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Rosemary Thornton (#47166709)
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Bio Photo Doing genealogy for several years. Love cemetery searching and photographing stones!
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Asa Cheney gravestone photo
May I have your permission to download the photo of the gravestone of Asa Cheney (Memorial# 10584554)?
I would like to upload it into my Ancestry family tree.
Thank you for your consideration.
-Ro Fleury
Added by MissKitty on Oct 09, 2014 10:08 PM
Gary Jacobson
David and Dorothy (St. John) Ross
Dear Rosemary,

I have been seeking the burial place for David and Dorothy (St. John) Ross who both died in Leon Township in 1860. Their sons, Alexander and Ahiman Ross are buried at the Treat Memorial Cemetery. Alexander died in 1867 and Ahiman in 1891. It is very likely that David and Dorothy (St. John) Ross are buried in this cemetery, but there is no mention of them in the sources I have found.

Is there anything you have access to that would suggest that they are buried at Treat Memorial Cemetery?


Gary Jacobson
Added by Gary Jacobson on Sep 30, 2013 8:43 AM
James Cline
Elkton Cemetery
We have walked the Elkton Cemetery looking for photo requests. Many of the older grave stones look to be missing, broken, or unreadable. The two Taylors, David and Elizabeth, that you have requested could be among those markers. There are many that are still standing but not in a readable condition. Jim C.
Added by James Cline on Jul 29, 2012 2:50 PM
I am a relative of the Hays/Taylor family that you have documented on here. Do you have any additional information that would be helpful? Pictures are also greatly appreciated. Thanks!
Added by Nina on Jan 04, 2012 7:17 AM
RE: Sarah Smith Conro
I actually live in Utah and go back to Iowa to visit periodically. SO I can take another photo next time we go back to visit.
Added by GSeibel on Nov 13, 2011 9:04 AM
Cindy Wadding
RE: Rickard
You're Welcome. I'm going to be updating Perryville Cemetery. Recheck it in a few days to see if anybody else is there that you might need.
Added by Cindy Wadding on Sep 18, 2011 6:12 PM
Sherry Bish Jesberger
David and Elizabeth (Krieger) Taylor are my great greats too. David's death record from the Elk Co., PA courthouse just says that he is "buried in Centerville"(which was the old name for Kersey). Elkton was really the only cemetery that made sense for him to be buried in, and I speculated that he was probably there. But there are no stones anywhere for David or Elizabeth.
Added by Sherry Bish Jesberger on May 19, 2011 12:02 PM
Sherry Bish Jesberger
David Taylor
Rosemary, just found your request for pictures of the graves of David Taylor and Elizabeth (Krieger) Taylor in the Elkton Cemetery in Kersey, PA. Unfortunately, we just don't know if they are buried there. If they are, their graves are unmarked.
Added by Sherry Bish Jesberger on May 19, 2011 11:29 AM
Melinda Trayer Nobles
No she is the only one there. He is in Westview, Starbrick I presume by my earlier finds. The 2 cemeteries are ~5 miles apart.
Added by Melinda Trayer Nobles on May 09, 2011 1:12 PM
Melinda Trayer Nobles
Sorry it took me so long to respond. I was out of town for almost a week.
The only date on Sarah's stone is 1852 (death).
William is in Westview, 20 Jan 1869 (death). That's all I have for now. Did you get a chance to look at that 1850 census ?
Added by Melinda Trayer Nobles on May 09, 2011 11:42 AM
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