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Barb Red (#47057687)
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Bio Photo 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. 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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aN8vTxn
Re: Anna Walsh
Yes Barb, that's me. We can definitely connect there. Thanks so much for the information. This branch of the tree is short and hard to figure out, so I can't wait to keep digging for more clues. :)
Added by aN8vTxn on Sep 04, 2014 7:34 PM
Pat Boburczak
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Many thanks for the Braun grave marker at St. Mary's Cemetery.
Added by Pat Boburczak on Sep 04, 2014 9:02 AM
aN8vTxn
RE: Anna Walsh
A quick look on FamilySearch for you has figured out a bunch for me! I seem to never have that kind of luck. :) Thank you so very much!
Added by aN8vTxn on Sep 03, 2014 9:35 PM
aN8vTxn
Anne Walsh
Thanks for the question.
I have a Joseph Leo Walsh (1888-1938) who was married to a Marie Antoinette Bridgeman. From what I know, it seems like Marie moved with a couple of her sons to Ohio and then Indiana after he passed maybe. And they did have a Joseph L Jr, but I haven't figured it all out yet. So many Walsh's in Pittsburgh! :)
Added by aN8vTxn on Sep 03, 2014 6:12 PM
aN8vTxn
RE: Thanks for photographing Marie Walsh's stone
Thanks. The pictures helped me to determine it either can't be my Walsh family, or I need to figure out who Anne E is...
Crazy how there are so many people in that area with similar names/initials. :) Thanks again!
Added by aN8vTxn on Sep 02, 2014 3:51 PM
Judi Prichinello
Angelean Prichinello
Thank you so much for the photo ofthis memorial. Your kindness is truly appreciated!!
Added by Judi Prichinello on Sep 02, 2014 2:01 PM
Daniel McGough
RE: Gaetano Ferraro Headstone photo
Barb,

Sorry for my confusion but I think you said the back of the Ferraro head stone had Amorose on it. Is this right? I've been trying to find out which Anna Ferraro married my uncles father (John B. Amorose). You see two Ferraro brothers had daughters named Anna. They were born the same year in Italy and lived in Sharpsburg too.

Dan
Added by Daniel McGough on Sep 02, 2014 7:42 AM
lavendar
RE: Angelean Prichinello
Not a problem.
Added by lavendar on Sep 01, 2014 10:29 PM
Daniel McGough
John Amorose
Barb,

Thanks for adding the photo to John's page. You're awesome!

Dan
Added by Daniel McGough on Sep 01, 2014 9:17 PM
Linda Konrad
Fritzley
Thank you very much for the photo of Charles Fritzley's headstone. Appreciate your time.
Added by Linda Konrad on Sep 01, 2014 7:29 PM
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