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Sheila Lucas (#48174471)
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Bio Photo My name is Sheila Cray Lucas. I am originally from New Castle, Pa and now live in Girard, Ohio. I have been working on finding my ancestors for the past few years and am now becoming obscessed!! So much for too much time on my hands. I realize that information is sometimes hard to come by and if it were not for the wonderful people I have met during my own searches it would be even more slow going. Thanks to all who volunteer their time in the quest for the past.

My fathers ancestors (Cray)are mostly from New Jersey. My mothers side (Hemphill and Meyers) are from Sharon, Pa.

Please feel free to use any of my pictures for your family trees, that is why I am clicking away.

Happy hunting to everyone!
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Doug Jones
RE: Jones Markers at Vienna Cemetery
Ora Lee Jones is my brother --- his marker should be near some "Saunders" markers
Added by Doug Jones on Apr 16, 2014 1:31 PM
Rick Bushong
Stone Photos and Memorials
Hi Sheila,

Thank you for creating and transferring Olive Bushong's memorial.

Also for the stone photos in the Girard Liberty Union Cemetery, it really helps complete their memorials.

Added by Rick Bushong on Apr 11, 2014 11:43 AM
Jim Shafer
Jacob H. Bartholomew
Thank you so much for taking the time to photograph the memorial for Jacob H. Bartholomew.
I really appreciate it.


Added by Jim Shafer on Apr 06, 2014 9:55 AM
Chad Kendell
Re: Dawson
Thanks for great pictures !!!!
Added by Chad Kendell on Apr 01, 2014 9:50 PM
Doug Jones
RE: Jones Markers at Vienna Cemetery
Oh, BTW, Ora's son died in 1945, only 10 months old -- and I was sure he was buried in the Vienna TWP cemetery.
Added by Doug Jones on Apr 01, 2014 9:25 PM
Doug Jones
RE: Jones Markers at Vienna Cemetery
I was certain that was where he was buried -- he died in 71. and his wife Helen remarried a Joseph, and her obit says she's buried there. I'll have to check with one of his sons.
Thanks again for your efforts!!!
Added by Doug Jones on Apr 01, 2014 9:21 PM
Doug Jones
Jones Markers at Vienna Cemetery
Thank you Sheila!!!! I really appreciate these Pix!!! Lonie and Hazel are my parents, Paul, OraLee, and Harold were my brothers! Used to live right on the bend of the road on Henny Hyde Road -- before they tore the old house down and built the cement house.
Once again, really appreciate this!!! I hope someone returns a similar favor for you!!
Doug Jones
Added by Doug Jones on Apr 01, 2014 5:09 PM
RE: Howland Headstone
Your welcome, of course you can use the pictures. Feel free. We have been documenting this cemetery for family members to enjoy. Best of luck in your research!
Added by J.Bosworth on Jan 17, 2014 3:21 PM
Stanley Baker
Memorial 105363677 & 105363475
Thank you Sheila for taking pictures of my cousins Beverly Baker 105363677 & Dean Baker 105363475 grave markers. If you live near this cemetery could you locate the head stones for their brother Robert Baker 105363291 and their parents Charles 105361393 & Joesphene Baker 112399467? I live so far away from Hubbard, Ohio this is the only way I may ever see their grave markers.
Added by Stanley Baker on Jan 01, 2014 9:55 AM
Jeremiah Cray

I searched for the memorial you requested in the First Baptist Church Cemetery in Hopewell, NJ. I went through every headstone (it's a relatively small cemetery), but was unable to locate your request. Many of the older stones are illegible due to weathering.

I was, however, able to locate many other Cray family headstones in this cemetery:

Andrew Cray (1804-1902)
Lucretia Cray (illegible)

Children of Andrew and Lucretia
David Cray (d 1888)
Jefferson Cray (1863-1922)

Other Crays:
William Cray (D 186?)
???? Wife of John Cray (1814-1898)

As I said, many of these headstone are really weather-worn, and a few of the Cray stones have fallen onto the inscribed side (this is a VERY OLD cemetery)

Are you interested in those?
Added by katpag on Dec 29, 2013 11:35 AM
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