|Colleen Sanders Broyles||RE: Overleese Cemetery in Rush Co., Indiana|
I hope that they let you!!!! For sure keep me posted...I will gladly help with the work needed there in my "off time" from work! Good luck
Elizabeth Sturges Jones
I believe this is a duplicate for memorial #133301113. Per ancestry the Pennsylvania vital records list a Elizabeth wife of Samuel Z Jones dying in Pennsylvania in 1797.
|Barb MacNeil||Rachel Pollock|
Rachel Pollock married Henry Davis. They had a son named Henry Van Meter Davis. Henry Van Meter Davis married Mary Ann Copeland and Katherkne/Catherine Callahan. Feel free to email and you can take a look at my ancestry tree on Ancestry.com.
|Barb MacNeil||POLLOCK DAVIS FAMILY|
I have a pretty extensive Pollock tree. If you will give me the name/names of people you are interested in knowing about, email me back and I'll let you view my Duncan -Scribner tree. Guy Duncan ( in the tree) was a Pollock. The VanMeter name sounds familiar.
Looking forward to hearing from you.
I'm excited to be in contact with you regarding this family. They have been extremely important in my life and will be glad to share with you anything I have.
|JUDY WHISLER||CONRAD PRICE|
I JUST LEARNED THAT MY ISAAC AND MARY ROTHROCK PRICE'S PARENTS WERE CONRAD AND CATHARINE BARSTLER PRICE.
ISAAC AND MARY ARE BURIED IN THE EARLY MAITLAND CEM IN MIFFLIN CO PA.
DO YOU KNOW IF THIS IS THE CONRAD YOU PLACED IN FIND A GRAVE
Hello, I wanted to thank you for the info on the Beals family. Very helpful
Added by PhilKel on Feb 23, 2016 6:50 PM
|Catherine Lahousse||Hannah (Beaman) Wilson 157148561|
I'm working on adding the last of the photos to North Burial Ground in Lancaster, MA. I'll see if there is a photo for Hannah's stone but I think she is probably in Old Common Burial Ground, Lancaster which was in use in the 1700's. North Burial Ground was not in use until 1800. There are only about 140 people buried there. It's very small and none of the death dates of anyone buried there are before 1800. There's also North Village Cemetery which has a few burials from the late 1700's. I'll let you know as soon as I get the rest of the photos done if I have one for her. Just want to be sure she's in the right place to make it easier to find her if you decide to visit or want a photograph of her stone.