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Duke Clark (#47920567)
 member for 2 years, 2 days
graver
Otto Clark.
Duke:

Thanks for the information on Otto. I moved him over to the Union Cemetery in McConnellsburg. Much appreciated!

Rick

Added by graver on Aug 14, 2014 8:46 AM

Warren Eastright
McCall Family
Hi Duke, sorry, but I don't have any infomation of McCall's north of Charlotte, North Carolina.
Just to pre-Revolutionary War.

Warren

Added by Warren Eastright on Feb 27, 2014 6:01 AM

Irma
RE: Russell Black
Hi-thanks for doing that, if he notifies me, I'll be glad to either delete mine or transfer it. I am related to Russell Black, only very remotely, thru the Carper's. Thanks, irma

Added by Irma on Feb 22, 2014 10:25 AM

Irma
Russell Black
Hi-Your suggestion is that my entry for Russell Black is a duplicate-here's your suggestion-
Memorials 73501798, created Jul2011, and 77489580, created Oct2011, are duplicates. The one created in Oct2011 has more data.

The fact is, since my entry was added first, it is the other person who has the duplicate. They should have contacted me to ask me to transfer my entry to them, which I would have been glad to do. They are in the wrong, even tho they have more information. They have not followed the rules for this website.
My entry stays, until they contact me. Looks like when the weather gets a little better, you need to get out into your local cem and do some transcribing! irma

Added by Irma on Feb 22, 2014 5:51 AM

Warren Eastright
RE: McCALL connections
Hi Duke, getting ready to go out of town for a few days, will respond to your question about McCall's when we return in mid-week. My wife is the McCall.

Warren

Added by Warren Eastright on Feb 21, 2014 7:19 PM

Yvonne Freed Dunn
Mildred Pearl Troutman Bowser Hood
Hello I fixed it. Thank you for making the mistake of mine that I can fix it. Sorry it happens sometimes. Again thank you for letting me know. Have a wonderful day.

Yvonne

Added by Yvonne Freed Dunn on Jan 09, 2014 9:51 AM

Rick Kuhns
RE: Violet KUHNS, Memorial 85814466
I have no idea about any of the Kuhns's buried in Donegal. I was just visiting the area as I used to live there as a kid, went to the C&MA church right in front of the graveyard, and decided to take pics when I saw so many Kuhns's in the graveyard, just in case I turned out to be related (no hits so far though I suspect there is a connection way back).

Added by Rick Kuhns on Dec 08, 2013 10:57 AM

Jeffrey Lantz
RE: Possible relative?
Duke,

My Hamilton side goes back to Saxton. That would be James Hamilton b. 1796 in Scotland and d. 1860 in Saxton. His wife was Margaret Foster, also from Scotland b. 1795 and d. 1870 in Philly. I'm guessing they had a relative in Philly with whom she went to stay with after James passed. Anyway, I have my link up to me and it goes through Abraham Hamilton who lived in Smithfield with his wife Mazie Edwards, who is my gr. grandma. She later married a Heaton and was thus Grandma Heaton to all.

Let me know what info you need, I have most of it on Ancestry.com.


Jeff

Added by Jeffrey Lantz on Oct 27, 2013 7:48 PM

lolo1951
RE: Nina Kaye GINGERICH
I'm sorry I cannot assist you more as I snapped this stone while photographing my many ancestors at Bowman's. There are Hamilton's and Kyler's at Bowman's Chapel Cemetery, but did not see the names you mentioned. I did photograph the entire cemetery while there in April 2013.

Added by lolo1951 on Oct 24, 2013 8:46 PM

Amanda Smith
RE: AMICK family connection
William Sylvester Amick's parents were
George G. Amick 1842 1927
Mary Amanda Pensyl 1845 1933

Added by Amanda Smith on Mar 08, 2013 7:57 PM

Amanda Smith
RE: AMICK family connection
Yes I decend from William Sylvester Amick and Elsie Gertrude Suter, They are my Great Great Great Grandparents.

Added by Amanda Smith on Mar 08, 2013 7:55 PM

Hannah Kepple
RE: Yellow Creek cemeteries?
THE STEELE CEMETERY IS A SEPERATE CEMETERY. THE ST. PAUL'S CEMETERY WAS ALSO KNOWN AS THE YELLOW CREEK REFORMED CEM. I THINK THAT IT WAS CALLED THE YELLOW CREEK REFORMED CEM. THEN WHEN THE ADJACTED CHURCH WENT FROM REFORMED TO UNITED CHURCH OF CHRIST, THEN IT BECAME THE ST. PAUL'S UCC CEM. SINCE THAT THE CHURCH HAS BECOME INDEPENDANT, THUS ST. PAUL'S CHURCH OF YELLOW CREEK CEM. WHEN i STRAIGHTENED OUT THE 2 SEPERATE CEM. AND PUT THE PEOPLE BURIED IN THE STEELE CEM, I ALSO STRAIGHTENED OUT THE ONE AT OUR CHURCH, WHICH NOW GOES BY ST. PAUL'S CHURCH OF YELLOW CREEK CEM. HOPE THIS HELPS YOU.

Added by Hannah Kepple on Jan 03, 2013 6:59 PM

Bonnie Morris Conrad
Daniel Berkstresser
Sorry I can't change his place of Birth as I have now citied my source. As I checked my source I find that my source disagrees with the book you used as a source. My source is his great granddaughter Ada Friedly who lived in Versailles.

Added by Bonnie Morris Conrad on Dec 07, 2012 12:40 PM

Bonnie Morris Conrad
Berkstresser
Thanks Duke I will post with your source.

Added by Bonnie Morris Conrad on Dec 07, 2012 12:28 PM

Bonnie Morris Conrad
Berkstresser
Hi Duke,
I'm a little confused about your note on #86553133 which isn't one of my posts. But I think this may be another case for citing sources which is my new mission. Lot's of genealogists are asking posters to add info, change info,without any sources or documentation and the waters are getting muddier by the minute. I would be glad to help any way I can so could you tell me again what you need me to do? Thanks for your volunteer work to make Find A Grave better.

Added by Bonnie Morris Conrad on Dec 06, 2012 10:32 PM

Harriet (Nave) Clapper
RE: Location of Centerville
Duke, Centerville is located along Route 220 going south from Bedford. It is about half way between Bedford and Cumberland, Md. At one time it was a very busy town but it still remains fairly large as far as small towns go. About 50 years ago when the state built the new route 220 they bypassed Centerville, but it is still along 220.

Added by Harriet (Nave) Clapper on Dec 02, 2012 11:24 AM

Amanda Smith
RE: AMICK family connection
My great-great grandma Gladys was an Amick.

Added by Amanda Smith on Nov 29, 2012 9:10 PM

M. S. Hoover
RE: Duplication of entry
...thanks for catching that...i deleted it...msh...

Added by M. S. Hoover on Nov 03, 2012 9:07 PM

Michael
RE: Clarence Medford WISEMAN
Hi Duke,

You were asking me if the Clarence Wiseman's memorial that I posted was married to Kathryn Anciaux. I do not know. He is laid to rest with Cecelia Wiseman who I assuming is his wife. I have posted his grave marker photo for you.

Michael

Added by Michael on Oct 28, 2012 5:25 AM

Julie Grabill Rasmussen
RE: Duplication of entry
Thanks. I deleted mine.

Added by Julie Grabill Rasmussen on Oct 07, 2012 7:44 PM

Arleta ♥
RE: RAGSDALE persons
Duke, thanks for writing. I'm sorry, I don't have George Edwin Loy in my database and don't know to which family Denise (Ragsdale) Loy belongs. I didn't know Audrey & Gilmer personally, but according to Gilmer's obituary, Denise is not one of their children.

Added by Arleta ♥ on Oct 01, 2012 3:05 PM

Kat
Welcome to find a grave
your 4th cuz twice removed

Added by Kat on Aug 28, 2012 6:49 PM

Kat
RE: Are we related?
hi Duke, it's just me Terry McGuire. As u know we are related we are 4th cousins twice removed!!!!!, although at some point I m sure we will find a closer relationship in the Bedford mess.

Added by Kat on Aug 28, 2012 6:47 PM

 
 

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