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|Marcia ||Mary Ellen Davies|
Thank you for transferring My Great Aunt.
Added by Marcia on Nov 25, 2013 10:20 AM
Family is linked. Have a great day!
|S. J. Noel Kondek||Hope Cemetery Photos|
FYI, just back from PA. Made a point to photograph all the stones in the Hope cemetery cause both of us wanted a photo. Most are really badly weathered, but both of the ones we want are from the early 1900s so I thot they'd be decent. Well, I've posted all I could; have a few more photos that I can't match up but could NOT find the ones we want. Do you suppose they never got a stone?
|Brian J. Ensley||RE: Germany Lutheran Cemetery|
You know me- always staying active! I've been on leave for the past week so I figured I'd get out and get some exercise before the snow flies.
|Ed Fincke||RE: Richland Cemetery|
You are welcome.
|Tina Bokar||RE: Mary Polly Palmer|
Not sure if I ever responded to this? Okay so, I have my information from the Indiana Co, historical society. They have a very detailed lineage for the Palmers. Also, ancestry (somewhere on their site) has an insert from a book listing the line that Mary Polly is part of. There is David Jenkins Palmer Sr and JR. SR married Jane Bell whose parents are Thomas Bell and Mary Montgomery. JR married Jane Haddon. There are several trees on ancestry and for JR all of them show...David J. Palmer Sr and Jane Bell as the parents. If you have some information that is different? I would certainly be willing to listen. But from what I did find on the Palmers, this is correct information. The ancestry insert from the book...also shows Mary Polly marrying Rufus Shoup. Rufus and Mary are my ggg granparents. My gg grandmother was Agnes Jane Shoup of Blairsville, PA. JR was Mary Polly's brother. Please let me know if you research this line and have any questions?
|S. J. Noel Kondek||Tarr Transfer|
Thanks for the transfer.
|Joy Mahrer||RE: Frances R Falvo|
No problem. I'm happy to help. Joy
|Brian J. Ensley||RE: Henrietta Dishong Felton|
Thank you for adding the obits. Alot of people don't like obits on memorials, but it serves to prove the person is indeed in that cemetery, although most likely in an unmarked grave. Besides, obits are not private- they're published for all to see so I personally don't see an issue with them being used here.
|Myster Bytey||RE: Logan L Tarr|
you are most welcome.
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