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Gra Go Deo (#47995100)
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Bio Photo "Gra Go Deo" means "...with love forever"

It is my honor to preserve the memory of your friends and family in a memorial. I reflect on each name as I type it in. I try to research for an obituary or link relatives when I can. Please leave me a public message if you want add information. I am specifically interested in unusual names that catch my eye.

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I guess it could've been a typo in the paper as well ? Thanks for the catch
Added by Becky on Apr 12, 2015 4:04 PM
Dimitro Polinsky-Everson, St Joseph's
Hi! The memorial for Dimitro Polinsky #103974936 is entered into the wrong cemetery. He is currently entered on Find a Grave as being buried in Saint John's Everson, Pa, which does not exist. There is a Saint Johns RC Cemetery, but it is in Scottdale, PA not Everson. Dimitro was buried in Saint Joseph's RC Cemetery in Everson, as listed in the obit. I have completed all memorials for Everson's Saint Joseph's RC Cemetery today and have added Dimitro correctly to it with a picture attached. Can you please delete your entry so his records will be correct? Thank you so much!
Added by BLB513 on Oct 21, 2014 5:24 AM
Henry Beyrleye #101620765
Hello there. I added the Beyrleye family names and I always do a search first to make sure there are no duplicates. Nothing came up (this isn't the first time this has happened to me. So I added all that I found. Today, I found a street named with the "Beyrleye" spelling right off of Mt. Royal Blvd (coincidence) in Etna. I added that information to the memorials I created. Then I saw that there was a memorial already created for Henry Sr. so I deleted mine since yours was created first. I will add some additional photos that I had taken. I linked everybody as well (the wife and children).

Also, may I use that link that you posted on Henry's page so that I may add to Albert Beyrleye's memorial? I thought I'd ask first.

At any rate, cheers findagraver! :)
Added by Alberticoღდ on Oct 03, 2014 1:45 PM
Re" Coal Men of America -Winslo
A great book,thanks for the link
Added by Marianne on Feb 17, 2013 3:23 PM
Rich H.
Abram Zabriskie
Added by Rich H. on Feb 17, 2013 2:42 PM

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