|Joe Chando (#47476296)|
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I started researching my family history after my mother passed away in 2011. Fortunately for me she had everything written down so it gave me a good head start. My wife did not have much on her family so I started looking to see how much I could find on her family.|
I found out early on the only way to do this was to walk the entire cemetery and try to link each person back. Doing it this way I was able to find relatives that I wouldn't have been able find otherwise. Family plots give a lot of clues about the family that are not obvious otherwise.
I am happy to add any family information since it makes it easier for others to find the memorial, any bio information should be written so it can be copied over. Please use the edit tab and the Suggest a correction link when sending information or requesting a transfer, it makes it easier and reduces the chance of an error. If you are looking for a response to any questions, please provide an email address.
Any gravestone pictures I've posted may be used for non-commercial use, family trees, Ancestry, etc. Credit should be noted with the picture.
Please do not post death certificates to my memorials, rather enter the transcribed information through the edit tab. If I wanted the death certificate on the memorial, I would have put it there myself.
MCOI Morning Call Obituary Index
EEOI Easton Express Obituary Index
PADI Pennsylvania Department of Health Death Index
PADC Pennsylvania Death Certificate
PAML Pennsylvania County Marriage License
Riegelsville Union Cemetery, Riegelsville, Bucks County 2011
Allen Union Cemetery, Northampton 2012
Our Lady of Hungary Cemetery, Northampton 2012
Saint Johns Catholic Cemetery, Northampton 2013
Assumption of Virgin Mary Ukrainian Orthodox Cemetery, Northampton 2013
Saints Peter and Paul Byzantine Catholic Cemetery, Alpha, Warren County, NJ. 2013
Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary Cemetery, Northampton 2013
Fairview Cemetery, Northampton 2013
Holy Trinity Russian Orthodox Cemetery, North Catasauqua 2014
Saint Andrews Cemetery, North Catasauqua 2014
Saint Lawrence the Martyr Calvary Cemetery, North Catasauqua 2014
Saint Lawrence the Martyr's RC Church Cemetery, North Catasauqua 2014
Gethsemane Cemetery of Saint Mary's, Catasauqua 2014
Fairview Cemetery, West Catasauqua, Lehigh County 2015
Saint Marys Ukrainian Orthodox Church Cemetery, Fullerton, Lehigh County, PA 2016
Resurrection Cemetery aka Our Lords Ascension Polish National Catholic Church Cemetery, Fullerton (Whitehall), Lehigh County, PA 2016.
Cemetery Saint Michael and Saint Andrew Byzantine Catholic Cemetery, Fullerton (Whitehall), Lehigh County, PA 2016.
Sacred Heart of Jesus Catholic Cemetery, Fullerton (Whitehall), Lehigh County, PA (In Process)
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|mardicar||Mary Phillips Davies|
I looked again at Mary Ann's birthdate. Although it doesn't correspond exactly to Mary Phillips Davies' death date of 1838, it seems more likely that Mary Ann is the daughter of Daniel's first wife and her death date is off a bit. More research needed.
Added by mardicar on Jan 17, 2017 6:37 PM
|mardicar||Mary Phillips Davies|
I have been studying this lady and discovered that she died in Wales in 1838. There is a marriage record for the marriage of Daniel Davies and Mary Jones 30 Aug 1841 at Merthyr Tydfil, Glamorganshire, Wales (where Daniel was born and married Mary Phillips in 1835). The dates and location make it likely that Mary Jones is his second wife who came to America with him, d in 1864, and is buried in Fairview Cemetery. Thus it seems that Mary Ann was probably her daughter and the two sons were born to Mary Phillips Davies. No epic proof, but lots of circumstantial evidence.
Added by mardicar on Jan 17, 2017 6:21 PM
|Sandie Miller||John Malitsch Photo|
Hello Joe, thank you so very much for the photo of the memorial stone for John Malitsch. Your kindness is greatly appreciated.
|Debra Graves Dawson||Bausch / Vreeland|
Thank you so much for the headstone pictures. I have a trip planned in October this year to visit Easton Pa. for the wedding of the granddaughter/niece of Frank & Margaret to my son. I had planned on finding Sacred Heart while there.
I appreciate it so much !
|Julie Doellingen||Sokalsky Photos|
Thank you! I appreciate the photos of my relative's headstones!
|Nancy D||George, Kendall & Earle Galusha|
Thank You so much!!!! I really appreciate it.
Added by Nancy D on Dec 20, 2016 8:45 PM
Thank you so much for the photo you provided! I really appreciate it!
I have a quick question that you may be able to help me with...I noticed the grave is a bit faded, and that the nameplate is broken. Do you know who I could contact to get that fixed?
|J L||Bernard Collette|
Thank you for posting his gravestone picture.
Added by J L on Dec 06, 2016 6:21 PM
I cannot thank you enough for your image of Magdalena Foin Lanshe's stone. It is so meaningful for me to have an image of this as she is my 2x great grandmother and I live in California so I am unable to visit her final resting place.
I appreciate your time, effort and support through Find-A-Grave. Your volunteerism means the world to me. Thank you for helping make this website the wonderful tool it is.
With deepest gratitude, Magdalena's great, great, grandaughter,
|Suzzette G Yandle||RE: Morgan / Wentling|
Good morning, I did not see the cenotaph for Edward, shame on me. The surname Wendling/Wentling is one I am very familiar with in researching names. This is a surname in my family. The "d" and "t" seems to be interchangeable. I did change the "d" to the "t" on my memorial to Edward since the other family members were using the "t" in the surname with a note on his memorial that the name sometimes shows up with both spellings. I believe the issue is that the "d" in the German language is sometimes pronounce as a "t". Thanks for your response.
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