|Ted Dombroski||William McBride - 81st Pa.|
I just want to give you a huge THANK YOU for your posting of the headstone of William McBride of the 81st Pa. Inf. in Trinity Lutheran Cemetery in Philadelphia. I am researching the men of the 81st Pa. and this was an enormous help. I have little information on the Vet and wasn't certain that it was my man buried in Trinity Lutheran. Your photo of his government headstone removed all doubt and put other information in place. Again, a huge thank you. Keep up the great work.
Added by Ted Dombroski on Apr 21, 2017 5:21 PM
|So Little Time||Hugh Glacken|
Thank you Jane for posting this photo. Any idea what section of the cemetery it's located in so I can add that info too.
Enjoy your week!
Added by So Little Time on Mar 06, 2017 11:53 AM
|So Little Time||RE: Thanks re:108790043|
Thanks again for your help.
Added by So Little Time on Oct 30, 2016 5:32 PM
Thank you very much for the transfer and all the work you do for find a grave. Terri
Added by Terri on Oct 30, 2016 5:16 AM
|Jim Ryan||RE: DiPietro|
Jane McKnight; I wish to thank you for your time.
Added by Jim Ryan on Oct 30, 2016 3:34 AM
|Rich Dohm||RE: Elizabeth Burg ~ Pennsylvania|
That's okay Jane, it's fixed... I got tired of waiting and had admin merge your memorial which was posted in the wrong cemetery, it's gone now. HERE'S the merged memorial if it's any kin of yours. No offense, just trying to be helpful. Rich.
Added by Rich Dohm on Oct 29, 2016 9:04 AM
Thanks -- They are my relatives. I am happy to manage them! -- Marge
Added by Marge on Oct 29, 2016 8:43 AM
|SKNelson||Janette Strickling Daugherty|
Hello, Jane. I am the great grandaughter of Mary Cyrene Daugherty and J.B. Strickling. I have not done any research on "Aunt Net". However a relative did some family history in the '80s and her papers say "Mary Cyrene, or 'Rene' as she was called, had previously married George Burkhart and had a daughter, Nettie Burkhart." So assuming we are talking about the same person, I was wondering about the name here. Did she marry a Daugherty (that was Mary Cyrene's maiden name)? If you have any birth, death or marriage papers, I would love to have a copy.
Added by SKNelson on Sep 11, 2016 12:50 PM
|Rich Dohm||Elizabeth Burg ~ Pennsylvania|
Hello Jane. No offense, I'm just trying to be helpful. Seems you created a duplicate, yours is posted in the wrong cemetery, her obit even says she's buried at West Laurel Hill right? Yours is later, but posted wrong, might be easier if you'd delete yours, save admin from having to merge them? Anyway, see the problem HERE.
Added by Rich Dohm on May 21, 2016 9:06 PM
|Meg Salinger||Stack -McKnight|
I sent you an email. If you don't receive it, I thought it best to post here. I've been researching the Stack Family, which married into the McKnight family, as well as others. Teressa Stack m. David McKnight . She was the sister of my 3rd great grandmother, Maggie Stack m. John Esher. Their parents were Thomas and Ellen O'Connor Stack.
If you get a chance, please contact me,
Added by Meg Salinger on Jun 06, 2015 6:52 AM
|Richard James||Jeanette Buss gravestone|
I sent an email but wasn't sure if it would reach you. I wish to know if the gravestone is marking the grave at section I Lot 22. My wife's grandmother is buried with Jeanette Buss in the same grave.
Added by Richard James on May 19, 2015 12:42 PM
|MGB||Trinity Luthern, Phila.|
Just a heads up. I am working on the Brooks family in the Trinity Luthern Churchyard. Trying to link family members together through Pa Death Certificates, marriage and census records to triple check. So if you see a lot of edits from me you will know why.
Added by MGB on Feb 24, 2015 3:48 PM
|Thomas||Lawville Family of Phildelphia|
Thank you for your great efforts to photograph all the Philadelphia memorials. I am looking for Eugene Lawville born on May 4, 1890 in Philadelphia to John J & Nonie Lawville, also of Philadelphia. You photographed a single monument ocntaining four Lawville members names. FIND A GRAVE has only four Lawville last names - the ones you photographed. If you come acrss Eugene Lawville I would sure like to hear from you. He was a private in WWI serving in the 318th Field Hospital in France. He maybe buried at the Cathedral where you are attempting to photograph. Regards, Thomas
Added by Thomas on Feb 03, 2015 7:19 AM
|catncamo||Old Cathedral in Philadelphia, PA|
Hi, just wanted to let you know I photographed all of Section Q & R at Old Cathedral. I see you are working on this cemetery, and didn't want you to do extra work going through these sections. Also, there is a volunteer group planning to visit this cemetery in December. If you'd ever like to join us, feel free! We have a Facebook group, Philadelphia Area Findagrave Meetups.
Added by catncamo on Nov 06, 2014 1:15 AM
|Peter Ferrone||Section Z|
Jane, I was down there in late March 2014 and got all markers photographed in Section Z. I went down there to look for Julia Ann Bowen 1868 and couldn't find it. I am also looking for any of the Bowen family circa 1860-1900. I know many of the markers are gone or are impossible to read.
Added by Peter Ferrone on Apr 11, 2014 2:47 PM
I'm just curious - why won't they let you take photos in some cemeteries? Do they consider it private property? Just seems petty to me.
Added by MGB on Feb 11, 2014 12:34 PM
I was looking at a couple I believe are related to me but not proven yet. I just wanted to say thank you for taking pictures of the grave sites. It is a big help to researchers and I believe everyone should be remembered.
Those workers should have better things to do than bother you. The Catholic Church should be ashamed of themselves
After all they have put innocent people thru in God's name!
Go back and finish the job when you can and maybe take a friend with you. There are power in numbers.
You are an Angel!
Added by Eileen on Feb 04, 2014 8:10 PM
|George Hickey||Re:Daniel McGarry #42642657|
I am new to Find A Grave. My great great grandfather is Daniel McGarry #42642657. His youngest daughter Nellie McGarry is my great grandmother. Thank you for posting Daniel McGarry's headstone. If you would like to transfer this to me have pictures and info to post. Thanks again!
Added by George Hickey on Nov 19, 2013 10:44 AM
|Michael Gaines||Samuel & Jane McKnight @ Mount Moriah Cemetery|
Neither person has a visible marker at this time, though it could have gotten knocked over and covered by grass over time. They are both buried in Sec 200, Lot 185. Samuel was buried on Nov 23, 1899 and Jane on Dec 20, 1899. They are two of six McKnight's buried here (the other four being Margaret, Jennie, Samuel, and Grace). If you would like, I can get you the burial dates for the others.
Added by Michael Gaines on Apr 15, 2013 1:22 PM
|Marie Van Laeys||John McGlinn (McGlynn)|
I believe this gravemarker is that of my grt grt grt grandfather born in Donegal abt 1792 and died 18 Aug 1872 street address was 3 South 23rd Street, ward 9. His wife was Grace Gallagher who died a few years later. She worked at St Ann's Rectory as a housekeeper.
Added by Marie Van Laeys on Feb 24, 2013 11:03 AM
|Richard Lutz||Ellen & Sarah Finley|
Thanks for the transfer.
Added by Richard Lutz on Sep 01, 2012 7:11 AM
|jerseygirl||RE: William and Mary Meyers|
Thanks so much for your kindness in transferring their memorials to my care! Pam
Added by jerseygirl on Aug 28, 2012 4:03 PM
|Steven Keller||Mai Garesche Norris|
See my memorial for Mai Garesche Norris (Mother Mary of St Anthony, RGS) on Find a Grave #89490110. Thanks to you I was able to attach her parents. I have a photo request out for her grave at Lourdesmont Cemetery in Clarks Summit. Carol Esselborn Fivecoat and I have been trying to get as many Garesche's in the database as possible. There are many buried here in the St Louis area.
Have a wonderful Memorial Day!
Added by Steven Keller on May 28, 2012 11:41 AM
|Geoffrey||Jane, I think we're related!!!|
We've been looking for info on Annie and Thomas McKnight for YEARS and I accidentally found your entry on Find A Cemetary. Annie and Thomas were my great-great grandparents. We have lots of info on family members descended from them. Please contact me when you get this.
Added by Geoffrey on Nov 16, 2011 11:38 PM
|Donna Di Giacomo||James Joachim Gillin; Old Cathedral Cemetery, Philadelphia, PA|
I'm not related, but I thought you'd like his death notice information.
The Philadelphia Record; Wednesday, May 3, 1911, Page 13:
"GILLIN - On April 30, 1911, JAMES J., husband of the late Mary A. Cahill Gillin. Relatives and friends, also all associations with which he was connected, are invited to attend the funeral, on Wednesday, at 8.30 A. M., from his late residence, 1436 North 17th st. Solemn Requiem Mass at Church of Gesu, at 10 A. M. Interment at Cathedral Cemetery."
Added by Donna Di Giacomo on Oct 04, 2011 9:21 PM