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Mare (#47561718)
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I have been doing genealogy for about 22 years, I have accumulated many records from Warren County at the Court House, Library and the Historical Society. This latest venture of taking photos at the cemetery is to help anyone that may be looking for a relative that may be buried in Warren County. I have several branches of my family that I have added also. If I have entered any of your relatives and you want to take ownership feel free to message me, I would be happy to be of help.

Names I am researching: Fehlman, Schuler, Pastor, Gutzler, Musante, Mangini, Crawford, Kofford, Wenzel, Lauffer, Keil, Hansen, Knudsen, Duncan, Shand, Baker, Becker, Beck and many others that are very common names like Smith and Thomas.

I have been out in the cemeteries for over 3 years and have taken a lot of photos, I do not mind transferring if you have also worked hard on this project. I get requests to transfer memorials and usually do even if the person is not on your direct line. That being said, I get lots of requests from people that have added some names and photos but are managing hundreds and hundreds more than they entered or went out and took photos of, if they are not directly related in those cases I do not transfer, if you want information added send it to me and I will add.


I do not mind doing transfers especially when it falls into the guidelines of this site however many times I am asked to transfer relatives that are not direct. I will do transfers when they are not direct but I go to your profile first, many times I see that the individual requesting the transfer has only entered a few memorials and very few photos, I worked hard to get photos and expect anyone requesting transfers will work as hard too to make this site a success so I do not transfer if the person requesting has not worked hard also. I am managing many more than I entered because I have a friend that passed away and hers were transferred to me to manage.

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Ellen Ida Peeer Ransom
I was wondering, if there was another footstone for the memorial Charles H Ransom, that was her lst husband, and her 2nd was Fred Hill. Here is her obit, it says she was buried there, but I don't know if under HILL or RANSOM, maybe you can help me figure it out?

Obit from Lydia's Bible date handwritten: May 7, 1961 buried 10th.
Mrs. Fred Hill Salamanca, Dies: Former Resident, Mrs. Hill was born on May 1, 1886, at Antrim, Pa., the daughter of the late Mr.and Mrs. Maranus Peer. She came to Bradford from Mt. Vernon, OH, in 1915. She married Charles Ranson who died in 1929. In 1945 she married Fred Hill and moved to Salamanca. She was a member of the Wig Street Evangelical United Brethren Church. The Women's Benefit Association of Bradford, the Ladies Label League of Bradford, and the Little Valley Grange.

Besides her husband she leaves a son Herman Ranson of North Tonawanda, N.Y.; three sisters Mrs. Agnes Drew, of Beaver Dams, N.Y.; Mrs. Mary McFarland of Miffintown; Mrs. Lydia Miller of Atwater, OH; three brothers, Harry Peer of Galeton, Lewis Peer of Savonia, N.Y., and Oliver Peer of Wellsboro; eight grandchildren and 18 great-grandchildren. Call at the Koch-Chatley Memorial Chapel starting this afternoon. Funeral services will be in the chapel at l:30 P.M. Wednesday. Burial will be in Oak Hill Cemetery.
Added by Sandykp on Mar 04, 2017 10:20 PM
glenda (contributor #47305349)
RE: George B Jones
What you added to the bio is great. In order to stay within guidelines I think we should leave the dates as is and the locations are correct. Thanks.
Added by glenda (contributor #4730... on Feb 11, 2017 11:29 AM
Linda Mathew
Emily Fornell (#101592996) & Charles Fornell (#101592984)
I am sending you a message rather than just making the edits because the situation is a bit complicated. Charles and Emily Fornell were brother and sister (see census records from 1900 through 1940). In all of those censuses they lived on a farm in Brokenstraw. The dates under "Mother" and "Father" on the lower part of the stone are the death dates of their parents, Jan Nilsson Fornell and Christina Maria (Nilsdotter) Fornell. You will notice that father is under Emily and mother under Charles which makes no sense if the dates were their birthdates or the stone was provided by their children. Charles was born in Sweden in October 1868 and Emily was born there May 22, 1871. They emigrated to the U.S. with their parents in 1887. If you agree, I will be happy to make the edits on the memorial and add a short biography.
Added by Linda Mathew on Feb 10, 2017 6:00 AM
Paige King

Have you been in contact with John G Waples surviving family? His wife Rhea is my late grandmothers half sister and I cannot seem to find any information for children she and John may have had. I am desperately seeking a connection to this mysterious side of my family.

Added by Paige King on Jan 30, 2017 6:18 PM
Would you please add the pictures theat you for Amy Barnhart Scofield

to her husband Ezra Scofield's memorial?

Thank you,
Added by MSue on Dec 30, 2016 10:35 AM
Bennett Russell
Barbara Carolyn Eck(Baumgrotz)
I am working a family tree for Pamela Carter. Barbara Eck is Pamela's Grandmother. I see you are maintaining her memorial. So am asking if by chance you have anything on Barbara's parents, especially her mother. Either it could be Margaret Gregg or Mitilda Gregg. This is just here say.

Thank you.
Added by Bennett Russell on Dec 24, 2016 3:14 PM
susan kurth
Thank You
Added by susan kurth on Nov 06, 2016 5:53 PM
susan kurth
Hi. I am sorry to not have used the edit feature but I thought this might need an explanation. You have added Ialoff Boras. This is my 2nd g grandmother. A paid researcher has been hunting for her. She started working with the husbands info when she could not find her. So Fredrick Boras is buried with his wife and her name was Olive. We are assuming he spoke her name in accented English which turned into ALOFF. The researcher examined the headstone closely and said what appears to be an I was actually the edge of the cutout for the lettering Also the section card reads Aloff .So that leaves ALOFF. So the person you have here is Olive Ann Rasey b. 1845 in Ohio. The thing that verifies this weird story is that her mother is buried in the same plot. Thanks. Sue
Added by susan kurth on Nov 06, 2016 9:11 AM
Flora (Learn) Mack
More evidence:

From Pine Grove Cemetery Burial Ledger (copy w/me) from former caretaker, Mr. Roberts).
“Randall Plot 1...Sec B...Lot 41. 12/3?/38. Thomas S Mack, age 89, Undertaker Schnoover. {Buried in} wood box.
(same lot 41, next line) 2/25/38. Flora Mack, 84, Undertaker Schnoover. {Buried in} wood box.”

From a 2003 Boy Scout Transcription-Pine Grove Cem-Warren-PA -copy w/me)
“Mack, Laura (Learn), d. Feb 22, 1938” {”Laura” presumed error for “Flora” {her sister Laura (Learn) Blackmer was alive in 1940

Walt Sadler
Added by Walt on Nov 04, 2016 4:21 PM
Flora E (Sankey) Mack?
Note that Flora E & Thomas Mack have the same style gravestones in the Pine Grove Cemetery implying a relationship. Census records indicate they were married.

I'm skeptical that Flora Sankey, of Huntingdon Co, PA in 1860 census and Buffalo Co, WI in 1870, m. Thomas Mack of Pine Grove-Warren-PA (about 1873 per censuses of 1900-1930 Kiantone-Chautauqua-NY). i find no connection & the locations don't overlap.

It's probable that he married Flora E Learn. They were on p 13 & p 18 of the 1870 census for Pine Grove-Warren-PA. I can't find convincing proof of this, but a note on page 9 in the Warren, PA Tribune of 26 June 1928 about the Learn Family Reunion has "Relatives were present...from Kiantone...Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Mack...of Kiantone, NY." This suggests that Mrs. Thomas {Flora} Mack was related to the Learn family.

Walter Sadler (son of Lyston, he b. Russell, PA)
Added by Walt on Nov 04, 2016 8:28 AM
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