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|F. S. Runyan (#46493100)|
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I was born in Kelly Twp., Union Co., PA and raised in Milton, Northumberland Co., PA. |
Since 2000, I have been researching and compiling a family history for my three sons.
I am currently researching the names Runyan, VanHorn, Heffelfinger, Deihl, Seidel, Schuyler, Swisher, O'Connell, Malafarina, Holt, Texter, Cromis, Gauger, Brass, Kerr, James, Swartzlander, Hummel among others.
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|Carl Catherman||Nathan Van Horn|
I've added the links you provided for his parents. Thanks for the information.
|Jerry Fair||U. Samuel Savage|
Are you related to Samuel and Sadie? If you are, I will transfer the memorials to you.
|Judi Braddick||Bobb - Runyan Wedding annoucement|
Found this and it may be interesting to you:
Bruce Timothy Bobb
Pauline Truman Runyan
June 17, 1914
Northumberland Pennsylvania USA
PRETTY WEDDING AT RUNYAN HOME TODAY
The home of Mr. and Mrs. W.C. Runyan of RD 2 was the scene of a pretty wedding this morning at six o'clock when their daughter, Miss Pauline Truman Runyan, became the bride of Bruce Timothy Bobb of Sunbury.
The groom is a son of Mrs. Frank Bobb of Turbotville.
The ceremony was performed under a beautiful arch by the Rev. Thompson, pastor of the Baptist church in Sunbury.
Only the immediate relatives were present.
The ring ceremony was used.
The bride was attired in crepe de Chine and carried a bouquet of bridal roses.
Following a wedding breakfast the happy couple motored to this place where they boarded the train over the Pennsy for Medicine Lodge, Kansas, where they will spend their honeymoon the guests of the bride's brother, Guy Runyan, who left for the West seven years ago.
They will be at home in Sunbury after July 15.
The groom is employed as a Pennsy fireman.
Both are popular young people and enjoy the best wishes of a host of friends.
|L & S Rein||Lucian and Rebecca Dunn headstones|
Dear Mr. Runyan,
Thank you for the headstone photos of Lucian and Rebecca Dunn. Lucian Dunn was an older brother of my great grandfather. I live in IL, where my great grandfather settled, any info from his home state is truly appreciated. Thanks again,
|Joe Nihen||Adam J. Page|
I appreciate the time and effort you spent in finding and photographing the grave of Adam J. Page.
Thank you for helping preserve the memory of the 208th Regiment, Pennsylvania Volunteer Infantry.
|Betsy Bentley||George Runyon|
Would you mind if I put the gravestone picture on my ancestry site if I acknowledge where I got it? Thank you for you work on findagrave. I really appreciate it! Betsy