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Audrey LeRew (#46986765)
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Bio Photo My fathers line is Kornbau and his mother is Shearer. My mothers line is Eisensmith and her mother is Ness
I spend many hours each day working on my genealogy. In good weather I walk cemetaries looking for dates.
I retired last year.
My husband is Robert Lerew and his parents are Cora Meda Darr and Paul Eugene Lerew son of Emory Lerew and Martha Day
I also work on the Aldinger, Aughenbaugh, Lerew,
Ferree, Eisensmith, Hengst, Stoner, Halpin, Parthemer, and a few more not directly related lines in my genealogy
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Michael Cannon
RE: Hamilton Fincher
You're welcome, it's my pleasure.
Added by Michael Cannon on Jul 24, 2014 12:21 PM
Stevie West
RE: Ella Fincher Rhodes
No problem...anytime. I've added her husband's grave as well.
Added by Stevie West on Jul 06, 2014 11:59 AM
Robert David Miller
Ruth S Haddock
Thank you for the information about Ruth, I have added it to her memorial and gave you credit.
Added by Robert David Miller on Jun 27, 2014 6:30 PM
RE: Boonzy Fincher
You're very welcome. I'm glad I could help.
Added by Jonathan on May 18, 2014 11:43 AM
Robert Viguers
RE: No problem
Added by Robert Viguers on Apr 03, 2014 8:18 AM
Robert Viguers
RE: No problem
Forgive, but now after all this back and forth e-mails, I forget which memorial we are talking about! Remind me if you will. Thanks
Added by Robert Viguers on Apr 03, 2014 7:07 AM
Robert Viguers
RE: No problem

No Problem is what I meant, as I understand cenotaphs, Find A Grave wants to know about duplicate markers so that it can have a good count of number of entries, this link is for one I made and if you look at it you will find that you can link to where he's really buried. The Find A Grave rules are more detailed on how to handle them. It's been awhile since I've read them. What ever you want on the other, I'll do what you want. As far as Shoops is concerned, I found several that were entered in Shoop's that should have been in Shoop's Garden of Rest but I'm glad I didn't go to wrong cemetery to look for a stone---Shoop's is big and it would have been most frustrating! Have a good day, on way to breakfast with group of prayer warriors.
Added by Robert Viguers on Apr 02, 2014 5:57 AM
Robert Viguers
RE: Now problem
Shoop's is along Rt. 22 and he is in Shoop's Garden of Rest on Locust Lane about two miles away, Garden of Rest owned by Shoop's but Shoop's getting full. I photographed all the stones I found in Shoop's first then photographed stones in Shoop's Garden of Rest so I know where he is, stone in cemetery in York should be noted as a Cenotaph and Find A Grave wants to know that too. Hope that helps.

Added by Robert Viguers on Apr 01, 2014 6:30 PM
Robert Viguers
Now problem
Would you have any heartache if I asked Find A Grave to merge our two memorials? Or I can update, no matter.
Added by Robert Viguers on Apr 01, 2014 3:51 PM
Dennis Brandt
RE: Henry Horn 1843 1929
The data comes from his pension file. Reusing the name of a deceased child for a subsequent child was not uncommon in the 19th century. It is interesting, though, that I have both Harrys being born on October 23. I suppose I could have misread something. Often, the pension contains multiple lists of children whose names and dates vary, and sometimes the handwriting is atrocious. You might want to pull his pension file yourself.
Added by Dennis Brandt on Mar 25, 2014 5:35 AM
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