|Harriet (Nave) Clapper (#46975584)|
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I was born and raised in Bedford Co. I have been researching my family for the past 10 years. I married Jay Lloyd Clapper from Morrison's Cove. My mother was Anna Belle Deremer and my father is Raymond James Nave. Other surnames that I am researching are Cessna, O'Neal, Sollenberger, Teeter, Amick, Campbell.|
I started my research in 1999 and I now have over 70,000 names from Bedford County in it.
My stonewall is my great-great-great-grandfather Christian Nave. I have not been able to find out much about him. I think he may have come from Morrison's Cove. Last source I have is the 1823 tax list for Cumberland Vally. I have been trying to find his burial location for the past 10 years with no success. His wife was Barbara Miller. Her burial location along with her son Nicholas is also a mystery.
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|Robert Platt||Marilyn L. Burkett, ID. 71584585|
Marilyn L. Max Burkett, 66, of Buffalo Mills, died Saturday May 28, 2011 at her home. Born November 26, 1944, in Johnstown, PA; she was a daughter of the late Theodore and Beatrice (Trent) Lienhardt. She was also preceded in death by her husband, Robert Fuller Burkett in 1995. Survived by sons, Timothy L. Burkett and wife Vicki of Buffalo Mills, Daniel E. Burkett of Hyndman, 8 grandchildren, Delicia Harden, Matthew Burkett, Dorie Dobak, Danita Burkett, Michelle Taylor, Elyse LaRue, Michael Deter, and Brandon Burkett; 11 great grandchildren; brothers, Telford Lienhardt of Mich., Terry Lienhardt of FL; sisters, Marion Miller of Hollidaysburg and Martha Imler. Mrs. Burkett was a member of Bible Gospel Church. She enjoyed hunting, fishing, camping trips and watching NASCAR. Friends will be received at the Harvey H. Zeigler Funeral Home, Inc., 169 Clarence Street, Hyndman on Tuesday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. A funeral service will be conducted at Bible Gospel Church Hyndman Rd, Buffalo Mills, on Wednesday at 11 am with Rev. Fay Leydig officiating. Burial will follow at Milligans Cove Cemetery, Buffalo Mills. In lieu of flowers donations may be made to Hyndman Londonderry Public Library, PO Box 733, Hyndman, PA 15545.
Harvey H. Zeigler Funeral Home, May 29, 2011
|Stephen Smith||Find A Grave Memorial# 72897194|
Ms Clapper, First of all I'd like to thank you for that you do here on this site. I've been able to find much on my ancestors thanks to folks like you and I appreciate it!
I am curious on the above memorial however. It shows his wife twice and only 1 child (my ancestor ) on one while the remaining children are on what appears to be a duplicate (Elizabeth Bowser Ritchey). Hopefully, as you are way more experienced at this than I, you can shed some light on this for me.
Thank you in advance and may God bless you & yours,
|Benjamin Beecher Hetrick Jr.||mary keagy mem#9250270|
Mary Keagy nee teeter born june 6 1816 d.jan 1 1846 first wife of Abraham Keagy b.nov 15 1813 d.march 8 1888 Abraham is the son of Machine Abe Keagy b.june 30 1786.d.aug 23 1867. Mary's head stone may read 1846 not 1840. that would age her to 29yrs. Do you think that this is possible and that Mary is Abraham first wife. Would like to know what you think. Thank you Ben Hetrick, Machine Abe is my 3rd great grand father.
|Janet Welch||Nelgean Harkleroad Nave's Father|
William Brown Harkleroad
BIRTH 15 MAR 1899 Cowanshannock, Armstrong, Pennsylvania, USA
DEATH 09 FEB 1968 Ashland, Ashland. Ohio, USA
The obit said he was to buried in the Centerville Cemetery but there is no Find A Grave reference for him, nor for his wife Margaret that I can find. Do you have any information? Thanks for all your Find A Grave and Ancestry work Jan
|B. Felix||Arthur Hartle #124749602|
You have a few duplicates for Arthur.
These four should be deleted.
Added by B. Felix on Jan 18, 2017 9:33 AM
|Vicki||Margaret I Schetrompf Jay|
This memorial 158449183 is a duplicate of Margaret Imagean Schetrompf Jay 76855125. Will you please consider deleting it? Thank you.
Added by Vicki on Jan 17, 2017 3:26 PM
|Rose Gardner||John Cessna|
John Cessna 1692-1798 is my husband's six times gr. grandfather.
There is evidence that he was captured by the Indians but he and his son apparently escaped. There is a copy of his will which was written in 1793 and approved in 1796 and all of his children are listed. There is a family bible which states he was born in 1692 and died around 1798.
I thought you may want to research his death date further and correct his memorial.
|seeking family genealogy||Wrong cemetery|
Greetings! Will you please delete the memorial you have for Isabel Elder. I was correct when I informed you before she was laid to rest at the Trinity United Church of Christ cemetery aka Trinity Reformed aka Dry Ridge cemetery with all these three names in history. Which is about 4 miles up the road from the Dry Ridge aka St. James Lutheran cemetery. I posted pictures of her grave, which I photographed today. The grave lays below the Trinity United Church of Christ church on the right hand side near the bottom of the cemetery.
I have documentation you may be interested in. It is in regards to John's accidental death.
|seeking family genealogy||Mary Isabel "Isabel" Elder|
Please delete this memorial. There has been a big mistake in names on cemeteries with people on find a grave. This cemetery you mistakenly made a memorial for Mary Elder has been known as the St. James Lutheran and the Dry Ridge Cemetery on Glade Pike, Manns Choice, Pennsylvania. If you drive farther up the road you will come to what has been known in history as the Dry Ridge, the Trinity Reformed, and the Trinity United Church of Christ Church Cemetery. Many people of the younger generation think of the Dry Ridge Cemetery being the one you have placed this memorial in. When in fact it is the cemetery many know the cemetery mentioned as Dry Ridge is the Trinity United Church of Christ on find a grave. If you go to the Trinity United Church of Christ on find a grave you will find a memorial with photograph of the headstone for Mary Isabel Elder. I hope you comply so it helps other researchers seeking their family. Blessings!
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