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CABrown (#47000639)
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Bio Photo 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

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Jeffrey Edwin Deyo Sr
RE: 43375871
Thank you
Added by Jeffrey Edwin Deyo Sr on Apr 22, 2014 7:32 AM
Mike Bigley
RE: Bigley
OK, no problem at all. I've just started to research these, and I'll be sending you some information to update, if you don't mind.
Added by Mike Bigley on Apr 20, 2014 3:41 PM
Jeffrey Edwin Deyo Sr
Per the attached Find A Grave memorial.

Do you have any idea as to the relationship between all the Deyoe's at this cemetery?

Thank you, Jeff Deyo - Florida
Added by Jeffrey Edwin Deyo Sr on Apr 20, 2014 2:14 PM
Farrar and related families
Thank you from The Blackmar family.
Your wonderful photograph will be very helpful to the family. Thank you immensely. Please see if there are any further photo requests of my requests that you would be able to fill at some future time. I appreciate souch the way that you do your photos. Happy spring to you and best wishes for a good season.

Added by Farrar and related famili... on Apr 17, 2014 3:47 PM
Ernest Babcock
Thanks for the correction; not enough coffee today - of course Laura would have been his first wife -- since Myrtie died 36 years later! ARG - no wonder I couldn't figure out the siblings - and probably confused you in the process! ;-)edie
Added by Edie on Apr 16, 2014 3:58 PM
Candace (Lane) Gullette
Good morning!
I am (would be) Paula Sue Robertson (Gullette's) daughter in law. I am married to her youngest son, Matthew. Feel free to email me anytime at: Very excited to meet extended family. :)
Added by Candace (Lane) Gullette on Feb 26, 2014 7:40 AM
RE: Theodorus Scowden
I did check out your Scowden virtual cemetery. As near as I can tell, Abigail and Harry are probably buried in the Watson Run Cemetery in Meadville, PA. I don't have any information on any of Abigail's siblings. Thanks so much for your work and your quick reply.
Added by TBrown522 on Jan 15, 2014 9:58 AM
Theodorus Scowden
Hello! My name is Tom Brown and if I'm not mistaken, you and I share a 4th great grandfather. Theodorus > David > Abigail(Married Aaron Brown) > Harry Brown > Frank Brown > Richard Brown >Me.
Please let me know if you think I'm mistaken (or correct, for that matter!).
Added by TBrown522 on Jan 14, 2014 2:25 PM
Judith Willink
Hello, I am so sad to learn of the passing of Julie. I have read all the emails we exchanged over the past three years when we found each other through Find a Grave. She was from Washington and had never been to the East. I did not know her last name and yes we were related through Charles and Isabelle VanCise Walker. One of her sons was deployed to Afghanistan, but has returned home. We last exchanged information in Feb 2013. We worked on old photos of our families and dates. One of your messages said you did a memorial for her. Where would I find that?
Added by Judith Willink on Dec 29, 2013 2:38 PM
Ed Skinner
Thank you Carol for caring enough to remember Julie and createing some kind of memorial for her. I can't tell you how much it meant to me to find it.
Added by Ed Skinner on Sep 06, 2013 7:34 PM
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