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|Mike McQuaid||Mary Dowley 1901 - 1967 Ford|
The burial records show that she was buried on 4th March 1967 in section M plot 1068. Her last address is shown as 40 Roseheath drive Liverpool.
Unfortunately the grave is unmarked but I have attached a photo of the plot to her memorial page. It doesn't really help your research so I wont be offended if you delete it once you have seen it.
|P. Eadie||Henry Tiedeken|
Just returned from Locustwood Cemetery in Cherry Hill, Nj, where we successfully located and photographed the grave marker for Henry. With him is Myrtle G. Tiedeken. If you would post a memorial page for her in Find A Grave, I would be happy to upload the photo to her page. Pat
Added by P. Eadie on Oct 08, 2014 6:08 PM
|Chuck||Stephanie Sharp O'Neil Morris|
Stephanie Sharp O'Neil Morris
Birth: Jul. 13, 1973
New Jersey, USA
Death: May 29, 2014
New Jersey, USA
Obituary for Stephanie Morris
MORRIS, Stephanie M., died suddenly on May 29, 2014, of Marlton NJ. Age 40. Beloved wife of Jay Morris. Loving and devoted mother of Stephen, Alison and Christopher Morris. Dear sister of Michael O''Neil and Jennifer Parker. She is the daughter of the late John and Brenda O''Neil. Stephanie was a 1991 graduate of Gateway High School. She was an extremely caring and supportive wife and mother. She was generous in life; supporting Autism Awareness, sending care packages to the soldiers and sharing her big heart with all who knew her. Her generosity continued even in her death; she was an organ donor so others can live. Relatives and friends are invited to the viewing Friday from 10:30-11:30am at the Bradley Funeral Home Rt. 73 and Evesham Rd. Marlton. Burial immediately following at Mt. Holly Cemetery, Mt. Holly NJ.
Added by Chuck on Jun 12, 2014 7:01 PM
Stephanie O'Neil Morris I'm gonna miss you so much! I loved you like a sister. You are the reason for everything in my facebook genealogy life right now. I met you through findagrave, we e-mailed & chatted & before you know it we would talk on the phone for hours upon hours about genealogy & our families growing up. Besides my fiance Lara Watson Poley you were the very 1st friend I added to facebook & through you I met our other cousins Pamela Farrell Joseph, Sandra Inberg , & Carol E. Sharp Basile. I loved talking to you on the phone about our Robbins / Sharp family. From all the times we talked I got to know you more & see what a kind good hearted loving woman you were. You were not just my cousin, but a great friend also. I remember how excited we were about getting together with Pam in June or July to all meet up & go to Dividing Creek, Port Norris, & Haleyville where our Sharp & Robbins ancestors came from. What I remember most of all about you was your dedication & the love you poured out for your husband & children. I'm gonna miss you so much Steph . I love you cuz.
Added by Chuck on May 31, 2014 11:57 AM
|BobBoston||RE: George Shaw|
You are very welcome.
|Tropico Gravers||Alfred Grimes Forest Lawn Glendale|
Sorry it has taken so long to process your edit on his birth year, I did a little research on him myself just to make sure, and I believe you are correct, so I will put through the edit. From looking at the records I am guessing his early life was quite chaotic -- shows up in someone else's household at the age of 10 with one of his brothers (maybe their parents had passed away?), and living with his uncle at the age of 20, I'm guessing his own wife may not have even known his birth year, and he may have decided to make himself a couple of years younger.
|Lori Jo ||RE: Sharps|
You're welcome! Now that I think of it, I may have put up your great grandfather's memorial for the other Imily! One died in 1833, the other in 1933?
I'll take a second look...
There are a few more Sharps, took some pics...but don't remember seeing the names you mentioned. I'll just put the other memorials up if they aren't yet listed.
Added by Lori Jo on Jan 21, 2014 6:25 AM
|David Parsons||RE: Emery Greenwood pic|
No I am not related,
I am documenting our Old City Cemetery and see he had been buried here at one time.
His large monument is no longer in this cemetery, just wondering what happened to it and where he was moved to.
There was an entry for him in 1986 census of this cemetery. So, he disappeared after 19986.
Just like to clear up the mystery.
Thanks, David Parsons
|Karen Krantzberg||RE: Cusimano|
You're very welcome, Stephanie! :-)
I added photos for the other Taylors in/around the same area of the cemetery as well.
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