States: Pennsylvania: Crawford
Just a couple of quick things. Geneva Cemetery is a small country cemetery. It isn't the kind of cemetery with a business office. You might need to track down the caretaker for the cemetery; the VA office at the court house usually has a caretaker or contact person for county cemeteries. (We have over 350 cemeteries in the county, some large but many very small.)
By immigration records, are you looking for ship passenger lists, or something else. There would be no naturalization record for her - women were very rarely naturalized. The primary reason for naturalization was to obtain the right to vote, and since women could not vote, there was no reason for them to become citizens. That said, there were no Kemm men naturalized in Crawford Co. between 1800 and 1906. Have you tried Mercer Co. for naturalizations of any Kemm men? There is a Kemm family from England in Mercer Co. in the 1860 census, with a daughter Elizabeth. Have you pursued them? The age might not be exact, but old records are not always spot-on accurate.
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