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|Powerpuff Girl||RE: Virginia Stevens|
You are very welcome for the photo. Your note about the Seum stone was helpful since your mothers marker is flat.
|Mary and Charlie Burrow||ISAAC GRIM AT CHARTIERS CEMETERY|
A tombstone photo is now posted! And he is in the Civil War area of the Veteran's section.
Mary and Charlie
|Caron Mosey||Grim family|
I am also researching the same Grim family... Archie and Jennie Grim. I am related to the Spence family:
1880 Census, PA:
John Spence, white male, age 36, married, laborer, worked 5 months of last year, cannot read or write, born PA, father and mother both born PA.
Margaret Spence, age 25, wife, keeps house, cannot write, born PA, father and mother both born PA.
Emma Grim, age 28, Sister-in-law, married, living at home, cannot read or write, born PA, father and mother both born PA.
John Watson, age 59, Uncle, married laborer, working 10 months of last year, wounded, born PA, father and mother both born PA.
Margaret Watson, age 59, Aunt, born Ohio, father and mother born New Jersey.
Isaac Grim, age 40, brother-in-law, laborer, worked 3 months of last year, cannot write. Born PA, father and mother both born PA.
John, Archie, James Grim, nephews. John Grim, age 2, born PA
Archie Grim, age 8, born PA
James Grim, age 11, born PA
Caron Mosey caronmosey@gmail..com
|E.M. Smith||RE: George Spriggs|
Thank you for your kind words! They really mean a lot. I've added Mr. Spriggs obit. If you want to manage his page, I'd be glad to transfer. I went in search of the Milldale Cemetery because a relative -- John Biars -- was buried there. There was no information online. Someone suggested asking the county funeral directors about the graveyard. But they'd never heard of it. Luckily a cousin who lives nearby knew generally where it was and, upon arriving at the location, a neighbor pointed the way. FYI: the Portsmouth Library has a map. I can e-mail you a copy if you want to go exploring. The area where we were is very overgrown. You can e-mail me here or via my Web site -- http://wva.homestead.com -- if you want a copy. I've put all the information that I have in a report and gave a copy to the local genealogy society.
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