|Sheila Black (#47197088)|
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|I am interested in the Headley, Connor, Calvert, Phillips, and Wright. On my husband's side are Webster, Clutter, Moore, Black, and Wild.|
I am an RN and worked as a visiting nurse and retired as a school nurse at West Greene Schools, Waynesburg, PA.
Married with 5 children, 14 grandchildren, and 1 great granddaughter and 4 great grandsons.
I was born in Waynesburg, PA and presently live in Washington Co. My mother's family (Headley,Haines,Connor,Calvert) were from Brock, Perry Twp, Greene Co., PA and my father's family (Wright, Phillips, Myers) were from the Wayne Twp. area of Greene Co.
My husband's line is Black, Wilds, Webster, Clutter of Allegheny and Greene Counties.
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|Mrs. Grosse||Thank you|
Thank you for posting a memorial to my grandmother Winifred Buchanan.
I am her granddaughter.
|Brent Smith||Possible Distant Cousin|
First off I would like to say thank you for your research that you have done and shared it with everyone on here. I might be a distant cousin of yours through Nancy McGlumphy Wright and I might be related to you through your possible Headley ancestors through Lydia Wright Headley, who was the daughter of Reason and Nancy McGlumphy Wright. I am descended from Anthony Smith and Anthony Thomas Smith of Greene County.
I stumbled upon your memorial that you posted for Paul Wright in Greene County Memorial Park. I recently posted his parents memorials once I identified them. I noted that his headstone is incorrect for his birth year.
I recently was in touch with another Headley cousin. He is passing along to me a book about the Headlee/Headley family of Greene County. I just wanted to introduce myself and see if we were related.
|The Ancestor Hunter||Mary Buckingham|
Thanks for the added info on Mary and her children.
Your info from Graham-Grimes Genealogy, p.47 has been posted on Mary's bio page.
I was aware of Mary's children that survived to be adults + Samuel but not all of those others that died so young. It must have been a great burden for the parents to face and to have to do so on so many occasions 1866-1873. And, then for Mary to lose Simon in 1873 I can only imagine her feelings.
|Sylvia Sine Whittaker||RE: THOMAS OR EDDY|
Hi, Sorry I had added the incorrect obituary for John Thomas. This is the correct obituary from Tennant funeral home.
In Loving Memory Of
JOHN O. THOMAS
John O. Thomas, 88, of Burgettstown, PA died Saturday, October 22, 2011 at his residence.
He was born May 27, 1923, at Wana, WV, a son of the late Glenn Thomas and Delphia Florence Moore Thomas.
Mr. Thomas was a retired auto mechanic and a member of the Mount Tabor United Methodist Church.
Surviving him are three sons, Fred Thomas of Bruceton Mills, Larry Thomas of Wana, and John Wilson of Imperial, PA; three daughters, Delphia Varner of Morgantown, Helen Ruth Ammons of Spraggs, PA, and Donna Foley of Wadestown; one sister, Opal Sainato, New Freeport, PA; several grandchildren and several great-grandchildren.
John was preceded in death by a brother, Fred Thomas; three sisters, Carol Curtis, Violet Rockwell, and Dorothy Hickman; and a son who died as an infant, John Thomas, Jr.
Friends may call at the Owen-Neely Funeral Home in Blacksville from 7-9 PM Monday. Funeral services will be held in the funeral home at 11:00 AM Tuesday with the Rev. Rose Saunders officiating. Interment will follow in the Eakin Cemetery at Jollytown, PA.
You may send condolences to the family at www.tennantfuneralhome.com.
|Sylvia Sine Whittaker||Laura Belle Roupe Anderson|
Hi, In Case you have not seen this ---Daughter of Bessie Estella Wright and Harry Owen Roupe, grand daughter of Solomon and Nancy Mikes Wright
Laura Bell Nanny Anderson, 87, of Washington, died Sunday, August 18, 2013, in Donnell House. She was born July 13, 1926, in Brave, a daughter of Harry Owen Roupe and Bessie Estelle Wright Roupe. Mrs. Anderson worked as a housekeeper. She was a loving mother, grandmother and great-grandmother who enjoyed spending time with family. She also enjoyed baking, cooking, flowers and hummingbirds. Her husband, Delmar Leroy Anderson, is deceased. Surviving are a son, David Sparky Anderson and fiance, Darlene McHugh of Washington; a daughter, Kathy Ann Hampton and husband David of Claysville; a sister, Martha Ellen Gump of New Cumbertown, Ohio; four grandchildren, Tony (Rachel) Coffield, Amber (Darrell) Talpas, James Sickles IV, and Jason Taylor; five great grandchildren, Brandon and Isabella Coffield and Izaiah, Brystynn and Diesel Talpas; and several nieces and nephews. Also surviving is her great friend and caregiver, Loretta Holland. Deceased are a sister, Louise Miller; and three brothers, James, John and Paul Roupe. A gathering of friends will be held from on Saturday, August 24th, from Noon to 4 p.m, the time of service, in William G. Neal Funeral Homes, Ltd, 925 Allison Avenue, Washington, with Rev. Josh Brown officiating.
|kellybean||RE: Perry Scott Black|
I don't know about re-burial. But there is a headstone for him at Greenlawn. Thank you to you too for all you do!
|Susan R Perhala-Horry County Cemetery Registration||RE: re: 23215685|
Suggest that you send your requests to edit@findagrave and of course save those emails to follow up. Can take up to 3 months but at least you will have them in line for attention. Best to include URL for the memorial, URL for the inactive contributor, and your URL. Separate emails for each burial you are interested in editing. I might also send a separate email asking for transfer for each of these relatives of yours. The editors are slow, but quicker to handle edits than transfers. I just was notified this a.m. of two transfers of management to me...I had asked editors assistance back in the spring. Surprised me because I thought they just overlooked this particular contributor. Almost seems like they gave it 60 days to see if THEY could contact that contributor or monitor their activity before they were comfortable classifying them as inactive. They wouldn't take my word for it that I had waited 90 days already. Oh the speed of light! Patience is important.