|Corine Hardman (#47508288)|
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My research of family names include:|
Soccorsi, Ciampanella, Santolini, Lalli, & Lauri families - Colle, Arquata del Tronto, Ascoli Piceno, Marche Italy region and their descendants both in Italy and the US.
Pegley(Pagliari)- Italy and US
Hardman, Fortney, Sigley, Bolyard, Burgoyne in US.
My mother's relations are in and around Masontown, Preston, WV where apparently every one there is related by marriage.
My father's relations are in Preston County as well as Gilmer, Ritchie and Wood county.
I have based my information on here by cemetery books, WV vitals and family knowledge. If the Italian name is spelled one way when born, but changed to Americanize it, I put the American name on here with a note of the original spelling. Just because the birth certificate says one thing, when a person dies they could have changed their name-whether it is their first, middle and or last - it happens.
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|Alice~aka~Nana||RE: Doreen MacGillivray|
Doreen's sister, Peni, was my sister-in-law.
Thank you for the contribution of information. It has been added to the memorial with you listed as contributor.
|Jen Cromer||Crum Family Cemetery|
Hi! I stumbled upon the Crum Family Cemetery in my genealogy research. I know it's part of Names in Stone, but were you actually able to find it? I tried to look for it earlier today, but I may need to ask the quarry for permission to search a little deeper. Thanks in advance!
|Zelda||RE: Dominic Maniaci|
I'm so VERY sorry to bother you w/ adding a request; my time was limited, yesterday, and I just didn't have enough time to add Mrs. Anna's photo. (I apologize for not even sending you a note letting you know I'd add her photo, today.)
My photo does not do justice to the stained glass window in the room of Mr. and Mrs. Maniaci; it's simply breathtaking. Even on overcast days, the entire room is bathed in blue - just beautiful. :)
I'm adding Mrs. Anna's photo, now. :)
Added by Zelda on Nov 14, 2016 5:55 AM
|Denise||RE: Carolline Caputo DeVincentis|
Added by Denise on Oct 22, 2016 8:51 PM
|Diana Litton-Ford||RE: Jacob Andrew Wilson|
|Diana Litton-Ford||Jacob Andrew Wilson|
Is there a grave stone for him? Or can I get a idea where his grave is in the Davis Cemetery. He is my great grandfather. If a stone can you take a picture. Thank you, Diana
|Barbara Ann Baker||RE: Mittie Beatrice Adams|
Thanks, Corine. After I sent the e-mail, I realized that John, not Joshua, was Mittie's father.
|Longmont Genealogical Society||Frank Salisbury|
Thank you for your message. Correction has been made.
|Penny Pennington||RE: Grace Cassi Savage|
I don't think I have that information. I alway photo the whole plot, if there's a request, just incase there is a family member unknown or forgotten. I didn't spend much time in this cemetery but,I will go back and look at my fileand see if I can come up with more.
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