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1 Clergy: Alfred C. Elliott Family F2
2 Hamot Medical Center, Erie, PA Truitt, David Black (I2)
3 Lot 50, Section 10, Grave 3. w/ Blcnche M. Schow. Same
stone (Christy & Johnson) 
Christy, William Charles (I23)
4 Lucy Bucklin is identified on the 1855 NY Census as "mother" in relationship to Head. She is actually the mother of his wife, Sarah Ann Bucklin Family F57
5 Lucy E Pierson is listed as W D McGilvray. She was boarding with her 17 year old daughter and chose to identify using the initials of her deceased husband. All of the personal information listed is accurate for her. Pierson, Lucy E (I39)
6 Married at Holy Trinity Lutheran Church Family F1
7 Martha's marital status was misreported as 'widowed', it should read 'divorced' Schow, Martha Hansena (I7)
8 Name in Irish Marriage Records: Mary Anne Thompson
Name in US Census Records: Marion Pierson
Name on Headstone: Marian Pierson 
Thompson, Marian (I26)
9 Paid membership required Repository (REPO7)
10 Plot: section 9 lot 182 gr1 Schow, Herbert P (I22)
11 Same name as his father, but he never used the suffix Jr. Truitt, David Black (I2)
12 Section K Pierson, Donald James (I3)
13 Section K Brooks, Leola Evelyn (I4)
14 The Social Security Administration Death Master File contains information on millions of deceased individuals with United States social security numbers whose deaths were reported to the Social Security Administration. Birth years for the individuals listed range from 1875 to last year. Information in these records includes name, birth date, death date, and last known residence. Repository (REPO1)
15 This database contains information on about 8.3 million men and women who enlisted in the U.S. Army during World War II. While this database contains information on the majority of the men and women who served in the Army during this war, it is not complete and does not represent the entirety of the U.S. Army servicemen. Information found in this database comes from the WD AGO Form 317 (used from 1941-45), WD AGO Form 372 (used from 1945-46), and Enlisted Reserve Corps Statistical cards. Repository (REPO4)
16 This database picks up where the SSDI leaves off, with details such as birth date and parents? names extracted from information filed with the Social Security Administration through the application or claims process. Repository (REPO2)