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|Gina Jean||RE: Incorrect photo|
Thanks for catching that. I appreciate it.
|Mary Achterhof||Find A Grave Memorial# 53670146|
I found this article about this ladies murder. You may add to the memorial if you wish.
Article appears in the Abilene Daily Reflector, Abilene, Kansas, Friday, 21June 1889 reads...
Omaha, Nebraska, June 21 - A Bee Special from Elgin, Nebraska, says: "About midnight last night a man named Hick Folly shot and killed Mrs. Pomeroy Clark, residing three miles northeast of this place and slightly wounded her husband. Folly was in love with Miss Effie Riggs, a sister of Mrs. Clark, but she rejected his attentions. About midnight he entered the house and meeting Mrs. Clark shot him in the side. Clark threw him down stairs. Procuring a ladder he climbed up to the chamber window and shot Mrs. Clark through the head. He then fired several more shots at Clark and Miss Riggs without effect and going to the stable took a valuable mare and fled. A posse of citizens is after him and he will probably be lynched if caught."
|Glen Swartz||RE: FAG # 27617716|
I've updated the memorial as follows.
Mich'l Warner, one of the New Levies in Westmoreland County, PA, served as a Frontier Ranger during the American Revolution, ca. 1781 (PA Arch, Ser.3, vol.23, p252).
There is no indication he served the entire period of 1778-1783
|Neil D Scheidt||Declined records|
The manager of this person's memorial refuses to display this information stating it does not pertain to his memorial. As you are a descendant I submit for your attention.
Source: The Statues at Large of Pennsylvania, Harrisburg PA, 1911 LAWS PASSED SESSION 1832-1833 HARRISBURG PA. GEORGE WOLF, Governor The State Treasurer is hereby authorized to pay to MICHAEL WARNER of York,, soldier of the revolution, forty dollars to each immediately and an annuity of forty dollars, to each during life, payable half yearly, to commence on the 1 Jan 1833.
NSSAR Patriot & Grave RecordAncestor # P-313714 Pension S41298 PA Private Birth 7/14/1763 Death 9/22/1846 Spouse(s)Elizabeth Rhodes 1775 - 1848 Mary Ruggles Cemetery Hoffman Luth Church Cem County Westmoreland StatePACitySmithtonState of Service Michael WARNER QualityCitationGrave Registry form. National Society Sons of the American Revolution (SAR)Pension S41298
- Neil D Scheidt
Added: Feb. 1, 2017
|Neil D Scheidt||MICHAEL WARNER 27617716|
See my notes for his memorial
|dhutson||RE: infant Earp|
Thanks for verifying, I have updated the memorial
Added by dhutson on Oct 24, 2016 5:53 AM
Thanks for your edit request for infant Earp #151836926. I did a search on ancestry and found a death index that I have now attached but the dates are off from your edit. What is your source? This death index seems to match except cemetery says ....enderson cem, maybe they meant Henderson Cty which is near Warren County??
Let me know and I'll add more info.
Added by dhutson on Oct 23, 2016 9:17 AM
|Grave_Walker||Edit request issue|
I will need some documented source info from you before I can link them as parents as I can find nothing to show me these are his parents. Are you related? Will wait to hear from you. TY
J. W. Locke - 130209419
Sent by: Ben Worden
Oct 07, 2016 12:56 PM
B. M. Locke
(1874 - 1944)
Agnes Gertrude Young Lock
(1867 - 1920)
|Kathryn ||Margaret McConlogue|
I got notice that there was a photo of the headstone, but it is not there. Some problem with attaching it? Thought you'd want to know. Kathy
Added by Kathryn on Jul 15, 2016 7:42 AM
|Jeff Phillips||RE: James Patrick Padden - Grady|
We can do that, give me a couple days.
Here is a link for what I have been doing when I don't find a stone.
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