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Pamela Olschewski (#47067521)
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Leilani
RE: Nathan William Rodas
You are very welcome, I feel honored to sponsor his page. You caring about this baby reassures me that my work is not in vain, that they are not forgotten. It's very important for me when I see messages from families in their memorials or when they write to me.

Sorry I couldn't answer your email on time, but I'm very happy that they transferred the memorial to you.

Nathan rests in the most beautiful and peaceful area of the cemetery, surrounded by babies like him, very close to the entrance. It always brings me peace when I visit it.
Added by Leilani on Apr 20, 2014 4:31 PM
Betty Smith Romick Boustead
RE: William Kellogg
Thank you Pam for letting me know where I goofed.
Yes, one can over look their mistakes. Thanks again.
Betty
Added by Betty Smith Romick Bouste... on Jan 03, 2014 6:27 PM
Cathy Ivins
RE: Edward C Scott
Yes Andrew is my husband's 2nd Great-grandfather who was married to Sarah Sleeper from NJ. (She subsequently married Andrew's brother Anthony!) You have to read that book - it's amazing. I found it on google books downloadable free. Check the bucks county records. Many many more are being made available. I belong to the Bucks County Genealogical Society. We'll be posting links to those records on our website www.bucksgen.org. There are some links there now availble to the public.
Added by Cathy Ivins on Jan 03, 2014 12:14 PM
Cathy Ivins
RE: Edward C Scott
Sorry I cannot help you with this part of the tree. I do know that Edward's grandfather had a farm with many many farm hands including young children. Edward may have resided with him at the time. I mainly researched Anthony's brother Andrew Hunter Scott, my husband's ancestor. Have you read his biography "Builder in the kingdom"? Quite a read! Perhaps the Andrew Hunter Scott Society could help you. Good luck.
Added by Cathy Ivins on Jan 03, 2014 4:23 AM
Randy Booz
RE: Lydia Ann Scott
Hi Pam,
Thanks for the info on Wildy. I updated the record.
As for Edward C Scott, I don't know where that bio came from. If it was me, I don't recall it, but it must have been a request from someone not unlike your recent request of me for Wildy.

I tried to research this and the only clue I have is the photo of Edward's grave stone taken by Cathy Ivins. I also noticed that Ancestry.com has a Private Tree that include Edward that is owned by Cathy.

All I know is that the Scotts are in close proximity in Emilie's graveyard (Lydia in row 14b11 and Edward in Row 16b13) In chess that would almost be a knight moving up 2 and over 1 (or 2).

Anyway, I don't know how to unlink Edward from Lydia's site. If you have memorial info for the 3 children that you DO have, I'd be glad to post them.

Randy
Added by Randy Booz on Jan 02, 2014 5:27 PM
 

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