933, she first was married to William T. Perrigo/Perrego, and after his death married Abraham, Abel Perrego in 1892. I see Mary A. was listed as married to Wm. I wondered if she had a nick name of Nettie. Both Mary A. Perrego and Wm. T. Perrigo are buried in Lot 198. Her death certificate lists her as being buried in Trucksville. What do you think could this be one in the same person?

Mary Emmett Langdon
Added by Tweety Emmett on Feb 21, 2015 2:03 AM
Sharon Christensen
RE: Peck
You are very welcome for the photos
Added by Sharon Christensen on Feb 16, 2015 8:21 PM
RE: Bean
Your Welcome
Added by Nick on Feb 10, 2015 3:10 PM
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