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Ron Garrison (#46955292)
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K Goins
Mary M. Garrison
I tried to send you an email about Mary M. Garrison but it came back as undeliverable. Do you know her maiden name ?? Thanks.
Added by K Goins on Dec 31, 2016 3:21 PM
JCLA
RE: Anthony Newhouse
I have provided a number of sources on Anthony's memorial:

*The Pennsylvania Gazette (Philadelphia) from 1749 - 1754; can google to find copies of these.

*Article about Benjamin Franklin: http://articles.philly.com/1995-04-23/news/25688050_1_paper-mill-papermaking-fourdrinier

*The Paper Mills of Trout Run, Pennsylvania: http://paperindustryweb.com/rivermill/troutrun.htm

*The Accounts of Benjamin Franklin Through 1747: http://udspace.udel.edu/handle/19716/2354

*Naturalization of Anthony Newhouse, 18 Sep 1748: Pennsylvania archives (1852) Volume: 2 Subject: Pennsylvania -- History Sources Publisher: Harrisburgh

*Baptism, Jacob Newhouse,
03 Jun 1744: Abington, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA; Abington Presbyterian Church (LDS records)
Added by JCLA on Jul 23, 2016 11:59 AM
Larry & Susan M.
RE: Dexter W. Jones
I did find the obituary online. I don't remember exactly where, but there were several days of that newspaper and I entered all of the obituaries I found.
Susan
Added by Larry & Susan M. on May 22, 2016 3:34 PM
Linda Davis
RE: Wolf's burials
"I hate making mistakes like this"

My reply:

Been there and done that! And, might do it another someday. Feel your pain.
Added by Linda Davis on Apr 21, 2015 10:13 AM
Linda Davis
RE: Wolf's burials
All we can do is record the grave sites.

There are more than one situations like this on Find A Grave. I live in FL and monitor a state mental hospital cemetery periodically to make sure the certain problem, which has been resolved, doesn't reappear.
Added by Linda Davis on Apr 14, 2015 9:26 PM
Linda Davis
RE: Wolf's burials
I understand your reasoning but here are some other points to consider:


On the profile page of the cemetery, it says that this is a defunct cemetery and all the bodies with the tombstones have been moved elsewhere. There shouldn't be any memorials in the cemetery if all were moved.

The purpose of Find A Grave is to record the grave site meaning the actual resting place of the body.

Before entering a memorial, the guidelines instructs a member to search carefully for a prior made memorial so there will not be duplications. Hopefully, the member will search before entering the information from that book and learn that the graves have been moved.

Added by Linda Davis on Apr 14, 2015 6:28 PM
Linda Davis
RE: Wolf's burials
Thank you.

Added by Linda Davis on Apr 14, 2015 1:42 PM
Genealogy Lover
RE: William B. Young
I'm glad you let me know this! Thanks!

Sharyl
Added by Genealogy Lover on Nov 03, 2014 5:13 PM
Beth64
RE: Wm Browning
Wm is my 5th Great Grandfather: William Sr -> William Jr -> John Mooney -> Alfred Jacob -> Ralph Ewing -> Lloyd John -> Lloyd Joseph -> Me (Beth Browning). Ralph Ewing moved to Pittsburgh around 1920 and most of my family is still there. I've been around the world a bit and settled about an hour east of Pittsburgh (for now). What line does your wife follow? I have a bunch more on William, Sr. including a couple pre-nuptual agreements and his last will and testament naming all 12 of his children.
Added by Beth64 on Sep 21, 2014 3:59 PM
AndyMyers
thanks
thanks for the Alexander Young pic. It is greatly appreciated.
Added by AndyMyers on Jul 02, 2013 6:56 AM
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