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From: Al Lenkner <>
Subject: Re: [ALL] Burdine, Essen, Federal Mines
Date: Mon, 14 Apr 2008 19:25:14 -0400
I checked with the Feds with no luck and the only thing with the
Bodine name that doesn't walk is an oil well near Petrolia, PA, too
far distant for your use. Doing a search in Google took me
to http://patheoldminer.rootsweb.ancestry.com/allindexe.html which
basically called it Essen NO. 3 Mine, Burdine, Allegheny Co.,
PA. The only thing it really says is that it's not too far from
Bridgeville or it would be in Washington County. If I can find
anything else, I'll let you know.
At 11:13 AM 4/14/2008, you wrote:
>In a message dated 4/14/2008 3:06:28 A.M. Eastern Daylight Time,
>Burdine, Essen, Federal Mines
>I was hoping for a little help locating a cemetery known as Rosevale. Up to
>about 1910 Presto was called Rosevale and I have many death notices listing
>Rosevale cemetery, but cannot find Rosevale cemetery. I called St Barbara's
>and was told that their cemetery was never called Rosevale, so does anyone
>know of another cemetery in that area.
>Where exactly was Burdine, I know it was in Collier twp, but was it along
>Thom's Run road?
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