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Jeff Harvey (#47464825)
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Bio Photo 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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Gladys Warr
RE: The old and young Flemings
Thanks for the clarification of the mysterious moving headstone. Ole Great Uncle Edward may have had some powers. I am sure you will come across it some day. It is just the way things work.

It is a really nice thing that you and Ed are not only related but have the same interest. I wish I had someone closer that thinks graveyards are cool.

Thanks again, from those of us that are trying to keep the memories from fading.
Best regards,
Gladys
Added by Gladys Warr on Jul 27, 2014 4:09 PM
Gladys Warr
RE: The old and young Flemings
Ok, one last time.
1)Ed put up stone for the Olders - Edward and Jane C. So in that case they do have a stone? If so did I submit a request for theirs?
2)You took the pic of the youngers - Albert and Jennie their existing stone.
3) If Ed is related to Grace Fleming and Barny Smith then he and I are related, as my grandfather was Grace's brother.
4) Lordy, I hope I have this right so I can leave you in peace. But I am dead set on getting this family straighten out and one day getting some pictures of the "olders" and the "youngers" for our family tree, as our Fleming line has come to an end in New Jersey.
If Ed and I are related would it be possible for him to get in touch with me? I am sure he knows even more about Grace and her family and may have some pictures.
Thanks, Jeff
Best regards,
gladys
Added by Gladys Warr on Jul 27, 2014 3:00 PM
Gladys Warr
The old and young Flemings
Hi Jeff,
Sorry to be so thick. So what you are saying is that the stone for Albert and Jennie was supplied by Ed Smith? There is no stone for Edward and Jane (old ones). Do I have that right? But according to the Cemetery records they are buried in the same plot, just missing a stones, but only one now.
Thanks for taking time out of your busy life to help me understand.
Who is Ed Smith? Is he part of the Fleming Clan that married into the Smiths that were my father's aunts? One of the Fleming girls married Barnaby Smith. You are so right about the mysteries. I guess that is why we do this and the idea that our ancestors need to be remembered.
Thanks so very much.
Gladys
Added by Gladys Warr on Jul 27, 2014 2:33 PM
Gladys Warr
Albert W. Fleming
Hi,
I want to thank you for the picture of Albert and Jennie's headstone. Not only is the picture itself great, the fact that you took such a clear and readable shot is great too. A great image indeed. I have some, although I am grateful for the image, where the headstone is not readable. I took some shots of my more recent ancestors in NJ and did not realize how terrible they were until I uploaded them into my computer. So I know this isn't as easy as everyone thinks it is.
So thank you twice. Once for the picture and once for such a good quality image. Sure do appreciate your efforts.
Have a wonderful rest of your weekend.
Gladys Fleming Warr
Added by Gladys Warr on Jul 27, 2014 1:39 PM
Debra Richards (Irishgirl355)
RE: Barto Headstone photo
Distantly Related to the Reeder family through a number of marriages to my Richards ancestors. Since Ancestry now has the Pennsylvania death certificates from 1906 - 1944 I have spent the last two days on my Richards family line. (Plus it's raining here in Ohio and I can't get out to the cemeteries to fulfill requests.) Lucky for me the obituaries of Betty and Lester stated the cemetery name. And I so appreciate your help and the permission to use the fantastic photo you took. Thank you.
Kindest Regards
Debra Richards
Added by Debra Richards (Irishgirl... on Jul 27, 2014 1:33 PM
Debra Richards (Irishgirl355)
Barto Headstone photo
That was really quick on taking those photos of the Barto headstone. Thank you so very much!! My I have your permission to add the photo to my online tree?
Thanks again.
Kindest Regards,
Debra Richards
Added by Debra Richards (Irishgirl... on Jul 27, 2014 1:13 PM
edward smith
Fleming
Hey Jeff, I see you didn't get a photo for 2 of the Fleming graves. I added the photo of the headstone if you might be able to let the person who made the request know. It wasn't a photo I took, but knew it existed. Possibly missing now or maybe a different plot.
Added by edward smith on Jul 27, 2014 12:36 PM
Pam Anderson
RE: Rev. Alfred Strang
No problem. I haven't been receiving email requests either since the middle of June. But I'm working with this cemetery to put their records on a spread sheet, so I check requests often. I also have photos for his wife, but someone claimed her. I will post this if her photo doesn't appear.
Added by Pam Anderson on Jul 20, 2014 11:03 AM
Fred Winner
RE: Winner headstones
WENNER - NOPE, don't think so.... The Winners came from New Jersey and have been in Lycoming Co since around 1800 when James Winner purchased 450 acres of land near Warrensville. He, and many of his family, are buried in the Pine Grove ( Quaker Cemetery ) close by . I'm still looking for many of the descendants...
Added by Fred Winner on Jul 20, 2014 10:11 AM
Leslie
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Thanks, Jeff!
Added by Leslie on Jul 20, 2014 7:58 AM
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