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I live in North Georgia and have been doing family genealogy for 15 years. My family is from Pennsylvania and my wife's family is from Georgia. I know how hard it is to find information when you are so far away so I like to help our any way I can. By doing grave memorials I hope I can help someone find their relatives.|
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|Sharon W||RE: Picture of John and George Back|
You're very welcome.
Added by Sharon W on Nov 11, 2015 7:59 PM
Bob, Michael is my grandfather. Per his death certificate, he died on May 30, 1919 from acute tuberculosis. His parents were Joseph Orechovsky and Mary Mudrik both from Austria. He was a coal mine laborer. My dad Joseph was only 1 year old when his father died. Michael is buried at St Peter & Paul, Duryea Pa on August 1, 1919.
I have been searching for the grave of Michaels Father, Joseph 11/7/1870-5/4/1907. Research has him also in St P&P Duryea, but no headstone exists. Joseph was a Polish laborer killed outside the Jermyn #1 colliery in Old Forge Pa by a mine car at the rock dump. His name was spelled wrong in the Pa State Miners Archive as Orechkesky. Can u help?
Added by Jasper on Nov 08, 2015 11:53 AM
|Sgt Ed Elstan||Quatlebaum|
Thanks for the headstone picture and info...Ed
|Linda Garrett||Find A Grave Memorial# 152356416|
Believe his son is Find A Grave Memorial# 75704445, further research needed.
|Bill Schaefer||RE: May Irene Smeester|
You're welcome Bob!
|Brenda||Evelyn Henson Payne|
Bob, thank you very much for posting the photo of my cousin Evelyn's grave marker at her memorial. I am so sorry for not responding sooner but I am just now seeing it.
Thanks again and best wishes.
Added by Brenda on Sep 07, 2015 8:08 PM
Thanks for the info about Pleasant Grove in Stewart County. She has been relocated.
|Our Whitaker Families||Thank you|
Bob, Thank you for letting me know about the headstone picture for Sarah Thomason. I appreciate your efforts and all that you contribute. God bless you.
|Jean Jorgensen||John Ownbey|
Thank you for the corrections to the memorial for John Ownbey at the Ebenezer Cemetery. They have been changed. I was copying straight from my mother'snotes for the obituary and didn't note the different spellings because I wasn't paying attention. Then I went and spelled John's name wrong. Thank you getting this all straightened out.
I trust this is all in the correct cemetery listing. I appreciate all the extra work you are doing to make this correct.
|Dave Parker||James Monroe Hood|
Bob, thanks very much for your extra effort looking for James' marker. I also appreciate the picture of his wife Sarah's plot, clearly showing that he does not appear to have been laid to rest next to her. Again, thanks for your help!
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