Thank you very much for your quick response in updating the three memorials.
Added by Carl Catherman on Sep 16, 2014 8:00 AM
|Staci Sexauer||RE: Gunsallus's and Cassidy's|
I have not been there, but I'm planning a trip that direction sometime in the next few months. There are several cemeteries I want to visit there.
Added by Staci Sexauer on Sep 05, 2014 9:16 AM
|Staci Sexauer||Gunsallus's and Cassidy's|
Thank you so much for all your hard work on the Cassidy's and Gunsallus's of Centre county. You've opened up a whole new realm of my family for me. I was really excited to learn that Eustacia 'Stachee' Gunsallus died in Snow Shoe. My name is Staci, and I moved to Snow Shoe for a couple of years while I was working out of State College. I felt instantly at home there, which is why I took a place so far from my office.
Added by Staci Sexauer on Sep 03, 2014 10:19 PM
|Kenneth Gilbert||Erwin Mueller|
Thanks for creating his memorial. I'd been looking for him and when I found your memorial, I wrote a bio for him which resulted in his receiving "Famous" status (which is why it is now managed by Findagrave, if you were wondering). I'm PSU '78 so I'm always looking for "State's Greats" as "Town and Gown" calls them.
Added by Kenneth Gilbert on Mar 29, 2014 7:26 PM
|Gooseneck Farm||Me Again|
Hi Melinda, I have lots of info on a relative - Homer Fetzer #27894045 and wife Rose #27894056 in Advent Cemetery. I'd appreciate their transfers or if you want, I'll give you what I know! I'm so glad you documented this cemetery. Lori #47464977.
Added by Gooseneck Farm on Jul 29, 2012 11:22 AM
I just love making connections to relatives I didn't know I had! There is a Joseph Elmer and Joseph Miles Fetzer in my tree. As a family, we were close to Uncle Joe (Elmer) in Florida. I have several photos. He was my often spoke of Grandma's brother. Do you have your tree posted anywhere? Mine is private on Ancestry, but will give you access if you like. Where are you from? Lori. Gooseneckfarm@juno.com
Added by Gooseneck Farm on Jun 23, 2012 2:38 PM
Yes, Andrew Walker and Catharine Fetzer are my 4th great grand aunt and uncle. I have several Lucases, let me check further. Fetzer is my grandmother's maiden name. I lived with her most of my growing-up years in Buffalo, NY. Any Anchors? Lori
Added by Gooseneck Farm on Jun 23, 2012 7:49 AM
The photo is of Oscar only. Sorry. Read your bio. I have alot of Poormans, some Walkers and Lucases in my tree too. Nice to know someone else is interested in Clearfield, PA!! My 10 yr. old Grandma Fetzer and her family survived the devastating flood in Austin.
Added by Gooseneck Farm on Jun 18, 2012 6:03 PM
Thanks Melinda. I lived with my Grandma Carrie E. Fetzer Kruger most of my life growing up. Is she in your tree? There is a nice portrait photo of Oscar and Frances on several Ancestry.com trees, if you are interested. Lori
Added by Gooseneck Farm on Jun 18, 2012 5:51 PM
|Jeffrey Tull||Walkers in Cedar Hill Cemetery|
There were several photos posted today from Cedar Hill cemetery for the Walker family. It looks like my suspicion was correct that Eliza was married to James Wells Walker. I think there are a few other clues too but I need to look over my records to sort it all out.
Added by Jeffrey Tull on Feb 29, 2012 5:42 PM
|mary lee keane||Poorman photos|
On my website, bedient.info, I have photos of Poormans and related lines from the early/mid 20th century. I will be posting many more over the year ahead. You are welcome to copy them.
I do ask that you add my grandmother to the list of children of Ida Poorman Witmer. She was Bessie Myrtle Bedient, b: 30 May 1882.
M: Arthur A. Bedient 25 Dec 1902. She died in 1960 and is buried in the Coopers Plains Cemetery, Coopers Plains NY.
Added by mary lee keane on Jan 28, 2012 9:36 AM
|VickiO||Agnes Geus & William Turner|
Thank you for the corrections. I didn't like it that I only had a first initial for Agnes. Since the Turner's are related to your husband, I am transferring management of their memorials to you.
I am not related to them -- just trying to document graves at Cedar Lawn. It is a beautiful cemetery with many monuments from the silk era -- both the mill owners and the workers are buried there. That's a lot of history.
Added by VickiO on Jul 12, 2011 7:09 PM
|Little Bo Peep||Lucas|
Rebecca Asley b. 1765 daughter of Thomas Askey and Betsy Baker married Joseph Lucas (formerly Lukens) and her sister, Anne Peggy b. 1771 married Baptist Lucas. So I guess we go back a long way!! No wonder I keep seeing your name on memorials I am checking. Thanks so very much for the Zimmerman family transfers and all the work you do on FindAGrave.
Added by Little Bo Peep on Jun 29, 2011 11:35 AM