|Christina ||John Wolfe|
Sec L Lot 357
Susie Baker no date
Susan Wolfe d1920
John Wolfe d1935
Lotty Wolfe d1904
Maggie Wolfe d1902 (Margaret)
|Mary Farley||RE: Brisben|
I have indeed sent a message to Robin. She has not responded yet. I contacted the PA room in Center county library system. They show no William or Sarah being buried anywhere in Centre County. Thanks for your reply.
Would you by any chance have any proof of the death of William Brisbin. DAR won't accept find a grave information since there is no photo of the stone. I am also trying to find the same for his wife SArah. No one has been able to provide proof.
Also, there is a grave beside Harrison and Verna Haines of a child named Harry L. Haines, who died at the age of 8 (1901-1909). I can send you that picture for confirmation in your family records if you would like to make a memorial page for him.
Added by alexis on Jul 24, 2012 1:54 PM
|alexis ||RE: Strattanville Cemetery|
No worries...I just didn't want to double up on pictures if you didn't need them, but didn't want to delete them until I was sure. I will make sure the requests are taken off. Thanks!
Added by alexis on Jul 24, 2012 11:54 AM
|alexis ||Strattanville Cemetery|
I see you have several requests for photos of markers that you already have photos for. I went to the cemetery and took pictures of the requested stones. Was there a reason for the duplicates?
Added by alexis on Jul 24, 2012 9:40 AM
|Madeline Wilson||Elias Haines|
I am Madeline Wilson. My grandmother's, mother, was Sarah Catherine Haine's. Elias Haines', was her father. My cousins have done research on Elias Haines', but no one has found a photo. Do you have a photo? How are you related. Glad I found a relation! We know, he served in the Civil War. Be nice to hear from you.
|Deb Allison||RE: Avis Stanton Thomas headstone|
You're welcome. I believe this is one someone else had requested and I stumbled over it while transcribing the headstones for our local genelogical society, thus the chalk. I would never have found it, had my son not chalked it so I could read it to transcribe it.
Sorry it has taken me so long to respond.
|Undertaker's Gr-Granddaughter||Lillian McKesson|
Sorry to say, no headstone, just beautiful green grass. :o)
|Margaret Sopp||James Southard Miles|
I linked Uncle Jim to his parents, as you suggested.
Is your husband's connection through the Miles family or the Southard family?
Uncle Jim was a wonderful man - and my only uncle.
I remember his mother, Agnes, quite clearly. We visited her in Bellfountaine. Uncle Jim's father died before I was born. On one visit, she gave me a really neat toy stove that had belonged to Mary.
"Auntie" lived with Agnes. I think she must have been Agnes' sister.
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