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mygenpassion (#47326476)
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Bio Photo I have been researching & collecting data on my family roots for over 30 years. When I am not adding and maintaining memorials for my family, I enjoy adding memorials for all those veterans that have fought and died to preserve our way of life.
All of my photos may be used without asking. However, all the headstone photos have been contributed by Find A Grave volunteers who should be recognized accordingly, for their time, effort and expense. All photos added to my memorials should follow Find A Grave guidelines and, in addition, will be cropped.
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Chuck Dyess
Alexander Dyes- Dias
PA; Birth & Christening Records:

DOB; April 23, 1796; Christening Jun 9, 1796 at Christ Lutheran Church York, PA
PARENTS: Richard & Anna Dyes.
Added by Chuck Dyess on Jul 29, 2015 8:03 PM
SCurry
Clara M Carson 1862-1957
You have a picture request for Clara M Carson in the Blairsville Cemetery. I found a marker from Shoemaker Funeral Home for a Clara M Carson 1897-1953. There is no one else around her that would give us additional information. Let me know if you want me to send you a picture of it.
Added by SCurry on Jul 25, 2015 9:15 AM
Beth Caporali
RE: Dezzutti
You are very welcome.
Added by Beth Caporali on Jul 21, 2015 6:39 AM
Brian J. Ensley
RE: Grandview Cemetery
Yes. Lot's of continuous pain. I'm on convo leave until 17AUG15. The Army's being really good about it. I definitely see progress this time. Everything is titanium, even had to replace the kneecap.
Added by Brian J. Ensley on Jul 19, 2015 7:26 AM
Barbara B
RE: Laurel Hill Cemetery
Just checking! You're welcome!
Added by Barbara B on Jul 17, 2015 6:33 PM
Barbara B
RE: Unity Cemetery
You're welcome for the photos. I found Florence Saltzman out at Laurel Hill Cemetery in Laughlintown and added the photo. Her husband William d. 1930 is on the same stone. There definitely is no stone for William d. 1957 or Cora. There is a stone for Ralph, Mary and Melvin Saltzman if you are interested. Barbara
Added by Barbara B on Jul 17, 2015 10:25 AM
Kaleen Bennett
RE: Hulda Dayton
You are very welcome. My husband and I took our grandson on a family history trip in summer of 2013 and that's when we took the pictures. We were looking specifically for Bennett ancestors of my husband's, but we took a few more pictures of graves we didn't have any known connection with as well. I believe we can confirm our connection to Hulda, but I don't recall one with Julia Hollis. Anyway, they do no one any service stuck inside my digital camera or computer, so I looked for requests and also added some that weren't requested for some other sites. Glad we actually had ones that were of value to you. ~K Bennett
Added by Kaleen Bennett on Jul 05, 2015 6:09 PM
Franny
St. Mary's latrobe
I am working on taking pictures at St. Marys in Latrobe. I hope to have them done by the end of summer.

bye
Franny
Added by Franny on Jul 04, 2015 8:38 AM
Barbara B
RE: Jacob Squibb
I added the photo for Wilbert Squib. Also if you are interested, near the Winebrenners were William 1899-1974, Rose 1872-1946, Grant 1865-1953 & George 1906-1944. You're welcome for the Coles photos!
Added by Barbara B on Jul 04, 2015 5:59 AM
Barbara B
RE: Jacob Squibb
I did take photos of the other Squib stones and have added the photos to the memorials. In this lot, there was also Alfred mem # 86289848 and I added a photo. And there was Wilbert 1894-1905 who there is no memorial for. I have a photo if you want to create a memorial. The tall stone in the center of the Squibs has no legible inscription on it. I may have some additional Kuhns stones next to your requests too.
Added by Barbara B on Jul 03, 2015 6:22 PM
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