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Bio Photo Started genealogy research in the fall of 2007. Researching the Cook and Pace families in Luzerne Co., PA, the Bedard family from Quebec and then Wisconsin and Michigan, the Gerdin family from Albacken, Jämtland, Sweden, Swanson family from Röttsjö, Sweden, Days, Perrys, Owens of Atlanta, GA, the Siefferman and Pace and Phares families of Hamilton Co., Ohio and the Oram and Cogger families of England.
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Jim McNamara
Ruby Ann Cronic Arnold
In researching the history of those interred in the Statham Cemetery, I've come up with some additional information that I'm certain you will want to add to the memorial in FindaGrave.

Ruby Ann Cronic Arnold

Ruby Ann Cronic, third child of Harrison Taylor Cronic and Martha Elizabeth (Lizzie) Titshaw Cronic, born October 10, 1899 in Hoschton, Jackson County, Georgia, died May 8, 1920 and buried in the Methodist Church Cemetery in Statham, Barrow County, Georgia. She was married to James Fredrick Arnold on April 20, 1920. She had been a college junior when she left school to marry. (From Titshaw and Cronic Families of America by Ann Acker Titshaw)

Added by Jim McNamara on Dec 17, 2012 3:41 PM
Tina Nichols Autry
Sara Owens
Sara Owens was my 3rd Great-grandmother.Do you know the birth and death dates for her second husband Edward Owens and Where he is buried..
Are you related to Sara?
Added by Tina Nichols Autry on Apr 19, 2011 6:44 PM
Jerry Case
RE: Memorials 40957336 & 40957347
I expect that you are correct. People also forget that standard spelling, especially for names, was quite late in coming to English. I've seen documents where someone's name was spelled three different ways! The different spellings make life a bit difficult for genealogists - maybe findagrave needs a soundex or phonetic search of some kind.
Thanks for the information.
Added by Jerry Case on Jul 08, 2010 7:41 PM
Jerry Case
Memorials 40957336 & 40957347
Greetings -
I am working on some Shupp cemetery records for the Luzerne County Courthouse Gang. Our records agree with yours for these two memorials except that our spelling of the surname is "Linn". It probably makes no real difference but I wondered if you had documentation on the LYNN spelling.
Jerry Case, Findagrave contributor 47045018
Added by Jerry Case on Jul 07, 2010 10:15 PM

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