|Cynthia Smith (#47171224)|
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My interest in history includes membership in the Slate Belt Historical Museum where I volunteer in the summer as an interpreter of local history for visitors. I am a volunteer at the Northampton County Historical and Genealogical Society in Easton, Pennsylvania. In addition I serve on the board of directors for the Old Union Cemetery of Stone Church in Upper Mount Bethel, PA. Quilting and writing stories about the ancestors in our family tree has kept me busy. I have been posting my stories on my Blog, "Who's Your Grammie" at http://whosyourgrammie.blogspot.com/.|
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|Karin Randall||John Good Grave 114675452|
I appreciate you asking for permission on John Good's family gravestone # 114675452. I had tried to figure out why these individuals are grouped on this large stone. It is not all of George Good's children. This cemetery has many other extremely large stones with group's of family members. Sometimes in addition to a large memorial stone, there are individual stones nearby, but not in this case.
I wonder if my John Good and your John Good are related at some point?
I have done a little research on my Good line in Williamsport. My ggg grandfather is John Good(1828-1908)m. Collins immigrated from Scotland, at age 22 and lived in Williamsport, PA. His father was John Good m.Ann Mawson - do not know if they came over with him.
I give you; Cynthia Smith permission to use the photo for John Good and his family.
Your blog is quite interesting and gives a fun approach to family research. I will have to look more at a later time.
Good Day, Karin