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|Jeff247||RE: Hills at Hillside Cemetery|
You're welcome. I just added Pam's photos.
Added by Jeff247 on May 16, 2017 8:43 AM
|Phil S||RE: Coolidges at Riverside|
You're very welcome, glad to help.
Added by Phil S on May 14, 2017 10:53 AM
|Karen O||RE: Roxbury's at Harmony|
The Roxburys were on my photo request list under Harmony Cemetery in Harrisville, PA (also in Butler County, but about 35 miles to the north). But, I couldn't find them there. It's not likely that they are buried at Harmony Cemetery in Harmony, PA, since it's my understanding that no one has been buried there since 1800s (historic landmark). It's also unlikely that they are buried at the Harmony Mennonite Cemetery (they don't appear on the list of decedents). Those are the only 2 cemeteries in the Harmony/Zelienople area that I'm aware of with the name Harmony in them. I would suggest that you call a municipal authority, or a funeral home, in that area to see if 'the locals' call a certain cemetery by that name. Perhaps, there's another I'm not aware of. If you can find the right cemetery, I will go and take the pictures.
Added by Karen O on Apr 20, 2017 8:30 AM
|rex heckathorn||missing Heckathorn family members|
to whom it may concern
my great great grandfather christopher c heckathorn had two sons great uncle fred and my great grandfather clyde ellsworth who was married to laura s (kay)heckathorn who in return had the following children ellsworth heckathorn ferdinand c heckathorn (my grandfather) dora (heckathorn) neal james an martha who died at a young age then great aunt lucille who was shot at age 15 there is a lot more that i know if you would like to contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org my name is rex l heckathorn
|F J Stanley||RE: Boggs & Smith Photos|
You're very welcome, and thank YOU for getting so many of our people properly recorded, yourself. I've been doing research off and on for decades, and am trying to get it "out there" for posterity. I have specialized in the Andrew & Elizabeth (Heckathorn) Standley descendants (they're gt-gt-gt grandparents of mine, and I guess I'm guilty of "surname bias"!). From what I can tell, you're descended from one of Elizabeth's little brothers - so a 4th cousin of my late father (once removed, to me).
I'm particularly happy to get that photo of Jane (Standley) Smith's headstone out there, because her family moved to Nebraska right after she died. I figure most descendants researching her may not have the opportunity to actually visit. Her headstone is right next to Andrew & Elizabeth's. It's only a mile or two off an interstate exit, so I stop by when I occasionally travel in that area (which is usually for genealogy anyway).
All the photos I have added pertain to you (so far). They're all either "A&E" descendants, or their spouses. I didn't realize I was up to 33 at this point (gee!). I'm just filling in with what I happened to take years ago on various trips down to PA. I have older ones too, but they're from before I went digital, so they're in boxes somewhere (not computer files) and so will take some digging.
I'd say my Ann (Standley) McCormick photo is more significant that the Mary Boggs one, since she's another child of A&E, while Boggs is a grandchild. At this point, the only photos missing for A&E's children are for A J, Rachel, and Josephus. Josephus doesn't have one (I haven't been to NE, but that what his page says). Rachel is supposed to be buried in Harlansburg, PA, but I haven't located the exact spot. She probably doesn't have a headstone either (I'd do a Find A Grave page for her, but I'm not 100% sure of which cemetery she's in). I know I took a picture of A J's headstone long ago, but that's probably non-digital and so may take a while to surface.
I think I count 5 photos for A&E grandchildren, including Mary (Young) Boggs. I have more available for the next generation in Mary's cemetery that I haven't gotten too.
On a final note, it seems like genealogy is in the genes of Heckathorn descendants! Compared to other branches of my tree it just seems like they are everywhere! Maybe it's just that they were so darned prolific! Anyway, nice hearing from you, and Happy Hunting!
|Joyce Pereira||RE: Mary O Souza in CA|
Hi Judi - Thanks for checking up on the mother & father relationship for Mary O Souza. Mary was my husband's aunt, and he can confirm that his grandparents are Joseph & Candida. I have names of other family members if this would be useful. Joseph & Candida had five children and two of these are still living. Mary was also married to a Joseph (Joe) and had three children, one is still living.
|Rich Vance||Inez Komula|
Hi Carl & Judi,
Do you know if your Great-Aunt Inez had a son named ---> William Pofs (1925-1969)?
If that's correct, should I link him?
You left a Message on Paul Neely saying Distant Cousin
Well he would have been my Great Grandfather.
His daughters are Barbara Abbott and
My Grandmother was Joyce Neely ( She just passed away this April)
I am currently following the neely line and seeing where we came From. Didn't know if you had any information- What is the cousin line?
So Far I have
Paul H Neely had a Brother named Willis J Neely
their Father was Willis L Neely 1884 he was married to Maude Heckathorn in 1904
Willis L Neely's Father was Webster Winfield Neely who was Married to Maggie Keister Morrow
Webster's Father was Hesikiah Neely who was married to Mary Ann Davis
Hesikiah's father was John Paul Neely 1793 who was married to Mary anna berlin
John Paul Neely's Father was John Paul Ivan Neely (Naly/Neleigh/Nelich) 1759 who was Married to Veronica Frances Shupe
John Paul Ivan's Father was Nicholas Neligh who was born in wuerttemburg germany 1730
Nicholas's father was John Fredrick 1705 Germany
I know I send you alot!
I always thought we were Irish but Everything is linking back to Germany
Added by Brenda on Jul 16, 2016 6:01 PM
|JoAnne Brown||RE: Wasser at Mercer Citizens Cemetery|
It just so happens that we took a photo of her husband while we were there today. I have uploaded it as well. They are in the moseleum which is locked unless you call (or know someone who has a key as we did). I noticed he was missing a photo. If you look at the photo of the inside, they are on the top row on the left side just where the wall beam sticks out a bit. She is the last before the beam and he is just before her on her left. My Dad, my sisters and I tried to find as many as we could today. We were happy to contribute.
|TONYA BRIND PORTER||LUCY STEWART HOSMER|
HI , I AM FROM PORTAGE COUNTY OHIO, I CAN TELL YOU WHERE THE GRAVE FOR LUCY STEWART HOSMER PROBABLY IS ,I THOUGHT I HAD TAKEN A PICTURE OF IT WHILE I WAS TAKING PHOTOS OF MY FAMILY WHICH JUST SO HAPPEN TO BE THE STEWART AND BRINDS IN THE EDINBURG CEMETERY ! WHEN YOU ENTER THE CEM. ON THE RIGHT SIDE DRIVE NEAREST THE FREEWAY, FOLLOW THE ROAD AS IF YOU ARE EXITING THE CEM. IT IS AN U SHAPED DRIVE, WHEN THE ROAD STRAIGHTENS STOP AT THE FIRST TREE ON LEFT BRIND, STEWART, HOSMERS ARE IN THIS AREA IT SHOULD ACTUALLY BE IN THE ROW UNDER THE MAPLE TREE, IF IT ISN'T FOUND ,I WILL BE GOING INTO OHIO IN JULY, I WILL GET THE PHOTO THEN
HOPE THIS IS OF HELP FOR YOU.
TONYA BRIND PORTER
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