|Raymond Smiley||RE: George William Kopp|
Thank you so much for that correction and further information. I know little about Enid or George.
My dad, who was prone to slight exaggeration, said he was kicked by a horse. (:
My motes for Enid say:
Died in an automobile accident in Hudson NY with her husband.
Obit in The Daily Express does not list any surviving children.
My notes for George say:
Died in an automobile accident. Buried in Morningside Cemetery, DuBois, PA
In 1900 census listed as being born March 1889 age 11 born in PA occupation farm labor can read, write and speak English
He was a construction worker who was at the time of death working in Hudson NY. He and his wife were in a car that struck a truck. I think he caused the accident. His wife died instantly. It is likely they had no children since none were listed in the obit in the Daily Express Jan 2, 1932.
Thank you so much for the photo of Andrew Galbraith's tombstone. He is a great-great uncle.
Added by Betty on Mar 29, 2015 5:20 PM
|Kevin McClain||Photos of Whitmires|
Hello! I noticed you recently added some photographs of Whitmires - John Jr and Everett B. I'm a descendent of Jacob, who was a brother of John Jr. I am working on a Family History of the Whitmires of Butler Co., starting from Francis, grandfather of Jacob and John Jr. I was wondering if I may make use of the photos - (they are wonderful!) - and if perhaps you have any insight into the stories of these individuals?
|Kevin McClain||John Whitmire Sr|
Thank you so much for the picture of John Whitmire Sr. May I use it elsewhere? I'm working on a family history. Thank you again.
Thanks so much for the photo of Irvin's stone. This much appreciated. May I use the photo in my family tree?
|DJ Csikos||Donald Battin|
Thank you so much for the photos of their memorials, really helps to see stones that are so far away.
|Jenny Bole Bartlett||McKenzie|
Thank you so much this means a lot to me:)
Thanks so much for the photo!
|Mona Anderson||William Sharp|
Thanks for a great photo. Hope it wasn't too hot for you out there. It's way too hot here to tramp cemeteries!
Thank you for the photo of George's gravestone. Your time is greatly appreciated.
Added by Delia on Jul 16, 2013 5:06 AM
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