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|Gary Seymour (#47602794)|
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|Retired school business manager. Building family tree on Ancestry.Com|
Family names: Seymour, Birdsall, Landmesser, Jennings, Grippin, Grippen, Miller, Roof, Coon, Goodyear
|Messages left for Gary Seymour (9)||[Leave Message]|
|Marianne||RE: Rachel Seymour|
Please send me an EDIT/ for a transfer
Added by Marianne on May 24, 2013 7:50 AM
|lyn m. mosher||Judson and Luther Wells|
You recently contacted me in regards to the Wells brothers being related to you through their mother Catherine Grippin Wells. The brothers are related to me through their father, Daniel. Daniel's sister Laura was my great-great grandmother. Always nice to make a connection!
|Pepsi||Wm Crawford Sr|
Go get your email. :-)
Added by Pepsi on Mar 18, 2012 4:57 PM
|Brucene Stulen Seal||Henry Stulen|
Thank you so much for the picture of my Great Great Uncle and his family. I knew he was buried their but was not sure about his wife and daughter. Thank you again
Brucene Stulen Seal
|Neil D Scheidt||Sarah Jackson|
Thanks for the photo of sarah's grave. I corrected the dates. She is a qualified CW veteran and should have a flag and marker.
|Qtzlady||Lacey Street Cemetery|
Thank you for fulfilling my photo requests, I really appreciate it!
Added by Qtzlady on Sep 18, 2011 9:12 AM
|Bill Benson||Thanks for the new photos|
G. - Thanks for adding the photos that weren't on Findagrave yet for the Stevens and Gambles. Appreciate it!!!
|Kate Welch Denney||Lacey Street Cemetery, Laceyville, Wyoming, Penn.|
Thank you so much for the tombstone pictures for George and Lydia (Camp) Johnson. Your efforts are greatly appreciated.
Fran & Kate
|Betty Bush Ross||Timothy & Grace Beeman|
Gary, thanks for looking for their graves. Either they were buried there so long ago there isn't a record or maybe was another cemetery on Lacey Street. I don't have any other record except the book that said they were buried "on Lacey Street." Or possibly the book was wrong. I appreciate all the trouble you went to. I'll keep looking for more information.