|Bernadette Mc Cauley Foley||Thomas J Brady|
I was just looking at the "find a grave" post for my great grand father Thomas J Brady. The information sited I'm sure is from his death certificate. The part that he was born in Phila is incorrect. He was actually born in Ireland. Everything else is correct.
Added by Bernadette Mc Cauley Fole... on Aug 20, 2017 1:43 PM
|Jane Hamilton||Henry Barnholt.|
Found you posted a Henry Barnholt, died Nov. 17, 1865. Is this the correct one to wife Elisa.
Added by Jane Hamilton on Jul 23, 2017 7:59 AM
|Jane Hamilton||George Donnelly/Donley|
George T/F Donley was 2 yrs of age. Buried on 7 April 1896. Sec 16 Plot 81. Do you know anything of him. Can not find a DC or obit for him. Thank you, Jane
Added by Jane Hamilton on Jul 23, 2017 7:17 AM
|Jane Hamilton||Henry Barnholt|
Hi,I am trying to locate data on folks in Mt. Moriah, Section 16 Plot 81. My question, do you have a date of death for Henry Barnholt, Elisa's husband. I added their marriage to her post.Note:added sec/plot to Chas and Mary Tatham.
Added by Jane Hamilton on Jul 23, 2017 7:13 AM
|Zoe Tom||See FAG #: 101666530|
Here is another person you might be interested in.
Added by Zoe Tom on Jul 17, 2017 4:53 AM
|Zoe Tom||See FAG #: 181426198|
And there are others that might be of interest too, buried in Laurel Hill Cemetery.
Added by Zoe Tom on Jul 17, 2017 4:44 AM
|debbie donehower-adams||Carpenter family of Philadelphia|
I have Carpenter family ties as well. My GGGF was Charles Donehower. He married Elizabeth Yocum, whose family married Carpenters. Kate (Dubbs) Carpenter is buried in Lot 107, with my GGGF Charles in laws- Mary Margaret Gaul and Abram Yocum. Charles is buried in Lot 106.
Added by debbie donehower-adams on Jul 08, 2017 7:04 PM
I have been doing Logue's in Donegal for 44 years and have info on 2600 Logue's. Please contact at Joseph.firstname.lastname@example.org
Added by Joe Reiley on Jun 05, 2017 9:48 AM
|Mary Kremp||Mary Ryan Ansbach|
Mary Ryan Anspach (the way my mom's family spelled the name) is my great-grandmother. She was married in 1870 to Zachariah Anspach. Their son, Daniel, married Katie Connelly in New Philadelphia, PA. They had two daughters, Mary who died as an infant, and my mother who was born in 1919. Daniel died before my mother was born and little Mary died soon after my mom was born. Katie also died in 1919. If you have any additional information on any of these family members I would most greatly appreciate your sharing it with me.
Added by Mary Kremp on Jun 02, 2017 6:29 PM
My name is john Langton and I'm the grandson of john Daniel Langton, I'm curious as to how you were able to collect such detail of the Langton family
Added by Jack Langton on May 30, 2017 9:46 PM
|R J Heller||Saint John's #2 cemetery - Pottsville PA|
Please be aware that any death certificate, obituary or document you have saying a person was buried in St. John's #2 means they are buried in YORKVILLE which is a different cemetery and location than what Find A Grave says.
The Pottsville PA cemetery information at Find A Grave is a mess. The cemetery they have as St John's #2 at N.Centre and Clinton streets is actually Saint Patrick's #3.
How did this happen? Apparently, Find A Grave doesn't check to verify cemeteries that people create. I believe somebody created a Saint John's #2 and it snowballed from there. I think it's foolish of Find A Grave to allow people to create cemeteries when they can't find what they are looking for.Folks often don't know the area they are dabbling with and that a cemetery they can't find is on the list with another name. That is what probably happened.
St. John's #2 is aka the YORKVILLE cemetery and is also called Saint John the Baptist Roman Catholic Cemetery. Find A Grave says that Yorkville is aka St. John's #3 and that's wrong
St. John's #3 is the now abandoned cemetery at 8th and Pierce streets in Pottsville. Find A Grave calls that St. John's #1
Saint John's #1 was behind the church and is now a parking lot. Those who were interred there were moved to Calvary cemetery in Mount Carbon
It's a serious problem and Find A Grave don't seem to really care as they have ignored all 3 of my attempts to get it corrected. I finally said screw it.
All I have written is what I was told at the Schuylkill County Historical Society and one of the ladies who helped me was a church record keeper at Saint John the Baptist in Pottsville for many years.
FWIW, I found all 11 of my people who were said to be buried at St John's #2 in the cemetery at 20th and Mahantonga streets and that is Yorkville.
R J Heller
Added by R J Heller on May 30, 2017 8:44 AM
Maybe you already know this but if you go to the photos on the HC memorial page, there is a map of the cemetery and you can see where William's section is.
Added by IMAGINE on Mar 20, 2017 12:55 PM
|Harry||John & Elizabeth Barnholt|
Good News! I found my photographs of John & Elizabeth's gravestones and I had them uploaded. Sad to say, these gravestones no longer exist today.
Added by Harry on Nov 29, 2011 10:44 PM
|Michael Lawler||Catherine Wall Lawler|
Catherine Wall Lawler married Daniel Lawler. Catherine and Daniel had two sons Michael and Robert and two daughters Julia and Catherine. My great great grandmother was Catherine Wall Lawler.
My mother Anne Mary Lawler was a poet and lived in Philadelphia and knew Father Lawrence J. Wall well.
Kramer: nice job on building the Wall family web site.
Added by Michael Lawler on Apr 19, 2011 3:12 PM