|S B Spade (#48124849)|
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|I have worked on geneaology for a number of years and have recently broadened my search of many family lines via the internet. Included in our lines are Spade, Knouse, Sweigart, Scholl, and Smith in the Juniata Co. PA area. Also Koehler, Glasgow, Levans, Kratz, Bean in the Bucks Co. PA area.|
There are also other maternal names for which I don't have much information.
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|Edna||RE: James D. Rice|
I've made the edit as per your request.
Added by Edna on Jun 17, 2015 5:15 PM
|Balvana||RE: William H. Levans|
Transfer has been made.
Added by Balvana on Jul 14, 2014 5:12 PM
|badrenn||RE: Bertha E. Palmer Singer|
Sorry, I have very few Singers and no David. Even less Palmers. I just take photos while in a cemetery and then make memorials if one isn't there.
Added by badrenn on May 15, 2014 5:58 PM
|Leo||Cora Frontz Strawser 115366746|
Thanks for the information. What church was the Rev. Earl G. Koehler with? Have a good Christmas with family and friends. Leo shelley
Added by Leo on Dec 25, 2013 10:49 AM
|Yvonne Freed Dunn||RE: Gray memorial #71245302|
You are very welcome..
yes, please send me the brief orbit, ty. Arnolds are on my paps side. ty
|Bill Corl||RE: Kenneth M. Spade, Sr.|
I don't know for a fact, but if you would check you would probably find Mount Zion United Methodist Church, Munroe Township, Juniata County, PA probably has a post office box at Millerstown. Therefore the church cemetery is listed as Millerstown, as well as Munroe Township. It's been corrected and being a small cemetery. I doubt there will be many corrections to be made.
Also, when you come across a memorial that you have a suggestion or correction to be made, click on the "Edit" tab at the top right-hand side of the Memorial. Then click the first sentence that says "suggestions and corrections", a window pops up that type. Your suggestion or correction.
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