Searching for my great grandfather It looks like you've done some amazing work on documenting the cemetery! I recently found that my great grandfather, John Fischer, is buried in St. Michaels. He was a Hungarian steel worker, who died fairly young due to lead poisoning. The date on his death certificate is March 16th 1925. Is there any chance you've come across his stone?
Date on Gravestone Thank you for your picture of Michael and Johanna Sullivan's gravestone in St. Michael's Cemetery in Bethlehem, PA. The death dates are hard to read in the picture. It looks to me that Michael's says Dec 4, 1898, age 64, and Johanna's says Dec 1, 1894, age 54. Is that correct?
I noticed that Rosemary Buffington added to their family page that Michael Sullivan's death date is Mar 3, 1883, which I assume is a different Michael Sullivan. She must have chosen the wrong one. I would like my family page to be correct, so I hope you can help me.
St Michaels map Hi Kelly, where would the map you mentioned be located? Ive been trying to find a plot of the cemetery in order to locate a grave listed in your index of graves. Any ideas? Thanks very much for all your work.
New Life in St. Michael's Hi Kelly, Don't know if you've been in touch lately, but as the original researcher on St. Michael's, I wanted you to know that there's a new positive momentum surrounding the cemetery. There's a Facebook page, "Friends of St. Michael's Cemetery, Bethlehem, PA", that you should check, as well as my Ancestry.com tree, rcbuffington. We've also got almost 2000 names on the Findagrave site, by researching newspaper obits and veterans burial cards. Also, another map has surfaced, not perfect, but it's more data to crunch. Hope all is well with you. Rosemary Buffington Rosemary@Buffington.tv
RE: Mayflower Cemetery Thank you so much for all the great pictures! What a great tribute to these people who are long gone. I am so glad that you were able to get these photos and we now have their final resting place documented for future generations.
RE: Richardsons at Oak Lawn Cemetery Nope, sorry, I tried so hard to see if there was anything at all on the white stone but it is as smooth as my hand. :-) Not even a trace of writing. The office must know who it is.
If you require a photo of the Carmel stone without my legs in it, let me know. :-)
More Dinan's Hi again Kelly, thanks for the transfer of the two John D.'s to me earlier today. If you would be so kind, could you please transfer all of your Dinan's to me? They are all a branch on my mother's tree. I can add short bio's to most of them. Thanks so much.
Grateful Family!!! Kelly Thank You from a very Grateful Family! You have helped fill a big hole in our family tree. Carolyn McKinley researching Patrick and Bridget McGee and children Cormac, Edward,Barney, Daniel, Mary, Annie, Nellie, Isabelle and Joseph!!!!