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Garrett (#47287865)
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I've been interested in family history for most of my life. Most family comes from NE Ohio (Youngstown area) or North Carolina/South Carolina (Charlotte/York county).
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Patty LaBarge
Harry Caldwell Shea
Please add Lillian Shea Fennell to Harry's children. I don't have her birthday nearby, but she died sept, 1968, buried near her parents at Forest Lawn. Many of her (Lillian's)children are there as well.

lillian was my grandmother, and I remember Aunt Madge and Aunt Laura very well.

Patty Smith LaBarge (daughter of Bertha Fennell Smith.
Added by Patty LaBarge on Jun 03, 2014 10:51 AM
Lia Douglas
RE: Hodges at pleasant grove
in this cemetery are no Hodges at all
Added by Lia Douglas on Apr 17, 2012 11:55 AM
Your quite welcome it's my pleasure to honor your ancestors for you.
Added by cryptkeeper on Oct 04, 2010 12:12 PM
Susan I. Grills
RE: Whitleys
No, not related to the Whitleys. Just a findagrave contributor who has been working on doing memorials at the huge Sharon Memorial Park. I try to use censuses, death certificates, etc. to do good memorials rather than just listing name and dates.
Added by Susan I. Grills on Sep 02, 2010 2:30 PM
Robert Trumbull
Margaret Luemma Lash Shea
I too have been interested in family history for a long time. I am a descendant of Laura Isabelle Lash Champion, a sister to Margaret Luemma Lash Shea. Laura is my great grandmother.

We have her father as Louis "Ralph" Lash. We note that you use the middle name "David". The middle initial "R" is on his tombstone in Kittanning Cemetery, Kittanning, Armstrong County, Pennsylvania. His grave is on Findagrave. To read the "R", you have to enlarge the picture. I have also personnally seen the stone. I would grant you that tombstones are not always correct. My maternal grandmother has her year of birth on her stone as 1882 but was actually born in 1878. She was in the 1880 census as a 2 year old and her full birthdate was found in several Civil War pension applications for her father.

At any rate, what is your source for "David" as a middle name. We have not run across "David" anywhere except on your Findagrave record. Thanks for shedding light on it for us!

We would be glad to share information with you if you would like.

Added by Robert Trumbull on Aug 15, 2010 10:08 AM

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