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Most of my research is in Northeast Pennsylvania.|
If you find someone that you are related to for a page I created, let me know. In most cases, if I am not related to the person, I would be glad to transfer it to you.
If you are within the 4 generations (great grandparents, grandparents, parents), I will definitely transfer them unless they are my ancestors.
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|Mary(Coggin)Russell||Bruce George Photo|
Thanks for trying to locate the grave. Nice of you to try and I have reported your findings on the memorial.
|Glotfelty||RE: james B Walter/Lydia A walter|
Interesting. James and Lydia are definitely the parents of Ben, Robert,Earl, and Lydia. I am guessing that "Leah" is the person that we refer to as "Aunt Lydia". I had not pursued her fate, now I think this is her, but I will have to research it further. Ben, Earl, and Robert (and their families) are buried in the same cemetery as James and Lydia. You may want to add them to James and Lydia's posting. Any idea where Lydia/Leah is buried?
|Glotfelty||james B Walter/Lydia A walter|
I believe that there is an error in James and Lydia's entry from Milwalkee Cemetary. I believe their children were Ben, Lydia, Robert, and Earl. Earl was my husband's Great grandfather. The unknown daughter could be Lydia, although I will have to research that further to be sure. I don't know anything about Leah Walter Phillippi, although I would be curious for more info, maybe she is a lost sister???
|Pat Pece||Find A Grave Memorial# 73449722|
I suggested a birth date for editing...calculated age at death from date of death. Jan 7, 1773
Added by Pat Pece on Feb 11, 2017 11:19 AM
|Donna Meridieth||Carrie and Maggie Decker|
Thank you so much for the photo of the headstone, it is nice to bring one more daughter into the family.
Always, Donna Meridieth
|bstahl||Newton Ranson Genealogy Website|
Thanks for the tip - I'll be checking it out!
Added by bstahl on Jul 05, 2016 10:56 AM
|CATHERINE CAMPBELL||RE: Hannah Stark Worden Campbell|
Sorry that info is incorrect, qliches in my software have been changing my info from Ancestry.
Hanna Stark Worden is buried in the West Pittston Cemetary, Luzerne PA. Hanna is my 3rd GGrandmother. She died in 1832. Her husband Brook is buried in Randsom.
If you have info on the Campbell side I would be most grateful, I ave been stuck on the linne for awhile.
|bstahl||Silas & Catharin Decker|
Thank you so much for the marker photos - I truly appreciate your time and trouble!
Added by bstahl on Jul 04, 2016 3:09 PM
|bstahl||Carrie Decker & Celinda Van Campen|
Thank you very much for the transfers - I truly appreciate the kindness!
Added by bstahl on May 22, 2016 7:36 PM
Thanks so much for the Newton Cemetery grave pics you uploaded today!
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