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|I a 53 yr old wife and mother of 3. I have been a registered nurse for 33 yrs but have worked only part time for the past 24. Geneology is my passion. I work on it almost every day. I am excited about the growth of this website. It is a wonderful way to share information and to help others. Feel free to use my photos as you wish. If you are directly related and it is determined your relationship is closer than mine, a transfer might be arranged.|
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|Pauline Spring||Christina Spring Poust|
I am curious to ask how you know that Christina Poust was born Christina Spring in Moreland Twp, Lycoming Co, PA. My husband is descended from the Springs of this area, and I have been trying to expand the family through ancestry.com for some time. I recently came upon the extended family of Peter Spring, his direct ancestor.
I would be very grateful if you can share any insights you may have on the Spring connection to Christina Poust.
Thanks very much!
|Tad Deffler||Yarger pictures|
Would you mind if I took copies of some of your Yarger pictures? The records in a family tree are so much nicer when there's an image.
|Judy Morgan||Peter Yarger & Mary Schaffer|
Would you mail me at email@example.com. I am interested in comparing notes on their son John. He seems to be elusive. Judy
|The Tanners||RE: Bill and Bessie Morse|
You're very welcome! Glad we could help.
|Steve||RE: Maxine Arneson|
As promised, I went back to Maxineís grave and got a better photo.
More interesting, while searching for another grave I discovered the graves of Anna and John Arneson (Find A Grave numbers 144436690 and 144436781) just across the road from Maxine and Donald.
Would you know if these are directly related to Donald?
Added by Steve on Apr 01, 2015 2:56 AM
|Mark Myers||N.J. Barmore|
He's buried at Rock Grove, Illinois as you know. I question the comment about Pike County which is downstate. I grew up on a farm that belonged to that family in sec. 27, Rock Grove Twp. Ajoing their land is Pleasant Hill schoolhouse and there was once a church that probably went by the same name. What do you think about this?
|Jerry Gowins Jr.||RE: Glick Cemetery|
Yes you may.
|The Tanners||RE: Richard and Mary Gilliam|
You're very welcome! Glad we could help!
|Cathy and Tim Sheffler||Elizabeth Osgood / Salem|
Hi. I accidentally loaded a picture in Elizabeth's memorial. You'll need to re-enter your photo request. Sorry about that. By the way, I didn't find a marker for her when I was at the cemetery, but I did find one for John (1829-1912), Elizabeth (1836-1914), and Bertha (1893-1981). I don't know if they're related or of interest to you. Tim
|Steve||RE: Maxine Arneson|
You are very welcome.
I have driven past Maxineís grave many times watching for a stone to be installed, and had about decided that there wasnít going to be one. But, when I drove past last Monday, there it was. Unfortunately, I was in my car rather than my truck, so I didnít have any rags and brushes to clean it. I used my hand to brush it off as best I could, but as you can see, I wasnít very successful.
When weather permits, Iíll return and get a better photo for you. I just wanted you to know that Maxine does indeed now have a headstone.
Added by Steve on Nov 13, 2014 6:45 PM
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