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Myrtle Blauser Do you show in any of your documents/notes Myrtle married to a Verde Allison? My genealogy notes say Myrtle Blauser was married to Carrie Allison' brother, Verde Allison. I do not have any documents, just grandfather notes. Verde seems an unusual name.
Did a bit more research on Alice, and apparently she did use the name of her biological father (Kilday) as her maiden name, rather than her mother's name. Have found it as Kilda or Kilday on several documents. I have resubmitted the SAC with Kilday rather than Butterbaugh.
Alice C. Davis Was thrilled to find your listing for Alice. I've spent years trying to track down the missing child of Leah Jane Butterbaugh. She had six children, 4 living in 1900, I had three of the living identified and I did not know which of her other three was the survivor. I suspected it was Alice, but just found her today, with the help of the Penna. death certificates. Her father was listed as "Kilda", but as her mother was not married at the time of her birth I have sent "Butterbaugh" in the edit as her maiden name. She is listed as Alice Butterbaugh on the 1870 census. Thanks!
Cora Kuhns Daniels Info on her site shows she died in Mass. I have a copy of her death certif and it shows she died in Abington,Montgomery,PA Date is correct Sept 3 1962. Just wondering where the Mass death place came about
Providence cemetery Hi Linda We have been recording and updating our cemetery and I see where you have an Annie married to William Buck ( 1867-1940) According to our records he was married to Emma Buck (1870-1932 ). Could not find where he had been married twice. Sandy
Knox Union Cemetery Dear Linda, According to the Veterans Burial Records, I have a 1st cousin named Donald McDowell who was buried in Knox Union Cemetery, in Clarion County, PA. He was born 5 Dec 1895 and died 26 Oct 1962. Military service WWI, 1st Div. 375th Aero Sqdn, Army Sgt. 1st Class. I see you have entered quite a few burials in to the cemetery. Do you know if there is a master list or any way I can check on this? Thanks. Donna