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|LuannG||RE: Peter Allen|
Yes, I took the photo of Peter Allen's stone in the Wolfe Cemetery. It was one of those located in the overgrown area and we tamped down the foliage around it in order to get the photo. We also dusted it with flour so that the name was legible. It's been awhile since I was in the cemetery, but it seems to me that his stone is located in the overgrown area behind where George and Margaret Wolfe are buried. If you can find their stones, I believe Peter's is somewhere behind them. Be careful - lots of poison ivy/oak/sumac.
I wish I could help you with the questions regarding his stone, but I do not know who purchased it or when it was set. I also do not have the Allen surname in my tree, so I'm not much help.
I do, however, know that the Margaret Allen you mention in the 1850 census isn't Margaret McCoy, because Margaret McCoy married George Wolfe and is buried in the Wolfe Cemetery. So at least that might narrow down your focus for her surname.
I wish you the best of luck in your search. Let me know if I can be of any other assistance.
Added by LuannG on Jul 11, 2012 6:43 PM
|Diana||RE: Samuel Spiker|
Sincere apologies for not writing back in regards to Samuel Spiker. My beloved mother passed on after a long illness.
In regards to your inquiry, I did not add the memorial, only placed the memorial flower in his memory. Am no relation to the Spiker Family.
The Find A Grave contributor for his memorial is listed on the left hand side of Samuel Spiker's memorial.
Thank you for taking the time to write and wishing you a nice week.
Added by Diana on Apr 03, 2012 2:35 PM