RE: William Duffy and Mary Jane Woodcock You are welcome to view my "pages" on Ancestry.com to facilitate your research and for names. If you are on ancestry I can give you guest access to my tree. You don't have to be a member (I'm not a paying member) and it may have information you can use.
William Duffy and Mary Jane Woodcock Have been delve deep into somewhat distant relatives which includes the Kuchenrither clan (Frederick Kuchenrither married Josephine Duffy, daughter of William Duffy and Mary Jane.) William Duffy seems to have two birth years 1844 and 1868 on different Find a Grave pages. Haven't found supporting facts, but William Duffy may have had a son named William Duffy possibly explaining the dates that are 24 years apart. Daughter Josephine was born in 1874 which rules out the Willian Duffy of 1868 being her father unless he did so at age 6! Thoughts?
RE: St John's Cemetery Summitville Church is next to graveyard. I have already entered all the graves I found for the surnames you mentioned. I did not do a comprehensive search of the cemetery, I'm sure there are tombstones I missed.
RE: Henry Family Yes, use the pictures as you like. If there are any Henry memorials that I've created that you want transferred, let me know. I will be returning to Belmont and will watch for any more of that family.
Spohn Family Cemetery Wow, I've discovered a ton of stuff. I added the Spohn Family Cemetery to Find A Grave and added 10 names from an index and also Conrad Spohn and his wife Dorothea Bolich. I found the cemetery was part of a preservation project and I have links I can email. I just wanted to let you know after I discovered a token you left on a memorial page.
RE: Re: Anna Spafford Craft Thank you for the information. I have deleted the picture from Alice. My desk top computer has the pictures so I must wait till our grandson returns it following some "fixing" before I can put in their correct pictures. Again thank you for your patience and directions. Lynn