|Russ Teer U.S. ARMY (disabled vet)||RE: Nancy Grider|
You are welcome. Sorry the headstone is no longer there.
|Mimi Simpson Davidson||Mahala Steffey Pleasant Hill Cem.|
Do you have a photo of Mrs. Steffey in Pleasant Hill Cemetery? I have a photo from the Royse City Cemetery with the same info for her. I can't find any other family. Thanks for your help in this matter.
|Kim Frye||RE: RE:Loutsenhizer Graves|
Judith & Henry's graves are in Row 14. The large Loutsenhizer monument(family plot area) with the small unreadable stones are in Row 9. This cemetery is not big. Kim
Added by Kim Frye on Apr 10, 2010 10:36 AM
|Kim Frye||RE:Loutsenhizer Graves|
Hello again...seems there is one huge Loutsenhizer monument in the Old Brush Creek Cemetery with approx. 8 broken, unreadable small stones that belong to it. You could call the Brush Creek Cemetery in Irwin, PA and inquire as to those names if you are interested. Just ask for the OLD Brush Creek Cemetery records. Back in the day, the Brush Creek Ceme. would not admit Germans into their main cemetery, therefore they were put in a smaller cemetery several miles away, thus the OLD Brush Creek Cemetery. I got that info years ago straight from a 90 something year old lady that used to maintain records at Brush Creek. :-)
Added by Kim Frye on Apr 07, 2010 9:26 PM
|Kim Frye||RE: Judith Loutsenhizer|
Not researching this family, just came across an original list of all those buried in the Old Brush Creek Cemetery... with dates. I noticed the year difference. I just added about 190 names to this cemetery. The list seems complete now minus the broken, unreadables of course. Have a good one!! Kim
Added by Kim Frye on Apr 07, 2010 9:00 PM
|Ariann Boisvert||RE: Henry Loutsenhizer|
You just made a photo request for 2 Wagners @ Birch Hill. (I won't be able to get out till the foot of snow here melts!) I was just wondering if you'd like to have them transferred to you. I'm not related to anyone in Mifflin County so if you'd like to "adopt" any of my memorials, feel free to ask. I really don't want to be responsible for them I'm just posting them to help others.
|Mona Anderson||RE: Cornelius Wagner|
That's a very good question, Jeff! He was listed in both places. I will have to ask someone at the Historical Society but my guess is that he was actually buried in one place then a memorial marker was placed in the other spot. (Which is which, I don't know.) When I do find out, I'll make the notation and let you know.
|jphil090855||RE: Wiley Guinn at Valley View Cemetery|
You're welcome...I'll probably be there again in the future so will keep looking. If you could find any info on Sec - Row - Plot to give me that would be a big help as it's a rather good size cemetery for me to walk.
|Mona Anderson||RE: Jacob Finkle|
Sorry it wasn't a better photo but many of the stones in that cemetery are weathered and mildewed and hard to read. I was only able to "read" Jacob's like Braille because it was next to his wife's and I could see some of the lettering up close and "feel" the rest of it to be sure it was his stone.
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