|Barb Red (#47057687)|
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I started getting interested in my geneology when I realized that the people around me who knew the past would not be around forever. It started with pictures, and now I'm looking for names and dates, who, where, when and why. And every puzzle piece I find is precious.|
The families I'm looking for were from the Jefferson, Indiana, Armstrong, Clarion, Venango counties in PA, as well as the Sharpsburg area near Pittsburgh.
Please give credit for any photos I've taken if you link them elsewhere. Please put a reference to "Find a Grave" and include my name and member number.
A lot of time and effort has been put into taking them and putting them up for others to see. Findagrave sees photos as copyrighted by the photographer and so do I. Thank you for respecting that.
May you find family that you never knew that you had!
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appreciate your info about this being in the wrong cemetery. Could you offer some help and tell me which one it belongs in? I am unfamiliar with the area, I have family there but have not been there in quite a few years
May I request that James and Ann Lowery Watters be connected to their son James Watters Id# 144283841 married to Emeline Brackin. My great grandfather was David a brother to James and a son to James and Ann Lowery Watters... David H. Watters was born Mar.16, 1850 died Mar 19, 1927 and is buried in Mount Peace Cemetery in Akron, Summit County, Ohio in an unmarked grave. My grandparents were living in Ohio at the time David passed and he live with them..I would very much like to see the family connected. Thank you..
Added by Lee on Jul 30, 2016 10:35 PM
|Clinton Anthony||Parker Cemetery|
The Parker Cemetery I think is the same as the Parker Presbyterian Cemetery.
However, Daniel and Jemima's headstone was at the Concord Presbyterian Cemetery. I know it says Parker's Landing on the Death Cert. so I'm not sure why it just didn't say Concord.
I'm related to Bargers from that area, so I always just snap a picture and figure out the rest when I get home. Not sure if I'm related to this guy though.
Hope that helps! Let me know if you need directions.
|Karyl Jorgenson||RE: Jesse Armstrong|
Yes, thank you! She was his wife. Appreciate it!
|Karyl Jorgenson||Jesse Armstrong|
Thanks much Barb!
|Dick Orndorff||Grace Church Cemetery-Charles Collins|
Barb...What a present surprise, I thank you so very kindly for the photo of Charles marker. The photo is perfect. Your kindness is very much appreciated for taking the photo and inserting it in the memorial. Dick
|Lynda McGinnis||RE: William Attleberger|
Interesting .... thank you :-)
|Lynda McGinnis||William Attleberger|
I see in your photo that there is a bronze marker with the letters FLZ. Do you know what that is for?
|Lynda McGinnis||William and Sarah Attleberger|
Thank you for the photos! We live in California and I greatly appreciate your help with our family all the way out in Pennsylvania :-)
|Carl and Judi||Boyer at Grace Church Cemetery|
Thank you for your photo of Margaret's headstone and for helping me connect with a distant relative in some small way.
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