|Jeff Harvey (#47464825)|
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Family geneologist, looking for Pennsylvania families with the names Harvey, Anderson, Youngblood, Barlow, Worthington, Whitmoyer. Heavily into the Chester and Lycoming County branches of these families. Big interest in St. Peter's Pikeland Churches as well.|
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|John & Gene Sharp||Pvt. Benjamin F. Warner 7th PA Cav Company B|
Thanks so much for your superb photo of the gravesite of Pvt. Benjamin F. Warner 7th PA Cav. Co. B. This great image will not only illustrate his military service but help keep his memory alive.
Best regards John Sharp
Thanks for the headstone photo.
Added by MWeakley on Sep 27, 2015 6:45 PM
|Eileen ||Thank You!|
I really appreciate you taking the photo of Absolom Hunt's gravestone.
Added by Eileen on Sep 26, 2015 2:34 PM
|Patricia Witman Feaster||Warner|
Thanks for the message, no problem, glad the photo is there and you were able to post it. Pat
|Marilyn McKinney||Kiesinger photos|
Thank you very much for your efforts. They are greatly appreciated.
|edward smith||RE: 122283003|
Thanks Jeff, I know the other wasn't there when I created it, but I deleted mine.
Thank you so much for the picture of Raymond Secules gravestone!
Added by SLFergus on Sep 03, 2015 2:26 PM
|grant eves||RE: picture|
It was a funny. I knew it was a plantJust pulling your chain You did a great job no need for a redo.
your the best always coming through
The next time you take a picture pull out the weeds What do you mean flowers Looks like weeds to me. But thank you so much for thinking of me again. you are again the man
Thanks so much Grant Eves
|Robert W. Bennett||John J Wintersteen|
Jeff - thank you so much for the quick response in posting a photo of John's headstone. In the Historical and Biographical annals of Columbia and Montour Counties John was born 16 Aug 1823. It says that he died in Pine Township but does not mention a date. Rodger created memorial record with that birth date, but based on the death date it did not compute with the inscription of: 36y 7m 14d. The birth date would be 24 Mar 1829. I and another researcher have evidence supporting the 1829 birth. I think your headstone photo seals the birth date.
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