|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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|Maddy Alexander||RE: Sarah Jobe|
What is the name of the cemetery and what town, county and state is it in?
|Maddy Alexander||Sarah Jobe|
Is this Sarah Hawley (maiden name)? I'm searching for info on my distant relative Sarah Hawley and I noticed you have a NOTE on this site saying she maybe James Jobe's wife? Is there no proof?
Many thanks: Madeline Hawley Alexander
|Richard H. Goms Jr.||James B. Archibald|
Son of Lee Earl and Elizabeth (Bennett) Archibald, brother of George L., Marion V., Don K., and Leah Archibald.
The Portville Review, Portville, NY, JUNE 6, 1940, p. 5
James Archibald will leave for Buffalo on Monday where he will join the U. S. Navy.
The Portville Review, Portville, NY, July 24, 1941
James Archibald who is stationed at Mare Island, Cal., spent the week end with his brother Don Archibald who attends the Boeing School of Aeronautics at Oakland, Cal.
The Portville Review, Portville, NY, December 18, 1941, p. 1
OUR BOYS IN SERVICE
James Archibald, U.S.S. Swordfish, Pearl Harbor, T. H.
Don Archibald, 89th School Squadron, Barksdale Field, Louisiana.
James Archibald left Pearl Harbor on November 4th for unknown port.
George Archibald was discharged from military service on October 23rd after seven months training. He was discharged due to age limit.
The Portville Review, Portville, NY, April 13, 1943, p. 1
STAFF SERGEANT ARCHIBALD SPEAKS TO MODEL CLUB
Staff Sergeant Don Archibald spoke to the Model Club and Junior and Senior boys on Monday at one o'clock at the local High School. He discussed his work in maintainence at the Army Glider Training Base at Stuttgart, Ark. "Don" related some of his flying experience and described the two motor transport which are used as tow ships. Sergeant Archibald has earned his wings and Staff Sergeant since speaking to the Model Club a little over a year ago.
BROTHERS HOME ON FURLOUGH Staff Sergeant Donald Archibald and James Archibald, U. S. N. are guests of their parents, Mr. and Mrs Lee Archibald. "Jim" has been in service in the Pacific and this is his first trip home in two and one-half years.
The Portville Review, Portville, NY, March 2, 1944, p. 1
Portville Victory Club:
I would like to thank the members of the Portville Victory Club for the Christmas box that I received December 20th at Midway Islands. I would like to thank each of you personally, but it is impossible.
It sure makes a fellow feel good to know that the people of his home town are thinking of him and I hope that all my buddies received theirs in as good condition as mine.
EM 1-c U. S. Navy
The Portville Review, Portville, NY, May 18, 1944, p. 5
Sgt. George Archibald is spending fifteen days with his parents Mr. and Mrs. Lee Archibald. He is stationed on the Alaskan highway in California.
James Archibald, U. S. Navy spent the week-end at his home here. He was accompanied to New London, Conn., by Mrs. Archibald on his return.
The Portville Review, Portville, NY, December 7, 1944, p. 4
PORTVILLE'S HONOR ROLL
The Portville Review, Portville, NY, June 24, 1948, p. 1
Miss Barbara Llewelyn, daughter of Mrs. Christine Llewelyn, of Eldred and George Archibald, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Earl Archibald of Portville, N. Y., were married in the Presbyterian Church, Wellsboro, Pa., Tuesday afternoon at four o'clock. The attendants were Mrs. D. L. Bernard, of Olean, sister of the bride and Norman Blaski, of Eldred. The bride was attired in silk print dress and white accessories. Her corsage was red roses. Mrs. Bernard wore a silk print dress and her corsage was of sweet peas and carnations following the ceremony, Mr. and Mrs. Archibald left on a wedding trip to the Thousand Isłands. The bride is a graduate of Eldred High School and Mansfield State Teachers College and has been a teacher in the Lincoln School in Poster Township. He is a graduate of Portville High School. Mr. Archibald is manager of the Mayrock oil lease at Barnum. Their many friends are wishing them much happiness in their wedded life.
|kathy robarts||RE: Herb Family|
Thank you so much. I just ordered the book. I see there are a number of families involved. Looking forward to getting it. Thanks again.
Thanks for the photo!
|Law-Miller Roots||Eister @ Wolf's Cross Roads Cemetery|
Mark, Thanks for taking and posting the great photo for William and Louisa Eister! Appreciate your help.
|Lucille Procious||RE: Barbara Paul|
Barbara's' divorce papers state she was the daughter of Martin Paul which is why I used the date in the Upper Saucon records. I did not know of the other date on the atone. Martin is buried at klinger Cem. Our Nicholas was probably buried here in Armstrong Co. That is where his Property was located and his probate records are.A lady told me many years ago that there was a small Brosius grave yard in Redbank Twp Armstrong Co and the area was stripped for coal and the graveyard destroyed. That is very illegal. I asked the man that owned the Co. but of course he denied it. If you would like a copy of Barbara's divorce papers e-mail me at email@example.com. I sent and got them in 1978 but I have been told that they cannot be found. Lucille
|Melinda Trayer Nobles||James and Lewis Brosius|
Thank you for taking the time to fulfill my photo requests. I greatly appreciate your efforts.
|Lucille Procious||Barbara Paul Brosius|
Thank you so much. I owe you one! great photo. Sometimes for DAR and other places , I do programs on family research. I always use Barbara and her 1828 divorce. She was way before her time. She really took Nicholas to the cleaners! Thanks again. You have no idea how happy I am!Lucille
|Donna Butler Sheaffer||RE: Mary Kunselman|
Dear Mark, You can delete yours. I transferred mine to you. Donna
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