|Steve Aylor (#47726728)|
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Born Jan 14, 1951|
Cpt USAR (Ret)
B.S. Civil Engineering, Gonzaga University, Spokane, WA 1973
Ph.D. Engineering Management University of Missouri-Rolla 1994
Life Member Veterans of Foreign Wars since 1978
Residence - Conway, PA (20 miles west of Pittsburgh)
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|Jim||Clarence M Beacom #89175696|
The children that you have listed for Clarence and Mary Lulu Beacom in the Beaver Cemetery and Mausoleum cannot be there children. 1 child Esther was born in 1858 and the other Mary F was born in 1869. Since Clarence and Mary Lulu were born in 1863 and 1867 respectively, they obviously could not be their parents.
Added by Jim on Apr 03, 2017 9:53 AM
|Bev reinsch||william ray o'keefe|
sent an email to you at yahoo.com and haven't heard back. So, thought I'd go this route. I am shirt-tail relation to the above. Do you have any information on John O'Keeffe (note different spelling of last name) who died in 1892? His sons were John "Riley" and William. I'm also interested as to where his wife is buried. I found his grave site but not my grandmother's. Her name was Martha A. (Pierce) Parker-O'Keefe. She was married to Samuel Parker (can't find his grave site, either) and they had 4 children.
John and Martha had the 2 boys. Any help you can give me would be greatly appreciated.
Thank you. firstname.lastname@example.org
|Gormleys||Dr James R Gormley|
From "Genealogical and Personal History of Beaver County"...
Dr. James Renwick Gormley, son of Robert and Margaret (Moak) Gormley, was born near Newcastle, Lawrence county, Pennsylvania, October 14, 1867. His early life was spent on the old homestead, still the home of his father, and he attended the public schools, later studying at Grove City College. After his graduation from the latter institution he was for four years a school teacher, later beginning the study of medicine at Western Reserve University, of Cleveland, Ohio, completing his medical education in the Medical Department of the University of Cincinnati, Ohio, whence he was graduated in 1893. For one year after his graduation he was house physician in Christ's Hospital, and in 1894 moved to Monaca, where he has since been engaged in the practice of his profession, his able knowledge of his art speedily winning him a large number of patients. In 1897 he became a member of the Beaver County Medical Society, to which he still belongs, also holding membership in the Pennsylvania State and American Medical societies.
Added by Gormleys on Feb 24, 2017 3:25 PM
Hello, I submitted some edits to the Chaykowsky gravesite, including the final resting place of son Michael and corrected the name of the mother to Ustina, which is how she is listed on Michael's compensation paperwork. On your picture you can barely make out the "U" rather than the "L".
Added by Frogman on Jul 01, 2016 5:48 AM
|Bonnie||RE: Florence McNeese|
Florence Emma (Fiddler) McNeese
Father is John Henry Fiddler
Mother is Sarah Jane (Reed) Fiddler
I hope this clears things up. Have a great day.
Added by Bonnie on Jun 18, 2016 9:39 PM
|Gloria||RE: Fannie May|
Wood love it and thank you.
Added by Gloria on Feb 18, 2016 2:30 AM
|Marie and Bruce Newell||Beaver Cemetery and Mausoleum|
We respectfully request permission to use the cemetery entrance photo in our personal tree. Bruce has a cousin interred there and the photo will make a great addition to our tree.
Thanks for your consideration.
Marie and Bruce Newell
|Janet Calvin||Mistake on Mary Shields|
Mary Shields find a grave 90115971 was not married to William H. Anderton find a grave 8174364. Mary Anderton Shields was William's sister. She was married to James W. Shields on Feb. 27, 1902.
|Donna & Lewis||RE: Photos of Gladys and Hugh Cowling Headstone|
You are very welcome!
|K Todd Sherer||Photo added|
Your emails are not going through. Please remove the generic photo you added for Theophilus H. Ray on memorial 114746408
I make this request because people are using it on their family trees and they think it's Theophilus Ray. I thought the same thing when you first added it and I sent you a message asking where you found his photo. At that time you told me it was just a generic photo of a Civil War Soldier. Now many others think just what I did. I'm hoping if you remove the photo and I try to email those who copied the picture on Ancestry, we can stop people from thinking they have his photo. I appreciate your contributing to my memorial but it's causing a bit of a problem and incorrect information being saved.
Karla Todd Sherer
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