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Linda Skunda (#47516734)
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Bio Photo I am so happy to be a member of this wonderful web site! I am grateful to be of service to those who need photos of gravestones in my area; it is my pleasure to pay forward all the kindnesses I have received in my own research.

If you would like me to transfer management of any of your relatives, I will be happy to do so as long as they are either unrelated to me or your relation is closer than mine.

I have been involved in genealogy since I was in high school, but ever since the Internet my research has really taken off!
My primary research area is the Kiffer family; I am a direct descendant of Frederick Kiffer and Eliza Ann Knisley of Forest County.
Other areas of research include the St. John, Prather, Larkins, Wilkins, Henry, Wellman, Holbrook, Sargent, Crunkleton, Myers, Learned, Rogers, Horn, Fogle, Spahman, Stratton, and Boal families.

I am trying to visit cemeteries in my area and provide photos and transcripts as often as possible. I am so thankful for the people who started this web site; I only wish I had thought of it first!
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Pam
Dodds
Thanks again, Linda! Pam
Added by Pam on Feb 12, 2012 5:25 PM
Pam
Dodds
Thank you so much for the transfer, Linda. And thank you for all you do to help. Pam
Added by Pam on Feb 09, 2012 10:45 PM
Mary and Charlie Burrow
JONES AND ROGERS AT UNIONDALE CEMETERY
Hi!

Just wondering if you received the regular e-mail I sent you November 1?

Mary
Added by Mary and Charlie Burrow on Nov 05, 2011 3:20 PM
Mary Ellen
Errett Cemetery
Hi,

I would very much like to see a photo of Hannah Errett's tombstone. She was the first wife of John George Errett (17 Jul - 22 Apr 1879) also in this cemetery.

Hannah was born abt 1803 in Hempfield Twp., Westmoreland Co., PA, the daughter of Jacob Haines (22 Sept 1775 - 17 Mar 1846) and Maria Margaretha Kain (abt.1776 - 17 Aug 1817.

Mary Ellen
Added by Mary Ellen on Aug 07, 2011 8:04 PM
Cindy Wadding
RE:Samuel Kiffer
Hi Linda,
When I was going thru the Clarion County Cemetery listings, I saw Frogtown Cemetery with Samuel Kiffer's name as the only one. He's actually at Salem Cemetery in Frogtown. I have a photo of his stone and his wife's. I only know this because they are side-by-side and it has wife of Samuel. Thought you might want to move it as I'm getting ready to update their records.
Cindy
Added by Cindy Wadding on Jul 16, 2011 8:55 AM
C Cox
Fisher
Linda,

Thanks so much for taking the time to get this photo for me. I really appreciate it.

Carolyn
Added by C Cox on Jun 16, 2011 8:05 PM
KAREN LOVY
DAVID
Thank you so much for the photo karen
Added by KAREN LOVY on Jun 02, 2011 8:31 AM
Charles Patterson
Munnell Headstones
Linda,

Thanks you for your time and wonderful photo, it is very much appreciated.

Sincerely,

Charles Patterson
Added by Charles Patterson on Jun 01, 2011 7:52 PM
Bonnie
Shalenberger
Thank You so much for the Shalenberger grave photos of my Gr Gr Grandparents. I really appreciate it.
Bonnie Seech-Dailey
panther7775@yahoo.com
Added by Bonnie on Jun 01, 2011 7:39 PM
Michael Milliken
Graceland Cemetery
Linda,
Thank you very much for locating, photographing and posting photos of my Milliken relatives at Graceland Cemetery. I really appreciate these additions to their online memorials. Thank you again!
Added by Michael Milliken on Jun 01, 2011 4:53 PM
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