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|Todd Walker (#46600954)|
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Glad to be of help by contributing to this site, both with my own relations and others in cemeteries that I visit.|
If you see any of my submissions that are in need of correction or could use additional info, please let me know.
ps. Click on my profile photo for more information on this 'missing' ancestor of mine, and possibly help to locate him.
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|Brian J. Ensley||RE: Ream's|
I agree, it's fun yet challenging, but sometimes frustrating. But I thank you for your efforts and for all you do. Just know your work is appreciated!
|gordon rogers||John Rodgers|
Thank you very much Todd for the fine picture of the headstone for John Rodgers. PA is a long ways from CA so you have done me a favor.
|Brian J. Ensley||Ream's|
Thank you very much for taking the time to locate and photograph these for me. I really appreciate this and all of your efforts!
|jackie lowrie||John and Sarah Lowrie, both D. 1837|
The posting for Eliza Lowrie Ritchey included the names of John and Sarah Lowrie as parents of this Eliza.
I believe that is correct but have not been able to find any documents to show that.
She was only 13 when they died. I have seen the record of John's death of yellow fever in Mobile, AL on July 4, 1837 and of Sarah in PA along with John's mother Catherine Cameron Lowrie in Dec 1837.
I wonder if one of John's siblings took care of Eliza and another child - possibly Robert Lowrie B. 1827 - after the deaths of their parents and grandmother. I am sending a request to the Orphan's Court in PA in case there is a record of what happened to them but possibly there was just an informal agreement for a sibling to care for them ??
Anything you can share about this would be so appreciated.
Sincerely, Jackie Lowrie
P.S. I can definitely trace my line from Robert Lowrie (1827-1881) to Robert Walter Lowrie (1870-1948) to Howard Russell Lowrie (1897-1972) to my father Robert E. Lowrie (1926-2009)
|BigFrench||Martha Usnarski Zwolski transfer|
|wndwlker||RE: Irene (Kreibel) Whitling #44085010|
Sorry, I don't know her place of death....just found her obit and passed it on to you.
Added by wndwlker on Feb 25, 2017 10:29 AM
|Cheryl McDonald||RE: White Oak Cemetery|
I found out that it is the White Oak Springs Cemetery in Conequenessing on Rt 68. It is also found to be FAKE NEWS on Facebook. However, there were some stones that have fallen over within the last 6 months but not as "reported" on Facebook.
Sorry for the false alarm.
|Cheryl McDonald||White Oak Cemetery|
Is this the cemetery that is being dug up by a developer? Or is it the White Oak Cemetery in Renfrew.
Stones are being torn up and set aside.
|juliekrt||Benjamin Gardner, Sr.|
I just saw a photo that I had not seen before of my fifth greatgrandfather. He was a conductor in the Underground Railroad in Clarion County, PA.
Added by juliekrt on Feb 11, 2017 11:33 AM
|Laurie Large||Weaver memorial|
Thanks for getting back to me regarding the Weaver headstone. I think I may have figured out who this memorial belongs to. I found a daughter of Levi & Mary Ann Weaver on the 1860 census, Catherine, however; she is not on the 1870 census. So, after searching via ancestry.com and not finding anything for Catherine, I thought of this picture. I used contrast and every other means of looking at this headstone, I believe (I'm going with my gut too) that this is Catherine the daughter of Levi and Mary Weaver.
Thank you for taking this picture and your wise words. Have a blessed day.
P.S. Joseph J their son died in 1941 and was buried there also, but I don't believe they would use limestone like that in 1941 do you?
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