|James Delaney (#47612998)|
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I guess I have always been interested in who all were related to me and other people. My mother was also and she would inform me about persons that she knew. After I retired I worked on my family and other people. Cemeteries have been a clue to relatives.|
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|Kathi Lynn King||Catherine Walker|
Catherine Walker is across the bottom of Anna Vincent's stone click on the photo to make it larger and you can see her name and dates across the bottom.
|Lorraine Hess||RE: William Patrick Delaney|
I looked at the actual Pennsylvania, Veterans Burial Cards, 1777-2012 and saw that where the birthdate was written 9/30/47, someone had marked through the 47 and wrote 18 and circled the 18, making the birthdate 9/30/18. Upon further scrutiny, the death date being 5/9/1931, the exact one as supposedly for both the father and son seems too coincidental (besides, the father would have been 112 when he died !!), and I finally decided someone confused the two, and the Pennsylvania Veterans Burial Card is really for the son, William Patrick Delaney and not for the father who has the same exact name. Further, I agree, that he is not part of the Delaney family to which I had him connect, and I have deleted that connection. Thank you so much for alerting me to this error.
|Robin Slater Boyd||RE: Sophia Brinkley|
James you are correct thanks for catching it :)
|MCollar||RE: Nelly Nye (#93829476)|
Ah, yes, I see your mother in the 1930 census. I ought to have recognised her name... she's the only Brothers in my family tree. =]
Added by MCollar on Jul 15, 2016 12:12 AM
|MCollar||Nelly Nye (#93829476)|
I see you found Nelly's death certificate. That's wonderful! I'm always drawn to her stone when I visit that cemetery.
I'm curious as to where her husband William is buried and who her first husband was (William was her second, according to the 1910 census). I have reason to believe she is the Nellie Jennings that appears in the 1900 census, but don't have any definitive proof as to who her husband would have been.
Added by MCollar on Jul 13, 2016 10:00 PM
|Cheryl & Richard Justice||RE: Philomena Heinrich|
We deleted the memorial the memorial we made. Yours has the photo and is older than ours. She is not related to our family. Thank you for bringing it to our attention.
Cheryl and Richard
|Marsha Adkison||RE: Virginia Hartle|
|Jim Allingham||Luella Whyte & Family|
Please accept my sincere thanks for the great photos of the headstones for Luella, her husband and son. You have given our family (mostly elderly and living out-of-state), an opportunity to pay our respects to our aunt, uncle, and cousin. Thanks again!
|Cheryl Carmany Marr||Bickel & Shaffer|
Thank you for photographing these headstones for me. I appreciate your time and effort!!
|r bucholtz||Frank X. Hartle|
My great grandfather, Francis (Frank) Kutzhals married a Frances D. Hartle. They are buried in St Michael's Cemetery in Fryburg. The dates for Frank are 27 Jan 1847 Germany-Jan 1912. His wife, France was born 11 Nov.1847 Germany. Could you tell me who Fank X Hartle's parents are? Or who is wife might be? It would be strange to have to Francis X.'s-one a Kurtzhals and the other with the last name of Hartle. Any help would be appreciated. R Bucholtz
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