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|ann thorpe||frick Lakeview Cemetery|
I will check later today for Edward Frick. It is a large plot with many graves some (I think)have not been added to Find a Grave yet. The cemetery is huge and I don't think even half are listed.
|Sara Stewart||McKelvey, John & Amanda, Rural Valley PA|
Good news - I found John and Amanda McKelvey's stone in Rural Valley cemetery. The vegetation in the old part of the cemetery was cleaned up this summer and more stones, including theirs, are visible and accessable.
Also on the stone was Leah E. McKelvey (1844-1906). 1900 census shows that she was John's 2nd wife. I built a memorial # 118270362 for her. Will gladly transfer it to you.
|Carol Dauer||RE: KRUEGER|
You're welcome. Glad to do it.
|David Harmon||RE: Caylor and Espey|
I am related (a cousin) through Amos first wife, Elizabeth Peninah Harmon Caylor. Alice was his second wife after she died.
|C. Bryan||RE: Hildebrandt and Ewin|
You're very welcome. They're in the lower eastern secion of that area, which is raised and surrounded by statues. New construction of a giant mausoleum will commence right across the street in a few months, so the neighborhood is improving. cb
Added by C. Bryan on Sep 18, 2013 7:39 AM
|Aimee Watson Davis||RE: Serrien's|
You are most welcome. I thought their markers and the main stone were impressive. Glad I could help!
|Karla Moore||RE: Rearick|
You are certainly welcome. I'm happy to help!
|Dan Ryan||RE: John Franklin Huitt|
You are welcome, glad I could help.
Added by Dan Ryan on Aug 13, 2013 10:38 AM
I have posted photos of your request. I have also posted other Engel headstones. Perhaps they are also family?
|Mary Denzinger||RE: Frederick J Gilliland|
You are very welcome for the photo. Sorry there was no stone there yet. His marker was next to Jessie and Russell Gilliland's gravestones. Were they possibly his parents?
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