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I am interested in Mustin, Irwin, Rose, Mahon, Nicholson, Savage and Sembower families. Also German Stefango(Stefanko) and Saltzer descendants from the German Zips (Spis) town of Wagondrussel/Mereny, Hungary/Vondrusil, Czechoslavakia/Nalepkovo, Slovakia. Also Marx family with roots from Weil am Rhine, Baden, Germany.|
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|LAB||RE: Mary Mahon Lee Clements|
Thanks for the note. No, I do not have any connection to the name Clements. Just enjoy spending time in Allegheny Cemetery, and I have family there myself. Best wishes, Lynn
Added by LAB on May 15, 2014 3:09 PM
|Elizabeth H||RE: Joseph Rose|
You're very welcome. I'm glad you enjoyed the blog posts about my Rose ancestors.
|Ken Jones||Mustin - Pickering families|
My gg aunt, Mary Elizabeth Jones married Joseph Mustin Pickering in 1857. Joseph is believed to have been the son of John and Elizabeth (Mustin) Pickering. He was born in New Jersey, possibly Mt. Olive, in 1815. Joseph spent most of his life selling trimmings in Cincinnati, a trade he is said to have picked up from his cousin, John Mustin, in Philadelphia. I would be interested in any information regarding John and Elizabeth, and this connection. John was born in Castle Donington, Leicestershire, Eng., 10 Sep 1788, and died in Cincinnati 16 Jul 1850. I will gladly share my information. firstname.lastname@example.org
|Tracy Anne||Irwin of Saskatoon|
Thanks for catching the error and for letting me know. All fixed now.
Added by a2 on Jun 16, 2013 6:44 PM
|Dr. James M. Owston||RE: William Eichbaum|
I have made your request changes to these memorials. I have had an extremely bad year; therefore, it has taken me a while to get to your requests.
|quebecoise||RE: Mustin Family|
YOU ARE VERY WELCOME.
|Sincerely Yours||Jean Ridinger.|
Corrected her maiden name, thanks for catcing that.
|Saratoga||RE: Thomas Howard Morton|
My pleasure, thanks for letting me know.
Added by Saratoga on Feb 22, 2013 3:41 PM
|Brenda||RE: Dr William Staughton|
Thank you for your kind words! I'm so glad the William Staughton memorial was helpful to you.
If you think your ancestors might have been removed from the Sansom Street burial grounds in Philadelphia and re-interred at Laurel Hill, please don't hesitate to contact the staff there. They are very gracious and helpful when they receive inquiries about those buried in Section 6, Lot 97.
Added by Brenda on Dec 27, 2012 8:17 AM
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