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I've been doing genealogy since about 1985. I'm an amateur photographer and I enjoy strolling thru cemeteries on warm sunny days. I find them very peaceful. You may use my photos for your family tree purposes as long as you don't claim ownership.|
I'm happy to transfer management of any memorial to a close relative. Just ask!
Message me here or send an email to:
jenzroots @ gmail.com (without spaces of course!)
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|jeffrey||re: Freshcorn Frischkorn edits|
Thanks for the edits. I am glad that some of the information that I found could be of use in connecting the family.
Added by jeffrey on Sep 01, 2014 8:10 PM
|jeffrey||Freshcorn Frischkorn edits|
Hi Jen. I submitted some edits to you for Daniel and Catherina Frishkorn and John and Caroline Freshcorn buried in Wagoner Cemetery, as to family links and dates. The notation with their place of death should be New Sewickley Township but the scroll does not include New Sewickley. Anyway, I did some research on a house in New Sewickley that John and Caroline built and had the dates and places which I have provided. The couples are of no relation to me. Thanks. Jeffrey.
Added by jeffrey on Aug 21, 2014 10:05 AM
|Mary Ann||French Photo Requests|
I was able to fulfill 2 of the Frenches but I didn't see a marker for the remaining two. There is a marker for Albert M. and a Marguerite but there is no marker for Albert and Norma. Either they are buried on top of the other two Frenches and are unmarked or they are buried in one of the two unmarked plots on either side of the Albert/Marguerite. Best Wishes!
Added by Mary Ann on Jul 13, 2014 4:52 PM
|bcjones5||RE: Robert Scott - Gilmore Cem|
Here's two links. The first is to the free 1880 census on Ancestry.com. The second is to the page that lists Robert Scott.
I don't have any further info - I'm not related, just saw his headstone in Gilmore.
Added by bcjones5 on Apr 13, 2014 6:49 PM
|Bernard C. Alderson||Reply|
Yes, you certainly may use the photo for your personal family history. Annette McCurdy is my 2nd cousin twice removed. Her mother Mary was an Alderson. Contact me privately if you want further information
|Kuberek/Beerman||Jennette @ Robinson|
I also have family at Robinson Run. Perhaps the name Jennette is spelled differently than you have here?
|Richard Boyer||John Thorne marker - Homewood Cemetery|
John and his wife Jesse are buried next to each other. I can tell you John passed away 14 Dec 1941, buried 17 Dec 1941, born Butler, Pa., died at 7215 Whipple St. in Swissvale, Pa. He was aged 65 years, 8 months and 11 days at the time of his death and died of Coronary Thrombosis.
|Tabatha||In regards to William E.Critchlow|
My name is Tabatha and, I have come across two William Critchlows. However same spelling same name but, different dates so I am not sure if I have the wrong person or, if the wrong dates were caculated. I have found a William E. Critchlow 1912-1995 married to a Jean Pugh Critchlow 1920-2000.
Then there was a William E. Critchlow right ahead of this tombstone that read William E. Critchlow US MARINE CORPS GUNNERY SGT. FIFTH DIVISION INITIAL INVASION IWO JIMA WORLD WAR 11 his birthdate was recorded Jan,30 1912 he died in the Month of May on the 24th of 1995. Not sure if either of these two men may be the one your looking for however I did grab pictures of both of these. they were located in Oak Park Cemetary. Let me know if you are interested in the pic's. Until then I'll keep looking for the one you posted.
hope to hear from you soon you can contact me here under the name Tabatha or e- mail me at email@example.com,
Added by Tabatha on Apr 16, 2013 12:29 PM
|Anne Rupert||Lt William Edgar Brotherton|
Jen, - thank you for the information. I've updated his memorial and also linked him to his mother in that cemetery. Not related, just trying to preserve information. Thank you for your work. Anne
|Aavedt||Sister M.Florita Fleck CSA|
My thanks for the transfer. I have a virtual cemetery for the Sisters of Saint Agnes but I will still try to think of one that is easier to find by others.
Added by Aavedt on Sep 28, 2012 11:46 AM
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