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From: "Theresa" <>
Subject: Re: [PA] How do I proceed? I am stuck
Date: Sat, 14 Jan 2006 08:07:00 -0500
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Try checking with the cemetery where she is burried to see if they have her
obit. That might tell you if her husband was alive or not when she died. I
did that with one uncle when I sent for his cemetery records and they told
me they had his obit.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Anna's Genealogy" <>
To: <>
Sent: Friday, January 13, 2006 4:32 PM
Subject: [PA] How do I proceed? I am stuck


> Hi,
>
> I have two brick walls. Without dates, I cannot order birth or death
> certificates, I don't even know what county or town they were born in.
> Only found both in 1 census. Any suggestions on how to find more info on
> the following 2 individuals?
>
> Sylvester Horne was born in 1907 in North Carolina according to the 1930
> census (which lists him as Hane rather than Horne in Ancestry). He was
> married to Betty Lee McKinnion. According to one family member, Sylvester
> was unliked, so noone knows if he died in NC or he went to Philadelphia
> PA. I called Eden Cemetery, the cemetery his daughter is buried at and
> there is no record of him being buried there.
>
> Betty L. McKinnion Horne was born in 1908 in North Carolina according to
> the 1930 census (Also listed under Hane). I did find out by calling the
> cemetery where her daughter was buried that she died 9 Feb 1967 in
> Philadelphia, PA. She was buried in Eden Cemetery. I have ordered her
> death certificate but am still waiting for it to come in.
>
> Any information that anyone can provide would be greatly appreciated.
>
> Anna Adams
>
>
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