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Bonnie (#46917571)
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If there are any additions or corrections please feel free to contact me using the edit tab, on the original memorial, then click on suggest a correction. This will take me directly to the memorial that you have a concern about. I am always glad to add additional info.
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Steve Aylor
RE: Florence McNeese
Thanks! Links to her parents have been made and are now visible.
Added by Steve Aylor on Jun 19, 2016 12:07 AM
Steve Aylor
Florence McNeese
Who are John Henry Fiddler and Sarah Jane Reed Fiddler and what relation are they to Florence McNeese? You can only link spouses and parents, the children's relationships are then "calculated" from that info.
Added by Steve Aylor on Jun 18, 2016 8:18 PM
Beverly Sprowl Teibel
Guiles Bigley
Thanks for the information, it has been added and appreciated. I have been having tons of issues with Find A Grave, ever since they added the "video adds".
Added by Beverly Sprowl Teibel on Jun 17, 2016 5:30 AM
Carol Hermann
Carey Elva Cook
Hi Bonnie-

I made the change in the birth date as you requested. I went back and looked at the birth record. Although the transcription says June 10, the actual record could be interpreted either way (it looks as though someone wrote over the 0 with a 9). The death certificated actually says the 18th. In any event, I made the change and made a note of the other information.

Thanks for the heads up!

Added by Carol Hermann on Jun 15, 2016 7:16 PM
B.J. Smith
RE: Nelson Hogue #74693076
That may be where I found the initial B. and I saw it at another location or doc. bj
Added by B.J. Smith on Jun 10, 2016 9:54 PM
Thank you
Bonnie, Thanks so much for checking on Martin's birth date. Rose
Added by familyheritagerose on May 31, 2016 6:58 PM
David McCormick
Martha Williamson Thompson (1791-1866) )
Martha Williamson (6 AUG 1791- 3 OCT 1866) were married Archibald Thompson (17 AUG 1785- 13 MAR 1852) in Lackawannock Township, MERCER County by Justice of the Peace, Hon. Arthur Harry on 6 AUG 1806. Martha and Archibald Thompson are buried at Eastbrook Presbyterian Church cemetery in what is now Hickory Township of LAWRENCE (formerly MERCER) County, PA. The two oldest sons of Martha and Archibald Thompson were ROBERT Thompson (1808-1852) and JAMES Thompson (1812-1891). Archibald's Father was ROBERT Thompson (1761-1834) buried at Shenango Presbyterian Church cemetery in what is Neshanock Township of Lawrence (formerly MERCER) County, PA. I am guessing, but I suspect that Martha's father was a JAMES Williamson. Again, I am guessing but it may be your James Williamson (1753-1818) and his wife, Jane McEwen (1757-1819). Other early Mercer County Williamsons seem to be settled around Greenville in northern Mercer County. Your James Williamson seems to be the only one of the right generation settled near (in Mercer County) the Thompsons in what is now northern Lawrence County (then Mercer County). Do you have information on other children of James Williamson and his wife, other than Henry Williamson (1788-1876) ? Anything in your data about my Martha Williamson Thompson (1791-1866) or other siblings. I notice your James Williamson owned (among other land holdings) a original lot in what became the village of Pulaski in what is now Lawrence County (then Mercer County). My direct e-mail is if needed. Thanks for any reply in advance.
Added by David McCormick on May 27, 2016 4:01 PM
RE: Harold E. Lee #154577442
Always happy to help if I can.
Added by RickC on May 22, 2016 7:10 PM
RE: Harold E. Lee #154577442
You are very welcome. Riggs Cemetery is a very small cemetery next to Wells Cemetery. It is separated by a fence and there is a sign to indicate the difference. It is not part of Wells. Harold's marker is in Wells Cemetery and not in Riggs.
Added by RickC on May 22, 2016 6:56 PM
RE: Thank you
You're certainly welcome. I enjoy researching and especially photographing...
Added by Susanna on May 16, 2016 11:40 AM
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