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|Jonathan Hart (#47139119)|
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I have been interested in my family history for more than 20 years and I have gathered an enormous amount of information. The Find-A-Grave website has already proven to be an asset as I have been able to find more information on relatives. Surnames I am researching: Hart, Siefert, Drake, Jackson, Cederquist, Leuthold, Roth, Sparks, Pearce, Molander, Armagost, Miles, Walter, Busch.|
Please feel free to copy any grave stone/marker photos I have posted if you need them for genealogical purposes.
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|The Girls||RE: Sarah Jane Armagost|
You're very welcome for the transfer. :)
|William Griffith||Magdalena Schuler|
Thank you for all your work documenting cemeteries in Warren, PA. I believe there is a point of confusion about Magdalena Schuler (1815-1876) in Oakland Cemetery. Her grave lies between her husband's John Schuler and her son's, Richard H. Schuler. I believe that it should be documented as grave 6 in lot 13 (not 11) of section C.
Another point is that her maiden name was not Walter, but rather Knupp (or Knopf). Her mother-in-law was also named Magdalena (Walter) Schuler married to her father-in-law John Schuler (father of her husband John Schuler in Oakland) and these John and Magdalena Schuler are buried in Mead Cemetery.
Bill Griffith (great grandson and grant great grandson of the John and Magdalena Schuler buried in Oakland and the John and Magdalena Schuler buried in Mead respectively)
|Janis Wrean||George R. Bonnell #67111743|
Hello Jonathan - Just wanted to let you know why I have submitted a change of birth year for George. His family tree and DC [#72894] show his year of birth as 1859, apparently there is an error on his stone. This came about as the years of the children of his father on their pages weren't in sync with his spouse's years, so I looked into it to try and straighten out the discrepancy. It didn't help that one of his older half-brothers wasn't showing a birth year so it was all out of order.Found his DC and correct year of 1857 so submitted that edit too.So it'll all make sense when these are accepted. Keep up the good work - it's invaluable !!!
|BustedFlipper||Ida May (Hart) Dilley|
Wanted to let you know our family added a headstone this fall for my great grandmother, Ida May (Hart) Jewell Dilley, in Oak Hill Cemetery (153270992).
|CABrown||RE: Kathryn E. Bean Jensen|
Thanks for getting back to me. Don't worry about her obit, I'll probably check it out next time I'm in Warren. My kids are related to Beans so was wondering if she was a relative. If so, probably a distant one.
Added by CABrown on Apr 06, 2017 12:53 PM
|F J Stanley||100th Regt PA Vol Inf|
I noticed you have a 100th PA virtual cemetery. If you're interested in adding one more, I happen to have added a memorial for a veteran of that unit just a few months ago. My gt-gt grandfather's brother-in-law was in that unit, and I was very surprised that he did not already have a memorial on here, considering he had many descendants: #174623804 (Milton Lawrence McCormick). Company "F", from Lawrence Co, PA.
I have run across your name many times here, so "Many times, thanks!!"
|Sandy Miner||Lyman Burton Farr|
Hello, Our family records show Lyman Burton Farr was born Oct. 23, 1882 Windham Twp., Wyoming Co., Pa. and died May 17, 1940 in Jenningsville, Wyoming Co., Pa. and he was buried in Tioga Point Cem. Athens, Bradford Co., Pa. And yes he had many wives, 3 we have recorded. Thanks. Sandy Miner
|Mary Noles Triplett||RE: James Robert Mays|
He had sisters? Neither his Mother or his brothers ever mentioned them. I knew his brothers were married. Here in Florida, both his brothers, Billy and I forget who the middle one was, and us lived in the same mobile home park. His Mom was about 3 or 5 miles from us on Parsons Avenue.
It's not surprising that his Mom has passed since she was roughly the same age as my own parents. My Dad I lost in 98, my Mom just this past August.
|Mary Noles Triplett||RE: James Robert Mays|
When Jim died we held a memorial service for him and the little local church on Hwy 92. I know that besides his Mom and 2 brothers some of the family from PA came down. They asked if he could be buried with other member of your family there in PA and I said yes. Jim was scared of dying by fire, and yet that is how he died. If his Mom and brothers are alive, tell them that I said hello and that I wish them well.
|Mary Noles Triplett||James Robert Mays|
Thank you for posting Jim's gravestone. I was his 2nd wife back in 1984. We had only been married for 6 weeks 3 hours and 15 minutes when he was killed in a mobile home fire. Since I'm in Florida I've never made it to PA to visit him. So thank you so much. By the way according to Jim he was named after his father and he was born in a town possibly called Scarberry or something like that. The only way I remember it is because it's so close to the word strawberry.
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