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|I have been researching the following families since 1999:|
Hoenstine, Brubaker, Lytle, Eicher, Finnegan, Dively, Burkhart, Kiser, Langham, Cox, Swartz, Claar, Plowman, Newcomer, Winslow, Trant, Trammell, Cullifer, Pickering, Landers, Godsey, Ellis, Broxson, Pearce, Sheffield, Helton
I have several pictures from these various families.
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|Ruby M. Kelley||Burk Cemetery at Gun Club|
Very interested in Henry Feathers and Mary Burk Family, I am descended from the Ickes family in Pa and these Feathers are descendents of mine. I have information on Clara and Jenny but can't find anything in the others, Anything appreciated,
|Cyndy Cox||Quaker Knobs|
I havae photographed this cemetery and did not find the photo you requested. Sometimes, you need different conditions to be able to read these stone. I have added it to my list to check the next time that I go.
|Richard D. Welch||RE: Nancy Ann Pickering|
Your very welcome Marc. I also have a photo for a William Price Pickering 1858-1913. Not sure if there is a memorial page for him?
I checked the office and walked the area, and there is no stone for Henry Cox. This is common in the reserve area.
Added by Kat on Aug 23, 2008 12:39 PM
Well, I looked and I couldn't find him. There are a lot of unreadable stones and field stones in the cemetery, so he may be one of those. In fact, there was a field stone near some other Pickering stones, so that may be him. No way to know.
Anyway, I took pictures of some other Pickering stones in the cemetery which I'll add to the site. Maybe some are relatives?
We just want to say thank you so much for adding this photo .
Added by Tasha on Jul 27, 2008 1:46 PM
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