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I live in the Pacific Northwest. After retirement I became intersted in genealogy. I am now addicted!!! I am looking into my early Pennsylvania roots right now. I appreciate all the people who take their time to photo the gravemarkers and update the memorials. What blessings you are.|
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|Jenny Detherage||Hickory Flat Requests|
Kathleen, I visited this cemetery again and spoke with the township office about Daniel & Catherine Wetzel they are in the cemetery records but I believe the stones are unreadable or no longer visible, Leah Helwig is not recorded but I will look further because I found a child that was the daughter of Leah her name Mary Ann July 7or9 1843 4m-7day I have that picture. Also Wm.Jacoby 1816-1819 may be there but the record dates are different and a lot of those stones are not clear enough to read. I hope this is helpful. Thanks Jenny
|Jenny Detherage||RE: Thank you|
Thank you. I had a wonderful time outside today enjoying the beautiful fall weather while doing a random act of kindness. Blessings Jenny
|Cherie Wetzel||David Van Wetzel|
Please take the memorial off that states that David was a paratrooper. He was in the Air Force and was dishonorably discharged within months of joining.
|Chad Eugene Schneider||William Seidelman|
Are you related to William?
I asked the office at Mountain View and they showed not having a marker for William.....well, as you can see, he does (and so does his wife). I have to apologize because William is in an indoor Mausoleum at Mountain View and it was dark in there. I had to use the flash on my camera, and you can see that some 8 legged creatures had crafted some webs inside his niche.
I hope you like the photo!
|Dale Truster||Henry Wesco|
I can't find the headstone for Henry Wesco at Hickory flat. I found his son, Andrew; his daughter , Elizabeth; and his wife, Margaret however his stone is not standing in the vicinity of those. Many stones in that area of the cemetery have fallen, broken or missing.
|Joan of VA||RE: Relationship|
It's nice to hear from a distant cousin.
I have been trying to connect all the people I'm related to. A big task!
We, too are retired, and I have my genealogy and gardening.
If you want to add any additional information on any of the memorial pages, let me know.
|klassikat||RE: G. Davy|
You're very welcome. I was told by the cemetery that you can have a memorial set if the family wants to do that. Take care. Andi
|klassikat||RE: G. Davy|
Hi Kathleen, I got names around him and regretfully he does not have a visible marker. I have taken and posted a couple of photos of his location and in the caption on the pictures I have put the location. Hope you are pleased.
Hello Kathleen, I got Mr. Davy's location and went there today. I'm not absolutely positive, but I don't believe he has a memorial marker where I think he is buried. I transcribed that whole section a year or so ago so if he did have one, I would have seen it. However, I'm going to contact the Sexton of the Cemetery and ask for people around him to see if I was in the correct spot. I did take a picture of where I think he is located and will at least post that if I was correct as to who is around him. Take care.
|Kay Bee||RE: Deborah Davy|
Millet is a very small town in central Alberta. Is there someplace else in the area that they might have been? If you have a name of another town I might be able to help you.
Added by Kay Bee on Aug 04, 2013 5:43 PM
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