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Thank you for the help. I am a Havener family researcher so if you would transfer Hazel Havener Beal, I would appreciate it.
I have already sent most of my information to your memorials and deleted my duplicates. Hopefully I didn't miss anything. Thanks, too for explaining that the old and new are together there so I don't get caught up again. I live in MI so I have never seen this cemetery. Rita
Added by pipp43 on Feb 22, 2017 12:15 PM
I have this person entered in the
Jersey (new) CEM
Can you transfer this memorial and James G. Beal #99706124 to me? I will remove my (duplicate) memorials from the Jersey (new) Cem and put/combine them in this cemetery, Jersey Baptist as this has the stone and must be the correct cemetery. Thankyou. Rita
Added by pipp43 on Feb 21, 2017 7:04 PM
|Robert Platt||ID # 133699849 and 133699872|
Charles May and Belinda Baker May
Death took two members of one family in Berlin, Wednesday evening within a period of four and one-half hours, with the husband and wife having been in apparently good health up until the time of their death. Charles G. May, 71, of Berlin, R. D. 2, died suddenly at his home after having come in from out-of-doors. He collapsed and died before a doctor could be summoned. At the term of his death, his wife, Belinda Baker May was greatly shocked, and she too collapsed. Her death resulted within four and a half hours. The Mays are survived by these children; Mrs. Richard Bingner and Mrs. Elkins Deeter, of Berlin; Wilson and James, both of Berlin, R.D. 2; also a sister of Mr. May, Mrs. Jerry Smith of Washington, D.C. Charles was born February 23, 1882, a son of James and Margaret Shook May. He farmed the land on which he lived. Mrs. Belinda Baker May, 62, was born July 23, 1891, a daughter of Wilson and Mary Ream Baker. Both Mr. and Mrs. May were members of the Brothersvalley Church of the Brethren. Friends will be received at the Johnson and Son funeral home in Berlin, where joint services will be conducted Saturday at 3:30 p.m., with the Rev. Austin Cooper officiating. The double interment will be in the I.O.O.F. cemetery, Berlin.
Obit. dated November 5, 1953, Mary S. Biesecker Library, scanned obituaries
|Robert Platt||Doctor S. Good ID # 158100953|
Doctor Samuel Good, 76, of Friedens, R.D. 1, died Friday. He was a son of Michael and Sarah Barron Good, and is survived by his wife, Clara Barron Good, and these children; Oscar, of Boswell, R.D. 2; Nannie, at home; Mrs. Earl Hemminger, of Friedens, R.D. 1; Paul, of Friedens; five grandchildren; Roy, Alice, Clarence, Eugene and James Hemminger; also one great grandchild. Mr. Good was a farmer. Friends are being received at the Hauger funeral home. Services will be conducted in the Friedens Lutheran church Monday at 2 p.m., with the Rev. Arthur Yeagy officiating. Interment in Somerset County Memorial park.
Obit. dated Noverber 28, 1953, Mary S. Biesecker Library, scanned obituaries
|carol young||mary susan gerhard obituary|
Her obituary needs edited, she is the daugther of Ada Virginia and Paul Earnest Gerhard. Earnest is not part of her name. My e-mail is email@example.com
Susie is my cousin and my name is Carol
|Robert Platt||George Fogle and Margaret Easton|
George C. Fogle, 102280183, wife Margaret, 102281813, Obit for George below.
George Fogle, formerly a citizen of Salisbury, where he was born and reared, but later a resident of Johnstown, Pa., died of paralysis in a hospital in that city the latter part of last week, in the 63rd year of his age. He was a son of the late Adam and Caroline Hartline Fogle, and like his father, was a stone mason by trade, following that occupation the greater portion of his life. He is survived by his wife, who was Miss Maggie Easton before she was married, and also by children as follows: Zella, wife of Leadie Slick of Johnstown; Mary,
wife of John Orico, of Detroit, Mich.; Edith, wife of William Riley, West Salisbury; James, of Johnstown; Robert, of Detroit, Mich., and Leadie, of West Salisbury. He is also survived by one brother and two sisters, namely, Harvey
Fogle and Mrs. William Cochrane of Akron, Ohio; Mrs. Nellie Bender of Trafford City, Pa., and also by one half-brother, William H. Fogle, of Connellsville, Pa., and by a number of grandchildren. The body of Mr. Fogle was brought to the home of his son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. William Riley, of West Salisbury, last Sunday, where the funeral
service was held Monday at 3 p.m., conducted by Rev. S. D. Sigler, pastor of the Salisbury Lutheran Church. Interment was in the Salisbury I.O.O.F. Cemetery. Among the near relatives in attendance at the funeral were the wife and children of the deceased; also the brother, half-brother and sister already mentioned, as well as some of the members of their families, and Dr. James Easton, of Romney, W.Va.
Meyersdale Republican, September 17, 1931
Warren Fogle 135419768 and Mary Fogle 135419807 are husband and wife
|Corleen Sanner Schmucker||Patty A. sanner|
May I please also manage Memorial # 96451723. This is my mother Patty A. Sanner (Walker). Many thanks!
|Barbara Muir||RE: re your FAG photos|
Many thanks again the time and effort involved in taking the photos and for sharing. I have given you the photo credit...."Photo Credit: Thanks to "Ancestor Searcher”, Find A Grave Website, Photo used with permission" Bye Barb
|Barbara Muir||re your FAG photos|
Many thanks for the wonderful work you and other Find A Grave contributors do by taking photos of Grave Markers. I wonder if your photos are copyright or can I share them on my family tree on Ancestry.com. I will give you the photo credit eg Photo Credit: Thanks to "Ancestor Searcher”, Find A Grave Website, Photo used with permission. Many thanks, Barb Muir Gillespie-from Australia
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