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Family (present, past, and future) is the most important thing to me. I like knowing how "I" got here. The decisions of my ancestors set the course of my life. My quest is to find out who, when, and if possible why. My family comes from Germany (Kupfrian), Slovakia (Halchek and Radomsky), Irelend (McCann), England (Bond) and other unknown regions. Also researching Dirksen from Rochester, NY area; Strain from Canada; Hoffmans, Griffins, and Malones from AL, MS, and GA; Wise and Washburn of PA. I do not have family in the area where I presently live but I love going to the local cemeteries and helping find other people's relatives.|
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|Cullen and Jeanne||Rowe|
I'm just letting you know I sent an email to you about the Rowe family.
|Betty Frey||Andrew Radomsky|
Patti, actually the connection is through the parents of Andrew Radomsky, John & Anna Halcsik Radomsky. Anna's sister, Mary married Samuel Patrick/Petrik. If you're really interested, you can view my tree on Ancestry.com -- or if you can't find it, I can send you an "official" invitation from Ancestry.
Thanks again for the photos,
|Sue Seeterlin Rice||Theodore Ropchock|
Thanks for the great photos. Truly appreciated.
|Sue Seeterlin Rice||Theodore|
|Betty Frey||Paul Blasko|
Thanks so muck, Patti for taking pix of both Paul Blasko's headstone, and that of his mother, Susan Blasko. I see that you are researching the Radomsky family. I think we are connected through the George Smith and his wife, Mary Duritzo family.
Thank you for your time for the pictures. Debbie
|Kathy ||Helen R Peart|
I sent you a copy of the cemetery record of Oak Hill Cemetery, Bradford, Pennsylvania to your personal email address. It is the Oxley Family Plot. Enjoy! Kathy
Added by Kathy on Mar 09, 2013 8:12 PM
Transfered to you.
Added by Beulah on Oct 05, 2012 9:09 AM
|SueJeanCatherine||RE: Nice to meet you|
Likewise, to be sure! We regret not staying another night. We drove all day in the rain. Ugh!
|Ron Kinney||RE: Strain headstones|
You're very welcome, glad to help. I couldn't find Sarah though.
Sincerely, Ron Kinney
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