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|I have been doing genealogy for about 22 years, I have accumulated many records from Warren County at the Court House, Library and the Historical Society. This latest venture of taking photos at the cemetery is to help anyone that may be looking for a relative that may be buried in Warren County. I have several branches of my family that I have added also. If I have entered any of your relatives and you want to take ownership feel free to message me, I would be happy to be of help.|
Names I am researching: Fehlman, Schuler, Pastor, Gutzler, Musante, Mangini, Crawford, Kofford, Wenzel, Lauffer, Keil, Hansen, Knudsen, Duncan, Shand, Baker, Becker, Beck and many others that are very common names like Smith and Thomas.
I have been out in the cemeteries for over 3 years and have taken a lot of photos, I do not mind transferring if you have also worked hard on this project. I get requests to transfer memorials and usually do even if the person is not on your direct line. That being said, I get lots of requests from people that have added some names and photos but are managing hundreds and hundreds more than they entered or went out and took photos of, if they are not directly related in those cases I do not transfer, if you want information added send it to me and I will add.
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18,056 Memorials Added
17,919 Memorials Managed
79 Volunteer Photos Taken
1 Virtual Flower
|Messages left for Mare (203)||[Leave Message]|
|Harry Isom||Lucy M Stormes #139503490|
Would you be so kind as to peg Lucy to her father, Mathias Huberty #65328725 and add her maiden name.
|EatatJoes||RE: Mary Schellhammer|
I didn't mean to be harsh and you're right about how it's not always easy to know if a memorial has already been posted for a certain person. It's just some people want to ignore duplicates even when they're pointed out to them. Why the person who made the other memorial added Anne to her name I don't know since she wasn't known by Anne at all that I can tell.
|Pamela Thompson||Gravestone Photo Permission|
I am happy to see that you photographed the gravestone of Henry Alvord in Oak Hill Cemetery (Memorial# 80570685).
I would like to add this gravestone photo to the (non-profit) Alford American Family Association's collection of Pennsylvania Obituaries, where his obituary will be included. You can see the current collection at http://www.alfordassociation.org/OBITS/PAOBIT.htm.
May I have your permission to include your gravestone photos? If so, the photo caption will say:
Photo from [cemetery name, city, county, state]—www.findagrave.com
Permission granted by the photographer, Mare [or your full name if you prefer]
And thanks so much for your gravestone photo work!
Pamela Alford Thompson (Find A Grave #47195155)
Obituaries Project Manager, Alford American Family Association
|George Dailey||Susan Dailey headstone 1851|
Thank you for the photographic record of the headstone and added locational data for an important family member in my search to trace my Dailey lineage including but also prior to Susan and her husband Samuel.
I'd love to chat about this endeavor and Warren Co resources.
|Jingles McCormack||Judith Fiedler|
Thanks soo much for taking the picture and making the time for me.
Thanks for the transfers. I really appreciate your initiative and thoughtful action. Best regards, Ward
|Timothy Cahalan Beilby||Lester Baltrotsky|
Lester Benjamin Baltrotsky Find A Grave 113072905 was born 24 Dec 1897 in Titusville PA d. 21 Aug 1976 Oil City PA buried 23 Aug 1976.
Above came from Certificate of Death.
Timothy Cahalan Beilby
Find A Grave 47687611
|Ward White||RE: Sponser memorials|
All those I have sponsored are close relatives on my family tree (Cousins, Aunts, Uncles, Grandparents, etc.). If you wouldn't mind to transfer them I would very much appreciate it so my tree families can easily update and provide additional information, especially pictures of the patriarchs of their branches. As you have seen by my interest, many families on my father's branch lived in Warren County, PA. I have been unable to locate the specific burial place of Great Grandfather William Carpenter White and his wife Mary McKinney White. Just before my father's death he was still trying to locate them and asked me to continue the search in his behalf. The Warren County Historian sent a copy of a rolodex card and another sheet showing they were buried in the Youngsville Cemetery. However, I can find no listing for that cemetery which includes them. Since they had significant land and oil holdings it seems most probable they have an identifiable burial place with markers somewhere in the Warren County area. Their names and land ownerships are shown on several atlas maps of the county in the late 1800's. I live in California so I don't have the capability to personally visit the Youngsville, Pittsfield, Garland, Brokenstraw, Whitestown, and other Warren County cemeteries. If you run across their whereabouts I would be delighted to hear from you. Thanks for your involvement in Find-A-Grave.
|Todd Peters||Thank you Mare|
Much thanks for the transfer!
|Todd Peters||Brian King Linsen|
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