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judy s (#46974669)
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Have loved genealogy for many years. My interest started more than fifty years ago as a school project and with all the stories my Dad told me of family members, my grandmas "memory books" I got "hooked" but good and have been searching ever since! Once I start looking for someone, I cannot stop. My only regret is that my Dad didn't get to see what I have discovered about his family! I'am an avid quilter, have done many hobbies including, decorative tole painting, oil painting & drawing, sewing, ceramics, photography and I love going to see coverd bridges. So, I have lots to keep me busy!
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Finder24
RE: Hofstetter-St. Ann's Cem
Didn't see Rose the day I found these but if I get up there again I will look around.
Added by Finder24 on Oct 16, 2014 10:30 AM
Finder24
RE: Hofstetter-St. Ann's Cem
I already added a photo of Margaret's grave and one for Kasper's gravestone. Is there something more specific that you wanted?
Added by Finder24 on Oct 16, 2014 10:19 AM
Kat
Annie M Rice
Soemone sent me the info. I removed the maiden name they sent, nothing else I can do
Added by Kat on Sep 10, 2014 7:20 AM
Deanne Knapp
RE: Young Family In Arkport Cemetery
Glad I could be of help.
Added by Deanne Knapp on Jul 21, 2014 8:22 PM
Dave Lehman
RE: Rusby
No problem, just trying to repay the kindness of others!
Added by Dave Lehman on May 07, 2014 7:15 PM
Sue Tanner
Pearl
Hi Judy, Okay so I am all read up on correspondence btwn. you and Charles, & you and Florence, including having read Lucy's obit. So, no need to forward it to me.
Well, I am guessing her to be about 45 when she went crazy or insane if you prefer.
Maybe a combination of several things--her mom died, maybe some other loss in addition to that and it was to much for her.
Possibly a disease, like TB, Polio or something like that although to me that seems not very likely. So, did she live out the rest of her life from 1925 or so till her death in 1966 at this Insane Asylum?
When her obit. is found--Pearls that is--I would love to read it.
Sue
Added by Sue Tanner on Apr 26, 2014 3:21 AM
Sue Tanner
Pearl Tallman
Hi Judy, So doing some poking around--I find Pearl E. Tallman who was B. November 17, 1878
and D. May 15, 1966 in S. F.
Added by Sue Tanner on Apr 26, 2014 12:32 AM
Sue Tanner
RE: Tallman Family
Hi Judy, I am very glad to have helped you. Nice day for it to.
Just curious, it sounds like you had just recently discovered this family? So, you didn't know about them? Mind if I ask how that came about?
What state are you in?

No problem. Glad to have helped you. Sue
Added by Sue Tanner on Apr 25, 2014 8:50 PM
Kat
RE: Harshberger
Rose Hill cemetery book page 339
Added by Kat on Feb 14, 2014 12:33 PM
kksjgel
RE: Peck-Mabb-Hill family
You're welcome! As you may have noticed, Esther Peck is in Maple Cemetery NOT Swan Cemetery as listed in her memorial. I have contacted her contributor to see if it can get changed. Hopefully that is the best way to get it done.
Added by kksjgel on Dec 26, 2013 6:32 PM
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