If you want to do anything with any records I have created feel free to have me transfer them to you, or feel free to send additions or corrections to me and I will add them. Either way is great. (If I don't take action after a week or so, or if I miss something, feel free to ask again. I try, sort of, to keep up, but something will likely slip through)
An interest in genealogy, local history, and the fact that you can put together in one place a lot of information that is searchable and freely available drew me to this site.
Ancestor and cousin surnames that I have researched include Bollman, Sullivan, Michea, Swift, Mitchell, Row(Rowe), Hoffses, Gronski, Fleischer, Winchenbach, Kramer, Creamer, Riley, O'Neil, O'Dowd, Hatch, King, Kaler, Waxler.
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In light of the above when you click the edit tab you need to enter the information at the link provided specifically for that information as this will enter it into the automated update process which allows the recipient to click on "approve" without reentering it. Only use the "suggest any other correction or addition" option when there is no alternative way provided of entering the information.
Lela Ragsdale This is 3rd request asking for her transfer to me if you are not related in any way. I've had no reply from you. Lela was my mother's very best friend when we lived in Dallas, OR at the time I was born there . . . would love to add further info to her memorial page and take over ownership. Thanks.
#29899307 Norma Laura Everest Orton was married to a Edward L Sandberg 10-8-1927, Vancouver, Clark, Washington and they had one child Donald Leroy Sandberg I have edited his Find a Grave site and attached her as his mother. I'm still trying to find his father. PJ Kiser, Salem,OR
RE: Martin Davis 5347352 I've been working Mt Pleasant section by section to try and reduce the number of open requests. While I have picked up many, many unphotographed stones, and have added many, many more new memorials, I have only filled two open requests. I'm not sure what section I was working in October when I posted the photo, but if there were more Davis stones, I would have posted them. Wish I could be of more help.
Anne Michea 48379935 I am unable to provide any additional information as I am not related to Ms. Michea. I just happened to be capturing pictures in this area of the cemetery. Sorry ;-) I would be happy to transfer her memorial into your care in case hse is your relative. Let me know.
RE: Pictures you posted Hi David-- Thanks for your message! No I don't know Georgie Ann Geyer--wish I did! Would love to know more of the Waxler/Bollman line. The Waxlers are direct relatives of mine. Glad you enjoyed the photos!
THE BELOW WAS TAKEN FROM THE AKERS FUNERAL HOME WEB SITE, 2/2016
Ross W. Cottle, 90, of Cottle's Corner, Hopewell, Pennsylvania; passed away on Saturday, February 6, 2016 at home. He was born on October 9, 1925 in Hopewell, Pennsylvania, a son of the late Robert L. and Fannie P. (Dickinson) Cottle. On June 18, 1946 in Cumberland, Maryland; he was united to his wife of sixty-nine years Freda R. (Nave) Cottle. Along with his wife, he is survived by children: Linda P. Cottle, New Enterprise, PA; Robert "Charlie" married to Phyllis (Childers), Hopewell, PA; Fred P. Cottle married to Connie (Foor), Everett, PA; Kim N. married to Rod Grimes, New Enterprise, PA; a sister: Marie married to Eugene Mountain; seven grandchildren: Bill Riffe, Patrick Riffe, Joby, Robert and Travis Cottle, Jason Cottle, Zane Grimes, Ronnie and Shawn Thomas; great grandchildren: Chelsey, Cierra, Madison, Jadyn, Behn, Evan, Alex, MaKayla, Samantha and Megan; great great grandchildren: Weston and Eliana Hart. He was preceded in death by siblings: Harry Cottle, Ralph Cottle, Florence Clark, Margaret Swindell, Louise Chaney, Jesse Cottle and Chet Cottle. Mr. Cottle served in the United States Army during World War II as a sergeant in the 38th Infantry. Ross worked as a heavy equipment operator for Operating Engineers Local Union #66, retiring in 1987. He was a member of the Everett F&A.M. Lodge No. 524, Talls Cedar of Lebanon for over fifty years and also the Altoona Jaffa Shrine. He was affiliated with Yellow Creek Church of the Brethren. Ross always enjoyed joining the morning coffee gang at the New Frontier. He could often be found mowing grass around the farm. A Memorial Service will be held on Saturday, February 13, 2016 at 2:00 P.M. in the Chapel at Akers Funeral Home, 299 Raystown Road, Everett, PA 15537 with Pastor Beverly Swindell officiating. Friends and Family will be received on Saturday, February 13, 2016 from 1:00 P.M. until the hour of service at the Akers Funeral Home. Military rites will be accorded by the Everett Area Honor Guard. Burial will be held privately at Steele Cemetery. If friends so desire, memorial contributions may be made in memory of Ross to the Shriner's Children's Hospital, 3551 N. Broad St. Philadelphia, PA 19140. The family would like to express a special thank you to the caregivers. Online condolences may be expressed at www.akersfuneralhome.com