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Andrea (#47660584)
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RE: Rebecca Thompson Thruston
You are welcome. I will check at the genealogy room at the library to see if I can find her husband's info. next week.
Added by Sandra on Apr 15, 2016 2:33 PM
Cathy Neil Rakoczy
Norsisie Henderson
Hi Andrea,
I do not manage the memorial for Amy Haberthier (78083298) so please contact that contributor to delete the incorrect link. I did not connect the two. Thanks.

Added by Cathy Neil Rakoczy on Mar 17, 2016 1:13 PM
RE: Thank you!
You're very welcome!
Added by Emiliano on Oct 14, 2015 7:17 PM
Memories From The Mist
RE: Zenas and Betsy Hall
Pleasure was all mine...take care...
Added by Memories From The Mist on Aug 13, 2015 10:41 AM
Joey Rickabaugh
RE: Conner Collins
You are so welcome!! I just wish I would've had the time to get all the requests taken for that cemetery. We were on our way thru and just had a few minutes. Glad to be of help!!

:) Joey
Added by Joey Rickabaugh on Jul 28, 2015 10:22 PM
RE: Andrew Hansen Thurston
Hi Andrea. Found no stones for Ole, Ada, Arthur Bolstad. I'll check again as I go there often. I might run across them when looking for someone else. Too bad there wasn't a plot listed.
Added by Sandra on May 16, 2015 1:28 PM
Janice Morris
RE: Peter Morris
My husband and I am retired now and are in the process of applying for permission to work on the cemetery above Dutch Run Rd. We would love to have others work with us to reset headstones, cut small trees, repair the wrought iron fence, and place a marker and/or headstone for:
Robert Morris Patriot Rev. War
my 5th great grandfather
Birth 8 Mar 1736 in Shrewsbury, Monmouth, New Jersey, USA
Death 16 Nov 1829 in , Greene, Pennsylvania, USA
We know he is buried on the farm, "Liberty Hall" but do not know where. If you know where he is buried on the farm, let me know.
See FindaGrave site to see the list of those interned in the Morris Cemetery. I obtained this list when I visited the Cornerstone Genealogical Center in Waynesburg about 20 years ago. We also found the cemetery and one of 11 houses built by Peter and Elijah located down the hill and across the road. The games keeper for the game lands lived in the house then. It has since been torn down according to:
Stephen A. Leiendecker
Land Management Group Supervisor
Fayette and Greene Counties
PA Game Commission
If you send me your email address, I will send you tons of information that I have on the Morris family (I am descended from Elijah Morris, David Morris, Harry Morris, Ernest Morris, and Harry Ernest Morris who was my dad, all born in or around Morrisville or Waynesburg, Greene Co. PA)
Sincerely, Janice Lynn Morris Clancy
Added by Janice Morris on May 14, 2015 8:18 AM
RE: Anna Wirick
Hi Andrea,

Anna shows up in the book Stones and Sites of Cedar county, Iowa 1836-1986 on page 198 and it records no birth or death dates for her along with Frank Wirick. There is no stone visible for either of them today or back in 2010 when I created the memorials.
Added by Jacie on Apr 15, 2015 1:38 PM
Brian J. Ensley
RE: Mary Growden Trout
No problem- glad I could help!
Added by Brian J. Ensley on Apr 15, 2015 4:35 AM
Susan Roach
Jane Shaver and Elizabeth Ann Smith
It was a beautiful day yesterday to be out and that makes it much nicer to search cemeteries. I walked the entire cemetery and took a picture and made notes for every tombstone that I could decipher anything. Several (about 20) large gravestones were lying on their face. A few smaller ones were made of the stone that tends to flake and the faces were obliterated. Elizabeth Smith's stone was the first I photographed. There was no stone on the North side of her stone and the next stone south was split in half facing up on another fallen stone. I did a pencil tracing of the face up stone and came up with Marie Lewis. Martin's would seem to be the fallen stone under Marie's stone. You may wish to recheck the cemetery now, because I added almost 30 names and a few of them were Smith's.
Added by Susan Roach on Apr 13, 2015 3:32 PM
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