|Andy Byerly (#46613755)|
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|FutureAncestor||RE: John A. Harmon|
Hi, those three headstones are: John A Harmon Jr, John A Harmon III and Mae A Krasa Harmon
|kcracrah||RE: Snyder plot in Lakeside Cemetery|
There is a Fannie Snyder (1895-1922) buried at Lakeside Cemetery that I have a photo of. That is the one you are looking for.
There is also a George Snyder (1859-1935) that I do not have the photo of.
I am not sure when I could get out to photo in the near future due to health problems, but if you would make the request for Fannie I will fill it.
Added by kcracrah on Feb 03, 2014 12:30 PM
|L Ferree||RE: Carney Farm|
I'm so sorry for the loss of your mother. Thank you for working on this in the midst of your grief.
Thank you so much for this map! I found C Basim on the map. Calvin Basim's father, Abraham, married the Carney daughter, Christena. (They are all buried at Asbury). Calvin lost a leg in the Civl War, and returned home to farm. I believe Abraham had property adjoining his father-in-law. Calvin's land could be either of those, or even a combination. It looks to be near the intersection of Carney Rd and Maple Grove Rd.
Also on the map are RR Ion (just south of Asbury church). His father donated the land for Asbury. He married Abraham and Christena's oldest daughter, Mary Catherine. North of Calvin's property, on 7 Hills Rd and Fair Haven Rd, is that of W H Spangler. He married the third Basim daughter, Margaret. I see a school house to the right of his property. There had been a school house on the Carney property (called Carney School). Maybe the Carney property is up there, and Calvin's is Abraham's land.
Lots of speculation, but this map is really helpful!
Added by L Ferree on Jan 06, 2014 6:45 AM
|L Ferree||RE: Carney Farm|
All I know is what was written at this link, apparently written sometime after 1955, but I don't know when. Mrs. B. S. Ion died in 1994. I don't know if the graves are still there or not. I would actually even love a photo of the Carney farmland (or house if there is still one there, but nothing shows up on Google maps). I'm pretty sure "Carney Road" is the right road, and "about a mile north" of 322 - puts it near Deer Run/Miller Rd, I believe - but I don't know on what side of the road or anything more. This is my husband's direct line, and anything you can get would be wonderful (including a more specific location!)
Added by L Ferree on Dec 10, 2013 3:54 PM
|Brenda & Pete||RE: Merle and Ruth Hoke|
You're very welcome. It was our pleasure to be able to provide you with a photo of their marker. Have a good evening.
Brenda & Pete
|Roberta F. Bobbi Jenkins||Harvey Lewis Battle|
Thank you for the information
If I had not been looking at the memorial I would never have found your message. It is always better to leave messages using the Edit button.
|D Jones||RE: James Slagle|
You're very welcome. Enjoy!
Added by D Jones on Sep 09, 2013 7:15 PM
|Sharon Rogers-Fabris||Timblin- Chalot|
@ Woodlawn Cemetery. If you would call the office to find the location (garden, plot #,ect.) I would be happy to go and take the photo. Due to the size of this cemetery you could spend days/ weeks looking.
Sharon # 47376092
|bluelady||RE: Charles S. Harris|
Were you expecting Margaret Harris to be near by? If so I could not locate her there.
Added by bluelady on Aug 04, 2013 6:35 PM
|Mary Denzinger||RE: Richard L. Byerly|
You are very welcome for the photo. If I can be of further assistance, please let me know.
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