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GLWICK (#46976237)
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I am a professional genealogist working in the Northwest region.
I specialize in Revolutionary and Civil War research, Augusta Co., Virginia and Western Pennsylvania colonial history and Forensic Genealogy. I am a graduate of the BU Genealogical Research Certificate Program and a member of the Association of Professional Genealogists. I have been researching my family tree for over a decade and am now helping others with their research.
Please feel free to contact me if you have any questions.
Best Regards,
Greg Wick

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Lori Kane
Levi Sapp
Greg good to meet you. I like Lisa am related to Levi Sapp I would like ti share information with you my email
Added by Lori Kane on May 01, 2016 8:23 AM
Lori Kane
Levi Sapp
Levi and Susan have a daughter
Mary Jane Sapp
B:1845 Kent Co Delaware
D:1870 Missouri
M: Samuel Sapp
Isaac Edward Sapp
B: 12/26/1867
Montrose, Henry County, Missouri
D: 5/4/1925
Norwood Park, Illinois
Added by Lori Kane on May 01, 2016 8:09 AM
RE: John McInroy headstone
Hi Greg! I went back to Old Scots Cemetery today. I took another photo of Mr. McInroy's headstone and surrounding environs, to better show how his burial is set off from the rest of the cemetery. In the photo I have uploaded I am standing in the most northeast corner of the cemetery, about ten feet from the headstone. You can see that the stone is about three feet from the mowed portion of the cemetery, in the underbrush surrounding it. It's my belief that this was the original burial site, but why they didn't mow out there is anyone's guess! Please let me know if you have any more questions about the stone. I'm happy to revisit.
Added by Lydia on Jul 27, 2015 12:11 PM
RE: John McInroy headstone
Hi! The placement of the headstone seemed natural and from what I remember, it didn't look as though it had been moved. This will be easier to ascertain when there's less vegetation, though. I think it's likely that there are rocks or some other kind of obstruction in the bushes around this stone that make it hard to mow around. I have to go back to re-take a photo for someone else so I'll also try to get a wider angle photo that's more indicative of the larger picture.
Added by Lydia on Jul 13, 2015 5:24 PM
john komar
John McInroy
Greg, I have requested information on John's grave from Sharon 48132206. I now live in Phoenix and can't double check the gravestone. What I have entered was what was on the stone. John
Added by john komar on Mar 22, 2015 3:52 PM
Lisa L

my email is:
Added by Lisa L on Apr 13, 2011 11:58 AM
Lisa L
Levi Sapp
I was researching my Sapp family line for the first time and through your entry discovered the my ggggrandfather Sapp is in Iowa, not Illinois, like we all thought. Are you related to Levi Sapp? I'd love to share any family info if you are.
Added by Lisa L on Apr 11, 2011 8:09 AM
Cindy Baldogo
You're very welcome
It was my pleasure. McDuffie Cemetery is a tiny, "almost abandoned" cemetery. Sadly, most of the stones are in very bad shape, and many are almost completely destroyed. Someone has made an attempt to fix some of them, but it's a little too late for most of them. I'm glad I was able to photograph the McDuffie children's stones for you. Take care! Cindy B.
Added by Cindy Baldogo on Mar 24, 2008 11:16 AM

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