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Judi Dickens Paul (#47526328)
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Hi. I have been researching my family's genealogy for over 25 years and that is what led me to Find A Grave. Much appreciation is given to those of you that have donated so much of your time and effort to this site. I am unable to travel much and depend on you all for your contributions. Thank you.
Family names I am interested in is Dickens, Wagner, Wilcoxson, Davis, Depue, Coffee, Fine, Cutbirth, Chandler, Callaway, Boone, Arnold, Persun, Watters and McGregor.
Please feel free to contact me with questions or suggestions.
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Peggy Bargen Duey
Noah & Augustus Arnold
Since they don't fall within the guidelines and I have done a lot of research on them, including the obits, I will not be transferring them. You can always put them in a virtual cemetery.
Added by Peggy Bargen Duey on Jul 20, 2017 7:31 PM
RE: Re: Transfer
No problem. You need another, just holler. If it's loud enough for internet to hear, I
Have a good day.
Added by June on Apr 24, 2017 5:45 AM
Jerome Joseph Paul
Hi Judy,

I have found similar situations as yours at Holy Family where the person is not actually interred here but rather in nearby cemeteries. Such is the case for Jerome. For some reason, his burial appears in Church Records. I will put a copy of your note on his memorial with your comments.

Thank you for your understanding.
Added by Patrizia on Apr 18, 2017 5:32 PM
June Fine McAllister
RE: Fine Family
Yes, it is interesting to find out about relatives. I'm not really in contact with anyone from the family so this is nice for me.

Added by June Fine McAllister on Aug 01, 2016 3:31 PM
June Fine McAllister
RE: Fine Family
My father - Aubrey Lloyd Fine
My grandfather - Albert Bluford Fine
My great grandfather - Zacharia Fine
My great, great grandfather - William Bledsoe Fine
My great, great, great grandfather William Fine (married to Catherine Sively)
My great, great, great, great grandfather - Vinet Fine

Clicking back from my fatherís page shows the connection:

Added by June Fine McAllister on Jul 27, 2016 4:36 PM
June Fine McAllister
Fine Family
I'm wondering how we're related..if we are. My maiden name was June Frances Fine, daughter of Aubrey Lloyd Fine, whose father was Albert Bluford Fine, who was the son of Zach Fine, etc....
Added by June Fine McAllister on Jul 22, 2016 5:18 PM
Teresa Truan Smith
RE: Transfer of Memorial
I thought I had G P Arnold, but he's with Pat Callahan, no longer a contributor. Did you go to the Find A Grave webmaster to request a transfer? Teresa
Added by Teresa Truan Smith on Aug 04, 2015 10:22 AM
Teresa Truan Smith
RE: Transfer of Memorial
Hi Judi,

Looks like we're distant cousins. I'm related to the Arnolds through Mary Miller (Find A Grave Memorial# 63253006) who married Michael Micah Arnold father of Dr. George P. Arnold your 2nd-gr-grandfather.

I'll gladly give you G P. Arnold if you want him.

Best Regards, Teresa Truan-Smith

My 4th gr-grandmother Elizabeth Betey Smith Baugher Miller Find A Grave Memorial# 46262468
Added by Teresa Truan Smith on Aug 01, 2015 3:30 PM
Dr. Joey Phillips
RE: Jonas Phillips grave stone
Hi Judi

Let me start by saying that the grave stone for Jonas Tobias Phillips III and Mary Jane (Coggins) Phillips is one of my favorites. I love its simplicity. I have wondered about the bird which I believe is a dove. Generally symbols of doves on christian tombstones are generally interpreted as a symbol of resurrection. There is another symbol five dots arranged in a quincunx. This one causes me more contemplation. It is generally translated as a symbol of spiritual significance. Though I am not familiar with what the significance is and am researching that.


Added by Dr. Joey Phillips on Feb 12, 2013 8:20 PM
Jack D.Diehl, Jr.
I am fullfilling your requests for photo of C. & E. Sheets stone in Anthony cemetery in Lycoming County, PA. While fullfilling your request I also photo and posted other Sheets stones in the same plot. Check it out!
Added by Jack D.Diehl, Jr. on Oct 21, 2011 8:57 AM
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