|SHERYL MASON REYNOLDS (#47060601)|
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If you would like more Shellsburg information go to facebook and ask to be a friend of this site it is mine right now we have 225 members from Shellsburg maybe we can help you with what your interested in finding out...
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Names I am interested in
Mason from New York to Indiana to Iowa and Nebraska
Names from Iowa and beyond.
All Shellsburg Iowa names
My name is Sheryl Mason Reynolds and I have
lived in Shellsburg Iowa along time.
But I now live in Des Moines Iowa.
I have a ton of Shellsburg
my Van Fossen Hopper Cress Mason
Sanders Reynolds site.
Also I have a Fancis Sanders Site.
Please feel free to vist it.
I am interested in all family names
and have lived in Shellsburg, Iowa.
(If you have any corrections let me know)
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|Glenn Fleming||RE: BUCKLEY TRAINER STONE|
You are very welcome.I didn't realize until after I got home the Buckley's are buried next to them.I will try and get photos here in the next couple of days.
|Ellen Headington||RE: From the bottom of my heart|
You're very welcome.Ellen Headington
|Ellen Headington||RE: Catherine Reynolds Wilson|
You are very welcome. I also got photos of her husband and son's stones. Ellen Headington
You are welcome! :)
|Linda Sibley Zimmerman||Shanks/Parson|
Would you like me to transfer all the Shanks and Parson from the Saint Johns Cemetery to you. There not related to me I was just appalled what the church did to that cemetery, and wanted to document every one there.
|Linda Sibley Zimmerman||Mary Parson|
Help, Where do I find Mason Parson
Is he here! memorial # 3285758
Find A Grave contributor SHERYL MASON REYNOLDS has made a suggestion to you regarding your Find A Grave memorial for Mary Parson.
Link to memorial: http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=131181086
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|JOHN CHARLES MANTON||RE: George Graham|
That's just it, I am not getting paid one red cent to restore these records. The churches just take them with an insincere "thank you" and then benefit enormously from my arduous work. But what really gets my gourd is Ancestry.com copies my ledgers and then wants to charge people $100.00 for a six-month membership in order to use what I intended to be free. Google "Saint David's Protestant Episcopal Cemetery" (look for the one in Manayunk NOT Radner, PA), then look for "Find-a-Grave." Now, once you are at Saint David's, enter the name of "Phillip Gagle." The illustration of a ledger page on that memorial was taken directly from one of my restored ledgers, which the Historical Society of Pennsylvania had microfilmed. Ancestry.com scanned their microfilm and now passes my restored ledger of that burial ground, off as an "original" simply because I used an 1890 Spencerian script, once taught in the Philadelphia Public Schools, as my handwriting. All of this boggles my mind because I had no idea that all of this was going on until I asked the Find A Grave member where she had found the ledger to copy the page she placed in her memorial. So, be forewarned. What you do may be misconstrued as an unintended forgery. jcm.
|JOHN CHARLES MANTON||RE: George Graham|
You wrote: George Graham
I was wondering if you were related to the George Graham in Pennsylvania you posted a picture on find a grave. I am related to Emily Ann Graham placed there...
Added by SHERYL MASON REYNOLDS on Mar 07, 2015 12:59 AM
ANSWER: I am the "foremost" local historian of Roxborough-Manayunk according to the Philadelphia Historical Commission. As such, it is my job to restore burial ground records lost to fires during the 19th-20th centuries. To date I have restore the following:
Roxborough Presbyterian Churchyard, 1819-1919.
Saint David's P. E. Churchyard, Myl., 1832-1919.
Saint Timothy's P. E. Churchyard, Roxb., 1863-1919.
Saint John-the-Baptist R. C. Churchyard, 1860-1944.
Leverington Cemetery, Roxb. (2 vols.), 1870-1884.
The last two are still under construction and are therefore incomplete. I have entered extensively F-a-G entires for the Roxborough Baptist Church, Roxb. Presb. Chyd., & St. David's, Myk. So the entry that you refer to is possibly in one of these chyds. No "pictures" were ever attached to any memorial that I created, but I did attach a Death Certificate in some. I have no relation to those entries and I do not intend to enter anymore in future. -- jcm.
PS: George GRAHAM is an 1874 entry found in the restored St. David Burial Ledger, Mrk. Hope this helps.
|Mary Lou Porter||Norristown Meeting house grounds|
Hello I saw you have two ancestors buried here. I think my great grandfather George Robbins is buried here. I can't find out much about it. Do you know where exactly it is located? or who manages it?
Thank you for any help you can be. Mary Lou
|Brad Whitney||RE: Thank you|
You're very welcome, I'm glad I could help. I also posted pics for Henry and Jane.
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