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RE: Billy and Robert Park
It was my pleasure, Claudia, glad I could help.
Added by Elaine on Apr 09, 2013 9:54 PM
Mary Achterhof
RE: Lessie Markle
Yes I was. His daughter Kathy and I are cousins and we are very close. I am so sad and I will miss Billy Bob!!!

Thanks for your contact.
Added by Mary Achterhof on Jan 02, 2011 10:16 PM
Mary Achterhof
RE: Lessie Markle
Lessie was married to Clarence Robert Sullivan who was a brother of my Grandfather. This is my only relation.
Added by Mary Achterhof on Dec 22, 2010 10:46 AM
Richard B Miller
Hi, I was able to get to the Sugar Grove Library yesterday and checked the cemetery book, it only has 1 Richard B Miller listed, and not much info on him. He worked as a tanner, but it sounds like his wife and her sisters did most of the underground railroad stuff.
As far as the other RBM, it says he died in Jamestown, NY whih is just a few miles from Sugar Grove, are you sure he isn't buried in NY? I tried to read the death certificate, but I'm not sure it said where he was buried, but I might have missed it.
Added by CABrown on Jul 21, 2010 3:56 AM
RE: Richard B. Miller
No, I found it online. Just search for Sugar Grove Underground Railroad, then I clicked on Aboliltionists. Haven't had a chance to check the book yet.
Added by CABrown on Jul 14, 2010 6:37 AM
RE: Richard B. Miller (Findagrave)
Cynthia Catlin Miller
A woman to be reckoned with, she was a member of both the Female Assisting Society and the Ladies Fugitive Aid Society who met in her home on October 8, 1856, while maintaining her position as head of the "Happy Family," a group of relations composed of more than 30 area families.

Franklin Richard Miller
Founder of the first tree farm in Pennsylvania and son of Cynthia Catlin Miller, he aided an injured fugitive slave who arrived at the Miller Mansion on April 7, 1857.

Clarissa Catlin Miles
A sister of Cynthia Catlin Miller and Aunt to the publisher of the abolitionist newspaper True American, she and her husband brought Frederick Douglass to dine with Cynthia at the Miller Mansion.
Added by CABrown on Jul 14, 2010 4:12 AM
RE: Richard B. Miller (Findagrave)
Hi, I apparently didn't check the dates, just added the photo. But it appears to be the right Cynthia. I removed the photo from your Richard and added a record for another Richard with the photo and dates to match. I really don't know anything about him, but there's a cemetery book at the library that "might" have more info. I will try to get up there to check it. I know some of the Millers were part of the Underground Railroad in Sugar Grove.
Added by CABrown on Jul 13, 2010 4:16 AM
John Thomas Harrington
The Winters Family appreciate your adding the middle name to John's memorial so that he can be more easily found. Thanks too for establishing his memorial!
Added by Lynn on Jul 05, 2010 5:25 AM
Mary Harrington
Thank you for linking the memorial for young Mary Harrington to her father Virgil's memorial.
Added by Lynn on Jul 01, 2010 7:52 AM
emtsuj Sto
RE: Elmwood Cemetery
Thanks for the note I will kept these names and watch for then one never knows. Thanks again
Added by emtsuj Sto on Mar 01, 2010 6:31 PM
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