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I'm researching my family roots and my husbands. Family names include: Sechrist, Maneval, Hughes, Tanner, Boyd, Purvis, Hagar (Hager), Hart, Mahaffey, Knight, Woodward, Newland, Schoffstall, Lebo, Shepley, Erdman, Ochs, Troutman, Scheib, Corsnitz, Nace, Hoke, and many more.|
Especially looking in Lycoming, Tioga, Bradford, Dauphin, Northumberland, & Schuylkill Counties in Pennsylvania.
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|Allan Laughman||Photo Request|
Thanks, So much for the photo. I did not know I had a great Uncle in WWII. I knew I had a great deal of family interned in the Mummerts meeting house cemetery. Most recently my Grandmother Geneva Laughman his sister and the baby of the family. Also the last of the family. I cannot tell you what this means to me. Thanks again.
Allan L Laughman
|Tricia Holt||Bosserman photo|
Thank you so much!
|Robert David Miller||Henry Nace transfer|
Frankie, I sent my Henry over to you because of the picture of his wife's headstone in case you want to use it. I can tell you that the wife at least is buried in Oak Hill Cemetery which is right next to the Mount Carmel Cemetery. One common mistake for people like you is that there was also a small village known as Alaska that the Mount Carmel Cemetery was named after. But the entire area was known as Alaska or Alaska Junction and that's where the mistake comes from on a death certificate. I will send the wife over to you as well. There may not have been anyone alive to have the death date inscribed on the headstone or notice the incorrect birth date. You may do what you wish with the memorials. Sincerely, Robert Miller
|Bill Siebert||Old Sebring Cemetery|
I noticed that you created memorials for some of our Maneval common ancestors in the old derelict Sebring cemetery. I have been back there a couple of times and except for a stone or two there is not much in the way of transcribable inscriptions.
I am wondering about the source of your information.
Jeremie and his wife Susanna Pastre (and family) were the original Manevals and are back there.
Feel free to contact me at Gp30sieb@Verizon.net
North Street Cemetery in Portland, Maine.
|Frank K.||Roosevelt Cemetery|
Get on to Interstate 81 North until you get to exit 32 (Central Square)
Turn left unto County Route 49, go through Central Square. Once you have crossed Rt 11, it is about 6 miles to the cemetery.
It will be on your left.
Added by Frank K. on Sep 28, 2014 11:08 AM
|Paul Smith||Annie "Nancy" Sheaver Westheaffer|
Re: memorial 135654015&
I want to verify with you that Annie's nick name was "Nancy". Can you tell me where you came up with Nancy? I am happy if it is true, because It would clear up my research. I knew there was a Nancy because of the census records through 1880.
The tombstone of Nathan Westheaffer says that he is the son of Jacob and Annie. Jacob is burried next to Nathan in the Hoffer Cemetary near Deodate.
If you can clarify for me that Annie and Nancy are the same person, I would be greatly appreciative.
Also, thank you for bringing to my attention the duplication of Aaron and Fianna Westheaffer. I am correcting that with contributer Bruce Speck.
|Jim Bramble||Frank Williams - Find A Grave Memorial# 5636556|
Frankie - do you want me to transfer your grandparents over? if so, send me a list of the #'s you would like - can take care of it over the weekend
|Charolette Gould Lathers Brown||Pumpkin Hill Cemetery|
Go to the above address for the cover page for Pumpkin Hill Cemetery. Bob BLAKESLEE took these photos in 2009. He visited the cemetery for me this last year to try and find more stones. If you click on that page you will get a list of about 47 memorials some of which do have photos of the tombstones still there but not in their proper placements. Caroline (DRURY) WOOD #42699215 and Sally A. (WOOD) BENSON #4267068 have good up close pictures on their memorials taken by Bob. If you go through each of the listed memorials it should give an idea of what the place looks like if you remember the fall tree shown on it is where the cemetery is located and all the other pictures have been taken around and under it. I hope this helps you and if you do go please post pictures to keep Pumpkin Hill updated. Thanks
|Charolette Gould Lathers Brown||Gould Unmarked Graves|
Pumpkin Hill Cemetery is actual in ruins with few headstones and those that remain have been moved around within the area and are very difficult to read. My direct line through my father, Philander and Patience are my gg grandparents. Their son Royal Rose GOULD is my g grandfather who kept family history alive through my grandfather, Benjamin Reddington GOULD, Sr. Many of those on Bailey Creek kept in touch by mail and visits some staying for extended periods of time. The old GOULD residence was on Bailey Creek near Pumpkin Hill Cemetery. My grandparents visited the area with some of the cousins as did my Uncle Wayne prior to his death a number of years ago.
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