|Paul Di Troia (#144243)|
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|Cemeteries have been an interest of mine for as long as I can remember. I actually can't take all the credit here, my wife not only understands what I've been trying to do, but she herself has spent many afternoons and weekends cataloging graveyards with me. I have received a lot of emails from people thanking us for the work we're all doing here and asking for more info. |
As an side note, I am not related to 99% of the people here so unfortunately cannot provide any additional information about the person or the family other than what I have obtained from the grave site.
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|Christine Smith Onimus||Jessie Mae metzger|
Would you please transfer 4101578 to me 48948496. I may have sent this request a few moments ago but it did not seem to.
Christine Smith Onimus
Is there an actual gravestone for this memorial?
Death certify says he was cremated in Montgomery Co. . .
but he was from Media -- just trying to figure things out. Thanks.
Thank you for the transfer Paul !!
Thank You Kindly Paul for the family transfer.
|Terry||Lorene Cooke #9594579|
She is my 3rd cousin 2x removed. May I use her gravestone photo in my Family Tree? I will gladly give you credit. Thank you so much, Terry
Added by Terry on Jun 24, 2016 4:31 PM
|Sally Thompson||Boone Cemetery|
Could you tell me where Boone Cemetery is or who owns the property it is own.
|monica ||maurice and sarah james|
hello, sarah ritner james and Maurice james were my 3rd great grandparents, can you please transfer their memorials to me?
sarahs is #4204358
my contributor # is 48599323
Added by monica on Mar 15, 2016 9:13 AM
|Jackie Rogers||John H. Mock and wife Clara E. Mock|
I changed their names to John Henry Mock and Clara Elizabeth Worthington Mock. I am a 6th cousin of Clara Mock.
They were married in 1917 in Philadelphia per the Philadelphia Marriage Indexes 1885-1951. They had four children. Margaret born about 1919, John Henry Jr. about 1920, Charles born about 1923, and Florence born about 1930. All born in Delaware Co., Pennsylvania.
His birthday and location was in his World War I draft registration cards. By the way, he was a dairyman at the time and he had blue eyes and light color of hair.
They were in the 1920 Census: Nether Providence, Delaware, Pennsylvania and in the 1940 Census: Aston twp., Delaware, Pennsylvania.
|Gail Patterson||John J. Deasey in Calvary Cemetery, Yeadon|
Believe there's a duplication with another John J. Deasey in Calvary. Correct date of death is 1947 versus 1963. Thanks.
Thank you very much for the transfer, greatly appreciated.
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