|Steve Guffy (#46822846)|
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.My family line started about 1780's in Pennsylvania area now known as McEwensville,Northumberland County,Pennsylvania once known as Pine Grove. My 4 great uncle Andrew Guffy help Alex McEwen form the new town McEwensville. Andrew and John my 3 great grandfather his tombstone in my profile photo. Father Alexander Guffy 1753-1815 born in Landskire Scotland came to America in 1770 |
My grave search started for Alexander and Andrew and John and the fun searching began.
Warrior Run Church Cemtery Delware Twp is where Alexander and John and ancestors are laid to rest
Oh.Alexander was a patriotic during a the revolutionary war near fFort Freeland Northern Northumberland County aiding a injured women scalped by the Indians
My Journey continued to cemerties for Guffy's ,in .Warrior Run,Stielz Union Cemetery, Watasontown Cemetery,Milton and Harmony Cemteries in Milton Paradise Church St Peter
[White Deer and Church Hill ] United Church in Christ Allenwood Uniontown Cemtery. Chestnut HIll Cemtery Winfeld
Visited other area Cemteries for Foust,Hassinger,and Wagners
Odd Fellows in Danville. Hassinger white and Brick churches iGlendale i Troxellville Union Church in Snyder County
Dreisbach,Old Cedar,Hartleton,Mifflinburg,,Lewisburg St Peters Ray Church
Follmer Lutheran Church Cemtery and Center Lutheran Church Cemtery forerunner of my home church in Potts Grove
Also would like to thank Kathy Wertman and Tim Guffey and the Historical Societies of Northumberland and Union and Snyder Counties and anyone that my have forgot for any assistance
See a name on grave contact me and need assistance I may be able to help or direct you for
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|Glenda Sheaffer||RE: Mary K rodgers|
I don't know what you are telling me. Please do it through the edits.
Hi Steve. I don't recall an Emery, and I don't have an Emery in my pics folder on that day, because I was just focusing on filling some Find A Grave photo requests. There may be some Emerys there, I'm not sure. I will be going by Old Cedar Cemetery sometime in the Spring if you want me to look for someone in particular. It not that big of a cemetery.
|Glenda Sheaffer||RE: Emery|
No, if I had it I would have posted it.
firstname.lastname@example.org rather than the message board
|Glenda Sheaffer||RE: Edwin s emery|
Yes I do live in Union Co. I have done some picture work in Cedar.
|Tiffany Stuck||RE: Cemerty|
idk, google it or ask Steve Starach he knows everything hes a friend on findagrave.com ok sorry
i dont have time to take pics anymore ask a volunteer im not 1, sorry.
|Storres Myers||RE: George and Mary Wolf graves|
Woodward is about 5 miles East of Aaronsburg on PA Route 45. There are four cemeteries in the Aaronsburg area and are all often referred to as Aaronsburg Cemetery. They are: Aaronsburg Lutheran Salem, Aaronsburg Reformed, Stover and St. Paul's. More than one George/Mary Wolfe burials are in the area. I need more specific information to answer your question. One Mary was a Guisewite. I have a few memorials for that family and it is difficult to research because of the many different spellings of the last name. There appears to be little or no interest in FindAGrave for this family and I cant borrow from someone to complete the memorials.--Storres
|Lorraine||Charles Adam Ditzler|
Memorial # 3396665.
No, I'm sorry, I didn't know him personally. Just left a flower.
Added by Lorraine on Feb 21, 2016 8:56 PM
|Storres Myers||RE: Mary Ann wolf|
Good work. I apologize for being careless and not searching for a date and location of death.--Storres
|Storres Myers||RE: Records|
I don't know how to contact the owner. The cemetery is in another county and is a day trip or us to visit the nearby cemeteries and shop. It is also called Wolf's Chapel Cemetery. It is in Haines Township, Centre County. It is near Aaronsburg. If you can find and contact a funeral home in the area they might help you. The Centre County Genealogical Society is another option.--Storres
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