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PFC James Rexford (Rex) Scowden KIA WW I buried in France, also has stone in Rose Hill Cemetery, McKean County, Pa|
Corp. Steven John Skinner KIA WW I, buried in France
SUGGESTION!! Some of the photo requests have been on there for some time. I, and I'm sure other volunteers, have gone to the trouble of adding an address and phone number for cemeteries. Some of them are large, so it would help a great deal, if you really want the photo, to call and get a location.
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|Carol Brown||RE: Almy Sherman|
Thank you so much for following up on some clearer pictures of Almy's gravestone! They are much more readable and I really appreciate your time and effort on this project!
|Zella||RE: Zella Powell Bracken|
Thanks for taking the time to contact me, but no, it's all just a coincidence. The Brackens are folks I added while 'mowing the rows' and my real name isn't Zella (Although I wish it was).
As for census, I don't have any problem with census info, it is the cut and paste from the FHS indices that I hate. It looks ugly, and always contains unneeded un-filled out lines.
It is so easy to simply take the census info and put into a paragraph something like this:
"In 1880 John Snicklefritz was 37 years old and living in Podunk Co., SD, with his wife Mehetabel, aged 30, and children Sarah, aged 10 and Nehemiah, aged 4."
Added by Zella on Jul 26, 2014 4:13 PM
|EKancestry1||RE: Rinus Dickinson Turner|
I wanted to say a special thank you for fulfilling these photo requests. I really appreciate it. I agree I haven't ever seen a stone with name/birth/death on different sides either. Yep definitly the right people though! The name on the stone is right. It says Dea. R. D. Dickenson. Which stands for Deacon Rinus Dikinson Turner. He was a Deacon of his church. I am so excited to see these photos!!! Thank you!!! =)EK
|Kathy Sturgess Ouimet||Ernewein photos|
Thank you for the photos of V.Clarence Ernewein (81252749)today. You also uploaded a photo of his son's stone (Clarence and Joan)though to V.Clarence's page...can you take that one off. Thank you. Kathy
|Military History Research||Pearl W. Webster Porter|
Thank you for the very nice photos of the gravesite of Pearl W. Webster Porter!
Thank you for this photo!
Added by glenda on Jul 20, 2014 2:16 PM
From Tidioute go West on Campbell Hill Rd to the intersection of Youngsville Rd. Cemetery is on the NW corner just west of the intersection several hundred feet. There is a button to a map on the Excelsior Cemetery home page.
Added by MAM on Jun 05, 2014 4:52 PM
There are Scowden's at Johnston Cemetery so maybe he is there but has an unmarked grave? That cemetery is very small with just a handful of graves and is pretty well taken care of but the older stones are weathered but not as bad as the ones at Conneaut Cemetery. I hope you can figure this one out..... Have a wonderful weekend.
|Kim Sorenson||re: Milton & George Coons|
They both died from influenza. The family was at the funeral for George when Milton died back at the house. My grandfather, Milton's brother, stayed at home to watch Milton. When Milton died, my grandfather ran to the church where his father's funeral was underway to tell his mother about her son's death.
|Vanessa R Snook||RE: Lena Warfle & Family|
Don's dates are b: 11 Jan 1933, d: 25 Apr 1994. Can you be so kind as to do Sally's too. Married name was Ethier, b:15 Jun 1943, d: 22 Nov 1998. Thank you so much for doing this. I still need to find Jake's info is b: 22 Dec 1939; d:12 Sep 2005. His birth name is Joel. I will have to find out what cemetary. Thanks again.
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