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Barbara Long (#47657241)
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Please note that photos I've added for Park Lawn Cemetery, Mount Hope Catholic Cemetery and Mount Pleasant Cemetery in Toronto, Ontario, Canada and Hillcrest Cemetery in York, Ontario, Canada were taken by Islington.

I only sat at a computer and put them on the website. Islington walked through these huge cemeteries and took the photos.

All credit to Islington.

Barbara Long
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Mike Phillips
Nettie Luella Speir Kincaid Find A Grave#13880178
You may use any thing you like & acknowledgement is not necessary.
Added by Mike Phillips on Mar 29, 2015 1:38 PM
Betsy Caposell
RE: Stevensons
I would definitely not mind if you added them back to Find A Grave. No, I am not related to Guy U Stevenson and his wife. I can't help but notice though, that his wife's surname is the same as J. Laurence Stevenson's wife's name. Is there a connection?

I am interested in ALL Stevensons no matter where or who they are.

I am descended from James Stevenson (1760-1813) & his wife "Lady" Jane Caughey (1760-1847), both born in Ireland and both died in Salem, Mercer, PA.

Betsy
Added by Betsy Caposell on Mar 16, 2015 11:51 AM
Betsy Caposell
RE: Biel & Stevenson
Other than visiting the cemetery, which I have done many times, there is no way for me to confirm their being buried there. However, I can tell you that their findagrave memorial may have been removed as a result of a former findagrave member who took tons of photos in Stevenson Cemetery demanding that her postings be removed after findagrave was taken over by ancestry. She was mad, unfortunately.
Nevertheless, with the former findagrave info combined with the death certificates, I feel comfortable listing them as being buried there. I already have their death certificates.
Plus, it's been my impression that Stevensons living in Mercer County were buried in the Stevenson Cemetery.
Perhaps the next time I go to Stevenson Cemetery, I will look for their headstone(s) and photograph them. Although I live in PA, it is a drive for me. I love to go there, though, and plan on going this summer.

Betsy (a direct Stevenson descendant)
Added by Betsy Caposell on Mar 16, 2015 8:59 AM
Betsy Caposell
RE: J Lawrence Stevenson
You're welcome.

Betsy (not Nancy)
Added by Betsy Caposell on Mar 16, 2015 8:03 AM
Betsy Caposell
RE: J/Jay Lawrence Stevenson
Done. You won't notice until I sync my tree with ancestry again, and I have not been successful with syncing for several weeks. But, it's done.

Betsy
Added by Betsy Caposell on Mar 15, 2015 8:27 AM
Warren Lane
Violet Gore Parkinson
My mother was Aileen Parker and she was a close friend of Vi. My Mother died in 2008 at the age of 98.

Mother knew Vi from the 1920s when they both took dancing lessons at The Russian Ballet School of Dancing. I have written a book on my mother's dancing career and have mentioned Vi in it.

I use to call her the "Sargent Major" because of her loud and gravelly voice. I know that she was a buyer for Eatons, she served in the arm forces and that she married Leslie Parkinson.

If you have any information about Vi, I would appreciate it. I am particularly interested in the time period 1920 to 1945.

Thanks
Warren Lane
Added by Warren Lane on Mar 11, 2015 2:23 PM
Don Cook
Simpkins[
I changed it to Jeremiah Hazen, I had it the other way because that is the way Mercer County Death Index has him listed. It sounds like it should be the way you have seen it.
Thanks, Don
Added by Don Cook on Feb 09, 2015 6:16 AM
William Roha
RE: John Barickman
I don't think I've received the copy of the death certificate, if that's what you are referring to.
Added by William Roha on Jan 25, 2015 4:53 PM
William Roha
RE: John Barickman
Sure, e-mail the death certificate. He's a relative and I'd like to make sure I get his dates right.
Added by William Roha on Jan 22, 2015 9:30 PM
William Roha
John S Barickman # 60121642
You have posted this edit:

Can you tell me your source of the dates that appear to conflict with the tombstone?

John Barickman
Sent by: Barbara Long
Jan 01, 2015 3:14 PM

Birth Date:
1874

Birth Place:
unknown

Death Date:
1918 Birth Date:
Jun. 5, 1875

Birth Place:
Pennsylvania, USA

Death Date:
Nov. 11, 1915
Added by William Roha on Jan 22, 2015 9:15 AM
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