|Debra Fowler Kabinier||Kime headstone photos|
Thank so much take he photos of my great aunt Avanall and uncle Gerald Kime headstone. I don't think I will make it back to Pennsylvania as I live in Arizona and no longer walk very well. Thanks for beig a genealogy Angel.
|Larry King Jr.||Charlotte King|
Thank You for trying to locate the headstone for Charlotte King (1858-1962) in Citizens Cemetery. Her headstone is one of many that is worn. I'm grateful for the time you took to look. It's really appreciated.
Larry King Jr.
|Larry King Jr.||Jacob Lemmon Nelson|
Thank You for locating and photographing the headstone for Jacob L. Nelson in Citizens Cemetery.
I really apprerciate it very much.
His first wife was Margaret King. She died at age 40 in 1899. They had two children Rosabelle & Stanton.
His son Stanton also married into the King family. Jeanette M. King.
Larry King Jr.
|jrentch||Mary Rench Kinports|
Thank you so much for Mary's marker. Was able to find most of the family buried there. Appreciate the effort.
Added by jrentch on Sep 20, 2014 6:19 AM
|Bernard C. Alderson||William A. Nelson photo|
Please be advised the photo for the William A. Nelson memorial is clearly a marker for William W. Nelson a son of Seth and Elizabeth Nelson.
|F Dennison||Nelson Family|
I would also like to thank you for the pictures of the headstones in Nelsonville Cemetery. Philander's sister, Alice Paulina (Nelson) Dennison Jones was my great-great-great grandmother. She was married to John M. Dennison. After John's passing, she remarried to a man named Sylvester Jones. In fact, one of my great-uncles was named Nelson and some of my other relatives shared the middle name of Nelson. I assume it was a tribute to Alice's maiden name. I created a memorial page for her: Find A Grave Memorial# 85094457, which includes her vital information as well as an obituary. I will post a picture of her headstone asap. Thank again for the Nelson Family information and photos. I appreciate it!
|Ron W./Terry M.||Elizabeth/Seth Nelson photo|
Thank you for the picture of the headstone in Nelsonville Cemetery. It is greatly appreciated.
They are my 2nd great grand uncle/aunt. As a descendent of this Nelson family, I am very interested in this cemetery. Thank you very much.