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Linda O (#46832854)
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Bio Photo Please DO NOT claim my headstone photos as your own. You may use them in your personal family history as long as you add the following source credit - Headstone photo by Linda O'Dell
Due to life and other issues, I have fallen behind with requests and messages. With cooler weather approaching I hope to be able to get to all these as soon as I can.
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Sandra Cobler
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
Added by Sandra Cobler on Jun 22, 2015 8:20 AM
ol'mom
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
Added by ol'mom on Jun 20, 2015 9:00 PM
Craig English
Ghertha Kiser
Thanks for letting me know. I have deleted my memorial.
Craig English
Added by Craig English on May 31, 2015 8:41 PM
Dennis Muller
Wolf's Corner Cemetery
Hi Linda,

I visited the Wolf's Corner Cemetery in Clarion County this fall looking for some headstone for some relative that I have death certificates that state that they are buried there. Clearly they do not have headstones, but I was wondering if there might be a list of the people buried in the cemetery.
Added by Dennis Muller on Jan 26, 2015 4:54 PM
peggy fannin
Gunnerson's
Thank you for the picture of there stone Clifford & Ellen Gunnerson. They meant so much to me.
Added by peggy fannin on Dec 12, 2014 7:16 PM
Dan Oh
Catherine Nancy Mong Smith
http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=29383086

Bringing the above to your attention as a possible daughter. The Death Certificate says she died in West Whiteland Twp, Chester County, Pa (most likely the town of Malvern or Frazer, Pa).

Yours is the only Isaac Mong I found on findagrave and her Birth Certificate shows Isaac and Nancy Sparks.

Just a heads up, I'm not family, just photoed the cemetery. If you do find it a relation let me know and I'll see if I can find an obit down here.
Added by Dan Oh on Nov 18, 2014 1:07 PM
Carl Catherman
Catharine Starr
Thank you for adding the link to her parents.
Added by Carl Catherman on Oct 15, 2014 3:34 PM
John Gerberich
Update
Linda Jemmet,
My Martha Kiser Stockton is a duplicate of yours. I apologize for the duplication. Would you update your Martha with my info then I will delete mine. Thanks.
Added by John Gerberich on Jul 26, 2014 6:32 PM
Robert Dunkle
Memorial # 29213966
Linda,

I was looking at my x great uncle John Dunkle's memorial and saw a Large stone enscribed Dunkle with nothing else. Can you enlighten me as to this stone. Is it a marker for several Dunkle graves? or how is it related to my uncle's.
Added by Robert Dunkle on Jul 25, 2014 5:26 PM
kurt albert
Laura Pearl Bell
RE: Providence Cemetery, Beaver City, Clarion Co., PA.

Linda,

Hello, I just wanted to say thanks for photographing this headstone, it is of my Great Grand Aunt, Laura Pearl Cerby Bell. Her parents were John J. Cerby and Harriet Christine Wyon. My great grandmother, Frances Christina "Fanny" Cerby Deal was Laura Pearl's younger sister. The family name Cerby seems to be how this particular part of the family spelled it, although it is more commonly Zerbe, Zerbey or Servey.

And also, I want to say thanks for all the hard work you do photographing and recording these headstones. It is appreciated by myself and many others.

Best regards,
Kurt Albert
Butler, PA
truk58@gmail.com
Added by kurt albert on May 07, 2014 8:40 PM
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