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Carl and Judi (#47928426)
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Doris Hartman
RE: Whitaker at Franklin
You are welcome. I added Albert and some other Whitakers, too. Some of the headstones were almost unreadable and half buried in snow, so I didn't get them, just William S. We have a few inches but nothing like like last year.
Added by Doris Hartman on Jan 21, 2016 3:17 AM
JAMartin66
RE: Mary Westbrook at Acacia
Judy, Thanks for getting back with me. Mary G Westbrook's maiden name is uncertain to me for sure. She is the wife of my 2nd cousin 1x removed. I found birth certificates for two of her children, and they are spelled differently from what you found. I have Maturen and Maturean. Your call. We can get in close now, and get right with more research. Regards, Jim
Added by JAMartin66 on Dec 30, 2015 11:06 AM
Doris Hartman
RE: Heckathorn Cemetery
Chuck's boss in Longview, WA (phone company) was a Sadler, so I've wanted to take Sadler pictures there. I thought I took all the Perry pictures once before, but I found more. Some stones there are unreadable. I depend on the book some, but it's not complete or completely right.
Added by Doris Hartman on Oct 29, 2015 12:21 PM
CABrown
RE: Lulu Confer at Heckathorn
I couldn't open what my cousin sent me, as it was on Ancestry and I'm not a member, so it wouldn't let me. It was in the Oil City Derrick. Actually, if someone had bothered to mention that Myrtle had remarried, that probably would have solved my problem. But it didn't sound like that's what was mentioned in the obit. My cousin has done considerable research on our side of the family, so I go by what she says. I will go ahead and link Lulu and Myrtle. But it sounds like someone needs to update Myrtle's page.

http://www.thederrick.com/search/?t=article&nsa=eedition&q=Lulu++Confer

I had found that Ross but he was married to an Emma. Have you tried to have him linked to Myrtle yet?
Added by CABrown on Oct 26, 2015 5:15 AM
CABrown
RE: Lulu Confer at Heckathorn
I am relying on info from my cousin that has done extensive research on the Confer family (our maternal grandmother was a Confer) She has the obit. If you have info backing up your claim, you could send me a copy or a link. Thanks
Added by CABrown on Oct 24, 2015 5:32 AM
Cindy Ruditis
Heckathorne's
I am sorry, the memorials in Sunset Hill Memorial Gardens for PFC Ray Heckathorne b 1919 d 1962
and Raymond L Heckathorne b 1898 d 1954. Appear to be father and son. There is also a younger Ray Heckathorne. Please let me know which one is a duplicate. Thank you. The markers are all different.
Cindy
Added by Cindy Ruditis on Sep 13, 2015 4:33 PM
Michael Cannon
RE: Smith at Grove Hill
You're welcome, I wish I could have done a little better, but the stone's in pretty bad shape. His wife is buried beside him and I did photograph her stone.
Added by Michael Cannon on Sep 12, 2015 5:59 PM
Debra Richards (Irishgirl355)
RE: Ingendorf at Knollwood
You are so welcome. I took the photo of her husband's marker also if you want it. They were both buried under a lot of grass. Took me awhile to find them and clear the stones.
Added by Debra Richards (Irishgirl... on Jul 18, 2015 3:29 PM
Cashline
RE: Simcox at Oakwood
You're welcome! I found several of the requests that were outstanding at Oakwood. Unfortunately there are a few left. I also found some of them at Sacred Heart but when I got home some of my pictures had disappeared from my camera! I'll try to head back soon and find them again!
Laurie
Added by Cashline on Jul 10, 2015 8:38 PM
LAB
Pvt Wm Campbell - Locust Grove
Wondering if you have the correct William Campbell? PA Veteran Burial Card lists:

Name: William Campbell
Birth Date: 1857 [???]
Age: 65
Death Date: 27 Mar 1922
Military Branch: Army
Veteran of Which War: U.S. Civil War
Registration County: Beaver
Served: Oct 28 1861 - Oct 17 1863
Cemetery Name: Locust Grove Cemetery
Cemetery Location: Ellwood City, Beaver Co, Pennsylvania
Not sure what to think. Too bad grave marker only lists service years. Thanks, Lynn
Added by LAB on Jul 07, 2015 7:30 PM
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