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I have a great interest in genealogy as my ancestors have been in Centre County PA since the late 1700's. On my fatherís side my ancestors moved to Centre County from Baltimore where my 5th GGF was born in 1709. On my motherís side of the family, in the early 1800's our family started the first tannery in Philipsburg and in the mid 1800's founded The Daily Journal, a local newspaper.|
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|SueAnn||David K Robson|
Thank you for transferring my uncle's memorial to me.
Added by SueAnn on Feb 25, 2017 10:09 PM
|Robin Slater Boyd||Why decline?|
Why would you decline adding the maiden name to 112172438 Just wondering? Thanks! Robin
Thank you for fulfilling my photo request. It is very much appreciated.
Added by Shelley on Jan 23, 2017 5:22 PM
|Linda Albrecht Maret and Gary A Maret||John Waring|
Thank you so much for the great picture for John. I really appreciate you taking the time to do this for us. Thanks again. Linda Maret
|Sue Berfield||Bertha Wilson Swartz|
Hello. I submitted an edit to your findagrave contribution for my Aunt Bertha. She actually died in 1918. Thank you for your contribution and I pray you will change the year. Thank you.
You have the wrong stone photo on memorial #110993055. Could you please delete it. Thank you.
|Billie Keaffaber||memorial 113247406|
Adaline "Anna " "Annie" Eliza Callahan I added her death record with Edit request here is her obit as well if you like to add to memorial.She is my 3rd great grand Aunt if you not related could you transfer memorial to me?
Excerpt from The Daily Journal July 31, 1908:
Death of Mrs. George Davis
Called Away Suddenly This Morning By Stroke of Paralysis
Annie, wife of the late George D. Davis, deceased, died suddenly this morning at 7:30 at her home on North Second Street, the result of a stroke of paralysis, aged about 73 years.
At 5 o'clock this morning she called to her son Charles, who went to her bedside and found her unable to get up. A physician was at once summoned, and everything possible was done to relieve her, but all efforts in this direction failed and at the hour indicated her spirit took its flight.
The deceased was born at Bellefonte, but most of her life has been spent in Philipsburg. Her maiden name was Miss Annie Callahan, daughter of Charles and Margaret Callahan. She was married to George D. Davis in 1858, to whom seven children were born, only two of whom survive, viz: Mrs. Charles Pry, residing near Pittsburg, and Charles, of this place. Two brothers and one sister also survives, John and Wharton Callahan, of this place and Mrs. Celia Berkstresser, of Hublersburg.
|Colleen Graham||95341070 Susan Alice Laird|
Her name confirmed as Sarah Alice.
|Colleen Graham||95341072 - Daniel B Laird|
I believe the headstone reads, 1 yr 11 mos 3 days. With the date of death being 22 Mar 1852. This would coincide with 1850 Census records found for Daniel Laird. Would you please correct the record for find a grave.
.I didn't know her, my dad raised us in Altoona and then left my mom and then my mom moved to Johnstown where she finished raising us. I was lucky to even see my grandparents (wilson and Minnie Good of Wallaceton), but Kathryn Couturiaux and I shared the same great great grandparens, and, of course the cousins down the line. So you knew her better then me. I am so thrilled to learn and hear everything I can about my dad's side of the family. I just wish there were more volunteers in Clearfield county to take photo requests. thanks again so much. PS Do you know anything about Clearfield cemetery? I have found many death certificates of people where Clearfield cemetery was written as where they were interred. I placed the people I had in Clearfield Cemetery (which was already of find-a-grave). Last week I got an angry appearing email from someone who was a caretaker at another cemetery and said that there was no such cemetery as Clearfield Cemetery and said he had another memorial in his cemetery of the same person I had at Clearfield Cemetery. His memorial was recent, mine was from 2014. Well, I conceded and now I just found another death certificate of another relative that was interred at Clearfield Cemetery??? Where in the world should someone put these people? and how are people supposed to know that the cemetery on the death certificate is not a real cemetery? obviously a cemetery was called Clearfield cemetery at one time or another.
Added by jmvernal on Oct 24, 2016 6:07 AM
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