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Hold on to your love ones never Know what God has in store for then.
If you see that I made a mistake please Let me know and I will change it.
Or if you want a Memorial transfered I will be glad to do that for you unless it is my own Family member.
Just ask me. *DON'T REPLACE IT WITH A DUPLICATE*.
I do this for YOU to get a better look at your family and find that lost branch.
If you are visiting a cemetery and you see someone tripping, squinting there eyes, holding a camera or just totaly lost stop and say hello it is probly one of your Find A Grave Friends.
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|John M. Novak||Anna Myers #60157025|
Hi Annie, You have Anna Myers listed as unknown Birth and unknown Death. I have been searching for the Wife of Martin Myers that we recently spoke about. I know she died in 1860 and probably in Blair county since she is listed on the 1850 census but not the 1860 census with Martin. Do you have any other information on this memorial? I assume the stone was not very readable. Do you have a photo? Any info appreciated. Thanks, John
|John M. Novak||Martin Myers #155015024|
Thank You Annie !
|John M. Novak||Martin Myers #155015024|
Thank you Annie for what you do! I made a mistake on my memorial comment and don't know how to fix it! I wrote Final instead of finally. Can you correct that ? Also if you would like to transfer his Memorial to me I would accept it! He was one of my GGG grandfathers ! Thank you, John M. Novak
|karen h||Erma Maines|
THanks Annie for adding that pic of Erma. I really appreciate it. Have a great day!
Added by karen h on Aug 17, 2017 5:51 PM
|Ken & Cecelia Heitzenrater||RE: Ridgeway|
Mary Frances Lemon Minor and her husband are located on the top of the hill between the circle drive and wood line of Pine Grove Cemetery, located along Montmorenci Avenue, PA Route 948 in Ridgway, PA.
and the road into the cemetery forms a loop on the road map with green in the center. If you switch to Satellite you can visualize the Hall Maseuleum just outside the loopto the left. The Minor marker isi that area of the cemetery.
My father was moved from the cemetery he was buried to his families plot in annother cemetery when my mother passed away. I don't remember if I just constructed a new memorial and deleted the old one or moved it somehow.
I do think the Mary Minor's memorial needs to be changed to the proper cemetery if only to set history straight.
|Reimer||Ferdinand B. Reimer|
Annie--Thank You for the Find-A-Grave photo and information posted on this site. You have done some hard work! Ferdinand was my Great-Grandfather and I am wondering if we are related.
Added by Reimer on Aug 03, 2017 9:51 AM
|kmktonks||54851823 Herbert L Doebler|
Hi Annie! I was wondering if you could tell me how you came to know Herbert's middle name was Leland, I was always told it was Lee, but Leland is a family name. Lee has always been hearsay for me via family, but if you have anything to prove to the contrary, I would appreciate direction. Thanks! Have a great day! -Karen
Added by kmktonks on Jul 29, 2017 8:54 PM
|John Coho||RE: Daniel Coho|
Thank you for the reply. I was able to locate the 2 graves next to their daughter Esther Coho Burley. I used the picture of the graves that was posted on find a grave to find them. I also took a picture and compared them. Thank you for the offer to help, but I have found them. Daniel and Mary would be my great, great, great, grandparents. Thanks again,
John A Coho Jr.
|John Coho||Daniel Coho|
I noticed you had a picture of Daniel and Mary Coho's gravestones in Fairview Cemetery. I have been trying to find that grave and have had no luck. He is my great, great, great, grandfather and I have walked the cemetery trying to find his grave the last three days. Can you give directions to find this? It would really be appreciated. Thank you, John A Coho Jr.
Have a Happy 4th of July!!!!!
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