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|Mary Lehman (#46887061)|
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I do family history research as a hobby and feel strongly about preserving our burying grounds. |
Grave Markers, Cemeteries, and Obituaries allow us to connect with distant relatives and our ancient ancestors and ultimately help us to understand where we come from.
I feel Find A Grave provides an outstanding service allowing us to connect with and memorialize our dearly departed no matter where they are buried.
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|Caroline Foulk||Crain Family|
Dear Mary, Thank you for your posting on Find a Grave. I am interested in following this line. My Foulk line goes through Andrew, brother of Isaiah. Charles H Foulks is a descendant of Isaiah. Thank you for your information about this family. I do have a question about Hannah, who is the mother of Carrie. The 1880 census lists Hannah as a daughter of Isaac. All of her children are listed under the surname of Crain in various places. Help--- are there two Hannah's, one a daughter and one a daughter-in-law? I find it hard to believe that as a daughter Hannah would have not married and her children would have a different surname. I also do not think she was married to George Alloway as on a Public member tree. If you have any further insight into this line I would sincerely appreciate anything you
|Jessica Adza||Ernest Lehman|
Hello Mary, I saw that you listed the FindAGrave entry for Ernest Lehman. I am trying to research a fallen WWII hero Philip T Lehman, who may possibly be a son to Ernest Lehman. Might you have any info on this Ernest or Philip? Thanks so much!
|Dan Oh||Jane Paxson|
You recently sent me an edit for this burial. I have since added the obituaries for her and her husband.
If your records can concur, I think the Henry C. Paxson in the cemetery is Henry's son. I Henry's obit, it says he had a son who died in an accident years earlier. If you think this is a match, send edits to the same.
The American Republican, West Chester, Chester County, Pa.
October 7, 1856
Died of His Injuries- The son of Henry Paxson noticed last week as having fallen from a chestnut tree and receiving serious injuries, died on Sunday morning last, fro he effects of the fall. His death is rather a relief than a misfortune to his friends, because the poor boy was so much injured that if his life ha been spared he would in all human probability have been entirely helpless.
Added by Dan Oh on Mar 01, 2017 12:17 PM
|Christopher Lehman||The Lehmans|
My name is Christopher Lehman
Can you please contact me asap.
I just added the memorial for Anne McCormick Welsh. Memorial# 172183266. She was the wife of Arthur Bleiler (1899-1933) and they had 5 sons together before he passed away at 34. She later married Robert Welsh.
Added by Jack on Nov 03, 2016 7:35 PM
|Joanne T||RE: Mary Whittam|
You're welcome! Happy to do it.
Added by Joanne T on Apr 08, 2015 1:37 PM
|Robin Arvickson||Silas Simms|
I'm working on a volume of grave locations for veterans of the USCT. Could I have your permission to use the picture you posted of Silas Simms' grave in this compilation? I will cite you as the source.
|Cindy Vaughan||Mary Budd|
I added your comments and updates info for Mary A. Budd's memorial page.
Thanks for the info.
|Clara McIver||Thomas; Dilks|
Appreciate all the great information and connections you provide. Was at Medford Baptist yesterday and thought of you as I passed some Gagers. Then got run off by rain. Do you recognize the name Lavinia Cline? I posted a photo of her stone, but cannot read the date or find her in a census.
|Joy Wilson||RE: Thank You So Much!!|
You're welcome. Glad I was able to help.
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