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RE: Catherine Grigger Mills
I found her death certificate. Shows husband as Charles. Informant was Emil Grigger.I added birth and death dates to Find A Grave.
Added by Bob on Jul 14, 2015 9:39 AM
Carolyn K. Shearer
Arey family of PA
Do you have any information on a Margaret Elwood Arey, (1847-1930 Sullivan Co, PA), who married John Philip Walters? Her death certificate lists her parents as John Arey and Ann Powell, place of birth "Tamanqua" In the 1850 census she is living with a John Arey family in Wilmot Bradford County, PA, age 3. This John Arey, age 65, and hiw wife Margaret, age 59, seem too old to be her parents. Is she a granddaughter? Who are her parents?
Added by Carolyn K. Shearer on Feb 09, 2015 11:03 AM
Parent's tombstones
Glad to hear I was able to help you with my cemetery work! I had to take my name off and just put my initials, since our son has the same name and he was getting phone calls about findagrave.
Lyle Dean Rockwell LDR
Added by LDR on Nov 02, 2014 12:07 PM
Joanne Gross Vaughn
Glad to be of help Lois, maybe one day we can have a huge Schaeffer/Schaffer reunion ?

On another note, email me what you have on your end of the family please.

Added by Joanne Gross Vaughn on Jun 07, 2013 9:24 AM
RE: Wellington Jackson (1862-1913)
I am happy to link Wellington with his parents! Let me know if I can help again in the future.
Added by MTD on Mar 16, 2013 7:49 AM
paul babiuk
RE: Millan Bulko

I've been to Edgehill about a half dozen times with Millan on my list each time and he was always elusive. I walked about a 1/4 of the cemetery and was calling it a day and just before getting in my car I glanced down and there he was.
Made my day too. Glad that I could help.

take care,
Added by paul babiuk on Mar 06, 2013 5:37 AM
Hi Lois - the stone photo shows Howey as surname, not Harvey or Howery, so that is what I used. It is on the base of the stone and repeated four times on each person, so I am using what the family must have placed there, several times. Perhaps it was changed later, but for Finda'Grave', I use what's on the grave. Let me know if you have anything else to add. Thanks, Bill Fisher
Added by delancey23 on Jan 29, 2013 12:13 PM
Ted Myers
RE: Just a bit of housekeeping...
LMD, Sgt Wardell, Thank you very kindly for the heads-up,Ted
Added by Ted Myers on Jan 25, 2013 12:25 PM
Meeks Connections
Made the requested Meeks family links. I'm definitely going to have to do some more work on the family links for Norconk Cemetery. God Bless
Added by Nate on Jan 22, 2013 7:58 AM
RE: Lena Jaikes Osmund
Lena was my great aunt-in-law when she was married to my great uncle Ed Busse. I'm 63 and remember her well. I do know exactly where she, Ed and son are buried. After entering the cemetery you turn right at the maintenance building. Follow that road to the opposite end of the cemetery where it bends to the left. Stop at the bend and continue walking straight past all the stones where you will find them along the dirt road (which is best navigated with an SUV ) . If you ever decide to make the trip, just contact me and I'll try to give you better instructions.

Bob S.
Added by Bob on Jan 09, 2013 10:54 PM
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