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Andrea Stewart (#47551851)
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Dave Scherzer
Many Thanks
Dear Andrea, Many thanks for the picture of the tombstone of Eliphalet Sparks. It must have been hard to find it in all the snow. You must be a saint, going out to the cemetery with all that snow on the ground and I am sure it wasn't easy to find the snow covered stones. Your help is much appreciated. Dave in PA.
Added by Dave Scherzer on Jan 08, 2014 6:01 AM
Susan Bruffey Lehman
RE: Bruffeys
you are most welcome!

I descend from Mark James, which of the boys do you descend from?

We are still trying to figure out when they arrived, have found an Eleanor MacDonald, but no John Bruffey, one cousin had said her relatives had said many changed the spelling of their names when they left "the old country" and arrived "in the new country", The other possible last names I have heard are O'Brophy, I once saw a hint for that name and did not follow thru, ooops, also Brophy, so we really do not know much more than they came from the Tyrone Plantation which is in northern England, as my sister was there on business and discovered that clue for us.

Would like to collaborate if you are still missing anyone, just let me know,
your Find A Grave friend,
Susan Bruffey Lehman
Added by Susan Bruffey Lehman on Dec 10, 2013 6:22 PM
smurphy
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You took a picture of Isaac Bullis and Letitia in Spencers Corner and I wondered if Margaret A. Bullis Miller (their daughter) is there also.She died in CT. at age 32 in 1872 but her husband died aprox 50 yeras later and she is not buried next to him in CT so I think she may be with her parents.

Any help is appreciated,

Susan
Added by smurphy on Nov 12, 2013 9:45 AM
johnste
RE: Mary Ann Latsha
I have a LOT of details on the Eirich, back to the first Jacob (1787-1861). I also have photos of the "Eirich Cemetery" in Shamokin, which is undocumented because the WPA workers in the 30s didn't know of its existence. It's still there, off Rte-61 in Shamokin. I think that's where most of the early Eirichs are buried. See my Wikitree entries http://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Eirich-3

for more info. I can also share my files with you over the Internet. Tell me which Eirichs you're related to and I'll throw the files into a shareable drive!

BTW: Did you know that "Irish Valley" road in Shamokin was originally Eirich's Valley? Or that Jacob ran a stage stop with tavern and distillery on what was the "King's Road" in the early 1800s outside modern Shamokin?
Added by johnste on Sep 30, 2012 10:08 AM
E.S. Hinckley
Dr. Adrian Woodward
Thanks so much for the photo Dr. Woodward's headstone, it is greatly appreciated.
Added by E.S. Hinckley on Dec 26, 2011 3:35 PM
Mark Bridgman
Ettrick Cemetery
Hi Andrea, in March I was recovering from back surgery and so I walked all of Ettrick Cemetery, photographed all stones that were recognizable and posted them. I did not find a stone for William Tucker, Sallie was the only Tucker stone I found there, but if you look at the photo of her headstone in the Ettrick Cemetery file you will see that it names AJ Tucker as her husband, William and Eliza as her father and mother. It did not give their last name which may lead one to assume that her parents may also be Tuckers. I will look around a bit more to see if anything has been unearthed, but by this time of year it is usually overgrown. I will let you know what I find in a few days.
Added by Mark Bridgman on Aug 12, 2011 3:38 PM
michele
RE: Levenia Lingham
Hello Andrea,

Thank you for taking the time to go to the cemetery. It is a beautiful cemetery! I actually have a photo of Levinia's grave posted to the site....I took that a few years ago when I was there. There were so many more buried there, I had hoped that I just missed them or they were close by and I only had limited time there. It is disappointing that so many are unmarked, but atleast there is confirmation that are indeed there. I also purchased a copy of the records so I always have that!

Thanks again for your efforts...It is so wonderful that people like you are so willing to help. I do the same here...my way of giving back :-)
Added by michele on Aug 01, 2011 5:29 PM
Michigander
RE: Eggleston
Hi Andrea, I see you have been busy! Thanks for uploading all those Eggleston's into Spencer's Corner. I need to spend some time trying to fit pieces of this puzzle into my family. Thanks for your help!
Best Regards,
John
Added by Michigander on Jul 27, 2011 2:04 PM
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Samuel Eggleston
Andrea, Thanks so much for finishing up with Samuel's grave photo. Now I have Samuel & his wife Hester! Fantastic.
Thanks again!
John
Added by Michigander on Jul 26, 2011 2:14 PM
Carol Lewis
Thank you
I want to thank you for taking the time out of your schedule to do this for me. This is a family with some lost information. If you ever have a need in the Mesa Arizona area, please let me know.
Added by Carol Lewis on Jul 22, 2011 3:17 PM
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