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Linda Jones (#48315857)
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Gwendy Rood
RE: Leona Stroh
I looked up Lee and Glenn's son who was also named Glenn and found his obit from last year. It listed a surviving sister named Shirley Nicely from Dallas, Pennsylvania... Hope that helps in you getting in contact with them :)
Added by Gwendy Rood on Aug 07, 2014 2:13 PM
Gwendy Rood
RE: Leona Stroh
No, unfortunately Leona passed away in 1999 and her husband Glenn in 2001. I made a memorial for Leona, under the name Leona Miller Stroh memorial # 133945007... I don't really know how to get in contact with anyone in the family. I do know Lee and Glenn had a son also named Glenn who passed away last year. If I can think of or find the names of their other kids and grandkids I will let you know.

Best wishes,
Gwendy Rood
Added by Gwendy Rood on Aug 07, 2014 1:48 PM
Gwendy Rood
Leona Stroh
Hi! The picture of Herbert and Victoria Miller, is that their daughter Leona ("Lee") on her father's lap? We knew Lee and her husband Glenn, and their dog Tammy, in the late 1980s into the 1990s from camping at Whispering Pines. Really nice people. I noticed their was no memorial for Lee on here so I added one.
Added by Gwendy Rood on Aug 07, 2014 9:20 AM
RE: Samuel Eckhart # 112403466
I guess I'm a cemetery angel although you are the first to call me that. I enjoy research, not only for my own family, but anyone else connected to Luzerne County, so many people eventually find their way into my tree. :)

Added by Nan on Jul 14, 2014 7:10 AM
Samuel Eckhart # 112403466
Thank you for sending me the name of Samuel Eckhart's mother. I have corrected it on his memorial. ~nan
Added by Nan on Jul 11, 2014 10:07 AM
Robert Hobdell
Capt. Henry Crawford
Hi Linda, Glad you found him. There may be more family there than what I originally jotted down. It was overgrown forest then. Photo was taken a good year or so later when the plot was cleared by volunteers. I thought he was the ship builder but never could pin down the connections, Thanks! Local history buffs kept telling me he was Captain of a paddlewheeler that went from Baltimore to New York on inland waterways. Uh, they made fair money, but not enough for that monument! If you come for a visit shoot me a message, be glad to show you where the Crawford plot is. All the Best - rob
Added by Robert Hobdell on Jun 23, 2014 5:08 PM

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