|Debra Hymes (#47478035)|
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|Judy Lynch||RE: Sarah Knight|
I have many ancestors and relatives buried in Scottsville Cemetery, but Sarah Knight is not one of them so I am happy to transfer her memorial to you.
|Kathy Salazar||RE: Helen Daniels|
It was my pleasure. Thanks for the tip on Maria Salazar. Most of my Salazars are from Texas by way of Mexico so I doubt there is a connection but I added her name and location to my database...the more I dig the more I find connections all over the world. Thanks so much.
|Tim Daniels||Daniels in PA|
"Daniels in PA
Hi, Tim. My family tree goes back to the Montrose area in PA. My great-great-great-grandfather was James Daniels, born about 1812 in PA. Married to Alvira, born about 1819 in PA. One of his children was named Isaac. My great-great-grandfather was his son William Thode Daniels, born in 1843 in Montrose. The family later moved to Wisconsin, which is where James and Alvira died. Any relation to you? I hope to get up that way to research courthouse records.
Debbie Daniels Hymes"
What I have been able to find is 2 distinct Daniels families in Susquehanna County. If James was born in PA, he likely wouldn't have been related unless he was a cousin to Isaac http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=25929256 Isaac's father never came to PA and Isaac's son James was born abt 1843. Good luck on your search!
|Linda and William S.||RE: James & Alvira Daniels|
Yes, they're on the same stone!
And, sure: go ahead and use the pix on Ancestry.com! (Wow-cool!) :)
I remember you.. Napoleon Boneparte Hunnell is my great-grandfather, my grandpa is Peter David Hunnell, Jake's brother. Ask any questions I will try to answer. I can tell you what they did for a living. where they lived. etc...
Added by Linda on Apr 04, 2011 7:25 AM
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