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Barb Kopshina (#46948124)
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Bio Photo Please ask for transfers. I am happy to transfer as long as I'm not a direct descendant of the person. Anyone is welcome to use a grave photo that I have taken. I only ask that you reference where you got the photo.

Names that I am researching: Walker, Wulfert/Wolford, Wolfgang, Kopshina, Estes, Neorr/Noerr, Wingert, Tozer/Tozier, Kelly, Bell, Laird, Lyons, Couch, Reed, Wald, Zufall, Shaffer, Himes, Bates, Graf, and many more.

My family has many unidentified photos that I believe may be from the following families:
Estes, Wingert, Graf, Frantz, Walker

Please contact me if you are researching any families listed above!
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Barbara Goggin Brann
Olivia Broman
You are very welcome
Added by Barbara Goggin Brann on Jul 01, 2015 9:26 PM
Larry King Jr.
King's in Reynoldsville Cemetery
Barb, thank you for locating and photographing the headstones for Elizabeth, Anson, Rachel, Anson Porter and Maud King in the Reynoldsville Cemetery.

My family & I will always remember and appreciate the hard work, time & dedication you have given to finding & taking wonderful pictures showing our ancestors final resting place.

Sincerely,
Larry King Jr.
Added by Larry King Jr. on Jun 28, 2015 4:03 PM
James Sims
John Hays
Thank you for the recent photo for John Hays, he was a member of the 105th Penn vol INfantry, Civil War unit. I am trying to locate the burial location of as many of the Company's members that I can find. You were able to help ID one for me.
Thank you again, J. Sims
Added by James Sims on Jun 24, 2015 5:47 PM
Marie Post
Emma Dean
Thank you so Much for taking the picture of
my Great Great Uncle John Wesley Dean's wife his stone is there but there's no picture and they apparently went by a death cert. His middle name doesn't start with M it would be W. and he was in the civil war the informant was his sister Rhoda but someone wrote it down wrong.I have to look it up but I think in the 18th calvary. Thanks again Marie Post
Added by Marie Post on Jun 20, 2015 10:31 AM
Larry King Jr.
Wilson King
Barb, thank you for the source information for Wilson King, I've added it to his bio.

Sincerely,
Larry J King Jr.
Added by Larry King Jr. on Jun 13, 2015 4:54 PM
Ruthi
RE: Lewis
you're welcome! I've been searching since you put it on, even in the winter, and no wonder why I couldn't find it. It's flat on the ground marker, not upright. lol

Ruthi
Added by Ruthi on Jun 11, 2015 9:38 AM
Mary Kwitowski
Fanset Hevener
Thanks again Barb!
Added by Mary Kwitowski on Jun 04, 2015 3:33 PM
Vanessa Frye
No problem
I will look again for Mary. Maybe I missed it. There is a lot of graves but no plan to know where it is. I had to look every single graves.
Also, I did not know her maiden name. She is maybe on her husband graves. Do you know what her husband name was ?

Thank you,
Vanessa
Added by Vanessa Frye on Jun 01, 2015 12:46 PM
Mary Kwitowski
Thomas Hewitt
I appreciate your help! Thanks!
Added by Mary Kwitowski on May 29, 2015 4:45 PM
cbb
Pomroy
Thank you for looking ---- sorry it wasn't there and it took so much time...
I'll take my request down.
Thanks,
Chris
Added by cbb on May 29, 2015 2:24 PM
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