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My name is ~Beulah~ I'm named after my Grandmother Beulah A. White, I also go by ~Penny~ |
(The picture is taken at Calvary Cemetery, in Clearfield, PA
I live in Clearfield Co.,Pennsylvania and I love to go to cemeteries and visit. I started coping and taking pictures of the cemeteries around my area and started posting them here to help others with their genealogy as well as my own.
I collect obituaries (over 50k & still counting) I'm adding them on here (a Little at a time), to help with genealogy. (I keep every obit that I add on here for future records)
If I forgot something or something is wrong, please use the edit button to contact me, its faster for me to get them corrected.
my father, William A. White, the love of my life George V. Lewis Jr.
Thank you for all who has left message's and for stopping by my Memorial's and leaving virtual flowers.
Requests should be for direct relatives **ONLY** (parents, grandparents, gg parents and your children) Please tell me how your related. I will not transfer my relatives.
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|Tom Schoening||Snyder Family|
Thanks for the links and no problem on the transfers - We have a long ways to go - Hang in there with me = Still flying blind with no e-mails from Find A Grave
Regards - Tom
|Tom Schoening||Leonard Bloom|
Penny - Pulled down the news obit - Also made a request on Leta Tubbs her maiden name should be Mays and NOT Snyder. Lot going on here as we got Bloom Families Connecting in all directions with this family. More to Come
Thank You Very Much - Tom
|Pauline||Delores I Brown Eckley|
You state you have a full Obit. I would appreciate a copy. This is my Aunt . I was not aware of her passing. Thank You.
Added by Pauline on Oct 06, 2014 9:03 AM
|Marcia Lynne vonGunden||Additional information|
You are a dear lady to always be so helpful in my documentation of family.
Thank you for the latest information on:
Woods Appleton and Elizabeth English
|BJ Billotte||Kyle Palmer Billotte|
Hi Beulah. I am Kyles mother, BJ Billotte. I have information to update Kyle, I'm not sure how to do this. Here is my email firstname.lastname@example.org Please get a hold of me.
Thank You very much
Thanks for the updates
Added by Deb on Aug 31, 2014 2:35 PM
|jeff seyler||finding Great-great grandparents|
I was wondering if you had a contact phone number for the Old Bradford church cemetery in Woodland. I am looking for my Great-Great grandmother, Ada Parks. I am coming up that way next month and I would like to find her grave. I know where the cemetery is but not the grave.
Thanks for your time,, my email is
thanks Jeff Seyler
|William Stove||RE: James R. White #126435021|
James Richard White was born April 05, 1917 in Canoe, Indiana, Pennsylvania the son of William Clark and Estella Louella (Stiver) White. They married July 4, 1899 in Indiana Co., Pennsylvania. William died in Juneau, Pa and Stella died in Punxsutawney, Pa other children I know of Edna Baun (Earl), John Carl, and William Arthur
|Andy Byerly||RE: Ethel Viola (Adams) Dittos|
Thank you for the information. According to their death certificates Viola's parents are both buried there as well. James Adams died November 18, 1913 in McGee's Mills when he was run over by a train. He was buried the next day. His wife, Bessie (Brink) Adams died July 14, 1920 and was buried July 16, 1920. I thought maybe you might want those for your records as well.
|Andy Byerly||Ethel Viola (Adams) Dittos|
I was wondering what the burial source is for the memorial of Ethel Viola (Adams) Dittos who is buried in the Mahaffey Cemetery. I can not locate a tombstone for her so I assume her grave is unmarked. I thought perhaps you were using cemetery records. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
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