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Robert Awalt (#47210619)
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Bio Photo Robert Awalt earned a Doctoral degree in Psychology from the University of San Francisco in San Francisco, CA. His doctoral dissertation analyzed the effect of dysfunctional mood states (anger) on veterans with alcohol and substance abuse problems; results of this study were published in the Journal of Psychoactive Drugs. Robert was a NIDA post-doctoral fellow in the Substance Abuse Treatment Research program at the University of Calfiornia, San Francisco/San Francisco VA Medical Center. He was an instructor in the chemical dependency program at UC Berkeley Extension, and curretly instructs graduate counseling students at UOP. Robert is a licensed Psychologist with Kaiser Permanente Medical Centers in San Diego, CA in addiction treatment.
Robert earned a Bachelor's degree in Psychology and a Master's degree from the California State University system.

Robert is a member of various historical societies and genealogical groups to include the Tuscarawas County, Ohio Historical Society, Austins Family Assiciation of America in Texas, Teeple People, and others.

Robert has a special interest in early colonial Dutch ancestry and the first Dutch settlers of New Amsterdam (now NY).

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James Bianco
Rev. Jonathan Edwards
Thanks for your message, the memorial I created in Bridge St. Cemetery, Northampton is for a cenotaph which exists in that place. Memorial # 1360 in Princeton Cemetery, Princeton, N.J. is for his actual burial location. Cenotaph's are to memorialized per Find-A-Grave policy. I will note and link the memorial to his memorial in Princeton.
Added by James Bianco on Nov 14, 2014 9:11 AM
Denby Brown
Thomas Sherwood
I see that you maintain the memorial for Thomas in the Franklin County Indiana, Metamora Cemetery, are you an ancestor?

Thanks Denby
Added by Denby Brown on Oct 16, 2014 7:02 PM
L. Culwell
John H Stoy #68064856
Thank you for all the time and energy you put into your work. It is much appreciated. Today I found a third wife for John - John H Stoy #68064856 was married three times. First to Minerva H Weldy on 4 March 1871 in Williams County, Ohio. His next was to Annie E Roberts on 3 April 1904 in Williams County, Ohio. The next was to Emma Stuver King on 11 September 1915 in Huntington County, Indiana. On the last marriage record it shows the names of both sets of parents and includes the fact that the groom had been previously married two times. Both wives had died. The bride, Anna, had been previously married once. Her husband had died.

Added by L. Culwell on Sep 22, 2014 10:24 AM
John Greeson
The Greeson Family Cemetery was moved to Wayne Memorial Gardens Waynesboro some years ago because of the By-Pass construction. You will find John Greeson's photo there and I took pictures of all the Greeson's buried there.
Blessings. Now you can remove your request and still have his photo.
Added by RainbowGal on Aug 28, 2014 8:01 AM
Wyntje De Jongh Roosa
Hi Robert,
I just noticed a photo on the memorial for Wintie (sic) De Jongh Roosa, who is buried at the Old Dutch Church cemetery in Kingston, NY. You labeled it as the Old Dutch Church Cemetery in Hurley, NY, which doesn't exist; it's actually a shot of the Old Hurley Burial Ground in Hurley, NY, and she's unlikely to be there. There's already a nice shot of the cemetery in Kingston on the memorial.
If you were all the way out here in NY to take that photo, I'm sorry you got to Hurley, but not Kingston! I live minutes away from both places.
I just used the edit tab to suggest a correction of her first name to Wyntje.
Thanks for all you do!
Many blessings,
Added by JulieLake on Aug 19, 2014 7:27 PM
Joan S.
RE: Catherine Cummins
You're very welcome! Joan S.
Added by Joan S. on Jul 07, 2014 6:59 PM
Janice Lapp
Catharine Patterson
Would you, please, put a note on Catharine's memorial @ Grandview Cemetery in Tuscarawas Co., Ohio that there is NO TOMBSTONE for her.

Added by Janice Lapp on Jul 05, 2014 6:37 PM
Darlene Ellerman Palmer
Henry P. Duncan # 6159398

In reviewing your suggestions and my records and citations, I have found that:

Your citation (Hancock County, Indiana; Index to Marriage Records 1828-1920 Inclusive Volu, W. P. A. Original Record Located County Clerk's Of; Book: C--5; Page: 309) is for Sarah Gambrel's marriage on 05 Aug 1869 to Mr. Fry, not her m. to Henry P. Duncan.

Henry Duncan's 1st wife was Margaret J. Smith, who he m. 19 April 1870. (Hancock County Indiana; Index to Marriage Record 1828-1920 Inclusive Volum, W. P. A. Original Record Located County Clerk's Of; Book: C- 5; Page: 373.)

Henry P. Duncan's second wife was Mary E. Davis (Shelby County, Indiana; Index to Marriage Record 1856-1920 Inclusive Volum, W. P. A. Original Record Located: County Clerk's O; Book: 11; Page: 186.) on 27 Aug 1878. (Mary Davis = my gr. grandfather's sister)

THEN, Henry m. his third wife, Sarah Gambrel Fry, as you cited. I didn't show him with a third wife so this threw me a little. I've now added her.

I don't know where Sarah is buried, sorry.


Added by Darlene Ellerman Palmer on Jun 09, 2014 12:46 PM
Gay Hobt Morton
Thank you for the suggested addition of the source of their burial location. Hopefully it will get photographed.
Added by Gay Hobt Morton on May 18, 2014 9:40 AM
RE: Crowell
Your very welcome. Not sure which one it was. I have taken a bunch of Crowell photos.
Added by TRICIA on May 17, 2014 12:26 PM
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