|Mark Weitzel (#47233373)|
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|I am sorry that it came down to this as I dislike having to make a little request. Regarding Obits/funeral notices you may find for memorials I maintain at Chestnut Hill Cemetery, Portville, Cattaraugus County, NY. I have access to all the newspapers in the area and I am posting obits. as fast as my little fingers will go. Please don't send me a obit. for one I haven't got to yet, I will get to it soon. If you have a obit. or funeral notice for one of my memorials that is from, other than, Chestnut Hill Cemetery please feel free to send them. Thank You!|
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|Richard H. Goms Jr.||RE: Elizabeth Ann (Armstrong) Arhibald|
Its all right. Thank you so much for transferring those memorials to me. I have made all the appropriate changes and linkages to them that I know of. By the way, the Nov/Dec 2015 issue of "Family Chronicle"(now called "Your Genealogy Today") will he out later next month. It has an article I wrote called "Who is Alfred Betts?" about the years of research it took me to find the relationship between John Morris and his neighbor, Alfred Betts in Eldred Township. It begins with the 1847 personal agreement between John Morris and Alfred Betts found in the McKean county Courthouse. Alfred's mother, Mary "Polly" (Chamberlain) Betts Pinkerton Morris, being married three times, was the second wife of John Morris. That research located the relationships of the Betts, Pinkertons, Morrises, Archibalds, Armstrongs, Skeels, Scofields, Gregorys, Parishes, Houses and Couchs follows a route from 1820 Saratoga county to Olean, Portville, and Eldred out to Kansas where descendants still live.
|Richard H. Goms Jr.||Elizabeth Ann (Armstrong) Arhibald|
Have you been receiving my posts and edits for James Bennett Arhibald and Elizabeth Ann Armstrong? I posted the edits and bio changes several weeks ago according to your request. Please let me know if you received them. Thanks for your assistance.
|Judy Blackman||Gerald Leland Scutt|
Hi Mark, this is my step dad. Can I please have the memorial transferred to me. My mom is Joyce. Thanks
|Susan Kerr||RE: Lucas Family|
I had some of the info on Daniel and Philip. You just added to my stash.
From the sources I've seen, Peter married Polly Fahringer (Ferringer). There are still many families with that last name in this area of western Pennsylvania. I need to follow the Ferringer path a bit more. I think they appear on the ships' passengers' lists from about the same time the Lucases came over in 1740 aboard the Lydia.
|John Sloan||Find A Grave Memorial# 106503222|
Mark Thank you for the photo of John Hinman Jr's gravestone.
|Darlene Looper Cole||Snow Ranck photo|
Thank you so much for fulfilling my photo request for the Enos Ranck headstone. This is a great addition to my research!
|Caral||RE: re: # 66843785 HASSINGER photo|
Thanks, Mark. Know "local folks" have their own names, so will keep inquiring. ;) This is a line of distant cousins, so not an immediate search.
Added by Caral on May 09, 2015 8:55 PM
|Caral||re: # 66843785 HASSINGER photo|
Greetings, Since you're the credited photographer, have a question: is this cem aka Hassinger Brick Cem, as some PA Dea Cert's list bur loc?
Added by Caral on May 09, 2015 3:07 AM
|Nancy Wark||Sarahs headstone photo|
Many thanks Mark I very much appreciate your kindness in taking and posting Sarahs headstone photo.
|Terry Yoder||RE: Margaret Rockey|
Done. I linked her to both of her parents. Are you a Rockey cousin?
I have an extensive family tree on Ancestry.com
it's titled Yoder, Ritter, Pence, Young, Sayers Tree
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