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Marianne (#47147246)
 member for 9 years, 7 months, 6 days
Sandy A
RE: Looking for Hornings
thanks Marianne

Added by Sandy A on May 13, 2016 9:32 AM

Lanell Rabner
Thank you for the transfers
Marianne! Many thanks for transferring the " Young" children memorials to my care. You are a wonderful asset to family history for so many people. I appreciate all your time photographing and verifying and working to make these memorials as complete as possible. I wish I lived closer to the home of my ancestors and was able to help in this work as well. But I don't, so for now, I will do my best to just fill in the holes. Thank you again! You are truly a good woman and I appreciate you so very much.

Kindest regards,
~lanell rabner

Added by Lanell Rabner on May 13, 2016 5:33 AM

Sandy A
Looking for Hornings
Perhaps you can help me. My grandparents are Jessie and Harris Horning, born in Kittanning and Butler PA. I can find no info anywhere on them. This info was on my fathers birth In 1925 they were 30 and 31. this all I have. If you come across any Hornings, please send a note my way. Also, when someone sends me an edit and I accept it and change it, how do I get the now blank request info that I entered removed from the edit list? sorry I am probably not saying it right. this is the first one that I received and have done.
here's a little more info on my gparents

My Grandfather's info:
Harris Horning, Born in Kittanning, PA
at the time of my father's birth (feb. 12, 1925) he was 31.
Grandmother: Jesse Davis Horning, born in Butler, PA, age 30 at the same time.
This is the info on the birth certificate of twin sons, Donald Marion Horning and Eugene Harris Horning
They were listed in the 1925 NY census as living in East Aurora,NY at a boarding house under Millard Curtis page 4, the twins were on page 5 under Burton Rogers - at least that's what I have noted. From there they moved to Olean NY. Thanks, Sandy

Added by Sandy A on May 11, 2016 12:14 PM

Sandy A
RE: Thank You...
You're very welcome, Marianne. I just started by looking for my Aunt and Uncle, and have yet to find them. There are more additions to come!

Added by Sandy A on May 11, 2016 11:47 AM

Frank Fonner
Isabella Davis
She is my father-in-law's great grandmother.

Her birth year was also 1830, not 1880.

The date has faded in the stone and is hard to read.

She was 81 years old, not 31, at the time of her death.

I am still trying to locate information on her husband, James Davis, the one named on her headstone.

If you found his grave in the Mt Lebanon cemetery near her, I would love to know his dates of birth/death.

Added by Frank Fonner on May 10, 2016 12:42 PM

RE: Re- Mary Clark Snell edit
I will put together the info you want. There are six pages on the Snells. I will also send you the cover page. From what I can tell the book was self-published in 1922. They were sold within the family for $4.00 or two for $7.50 (Quite a bit of money for 1922.) It might take me a while to put this together. My wife and I are trying to put a trip together and we are in the throws of trying to obtain some difficult visas so that is my top priority at this moment.

Added by paulofannandale on May 09, 2016 10:33 PM

RE: Re- Mary Clark Snell edit
Interesting question. In the early 1920s a rumor circulated around the Baker family of Western Pennsylvania that they were about to inherit a fortune from a member of the branch of the Baker family that remained in Eastern Pennsylvania. To protect themselves from fortune-hunters, they decided to document all descendants of John Adam Baker (1770-1832). Thus was created the 260 page "Baker Book" published in 1922. Mary Clark's husband George Snell was a descendant. I am also and I have a photocopy of the Baker Book which I am now updating. Mary's DOB is listed in the book. The book is for the most part accurate though I have found a number of errors. Hope this helps. (I may be able to provide additional information on George's ancestors or George and Mary's descendants.) Paul

Added by paulofannandale on May 08, 2016 1:03 PM

Deborah Rudy
I've been chasing down every Alice Shaffer, it seems, for years. All info I sent you was from hard copy official docs. Clyde and this Alice Shaffer, sadly, were not any of mine. But hopefully the info I gleaned will help one of their descendants. You are welcome.

Added by Deborah Rudy on May 07, 2016 1:39 PM

RE: Thank you !!!

Added by TRICIA on May 05, 2016 10:36 AM

J.R. Pfaff
RE: Re-Dithrich
You are very welcome and thank you for the transfers.


Added by J.R. Pfaff on Apr 28, 2016 7:40 PM

J.D. Smith
Recent Transfers
Hey Marianne, just wanted to give you a quick thanks for the recent transfers! I should be back to my research (full-speed) any week now. Best to you, always. J.D.

Added by J.D. Smith on Apr 23, 2016 11:46 PM

Sue Hoadley
RE: Thank you...
Thank you, Marianne! I'll take good care of them.

Added by Sue Hoadley on Apr 21, 2016 2:11 PM

Sue Hoadley
RE: Thank you...
Sort of ... LOL! I'm following a DNA trail from Have not figured out how/where the connection is yet -- but the DNA does not lie! I appreciate the offer, but not a priority right now.

Added by Sue Hoadley on Apr 21, 2016 9:30 AM

Sue Hoadley
RE: Thank you...
You are very welcome! The records on Find A Grave have solved many family mysteries for me. It's a small way to pay it back, and pay it forward, too!


Added by Sue Hoadley on Apr 21, 2016 4:34 AM

Ralph Satterfield
Martin Spencer
Thanks for the correction.

Added by Ralph Satterfield on Apr 18, 2016 7:18 PM

B. Felix
RE: Re-Martha Clabaugh
You're very welcome.

Added by B. Felix on Apr 16, 2016 4:54 PM

Natalie and Joseph Kurutz
Thank you so much for the transfer of Felix and Joanna Marino, and Anne and George Zatsick.
I'd also like to request the transfer of Natalie #90195086, and Joseph J. Kurutz #84683371, (my husband's aunt; died young, no children). Thank you.

Added by Angela on Apr 11, 2016 1:41 PM

Shirley Coffey
William L Frantz
Thank you for posting his information

Added by Shirley Coffey on Apr 03, 2016 11:17 AM

RE: Thank you...
You're welcome!

Added by BAB/FNB on Apr 01, 2016 8:34 PM

Vincent Caviglia
RE: Thank You...
You are quite welcome!

Added by Vincent Caviglia on Mar 31, 2016 3:06 PM

Jan A
@--->---- Didn't know how else to leave a flower lol. Hope all is well with you guys. Jan

Added by Jan A on Mar 30, 2016 8:07 PM

Eva Shick and others
Hi Marianne -- I just wanted to say thank you so much for transferring Eva Shick and so many other family members to my care. I really appreciate it!!


Added by Cookie on Mar 30, 2016 6:27 PM

Thanks for the transfer!
Thank you so much for the transfer of Mathias and Mary Ernst! I'll work to update them and link family!

Added by Ohara720 on Mar 30, 2016 11:43 AM

Thank you!
Just wanted to say thanks for passing along my great grandfather Howe's memorial. Much appreciative. I'll get the reat of the family linked. Thanks again Marianne!


Added by jmh2378 on Mar 28, 2016 1:34 PM

Lisa Faith Harris
Searching for Christina Zufall Pifer
I thank you from the depths of my heart for the work that you and others do, to reaquaint family members. I have been trying to find either a birth record or death/burial record for my great great grandmother Christina Zufall Pifer, who was married to George Washington Pifer and died before the age of 40, which could have been in the 1870's to 1880's. I have found a Christina Zufall but that was her married name and she lived to be in her 80's or more.
Again, MANY thanks for your work!
Lisa Faith Harris

Added by Lisa Faith Harris on Mar 22, 2016 2:42 PM


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