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Scott & Billie Highbargin (#30655894)
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I started my search of genealogy to find out something about my ancestors. No one in my family really knew very much about our Family History. Although it is far from complete in the few years I have been working on it I have obtained more information than I ever thought Possible And have had a lot of help from other people searching their histories as well. I hope in placing this information on this sight that it not only will be here for years to come but will help someone out there searching for their ancestors.
Several years have past since I started this research & found this fantastic web site to post this information on. It continues to grow more every year. This is a great way to make sure this information will be here for the generations to come. God Bless
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Mary Jane (Young) Evertz
levi parks
Hi, I was wondering if the Parks are your ancestors? John Parks from Selinsgrove PA is my ancestor and I wanted to see about sharing info. Thanks Mary Jane
Added by Mary Jane (Young) Evertz on Oct 17, 2015 12:32 PM
Jill Greene
Clell Weldon Mott
Hi there, can you please transfer Clell and wife Lavone Stephens Mott to me, They are my Aunt and Uncle. Thanks, so much,

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Alvin Derby
Pettigrew Cemetery Transfer
Hello I would like to ask if you could transfer all memorials you have in the above cemetery. I would like to take over this cemetery and update all the memorials. I have taken all the photos of the persons still buried in this Pettigrew-Allen Cemetery. Thank You Alvin
Added by Alvin Derby on Sep 07, 2012 9:01 AM
Edwin Hale
Can you please transfer Edwin Hale #6169166 to me. He is my GG-great uncle. If there is someone else who already has claim on him through a closer connection, please let me know, otherwise, I appreciate the transfer.
Thank you kindly,
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Dennis & Linda
Katherine Ledford
Thank you for the transfer. -- dennis
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Dennis & Linda
James Tisdale
Thank you for the transfer of James Tisdale at the Round Mountain Cemetery. - dennis
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Delila Sexson
Thank you so much for posting the Sexson graves! It has helped my research greatly. There is a photo of J. C. (Joel) Sexson's headstone, but not of Delila's. Was hers too degraded to get a picture of?
Thank you once again!
Added by PPE on Jan 16, 2010 5:59 PM
David Randall
I am David Randall and I'm looking for Randall graves in woodruff and milford, also plato IN.
Surnames are: Randall/Randol, Coney, Case.
Added by David Randall on Jun 06, 2009 8:40 AM
Judi Pantano
Mary and John Paul Musselman
Thank you so much for transferring JP and Mary to me. JP is my gggg grandfather and Mary is an aunt by marriage. Thank you again!
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William Allen in the Pettigrew Cemetery Fayetteville AR
I found this obit. and thought it matched up with
you William Allen in the Pettigrew Cemetery.

Fayetteville Weekly Democrat
January 9,1869

ALLEN, Wm. - Died, at his residence 5 miles west of his city on the 30th of December 1868, Wm. Allen, in
the 65th year of his age. When a good man died it is a loss to the community as well as to his immediate friends and relatives and such was the case when Mr. Allen departed this life. -His death had been long anticipated which tended to soften the anguish of friends and relatives. Conscious that the time was near at hand when he must bid adieu to earth and its turmoils, nerved and buoyed up with the ardor of a true christianity, he made all is preparations and met his fate with that calm resignation that attends only the good man when called to pass along the dark valley of death. HE died as he had lived, one of God's noblemen - an honest, upright man. We will not
attempt in the language of a cold calculation humanity to draw aside the veil that hides from the outer world the sorrow and grief of his stricken wife and children. Through the gloom of their sorrow comes the proud consolation that in all after years when they stand beside the grave of the departed husband and father they will realize the fact that in green earth's quiet bosom
sleeps one upon whom, during a long and useful life the breath of dishonor never rested and who went to the bosom of his God with all the christian hopes clustering around him. He has finished his course. The will of God is accomplished and the earth in her cold embrace conceals the form of our much loved friend; but he has left to all as a heritage an upright and manly example that it will be well to imitate.
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