Oh Geeze, this can be confusing. I made a point of responding because a little care can go a long way. I have actually vistited the grave of the WIlliam I. Elwood who Karen mentions. He is not buried at Apollo Cemetary. He is actually buried near Indiana, PA. in a very rural cemetary. This is a very important distinction because that WIlliam I. Elwood is actually a descendant of our second generation William Elwood who settled near Punxatawny, PA. The William Elwood who is buried at Apollo Cemetary, is actually a descendant of our second generation acestor John Elwood. I am not positive but I believe his middle initial is J, on his tombstone. I could very easily be mistaken, but the next time I go down that way, I will stop in at Apollo Cemetary and check it out. I love being able to sort things like this out, makes me feel like I'm adding something. Just blows my mind that you have done so much good work on preserving our history, Bob.
Last Sunday I attended services at Poke Run Presbyterian Church. Its the first time I got up the nerve to go to Church there. It was actually a very good thing for me. Very uplifting.