RE: Stotler Obituary I suppose so; somehow seems pertinent but I'm not sure how. He was supposedly pretty wealthy; I don't know how "the rest of the story" panned out. I think I found the ruins of his house SW of town.
Transfer & thank you Hello Suzanne, Thank you for your generosity in transferring: John B. English # 17275422 to my care. As I explained before...with two John B. English families I am constantly being questioned as to which is which. While I don't have all the members in my care at least I have one. With your help, I have successfully connected him with his parents, 4 of his 9 siblings, his wife and ten children. As I receive more information, I will be adding it to Our shared memorial. With sincerest appreciation, Marcia # 47059326
I replied to your e-mail but haven't heard from you. Perhaps I have the incorrect address? I am very excited to receive the information regarding my ancestor from you! Please let me know the best way to reach you! Thanks.
Dietrich Family in Allegheny County My father-in-law, Bernard W. Sloan, was the son of EMILY CECILY DIETRICH. Emily's father was Rev. Ivan Dietrich. Bernard is almost 92 years old and doesn't remember much about his Dietrich line. Apparently Emily was married and/or lived with a few different men. As a matter of fact he is not even positive that Sloan is his legal last name. It may be Hartwig. I have pretty much done all of the research on my wives side of the Dietrich family and would really like to know more to be able to give to my kids and grandkids. I do know that Emily was born around 1898 and died about 1950. Do you have any further information on her or her life that you can provide me? Thank you.
I believe that Pearl Halferty is the biological mother to my grandfather (born Cameron McCrellias, but adopted later). Eva Eugena Myers Halferty is stated to be her mother in the obituary, though I am unsure whether Pearl was also adopted or if Eva was her bio mom. I am hitting many dead-ends in my research on Ancestry. Any info you may have would be great.