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|Started genealogy research about three years ago. I have been helped along the way by sites just as this one and people just trying to help people. I hope my small contribution helps others as I have been helped. If you find any errors, please contact me so I can make the correction.|
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|rfb Jenkins||Arthur James Bista, 84|
Please update this memorial.
|rfb Jenkins||Arthur James Bista, 84|
Arthur James Bista, 84
Find A Grave Memorial# 34082689
Please update Mr Bista's memorial, I sent several requests using the EDIT button and got no response.
Arthur James Bista
Born August 28, 1924 at the family home in Newark, NJ, he was the son of the late Emil and Frances Barbara Chmewleska Bista.
He was a US Marine Corps veteran who served during WWII in the Pacific Theater.
He died Saturday, October 25, 2008 at Wayne Memorial Hospital.
He was preceded in death by his wife Claire M. Farley Bista who died in 2003.
He was a member of St. Vincent DePaul Church in Plymouth and attended St. John the Evangelist Church in Honesdale. He was also a member of the VFW in Larksville.
Hessling Funeral Home
|Linda & Joe Richards||Wightwick photo request|
Hi Donna, Back in January, you said you had photographed the entire St. Vincent's Cemetery. You posted a photo of the tombstone of Francis A. Wightwick for me. I have made a photo request for Nora Wightwick's tombstone. Her tombstone should be next to Francis'. If you have a photo of her tombstone, I would appreciate it if you could fulfull this photo request. Thank you.
|Tweety Emmett||William T. Emmett|
Hi Donna B.
Thank you for posting my dad's tombstone on Find a Grave.
|Linda Herrington||Clifton Springs Church Cemetary|
I lived close to this cemetery growing up. Do you remember taking photos of three graves surrounded by a wrought iron fence. Two females and one male and all different last names.The only one I remember is Sarah Johnson and she died 9-14- ?. I would really appreciate any info you could give me.Thanks so much Linda Herrington
|Shirley Ann Rankin||Thomas J Dillon|
Thank you very much for posting the photo on his memorial.
|Linda & Joe Richards||Tombstone of Francis A. Wightwick|
Thank you for taking the time to get a photo of the tombstone. I didn't know where he was buried until I found it on findagrave. Also, your photo allowed me to find the burial location of his wife, Nora, who is buried beside him. This adds missing information in my family tree.
|Paul E Twist||Collier Gravesite Photo|
Great appreciation for the photo and the extra mile taken to add information about William. The Colliers are my mothers side of the family originally from Ireland and found their way to Pennsylvania mostly in coal mining and my great grandfather Michael E Collier, buried in Pittston, served in the civil war.
Paul E Twist
Las Cruces, NM
|Deb Thomas||Grega Grave|
Thanks for your help. It's GREATLY appreciated. I wish I could repay the favor, so if you ever need a grave picture in the are of Lakeland, Florida, I'm your person!
|j fiorellino||james j riley|
donna, I don't know who you are, but I want to thank you from the bottom of my heart. I live in Bonita Springs, FL and spent many a summer vacation in Plymouth as a child vacationing with my maternal grandparents on Franlin St., Mary and Michael Basta, buried in St. Mary's cemetery and, my paternal grandparents Alice Riley Thomas and David William Thomas, who lived at 206 E. Main St., second floor. This site is no longer, as hurricane Agnes swept through the Bull Run area. The buildings were replaced with (I think) senior citizen housing.
I will memorialize this grave.
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