|Mary K.. Gummo/Sullivan (#47109975)|
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I have been during genealogy for over 40 years and anyway I can help others, I would love too.|
I would like too personally Thank each & everyone that has helped me along the way with family lines in Clinton Co., & Centre Co., PA.
I wished I could thank you personally for all you have contributed in tombstones, Pictures & Obits too help me here on findagrave too help others find their roots
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|Storres Myers||RE: Porter, Robert|
I sent the bio through the edit function. You might have to change the spacing between paragraphs. It is a long bio and has a lot of information about other family members.--Storres
|I Love Genealogy||Rachel Gummo Hayes FAG NO. 94927954|
Rachel Gummo Hayes Find A Grave NO. 94927954
I see on her burial it is listed as unknown, or lost. Her death certificate, obituary, and cemetery record all show she was buried at Cedar Hill Cemetery.
Here is her obituary if you'd like it to add. Hope this was helpful. I will also add this info in your Find A Grave messages, just in the case that you miss the Find A Grave email they send for these edits.
The Clinton County Times, Fri., July 28, 1916.
Death has again robbed us of one of our best citizens in the person of Mrs. F. E. Hayes, who died last Friday night, July 21st at the age of nearly 65 years. Her funeral occurred the following Tuesday morning. Interment was made on beautiful Cedar Hill cemetery. The funeral services at the house and at the grave were conducted by Rev. W. B. Cook from Salona. The undertaker was Russell Krape, assisted by the following friends as pallbearers: Messrs. J. E. Furst, C. W. Taylor, William Tobias, E. Vonada, J. C. Billett, and H. W. Worrick. Mrs. Rachel Hayes was the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Gummo, deceased, and an amiable lady all her life. She was a consistent member of the M. E. congregation; was not extremely talkative but entertaining, and when she had anything to say to and for her friends she said nothing disparaging. Her life should be emulated by all. Surviving her is her husband, best known as Essic, son John and daughters, Mrs. Sell Sweeley, and Miss Grace, at home. Also four brothers, Messrs. John, George, Albert, and Joseph Gummo. Mr. Hays and family feel very grateful to their many kind neighbors for help given during several months sickness and her death.
Cedar Hill Cemetery
F. Essig 1834 1918
Rachel M. 1851 1916
Mary Ann d 9-15-1871 23y 2m 14d w/o F. E. Hays & d/o J. H. & E. Porter
|ASmith||Peter Anthony Colabine|
Hello, my name is Amy Smith. Ella Mae Colabine Gummo was my Great-Great Grandmother. Do you have any further information on her father, Peter Anthony Colabine? or her mother? I am working on a family tree project with my daughter for a high school class and I am stuck at Peter.
Thank you so much.
Added by ASmith on May 01, 2017 8:02 AM
|Rebecca Boardman||RE: Allison, Sallie|
Only 4 photos are allowed on each memorial. This newspaper item is copied in 4 photos so there is not enough room.
|Rebecca Boardman||RE: Allison, Sallie|
I have a long newspaper story about Sallie from 1950. Would you like me to send a copy?
|I Love Genealogy||Michael Stout FAG NO. 171781102|
Hello, You sent me this obit to add to Michael Stout's page, and I am somewhat confused. It is dated for 1881, and states he was born in 1804. Is this the same man that I made the grave for? Seems this one was born 1869 and died in 1896. Let me know please what you'd like me to do with this obituary you sent. Thanks so much.
Renovo Record, Renovo,Pa - OBITUARIES
Issue of June 9,1881:
"DEATH OF AN OLD CITIZEN.
Mr MICHAEL STOUT d. very suddenly at his residence near the mouth of
Drurys Run Friday mornings. Though his health had been declining for some months past, on morning og his death he arose early, ate a hearty meal & visited a near neighbor.
Between 8 & 9 oo. he returned home feeling very sick & died within 20 minuntes after reaching home.
-The deceased was born in Nolten Twp, N.J. 12-15-1804 & would have been 77yrs had he lived to next birthday. At age of 9 came with his parents to Pine Creek where they lived 7 yrs, thence up river & settled short distance below this place, thence to Drury's Run where he spent 47yrs of
his life'. . . always engaged in lumbering. . A man of unusual energy & sterling character. . large funeral on Sunday
. . Services by Rev J D Cook, in Pres. Church. Friends came from great distance... Dec*d leaves four sons! five daus. all of whom reside in various parts of the union. . . .
A couple of years ago you created memorials for three McDonald's in the Drain-Yoncalla Masonic Cemetery. I was wondering if there are any more McDonald's buried there and if you would please take photos of their headstones. The names I am looking for specifically are Jake, Andrew and Tabatha. I am told by a family member that is searching for them that Tabatha is buried by the Virgin Mary.
Thanks for your help.
Hi Mary K, No relation to the Ammermans. Best wishes for the Holiday. Sincerely, PE
|beegolden||Johann Daniel Turney Updates|
I've been in contact with Jerusalem West Salisbury Church and the suggestion that Johann Daniel is buried there is correct. I now have more information including tombstone pictures of some of the Dorney family (as they were known) that I'd like to share with you. I've also sent an email to you to the address shown here on Find A Grave. Hope to hear from you soon.
|Art Parker||RE: Jarrett's|
Yes, we're related to the Jarrett family by marriage ... through Nola (Waltman) Jarrett's older sister Hettie (Waltman) Farley Updegraff Haines, 1894-1971.
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