|RestorationsByTim||Wm. Finley in Section 32|
Hello, I believe the William Finley you've requested is at Section 32, Lot 221, of Fernwood Cemetery. Although the office was closed yesterday, and I did not receive assistance from groundskeepers, I walked Section 32 with a map, and could not find a marker for Mr. Finley.
There is likely no marker, but if I find otherwise with assistance from groundskeepers, I'll surely let you know.
I believe he is in the Fernwood Cemetery index as "Findley", and this was the cause of the earlier confusion.
Added by RestorationsByTim on Nov 24, 2014 8:11 AM
|RestorationsByTim||William Finley @ Fernwood.|
Hello Mr. Marrone. Yesterday I posted a photo of the grave of one William Finley, in response to a photo request at Fernwood Cemetery.
Before you go thanking me, I want to confess that the photo I posted is not of the correct grave. I will be in the area again either early next week or early the following week to find and photograph the correct grave.
Added by RestorationsByTim on Oct 19, 2014 7:28 AM
|Glenn Benner||James Hetherington|
Sent you several corrections for your James Hetherington Memorial page. PLease check your email.
Added by Glenn Benner on Apr 06, 2014 8:48 PM
|Brenda Reilley Hun||Lawrence Corn|
Frank, saw that you have a photo request in for Lawrence Corn in Mt Moriah cemetery. Have been to his section a few times and can't find any stones of him or his family. I am not giving up. Will keep you posted. His brother, John, has a stone and so should Lawrence!
Added by Brenda Reilley Hun on Apr 05, 2014 4:30 PM
|Nadeen Sobottka||Capt. William B. Foster @ Wood Nat'l. Cem., Milw., WI|
Hi Frank, I just added some detailed information to the memorial for Wm. Foster. Thought you'd like to know in case he is a relative of yours, and if not, it might be worth reading anyways. Regards, Nadeen
Added by Nadeen Sobottka on Feb 26, 2014 10:19 AM
|Hereslooking4||Mount Vernon Cemetery|
I am try to get together information about where everyone is buried in Mount Vernon Cemetery in Philadelphia PA so I can take photos to fulfill some of these requests. The Cemetery requires us to know the EXACT location in order to let me/us in. If you want to send $10 in to the cemetery and get the information and email the information I will be MORE than happy to take photos of the ones you want. Please submit lot/plot and any other information Via email to me by FRIDAY November the 15th I will be going to Cemetery the weekend of the 22nd you and anyone else is MORE than welcome to come help.....THANK YOU
Added by Hereslooking4 on Sep 10, 2013 11:38 AM
Yes, Michael McGraw and Louisa C Schmidt McGraw were my paternal great-grandparents. Their youngest child, Martha Washington McGraw, was my father's mother.
My uncle provided us with the photo of Louisa. There are no known photos of Michael, sadly.
Added by SueAnn on Mar 08, 2013 9:03 AM
|LavonneA||Medill G hdstn|
I tried a photo today, into the sun and no etching contracts so I will need to take another shot soon.
Added by LavonneA on Feb 15, 2013 3:37 PM
Here is my relationship to John and Ellen McGraw...
John McGraw (1805 - 1859)
is your 2nd great grandfather
Michael McGraw (1844 - 1894)
Son of John
Martha Washington McGraw (1891 - 1938)
Daughter of Michael
Norman Harris Robson (1922 - 1975)
Son of Martha Washington
Sue Ann Robson
You are the daughter of Norman Harris
I got the photo of Louisa Schmidt McGraw from my Uncle Milton Robson. I also have a Civil War era photo (taken in Washington, D.C.) of Michael's brother, John. There is no known photo in my family of my Great Grandfather, Michael.
How are we related?
Added by SueAnn on Jan 13, 2013 12:55 AM
|Susanne D||RE: Dunnicliffe|
Hi, I just look up the records at a kiosk. Thanks
Added by Susanne D on Jan 11, 2013 8:24 PM
|Clare Bradley||RE: Emmor K Ellis|
Is this the memorial you're referring to? http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GSln=ellis&GSmid=47161387&GRid=102645477&
I got this info, along with most of the military burials I post from the PA veteran burial cards online.
Added by Clare Bradley on Dec 29, 2012 4:32 AM
hope that helps Frank
Bill Carpenter a Barnholt ancestor
Added by Kramer on Dec 12, 2012 6:50 AM
Philanthropic cemetery( defunct)
Once located at Passyunk and Tasker Streets in Philadelphia, all the interments where removed to Arlington Cemetery, Drexel Hill, Pennsylvania.
They are located in the Bethany section,there are no markers on the Graves sinc they were all moved from the old cemetery--you'll see a Big "Obelisk"that indentifies the section if you go to the Cemtery thats all the information they gave me.
Added by Kramer on Dec 12, 2012 6:49 AM
|Todd Leiss||RE: Levan and Kinsley 23rd and 88th PA|
Thanks Frank, updated both!
Added by Todd Leiss on Nov 09, 2012 5:33 AM
|Todd Leiss||RE: Daniel Kinsley|
Thanks Frank, I updated Daniel Kinsley to include the 23rd PA info, if you find anymore 88th PA soldiers with the 23rd PA connection let me know and I'll add the info.
Added by Todd Leiss on Nov 08, 2012 7:37 PM
|Todd Leiss||RE: E. E. Levan|
Thanks for the updated info on E.E. Levan, I've updated his memorial with the info you provided. I also added a link to the http://www.23rdpa.com on our 88th PVI website at http://www.old88thpvi.com/links.html
Added by Todd Leiss on Nov 07, 2012 9:05 PM
|Althea Treakle-Provost||William "F" Trickle|
How fun for you to participate in the reinactment, to see you in uniform and to be surrounded by historical significance. I have corrections for you regarding William Trickle, #16599436, how may I present them to you?
Added by Althea Treakle-Provost on Apr 19, 2012 11:52 AM
Could you please put a link between Richard R Lippincott and his wife Ella. Ella's Findagrave number is 62280376.
Added by AlwaysCarol on Nov 08, 2011 8:08 AM
|Bill Rowan||RE: Isaac Wright|
On the Veteran's Burial card, it just has his name, unit, DOB, date of death, and cemetery name. The part of the card that contains grave information was left blank.
Added by Bill Rowan on Aug 06, 2011 1:13 AM
|Brenda Reilley Hun||Charles P. Dare|
In Colonel Dare's bio that you have on his memorial you wrote: "he was forced to resign due to an illness that would finally claim his life in December of 1863." His gravestone, memorial, and information the 23rd Pennsylvania website states his death date of October 25, 1863. ?? Thanks, Brenda H.
Added by Brenda Reilley Hun on Jul 29, 2011 8:24 PM
|Jenn O.||Fernwood Cemetery|
Hello - I saw your requests for photos in Fernwood Cemetery. When you got information on section and plot numbers, did you happen to get section maps? If not, I wonder if you'd be willing to request them from the cemetery via mail? Section maps make finding plots in this large cemetery much easier, and I'd be happy to seek out stones.
Added by Jenn O. on Jun 24, 2011 8:26 PM
|Kelly Bridges||PA. 23rd Infantry Volunteers|
Oliver McFadden was the "last union survivor of the Gettysburg Battle from Marietta Pa" He fought with the 23rd from 1861/1864. His rank was a corporal in the union army. He is burried in the Marietta Cemetery in Marietta Pennsylvania. This is another PA 23rd Infantry Volunteer who should be added to the list of soldiers who fought in those campaigns during the civil war. There are a couple of web sites on www.ancestry.com about the PA. 23rd Infantry Volunteers.
Added by Kelly Bridges on Jun 14, 2011 8:35 AM
|Alice Bonaiuto||Wm U James|
just saw the Gravemarker you fixed. Thanks, looks great! I was unaware that you had been down; will be there the end of May.
Alice m Bonaiuto
Added by Alice Bonaiuto on May 15, 2011 3:44 PM
|Eugene Glenn Stackhouse||RE: James W. Masland|
Thanks for the info.
Added by Eugene Glenn Stackhouse on May 01, 2011 3:35 PM
|Eugene Glenn Stackhouse||Butcher, John|
I posted John Butcher's stone on findagrave.
He was a member of Post 6.
Added by Eugene Glenn Stackhouse on Apr 25, 2011 12:06 PM