|Agneta Fürst||Alma Nelson|
Dear So Little time
I write to you from Sweden because we are lookin for relatives in USA.
My husbands relative Alma Nelson born Hess (born feb 12 1875 and died Apr 12 1918) have you create a Picture on the graves in Oak Hill Cemetary. Find a grave memorial #85120449.
We want to know why she died so young and if she had any children. Is it possible that you can tell us how we can get this information?
Best regards Thomas & Agneta Fürst, Sweden
Added by Agneta Fürst on Oct 20, 2016 2:55 AM
|Lorraine Hatch||Brooks Family|
Thank you for the wonderful photographs of Thomas,
Caroline and Charles K. Brooks gravesite. I will let you know about the two Pierce gravestones.
Thank you again,
Added by Lorraine Hatch on Oct 18, 2016 9:31 PM
|Linda Bauer||Loughry family of Philadelphia|
Hi. Thank you so much for the information on Maria T Loughry; she was my great-grandmother's mother. I have very limited information on this family- other than that Maria's (or possibly Mariah) husband was James Joseph Loughry. I was told that the family was Irish.I have come across a family member's application for citizenship confirming that the family was from Ireland. I have no idea if this Loughry family is related in any way to Jeremiah Loughry of Indiana County PA.
Added by Linda Bauer on Oct 16, 2016 6:29 PM
|Geo Clinton||RE: Augustus Wright|
Thanks so much for taking pictures for those of us that can't get to the graves. I would be happy for a picture of the area where he is buried. Thank You! Georgea
Added by Geo Clinton on Sep 16, 2016 7:14 AM
|Rich Ware||RE: Looking for Emma Ware Manning|
I'm sorry but I don't have any info on Emma (b abt 1890) nor her family. I wish you the best in your research.
Added by Rich Ware on Sep 15, 2016 9:18 AM
|John Loughney||Loughneyvs Loughery|
Hi 'So Little Time'
Loughery is an Ulster name, while Loughney is a Mayo name. There were two groups of Loughney's in Philly in the 1800s, most were master boatmans. They are related to me. Loughery could come from this name: http://www.libraryireland.com/names/ol/o-luachair.php
Loughney comes from O'Lachtna, which would be pronounced quite similarly to how Loughney is pronounced - LOCH - NEE or LOCH - NAY (ch sound like in Scottish Loch).
Thanks for updating the records!
Added by John Loughney on Jul 25, 2016 6:35 AM
|Sandra McPike McGee||McPike surname and variants|
I too am researching the McPike surname from Franklin County. I saw the different McPake variant names you are researching. Have you seen any Levi McPike born in 1750 in Pennsylvania in your research? Thanks.
Sandy McPike McGee
Added by Sandra McPike McGee on Jun 16, 2016 10:44 PM
|Glenn Benner||Margaret Melograno|
Thank you for asking, and also all your efforts on find-a-grave!
At this time I do not think that Margaret or Michael Melograno are part of the family that I am searching for. I found her maiden name in her sister`s obit. Sent edit hoping it may help others.
I am searching for my grandmother`s sister Nora DiNunzio, who married a James Melograno/Melograna?
They lived in Ambler, Pa. I think James died in the 1950`s & Nora the late 60`s? If only we could ask our grandparents !
Added by Glenn Benner on May 26, 2016 2:20 PM
Thanks so much for transferring Uncle Sam and Uncle Joe to me. They were a big part of our Family and we'll add to their memorials. Thanks for your contributions to Find A Grave. This site has become a serious resource thanks to people like you...
Added by Fred Riegel on May 26, 2016 7:05 AM
|Janet Wenhold||RE: Elizabeth Loughry|
Jeremiah Loughry who is the father of Archibald; had 4 sons--William, Jeremiah, Archibald and John; all of which ended up in either Westmoreland or Indiana County, PA. I do not have any hints that maybe a brother(s) of the senior Jeremiah also moved to the US and settled in Philadelphia County. If I learn anything I will pass it on to you.
Added by Janet Wenhold on May 25, 2016 8:34 PM
|C Bailey||Gallup memorial|
Thank you so much for finding, photographing and posting the memorial photo - and for all you do for Find A Grave!
Added by C Bailey on May 21, 2016 3:21 PM
|Joanna Stokes||William Doughty Family|
Hello, would you kindly e-mail me regarding memorial 151408457? (firstname.lastname@example.org) I don't think this is his death certificate attached to his memorial as he was living with is son Samuel & his wife Sadie in 1910. He remarried in 1913 and was alive in 1920. Still looking for the right death certificate. Also, his first wife Virginia's maiden name was Little as indicated on Samuel's DC. It looks like they both married a few times, it's very confusing! Thank you!
Added by Joanna Stokes on Apr 01, 2016 12:09 PM
|Lizzie Dyer Locke||RE: Margaret Martin McGahey|
This is my grandma’s memorial; she’s the daughter of Anna Martin who was the sister of Margaret Martin McGahey. As far as I know this family never lived in NJ. http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=97341896
Please email any further questions you may have.
Added by Lizzie Dyer Locke on Mar 05, 2016 1:34 PM
|Lizzie Dyer Locke||RE: Margaret Martin McGahey|
I don't really know much about my great grand aunt Peg, that photo was passed down to me from my father. She had a son, Charles but I haven't been able to find any info on him (I have a photo of them together). My grandmother, Aunt Peg's niece, was born in 1895 at Greensburg PA; Wm McGahey & Catherine Gorman were of the sponsors (god-parents) on grandma's Baptism Certificate.
Added by Lizzie Dyer Locke on Mar 05, 2016 9:48 AM
|Steve Hetrick||Charles Hetrick|
Thank you for the information about Charles Hetrick.
Added by Steve Hetrick on Mar 02, 2016 7:05 AM
|Sandy Rumble||RE: McGaughey|
no it doesn't. Turns out I don't have any McGaughey's in my line (it was an unofficial adoption). Most of the McGaugheys I had researched were in western PA in the early 1800's/late 1700's.
Added by Sandy Rumble on Feb 18, 2016 3:02 AM