I believe we have corresponded before.I had some contact with you about our ancesters but seem to have misplaced the info or lost it on my computer.I just got a little time to again sign on to this site.I of course am the grandson of Frank Rundell (Francis Newton Rundell)whose parents were Jesse Rundell and Mary Jane Thompson Amidon Rundell.I would be very interested to know where Jesse and Mary Jane are buried and who their parents were.I am just beginning to get into researching this branch of the family.We were in Clymer a couple of weeks ago and found the graves of Elmer E. Rundell (1873-1958) the brother of Frank and Milton and also a younger Elmer E. Rundell (1893-1927) The younger Elmer was apparently the son of Francis N. Rundell(Frank) and a Florence Rundell who was apparently his first wife.Young Elmer was apparently in the First World War as his grave is marked with "Co C 312 Reg 78 Div AEF". I never before heard anyone speak of this young Elmer. He would have been my fathers half brother so seems strange unless he was a "Black Sheep" of the family. Couldn't find any more familiar gravestones although there were a couple of Amidon stones but didn't seem to relate to anyone I had knowledge of. Very fascinating stuff trying to find "needles in a haystack".There doesn't seem to be anyone still alive who knows much about more distant relatives or who is buried where so I need to latch onto any little bit of info I can find.