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|Born and grew up in Warren County, NJ. Most of my ancestors come from Warren Co., NJ and Berks and Lehigh Counties, PA. Some names are Smith, Read, Letson, Danley,Berry, Petty, Lichty, Bachman, Dietrich and Kroninger.|
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|Cathy Beaudoin||Isaac Howell /Paris Cemetery|
There are more inscriptions on the monument;
panel - In memory of the children of Isaac L & Eliza H Howell, Mary E died ---1852? aged --Mo's & --Dy's, Emeretta died ---1862, in the 8th year of her age, Also An Infant Daughter
panel - Leone, beloved and only child of J Albert & Nellie E Howell, Born 1890 Died 1898 She took the wings of the morning and flew away to Jesus,
J Albert Howell 1859-1945, His Wife Nellie edith Kent 1876-1943
I am kind of iffy on some of the numbers, but those are the names, and I have photos.
|Joan S.||Elisha Cook, Richard and Gussie Reynolds|
Hi Shirley - I went back to the Johnsonburg cemeteries today and looked for Elisha, Richard and Gussie (and her mother Mary Alice). I looked for them all in both cemeteries and again did not have any luck. There were two Cookes in the Christian cemetery - Whitfield C. and Emma L. Hart Cooke. There were three Cooks in the Methodist cemetery - Elizabeth, Nicholas and David Lemuel. If Elisha was related to either of these two families, maybe we can figure out which cemetery he should be in. I didn't find any Reynolds' in either cemetery. I'm sorry I couldn't help you further! Joan S.
Added by Joan S. on Sep 03, 2014 6:36 PM
I located the Sections for Minnie and the other two Durlings. But did not find them first time around. I'll go back After I get more info from the cemetery office Lady.Im not sure they have markers but I will try to oocate the graves if they can be found. Take care, TIM
|Tim Troxell||Durling Family Easton cemetery PA.|
Hi Shirley do you know which section they may be buried in? if not its okay I can ask the office people but Wanted to ask you first.I am going to the cemetery again soon and want to take photos if I can find the Durlings I will try to take photos of the markers for you. Take care, TIM
You have a request for Hiram Watters at Glendale Cemetery. Could you please phone the office and see if he is actually buried there? (I cannot phone because I am at work when their office is open). He is not in the family plot. In spite of the fact that his family is prominent (son was one time Mayor of Akron), he never has an obit appear in the local paper, and for many years his wife appears in the city directories as "Mrs. Elizabeth Watters" (the usual entry for a widow would be "Elizabeth Watters, widow Hiram"). I strongly suspect that Hiram deserted the family and died elsewhere. A call to Glendale would solve the problem.
Added by Zella on Aug 10, 2014 9:52 AM
|Law-Miller Roots||RE: Emma Sheibley #50380280|
Hi. Fountain Cemetery has an office on the Cemetery grounds that you could call if you wanted (number is on the main cemetery page) -or- I'd be happy to look up names for you in the transcriptions book I have of Fountain Cemetery. Unfortunately, nothing is really on-line yet for Fountain. The book was done from burial records as well, so is pretty complete through the mid 2000's. Let me know if I can help.
|Debbie J||RE: Lorenzo Dow Croninger in Woodland|
Yes, I noticed that too. Woodlawn Cemetery records online state that Lorenzo was only 55. It is sooo nice when you can find several family members all buried together.
Added by Debbie J on Jul 18, 2014 3:28 PM
|Debbie J||Lorenzo Dow Croninger in Woodland|
He is Edward's and Emma's son. I'm sorry that you deleted it. I was sending links and birth date of Nov 26, 1892
Added by Debbie J on Jul 18, 2014 2:40 PM
|Twist||RE: Jonathan Sutton|
Hi. I know they were not the best of pictures - I put the inscriptions in as captions to the photos. I will try again on a day when the sun really wants to cooperate with me.
There are a number of small white markers in the plot which, in large part, are not readable. I am sure info about them should be available at the Village office. I will post the other pics when I get a minute.
Hopefully, when the Village finishes cleaning up from the April storm, things will look better at the cemetery.
Added by Twist on Jul 08, 2014 2:39 PM
|Christine Karnes Wilhelm||RE: Benjamin Zigler|
I was there to see and find some family on my paternal grandmother's side. I printed the list of requests for the cemetery since I was going... it's the least I could do since I was there! We only had one name on the list we didn't find, but will probably go back to the area within the next month to a few more cemeteries, so we'll drop by and see if we can find it then. It's become a family thing with my husband and daughters. You're more than welcome!!
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