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Kristina (Covalt) Aldred (#47220601)
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Bio Photo I am working on my mother's and father's family genealogy. I love exploring the past and finding information about them. Find A Grave has been a tremendous help in my research.

Thanks to all of you who have helped me find family member's grave sites. Also a big Thank You to those who have taken photos of their headstones for me.

My family surnames include

Maternal - Barnett, Cessna, Mellott, and Wills.

Paternal - Conlon, Covalt, Cunard, Grubb, Ritchey, and Smith.

Husband - Aldred, Baisden, McCoy

I am happy to transfer a memorial if they are not in my tree.

My photos are free for anyone to use but they must be acknowledged as follows: "Photo courtesy of Kristina Covalt Aldred of Find A Grave.
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B. Felix
RE: Kathy D. Miller Clark
You're very welcome.
Added by B. Felix on Oct 29, 2015 5:42 PM
Donald E. Skinner
RE: Bethuel Covalt

No, I'm not related to Bethuel. However his son, also named Bethuel, who died in 1926 in Harvey County, Kansas, was my great-grandfather Francis T. Fost's best friend, as near as I can tell. They both joined the Third Maryland Infantry and they moved to Kansas together after the war and they both had Fisher relatives who descended from Warfordsburg lines. So I do feel a little kinship. When I came to Tonoloway I just needed to look up his parents.
Added by Donald E. Skinner on Oct 18, 2015 7:11 AM
Donald E. Skinner
Bethuel Covalt
Thanks very much for the excellent photo of the stone of Bethel Covalt #22320482 in the cemetery of the Tonoloway Primitive Baptist Church at Needmore, Pa. I was in the cemetery last week and I only found the stone because I knew its shape from your photo. And your photo helped me decipher the name. The stone is currently covered with dark lichens or something like that and is nearly unreadable. --Don Skinner, Overland Park, Ks.
Added by Donald E. Skinner on Oct 17, 2015 9:16 PM
Karen Koetting-Howard
RE: Anna Aldred
Good afternoon,

I just saw your message, just transfer her memorial too you. Anna is buried at the same cemetery at my mom, so when I am out there, I try to take extra pictures and load them, if not already on find-a-grave. Enjoy.

Your fellow graver,
Karen Koetting-Howard #47695249
Added by Karen Koetting-Howard on Sep 19, 2015 5:10 PM
Doris Hartman
RE: Adams question
I don't see a Will in my Adams' 1910 census. So maybe a different family? Mine lived in Polk, Rocky Grove or Franklin, all in northwestern PA.
Added by Doris Hartman on Sep 15, 2015 6:21 PM
Doris Hartman
RE: Adams question
Definitely had a daughter Angie Ruth, born Oct 1892, died before 1946, on Feb 24 1913 in Cuyauhoga Co, OH, married George William BARNES, born Sep 3 1894 (per WWI card) in Franklin, PA, son of Charles E and Hannah C Kiefer Barnes, died Sep 5 1937 (in OH?). Lived in Toledo, OH in 1924. George is buried in the Franklin Cemetery with no marker. I can't find record of Angie's death or burial.
There was no Lucy that I know of but Lucia Adaline MacDonnell Adams was most commonly called Lucy. And Isaac was always called Charles or Charlie. 1910 is the only census that they went by those names.
I don't know that any were blind. They often had lodgers living with them. A couple kids died young, a couple moved away from the area and a couple stayed around Franklin.
Added by Doris Hartman on Sep 15, 2015 6:09 PM
Rebecca DiVirgilio
RE: Pearl B. Beauchemin Chamberlain
Your welcome!
Added by Rebecca DiVirgilio on Jul 14, 2015 8:34 PM
Jim Corbin
RE: Adam Curfman
No problem. Just glad to be able to help. Jim
Added by Jim Corbin on Jul 03, 2015 9:59 AM
RE: 116189020 Mathew Rouse
Thank you for your quick response. I think I have found a cousin who is a descendant of Mathew (she created the memorial for his wife) and I will see if she would like to maintain this memorial. If not, I will make sure that it stays up to date.
Added by Troy on Jun 07, 2015 4:34 PM
116189020 Mathew Rouse

Thank you for creating a memorial for Mathew Rouse. He is the brother of my great grandmother. I just sent you a suggested edit with a link to his mother's memorial. Would you please transfer management of this memorial to me if he is not in your family tree? If he is in your family I will send you my email so that we can share information. One more edit suggestion, his middle name is Simpson.

Thanks again

Troy Thiessen
Added by Troy on Jun 07, 2015 3:51 PM
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