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Re: Apples of PA
Posted by: Tom Cagle (ID *****3360) Date: February 25, 2007 at 13:48:12
In Reply to: Re: Apples of PA by Sherrie Gibble of 745

The Apple and Stem families must have been very close in Saegertown. Not only did they marry they are also buried next to each other in the Saegertown Cemetery. If you are interested I can send you some photos of the various graves once the weather around here improves. Right now there is about 3 feet of snow so getting to the graves may be difficult.

I also know that the Apple family was very involved in ministry with some of them being Doctors of Divinity. There is one church in Saegertown, that has several stained glass windows commemorating members of the Apple family. One day I talked to the current minister to see if they had any records on the Apples, but unfortunatley being a small church, he said there are very few records from the past.

Do you know whow Charles B. Apple was? He was the second husband of one of my ancestors Anna L. Stem, marrying her in 1907. They moved to Cleveland Ohio where they are buried.


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