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T. Heasley (#48093721)
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Bio Photo Hello fellow researchers!
I currently live in Butler County, Pennsylvania. I began researching our family lines as a gift for our children. My husband and I have now been researching for the past 20+ years and now have over 10,000 names in our family database. Some of the family names are: Atkins, Callahan, Calvin, Caylor, Cook, Copenhaver, D'Arcangelo/Darcangelo, Daugherty, Eck, Ewing, Geibel, Geist/Guist, Heasley, McGrady, Montag, Oesterling, Pizer, Reott/Riott, Ritzert, Schnur, Schuler/Shuler, Spahn/Spohn, Swigart, Taylor, Trimbur, and Walters.
I have been through my share of frustrations while researching. I hope by contributing to this site that I can make researching easier for someone.

***Please use the edit tab on the memorial to send a correction or suggestion so that I know what memorial you are referring to. When it is on my Bio page it is much harder to find.

***Transfer requests should be for direct relatives within four generations. This would be your siblings, parents, grandparents, great-grandparents, children, grandchildren, and great-grandchildren.

If ever you feel I have made a mistake with a photo I have uploaded for you, please feel free to contact me directly via e-mail. Happy hunting!
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Julie Ballard
Reinhold J. Dally Sr.
Thank you so much for updating his biography and for transferring him to me. I appreciate it!
Added by Julie Ballard on Feb 13, 2017 3:00 PM
Clifford Zang
Thank you for updating his memorial.
Added by Lavelle on Feb 06, 2017 10:49 PM
Spohn, Bertha Eckles
Spohn, Bertha Eckles
Jan. 5, 1887 - Dec. 4, 1918

Should her surname be spelled Sphon? That's how it is on her husband's tombstone.
Added by TRAIL on Dec 18, 2016 4:11 PM
Judith Bandsma
Jessie Bowser Purvis
I see you have a picture of my great grandmother's headstone. I added a picture of her and Sam Purvis, her husband.

Have you ever run across any info of a daughter, Leona V. Purvis? She was fraternal twin to Merle Purvis, born in 1904. We found her on the 1910 census record but can find nothing after that.
Added by Judith Bandsma on Nov 02, 2016 2:03 PM
Jeff Mason
Re: Gravestone Photo of John Brenneman
Thank you so much for the gravestone of John Brenneman.
Added by Jeff Mason on Oct 11, 2016 8:08 PM
Kathy Lamont
Elizabeth Riggle Spang
Dear T Heasley,

Thank you for taking to the of my 4x great aunts grave marker.

Kathy Lamont
Added by Kathy Lamont on Oct 03, 2016 3:35 PM
Charles Patterson
William Gearhart
Hello and many thanks for your time and wonderful photo, it is very much appreciated.

Charles Patterson
Added by Charles Patterson on Sep 15, 2016 8:43 AM
Diane Clark Smith
RE: Thomas Paxton & wife
Thank you so much. I will create the memorial. It does seem strange the sexton did not know a Rev. war vet burial. He died in 1851 his wife in 1820. An unreadable stone would be a reason there is no memorial as soem of the volunteers just went through and created memorials for people with stones.

Do you think this grave was part of the Paxton lot?

I can also contact the Historical society and ask them. I know they do celebrations of military veterans. I think they are preparing for a Civil War celebration of vets coming up soon.

Added by Diane Clark Smith on Sep 11, 2016 1:11 PM
Diane Clark Smith
RE: Thomas Paxton & wife
I will add Thomas Paxton, Jr. then and his wife Jane Crawford. Then begin linking in the children. I know where many of their children are buried. Does that sound okay to you?

Thank you so much for taking the extra look around and creating memorials for the stones you found. Ther are 10 or 12 children in the older families so it seems they are never done. This Thomas Paxton is one of my 4g grandfathers. His daughter married a Clark but remained in Washington County. thomas moved to Springfield township between 1800- 1810 census. He is a Revolutionary Vet. so it is hard to imagine no burial recognition.

Thank you for your trouble.
Diane Clark Smith
Seattle, WA
Added by Diane Clark Smith on Sep 10, 2016 2:37 PM
Rachel McGraw
Thank you very much!
Added by Linda on Sep 10, 2016 1:19 PM
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