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Find-A-Grave serves two important purposes. First, it provides a memorial for a person who has passed from this earthly existence into eternity. It is a way to remember that person and all that was so wonderful about him or her. Second, it provides information to family members about their relatives. This is especially important the farther one goes back in the generations, because our familiarity with these people declines as our distance from them increases.|
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|Sandy Boyd||RE: Corpora Howard Mahlon Brown Grave Photo|
I removed the picture that I posted--yours was much better! As for getting a picture of the rest of his family, I live more than an hour away from the cemetery and have no plans to return any time soon. My grandparents are buried there--it was the first time since they passed (around 2003) that I have been there. Sorry. You could always request photos. I do know that the office will not give a stranger the lot/plot number--they asked me for ID for my grandparents. Once I found where they were, I just walked around the cemetery taking photos--mostly of veteran markers. I would have no idea where your relatives are located.
|Sandy Boyd||RE: Howard Brown|
Sorry, I don't have any info. I like to take pictures, doing research, not so much. Please don't hesitate to ask for any memorials----very few are of my family.
|Dan Oh||RE: Phebe Aerson Bantom # 61482734|
It was the publication date. I clarified it on the caption.
Added by Dan Oh on Oct 14, 2017 7:05 PM
|SusanE||Millikens in Eastport|
I am not related, but I guess you could say that I try to treat everyone I add to Findagave as a family member. It gives me extra incentive not to leave anything out! Susan
Added by SusanE on Oct 11, 2017 11:10 AM
|Michael Milliken||East Harrisburg Cemetery|
Thanks for the info about the Emma (Grissinger) Brownewell memorial. Reading handwriting on the death certificates can sometimes be challenging as well as seeing incorrect information on what's supposed to be a primary source of info. I have not been able to find a death record for her husband either, but I've added a note to her memorial about him. I appreciate your input.
Added by Lin on Oct 10, 2017 1:10 PM
|F. G. Joy||Goldsberry-Paxton|
Thanks to your contribution to Mary Goldsberry's memorial. I apologize for the delay in making the addition to her memorial page, but it is finally done. Thanks again!
If any more please just request and I will send them over!
|JT Swisher||RE: Madalen Egick|
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"John Andrew Egick married my husband's maternal aunt. I am unable to open his PA Death Certificate to see if his parents' names are listed. I will have to get back to you later."
Yes John's Death Certificate list Andrew and Magdalene Gusick Egick as his parents. So are you saying that your husband is related to Magdalene Gusick? There is a snag in the Gusick line in that there were two Magdalene Gusick's. One was the widow of Gusick. The other came at age 16 with her brother 11 to the Port of Philadelphia. They went to live with her mother's brother Mickael Kouer in Shamokin, Pa. But TWO families are claiming the Philadelphia Ship's Manifest as their relative. The widow Madalene Gusick did not arrive in Philadelphia.
Not sure if any of this is of interest to you. But you have a couple of tips if you are looking into the Gusick root. Blessings to you. Jean, West Chester, Pa.
Who can't use more friends!?! :) Thanks!
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