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|Kat||John J. Keighron, Jr|
Feel free to send links and info.
Added by Kat on Jul 12, 2016 8:33 AM
|Michael A. Higgins||Memorial 57387498|
Reference the above memorial in Mount Vernon Cemetery Philadelphia. Do you know the area or position in the cemetery these markes are. I research the 69th Pa Infantry of the Civil War and this man James was possible a soldier in the regiment.He James Carr and his wife Mary Neal Carr both have seperate headstones but adjacent.
Many thanks and regards Michael Higgins www.69thPa.co.uk
|Janice Earley||Business card|
I found Fred F Quicksall's business card in my great grandparents photo album. I'm not sure how they would have known each other. My great grandfather graduated from Shippensburg in 1900 and lived in Three Springs, PA all of his life. His wife's sister live in Philadelphia and was the governess of Girad School for boys. Fred and my great grandfather were both masons, so maybe that was the connection. If you would like it can add a photo of the business card.
I wasn't looking for her, just mowing rows, so the photo request was a surprise. I added the other person on the stone, Helen Mahler. If this is a relative, let me know I can transfer it to you.
Added by Kat on Sep 20, 2015 4:18 AM
|Jen Drake||Peter & Sophia Vallas|
Hi! So glad you found your aunt & uncle! I did this when first starting, and didn't know to bring a soft brush to sweep the headstone back then. I won't feel bad at all if you take a better pic. Happy searching for your roots! Jen
|Robert Doughty||Wife of Frederick E. Hodgkiss|
You probably know this already, but if not: Frederick E. Hodgkiss married Mable Higgins about 1895, probably in New Jersey. They have a son, George Edwin Hodgkiss, born January 22, 1897. After Frederick died in 1903, Mabel married Charles Anderson about 1906 and had a daughter Elizabeth. Review the 1897 New Jersey Births/Christenings for George E. Hodgkiss born 1897; the 1900 Jersey City Census for Mable Hodgkiss; the 1910 Cornwall, Orange County, New York Census for Mable Anderson; the 1918 WWOne draft card for George E. Hodgkiss; the 1920 Jersey City Census for Mable Anderson.
Bob Doughty, Seattle, Washington
|Marte||Charlotte Perry Hotchkiss|
Thank you for bringing this to my attention. The memorial has been updated. You might want to think about removing the death certificate...it seems so personal. Just a thought.
Added by Marte on Jan 07, 2015 1:02 PM
|William Snider||Abraham Street|
Do you know the plot information for this grave or at least a general idea of where it is located in the cemetery? May have asked before. Please forgive the repetition.
I did take a look at it and both persons I am interested in are listed but it does not give the plot information. Thanks for the link.
Do you know anyone that is famliar with Mercer in Trenton? I am looking for plot information or at least general location of Charles Pitman and Mary James both 1800's. Library says it will be a long time before they can dig it out. Any ideas?
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