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|Sincerely Yours||RE: John Spratt Wrightnour|
Not related to the Family, but had a Florence Blair Moyer who was married to Jesse Ritenour. Had information on George Sprat Wrightnour because he was married into the Frampton line.
|Sincerely Yours||John Spratt Wrightnour|
The Death date is correct. He didn't die in PA he died on a train on his way to Massachsetts.
I had his obituary in my data, but somehow looking at it I lost it. I must have hit something I shouldn't have.
|Jay Wright||Margaret Woodmansee + Margaret Woodmansee|
Thanks for the super-speedy attention to the Margaret Woodmansee SACs, Rick, and thanks for moving the document images down to more appropriate positions (as you know, I can't do that). I don't normally like to upload more than two document images to any memorial, but this seemed like a special situation because of the possible confusion between the two Margarets. If you want one document removed, just say the word and let me know which one you would prefer that I remove. If I don't hear from you, I'm ready to pronounce this as "A Successful Collaboration." Your help is much appreciated.
|Susan||RE: John C Albert|
which John C. Albert are you talking about there are two in my family.The first one John C. Albert had the second one John C. Albert. The first was born in 1829 in Bavaria. The second was born in 1861 in Cleveland Ohio. He had my Grandfather Milton Charles Albert and that was my Mother's father. I don't have a Jacob as a brother to either one of them. So this is good to know that one of them has a brother named Jacob. Can you give us more info. My cousin Keith Alberts and I have love Genealogy. Milton changed the name to Alberts.
Added by Susan on Apr 17, 2014 4:01 PM
|Jo Mullins||Aerl Cemetery - George W Thompson|
Thanks so much for taking a photo of Thomas E Thompson's stone and sharing it on Find-A-Grave. My mother and I have been trying to find where her great grandfather (George W Thompson) is buried. His wife Harriet Thompson is buried in the Cherry Fork Cemetery on her son's (Jessie Lee Thompson) plot. The Thomas E Thompson child that is buried in the Aerl Cemetery was their son. George W died around 1869 at the age of 48 and my mother was thinking it might be possible that Harriet buried her husband with this child. Harriet didn't pass away until 1895. Just wondering if you happened to find another marker near Thomas E Thompson? We hope to get down to the Aerl Cemetery sometime this year and try to do some research on our own.
Thanks again for taking the time to publish information on Find-A-Grave.
|Larry Bloom||Ethel Overman Powell|
Rick, Thank you so much for the photo. Your time and efforts are truly appreciated.
|Debbie Day||RE: Hill Cemetery|
The cemetery is at the end of a short lane/driveway that is right next to a house but I don't think it is owned by the people who live there. We visited the cemetery and had no trouble getting in and wandering around taking pictures. There were people out an around and no one stopped us or asked us to leave. Are you related to the Hills in this cemetery? If so, I'd love to exchange info. I'm related to Robert Hill's brother George Hill and Rosamond Welsh Hill's sister Mary "Polly" Welsh Hill.
|Gail Allen||RE: Naylors|
Of course, feel free to use the Naylor photos.
|Christina ||Mary McElroy|
I have added photos for the McElroys in the lot.
Sec U Lot 469
Sublot 2 Space 1 Viola McElroy d1950
Space 2 Ernest McElroy d1966
Sublot 3 Space 1 Mary McElroy d1983
Space 2 Samuel McElroy d1960
|Carol-Jeanne Brown Shaw||Mt. Pleasant Cemetery|
I will be going to this cemetery in June 2014. I will be pulling more headstones out of the woods and trying to piece them together. Hopefully I will find more of the originals. I found many headstone bases and footstones but there were no names on them. It appears that the trees were allowed to grow to full maturity around and in the original cemetery grounds. I am trying to find them and pull them out to the open area. Check the Find A Grave for this cemetery at the end of July to see if any more were added.
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