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Dihann (#46890696)
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Bio Photo I've been into genealogy since 1999. I've found allot! I'm a 53 year old Mother of one son. I have several cats and one dog. I love animals, children, crafts, flowers.
I love genealogy because it is a way of never forgetting where you come from and from whom!
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Sheila Duplaga
Amos Ellsworth Horner
I have a correction to your posting. You show a Amos Ellsworth Horner 1867-1943 as the husband of Rebecca Horner 1812-1871. The dates can not be. Her husband is a Amos Horner 1807-1848. I have added him to the cemetery listing. Amos Ellsworth Horner had two wives-Mary Cargo 1873-1935 and Madonna McCann 1900-1968. This information is from Our Horner Ancestors by Virginia Horner Hinds. I am a descendant of the Horner Family. Thanks Sheila
Added by Sheila Duplaga on Mar 03, 2014 8:37 PM
MInerva Ferrell Cain Braden
After her first husband died, Minerva Ferrell Cain was remarried to Ezekiel Braden. They lived in Greene County Pennyslvania. He died in 1905. She died in 1912, and was buried in Greene Grove Cemetery, Greene Co., Pennyslvania. See Memorial #74232277.

Ezekiel Braden was my GG Grandfather. I received this information and photo of her headstone from the GG Granddaughter of Minerva Ferrell Cain Bradeen.

Take care, Silvia
Added by Silvia on Jan 08, 2012 12:49 PM
Candace Millsop
Ludt Family
Hi again! I had put in a request for gravestone photos but I received an email stating they were unable to locate any of the stones I requested. Do we have proof they are actually buried there? Thanks!!! ~ Candace
Added by Candace Millsop on Jun 15, 2011 9:00 PM
Irene Lewis
I am researching my family tree and I am trying to locate the cemetery where 2 of my ancestors are buried. All I know is that they were buried near East Millsboro, Pennsylvania. I'm looking for William Horner (b:1750, d: June 9, 1829) and his wife, Susannah (b:Aug. 17, 1754, d: November 7, 1810). Any help you can provide would be greatly appreciated.
Thanks, Pat.
Added by Irene Lewis on Apr 30, 2011 6:58 PM
Candace Millsop
Frank/Elizabeth Ludt
Do you have proof of all these children like census records or something like that? This is one of my collateral lines and would be interested to know what source you have. Thanks!
Added by Candace Millsop on Jan 30, 2011 3:42 PM
Callista O'Connell
Thanks for this listing. J. O'Connell is my great grandfather.
Added by Callista O'Connell on Jan 30, 2010 8:09 PM
Deborah C
Rose Cecilia Felbaum Bridge
I have an ancestor whose name was Rose Kachermeyer who was married to a CJ Bridge in PA. I think this may be her but you have the maiden name as Felbaum. What sources can I look up to comfirm? Thanks a bunch.
Added by Deborah C on Nov 06, 2009 11:40 AM
jim prall
hi,do you know anything about the mcmichael family,james t 1900,1910,1920 brownsville,pa.thought reuben might be his dad
Added by jim prall on Dec 23, 2008 9:46 PM
Sharon Smith
Olmstead Photos
Hi Dihann,

There were more Olmstead graves beside the one I took for you. If you are interested in them aswell let me know and I will email them to you directly. You are more then welcome for the photo, we all try to help each other, as people have done it for me, and this is favor returned by helping others.

Added by Sharon Smith on Jul 02, 2008 12:15 PM
Marc Thayer, III
Milton Thayer


Thanks for the information on Milton Elsworth Thayer.


Marc Thayer
Added by Marc Thayer, III on Jun 24, 2008 5:46 PM
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