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linda (#47671451)
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Bio Photo I live many, many miles away from my own relatives so I know what it's like to need the help of kind volunteers. I am happy to take photos in my own area for others.

I live in the NW suburbs of Chicago. Please see the photo caption for more.
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Zella
Anna etc.
One more thing I did locate - there were a number of obits online saying persons were buried in Scalp Level Cemetery and all the ones I located on findagrave with tombstones were indeed in Mt. Zion. So hopefully that is helpful.

Zella :)
Added by Zella on Sep 12, 2015 8:47 PM
Zella
Anna etc.
My apologies - I just located the problem. You had originally created "Scalp Level Cemetery" in CAMBRIA CO. But Anna's death certificate indicates that she is probably buried over the line in Somerset Co., (she died in Windber) which, although not containing the boro of Scalp Level, does have a general region known by that name. So the cemetery you now have her in is indeed probably the right place. However, the cemetery listed by that name in Cambria county is still in error and does need to be removed. I will attend to that. Please accept my apologies, I was right about the Cambria county one being in error, but was not aware of the region in Somerset - my bad.

Zella :)
Added by Zella on Sep 12, 2015 8:11 PM
Zella
Anna etc.
LOL - wondering how "extensive research" indicates that "Scalp Level Cemetery" in Richland Twp., Cambria County is suddenly Mt. Zion Cemetery in Paint Twp., Somerset County. That's some migration feat. Poor Anna is probably turning in her grave - wherever it is. Thank you so much for your communication - it's always good to have concrete evidence of a 'plop'.

Zella :)
Added by Zella on Sep 12, 2015 7:36 PM
Tracyby
RE: Samuel Black Headstone
Sure thing. Sorry you didn't get what you were hoping for.
Tracy
Added by Tracyby on Aug 16, 2014 9:52 PM
priscilla ross-fox
Norman Clark
Thank you for taking the photo.
Added by priscilla ross-fox on Jun 21, 2013 9:45 AM
dms98
Walton Muir
Thank you very much for this photo of Walton Muir's memorial stone.
Added by dms98 on Jun 19, 2013 3:57 PM
mary conroy
Dean Cashmore Headstone
Hello Linda,
Thank you for taking the time to add Dean Cashmores info to the website. I am so sorry I did not thank you sooner but we were out of the country for awhile.
Many Thanks,
Mary Conroy
Added by mary conroy on Jun 19, 2013 8:16 AM
Deborah J Rumsley
Adam B Schicht
Thank you so much for providing a photo of our dear sweet Adam's grave, he was the son we never had by birth, however we were so blessed to have him fall in love with our daughter & for nine years he was in our lives, and he is forever in our hearts!.. Mimi R
Added by Deborah J Rumsley on Jun 13, 2013 12:46 PM
Kurt Johnson
Harold & Sally Ruhnke
Thanks for the pictures of their marker.
Added by Kurt Johnson on Jun 13, 2013 10:26 AM
dbeffa
Schmalzer
Linda,

Thank you for taking the time to take the photo of Dorothy Schmalzer.
Added by dbeffa on Jun 11, 2013 5:01 PM
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