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Judith Wilcox Szczesny (#48085894)
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Bio Photo My sister, who passed away in 2009, and I started our genealogy quest about 19 years ago from seeing all of the names, [births, marriages, deaths, etc.] in the old family bible. It was in such bad condition, I decided to type up all of the entries to keep for future generations and it took off from there. It got us curious about where we came from and who were our ancestors and relatives. So we started to do our research obtaining information from the different libraries, census records, historical socities, reading different state, county and city histories, etc..

We did not get real serious about our search until September 11, 2001 when we were on our way to the Church of the LDS to look at microfilm we had ordered. Needless to say that day changed us all and we then decided to really try to find as many ancestors and relatives that we could.

We grew up in Western Pennsylvania where our ancestors and relatives were among the first settlers of Corry, PA, having come from New England - Rhode Island and Vermont via New York. One group came from Germany via Ohio. We were very happy with the written histories we found and the "names" turned into "people."

I love to share our findings with fellow relatives of our mutual ancestors [Daniel Wilcox/Olive Eddy; Joseph Skinner/Julia Davis; Frederick Fox/Augusta Myers; John Sheely/Mary Sauer; Dugan/MacCormack] to name just a few and to help them as much as I can as so many people through the years helped us.

You can copy and use any pictures of the graves I posted, and the deceased relatives, but please indicate where you got them.

At this time, I do not wish to do much more than to add the many ancestor and relatives graves we discovered through the years. We found so much written material that now I spend a good portion of my time writing a history of the ancestors for several surnames and that has turned into quite a project.

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CABrown
RE: Sarah Mourton
I've looked for Nancy, in both Range 26 and 10, but I didn't find her. I never say she's not there, in case I did miss her. Thought she might be buried with the Wilcox, will check that next time I go back.
Added by CABrown on Jul 09, 2014 3:33 AM
CABrown
Solon Wilcox
Hi, Went to the cemetery today and thought I found him, only to get home and find out there were 2, and you already have a photo of the other. I saw no other stones, so will add the 2 group photos I took. there is an angel statue between Clara and Will and you say on his page that he's "at the foot of Clara" so maybe it's for him. I won't remove the request, leave that up to you.
Added by CABrown on Jun 26, 2014 3:27 PM
a2
LDW Rowe #63913327
Hi - I do not seem to have received the SAC that you refer to and I am not sure where I state that I communicate by public message only. I respond to SACs because they provide direct access to the proper memorial.

As far as your question, I have no idea who this person is. I added the information from cemetery records provided to me. I would suggest that you contact: East Point Historical Society. (#47216186). Perhaps they can help you.

Good luck.
Added by a2 on Jun 09, 2014 12:12 PM
CABrown
Dart, Pine Grove Cemetery
Are you related?
Added by CABrown on Jan 30, 2014 3:22 AM
Cynthia Frailing Nelson
Lewis M Rowe
Your memorial of Lewis M Rowe... Is he a son of Samuel and Rebecca Rowe?
Added by Cynthia Frailing Nelson on Dec 31, 2013 2:57 PM
Barbara Wolf
RE: Cora light
The personnel is so helpful at Greenwood. They took me right to the spot but there was no tombstone. Someone sent me the wreath to use on their request so I'm still putting it to use. I am surprised by the number of graves that do not have a tombstone. Sad
Added by Barbara Wolf on Sep 19, 2013 3:02 PM
Barbara Wolf
RE: Frank Rheubottom
The name was John Rheubottom not Frank. I asked about Cora Painter at the office but they found no record of her so I went to the library and found her listed near Frank in S1/2 old. When I get back, unless somebody else gets her first, I will try to find her.

Going to the movies. Fireworks that we plan to see is on Saturday over the lake. WOW!! Barb
Added by Barbara Wolf on Jul 04, 2013 11:13 AM
Barbara Wolf
RE: Rensselaer Rheubottom
Glad to help you out. There was a Frank Rheubottom just to the right of Rensselaer. I did add a photo. I don't know if you would like that one too or not. Hope you have a great 4th!
Barb
Added by Barbara Wolf on Jul 03, 2013 5:47 PM
Kandy Back Agee
RE: Lewis Pictures
I'm sorry for the delay. I was involved in a large project for work, we moved, and then my computer crashed. I did get the pics and I appreciate them greatly and will share them with my family. Thanks so much for all the work and again, I apologize for the delay. It completely slipped my mind in all the chaos of the last 6 weeks. Kandy
Added by Kandy Back Agee on Jun 21, 2013 12:45 PM
Linda Simpson Davidson
R. Hunter Pope, Annie Pope
Judy, thanks for your information. I have gladly transferred this family to you.
Added by Linda Simpson Davidson on May 29, 2013 1:41 PM
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