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I have been researching family history for about 2years steady after putting it down 13 yrs ago. I found Findagrave.com It's Great!|
I am searching Chinese family of mine, In Pennsyvania.
Last name of Soo Hoo / Seto
My great Grandfather's name was Soo Hoo Chouk.
Strong Village cemetery
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|William White||Randolph and Elizabeth Call|
Thank you so much for the photos of my 3rd great-grandparents,Randolph and Elizabeth Call.This information is very helpful to my family tree.
|Bernie_L||Mount Auburn Photo Requests|
I visited the Mt. Auburn Cemetery office today, with a list of photo requests including, Jenny Rapp and Harry Soo Hoo, there was no record for either. They did provide the location of another request, Tung A. Soo Hoo, which I fulfilled. I looked in the area, but could find no other Soo Hoo burials. The cemetery clerk suggested you contact them, often Chinese names have several spelling variations. If you get a lot number, email me directly and I will fulfill your photo requests.
Added by Bernie_L on May 24, 2014 6:37 PM
|AuntieJ||Segee marker at Riverside|
We visited Riverside in Fort Fairfield this past May, looking for my own family graves, and took a list of the photo requests with us.
There is now a headstone with the surname Segee placed on a very large plot. On the other side of that headstone is the surname Holton. A quick look-up on ancestry.com suggests that a Segee woman married into the Holton family.
There is no other verbiage on either side of the stone and there are no ground markers visible.
If this plot is the one where the Segees of your photo request repose, I'll be glad to post the photo.
Added by AuntieJ on Jun 21, 2013 10:31 AM
|vicki flannery||Segee Graves in Fort Fairfield|
I visited the Riverside Cemetery in Fort Fairfield yesterday, in search of family graves and had a list of your photo requests too. I found some interesting information, but no headstones for either of us to use in our searches. First of all, the graves numbered on this site are mostly inaccurate. I had to enlist the help of cemetery staff twice to find my way, and was way off course both times. Second, none of the headstones I was looking for were there, including yours. Further, there was no information readily available to confirm that stones had ever marked the graves in the first place... I was told the graves were either unmarked, the markers didn't last, or may have been swept away when the ice-jam flood came through in 1994. You can look this event up on-line, the pictures are amazing. The good news is, your ancestors are in the cemetery books, and my daughter did photograph those pages. If you would like copies, please email me. Good luck on the rest of your journey. Vicki
|Rick & Kat||RE: Willard Guy Brett|
Feel Free to use any information or photo I have submitted, this is what it is all about, one helping another and I do not require to be a reference in the photo. Please use it any way you would like.
|Carrie & Kevin||RE: Roscoe & Minnie ( Gordon) WHITING|
Sure, you can use the photos how ever you like. Have a great day!
|Richard Kimball||Segee graves in Riverside Cem|
I keep seeing your requests for the grave photos of Mary, George and John Segee in the Fort Fairfield Riverside Cemetery. According to the cemetery records they were burried there in plot 883 in the early 1900's. There are no Segee stones in that lot at this time. Also, there are no other Segee burials recorded in that cemetery. There are other stones on that lot and there may once may have been Segee stones. The lot is not crowded, but there is no obvious place where other stones may have been. I suggest checking with the Dorsey Funeral Home in Fort Fairfield as they have done most of the burials there for some time and must have fairly complete records. I understand they are quite coopeerative. Good luck.
|Edmund C. Dodge||George Gile& Caleb K. Larkin requests...|
July 23 I couldn't find George F. Gile... To-day I found his gravestone in Larkin Cemetery..
I'm sure I found Caleb K. Larkin.. That stone was upside down laying on the ground.. We tried to upright it but was too heavy for us.. Will try again and see if we can upright it.It is right next to his wifes gravestone..
|lk51t||RE: Berton Corliss|
Sure you can use it.
Added by lk51t on Aug 19, 2010 7:49 PM
|Nancy D||RE: Merle E Clayton|
You are very welcome!
Added by Nancy D on Aug 15, 2010 6:50 AM
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