|Judy Youngs Woody||Ed Stroud|
I am not kin to the Stouds, but Betty was in my class years ago at Meadville, Would you like any of them transferred to you?
|Sue (Lumley) Sayre||Benett|
Thanks for taking the pic of Mary's stone.
|Scott Shatto||Children of Elias Shatto|
Thank you (and your cousins) for the updates on the children of Elias Shatto. The 1890s sure were tough on his family.
|Scott Shatto||Infant Shatto|
Do you happen to know what the line under "Infant' says. Is there any indication of whether this was a son or daughter?
Also, the monument for Infant Shatto in Shatto cemetery says "Children of E & S Shatto" on the one side. I am curious if you saw any other names on this stone.
Your photos are answering several questions (and raising a few more), thank you for sharing them.
I transferred Clarence in Fairview to you. He is no relation of mine and it will be easier for you to hook them together.. Deb(oldergraver)
|Scott Shatto||Shatto Cemetery|
As Don said, thank you for stomping the Shatto Cemetery. Wish I could have joined you. It looks like you did a swing through Mahoning County, Ohio also and found some gems there.
|Don DeWitt||RE: Shattos|
Yes... Eula was my great aunt.
Are you aware of the huge Chateau family tree on ancestry.com?
Thanks for talking a walk in the Shatto cemetery. I hope it was a nice day and it stimulated your cardiovascular system! ha ha
I posted a note that Israel and wife may not be buried there or their graves are unmarked.
My great aunt married into the Shatto clan so I have been trying to enhance their history as much as I can in northern Missouri.
|Military Mom||RE: Wentzel pictures|
Thank you. I will look through my list and see if there are any others there and get back to you. Thank you so very much! Have a great night.
|Military Mom||Wentzel pictures|
Thank you very much for the two photos!
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