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VB Rowan (#48014439)
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I am self employed and genealogy is my hobby. My main areas of research are Newmans, McCoys, Browns, Dollards and Chewnings of the Sumter County SC area and Isenbergs, Rowans, Hanawalts, and associated families of central Pennsylvania.
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RE: # 59294072
Or Mamie could have been a nickname. Another mystery. God luck solving it.

Added by Saratoga on Aug 18, 2013 2:44 PM
RE: # 59294072
Brenda's death certificate said her mother was Mamie Estell Newman. I saw the headstone said Patricia. Which is correct?

Added by Saratoga on Aug 18, 2013 2:09 PM
RE: Pulikowski or Pulaski at Sacred Heart
I took another look at both the Sacred Heart Old and New cemeteries. Closest I found was Ponikowski. Have your friend talk to her mother in law again. It appears that she may have the wrong cemetery. Alice
Added by Alice on Apr 28, 2013 5:22 PM
RE: Pulikowski or Pulaski at Sacred Heart
I've added some additional names to Sacred Heart (Old) Cemetery. Lots of "ski" and "ska" names, but I didn't happen upon the ones you're looking for, which doesn't mean they aren't there because there are lots more stones. Take a look at the memorials again in case I happened upon a different relative. It would appear that spring has arrived and most of the snow has melted, so cemetery season has finally arrived.
:-) Alice
Added by Alice on Mar 31, 2013 6:30 PM
RE: Pulikowski or Pulaski at Sacred Heart
Okay. But, we're getting a blizzard now, and nobody will be taking cemetery photos around here until spring. Sacred Heart is a good sized cemetery and only a fraction of the stones have been photographed, so there's a good chance the Pulaski's are there. My suggestion would be to have your friend contact the Sacred Heart Church and inquire ~ I would think there would certainly be records for interments as recently as 1966, and perhaps much earlier.
Added by Alice on Feb 08, 2013 7:24 AM

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