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NANCY McFerren - SNOW HILL CEMETERY, FRANKLIN, PA
Posted by: PATRICIA M (PATTY) MCFERREN-BLANTON (ID *****6023) Date: October 15, 2010 at 10:38:52
In Reply to: McFerren of Mont Alto/Quincy, Franklin County, PA by Loretta Layman of 41

PETER MCFERREN (1812-1898) IS BURIED AT SNOW HILL.

ANOTHER WEB SITE: http://genforum.genealogy.com/mcferren/messages/6.html

SAYS:

McFerrens buried in the Snow Hill Nunnery Graveyard, Quincy:
Peter 12 May 1832 - 11 Dec 1898
Peter, husband of Nancy Kieffer [b. May 13 1812] d. 11 Dec 1898 at 86 y 6 m 29 d (G.A.R. marker)
Nancy [b. 2 Sep 1815] d. 11 May 1900 at 84 y 8 m 9 d

Your site shows the headstone for Peter McFerren. But I have had no luck finding NANCY KEIFFER MCFERREN (2 Sep 1815 - 11 May 1900).

Was she buried in the same plot as her (possibly estranged husband), Peter McFerren? The 1880 Census show them both as "widowed/divorced" living with two different children (a son in PA and a daughter in Ohio).

Please RSVP to: MIDDLEFORK2846@GMAIL.COM

Many, many thanks! And God bless you for all you are doing to help people find their loved ones.

Patty McFerren-Blanton


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