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So Little Time (#47228344)
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Dennis Kolb Jr
Margaret McClanaghan
Unlinked sisters, thanks for the correction.

Added by Dennis Kolb Jr on Oct 08, 2017 8:36 AM

G. M. Genovese
RE: Hugh Clark, Cathedral (182159760)
Ok sounds good. Let me know if you need any sources.

Added by G. M. Genovese on Sep 08, 2017 8:08 PM

G. M. Genovese
RE: Clark
Yes, she was married to a James Nealey who died around 1892 and may be buried in Fernwood. They had one son, Louis A. D. Nealey (1890-1974). Are you on Ancestry? I can send you a link to the tree I've built, if that helps.

Added by G. M. Genovese on Sep 08, 2017 7:50 PM

G. M. Genovese
Hugh Clark, Cathedral (182159760)
I kept researching that Clark family yesterday. Hugh appears to have been the brother of Terence Clark (1832-1888), the father of Charles B. Clark. The father of Terence and Hugh doesn't appear to have been Terence Clark (d 1864), but a Philip Clark (1780s?-1846, 183174118), who was buried in St. Mary's. I do believe, however, that all these Clarks may have been related. Do you have any info that supports Terence and not Philip as Hugh's father?

Added by G. M. Genovese on Sep 08, 2017 7:47 PM

G. M. Genovese
RE: Clark
Excellent! Thank whomever found that. That's him alright.

Added by G. M. Genovese on Sep 08, 2017 7:28 PM

G. M. Genovese
RE: Clark
Doesn't look like it. Charles B is single and living with his parents on the 1880 Census and he 'works in a woolen mill' (hard to read clearly), while Annie Redding is married to her Charles by that census, and he's listed as a 'lager maker'. Checked out the other censuses and they're definitely two different Charles Clarks.

Added by G. M. Genovese on Sep 07, 2017 12:46 PM

G. M. Genovese
RE: Clark
Whoops! Forgot this:

Charles B. Clark married Annie E. Shelley in Philadelphia on 16 Jun 1886. He married Catherine Y. Sears in Philadelphia on 6 Jul 1898. His birth date was listed on one of these documents. The images for these records on FamilySearch haven't been working for me lately, so I couldn't say on which of the documents his birth date was given.

Added by G. M. Genovese on Sep 07, 2017 10:56 AM

G. M. Genovese
RE: Clark
Thanks for the quick reply -

Hopefully this makes sense (but I'd understand if it doesn't)...

Charles B. Clark was living during 1891-1892 with my 2x great grandfather, James McGoldrick (1862-1914) at a house owned by James' aunt (through marriage), Margaret (Foley) Clark. How Charles and Margaret's husband, Michael Clark might have been related, I have yet to figure out. Margaret's sister, Winifred, was married to Michael Kimmet, the brother of James McGoldrick's mother.

Anyway, Catherine (McBride) Clark lived with her daughters Catherine and Agnes in the area of 24xx Factory and then at 610 Grays Ferry on the 1900 and 1910 censuses, respectively. Catherine the mother must have died during the 1910s because her daughters are living with their niece Mary (Riddle) Almeida on the 1920 Census.

Lastly, you have a memorial for Charles' first wife, Annie E Shelley. I just sent an edit for that. His second wife, Katie Y Sears, died around 1928, possibly in Camden.

Hope this helps. Thanks!

Added by G. M. Genovese on Sep 07, 2017 10:49 AM

John Loughney
RE: Lockney's in Old Cathedral

I am sorry, I just noticed your message. I am related to the Loughney's in Philadelphia, most of whom were master boatmans. Feel free to drop me an email at john.loughney at


Added by John Loughney on Aug 25, 2017 3:07 PM

Autistic Wonderboy
RE: O'Neill
According to my notes, the plot location for Rose & Joseph O'Neill is Section 9, Range 18, Lot 60. Charles is buried in the immediate next plot (I'm guessing Lot 62)

Added by Autistic Wonderboy on Aug 10, 2017 7:07 PM

Autistic Wonderboy
Rose O'Neill at Sts. Peter and Paul Cemetery
I took a photo of Rose O'Neill's headstone before heading to work. I will fulfill your photo request as soon as I get home from work. I wanted to bring some names to your attention that I found near Rose's headstone:

Joseph H. O'Neill (d. 1973)
PFC Charles J. O'Neill (1924-1975)

If these names mean anything to you, I took photos of their headstones, and I will upload them to their Find A Grave Memorials upon your photo request.

Added by Autistic Wonderboy on Aug 10, 2017 11:06 AM

McGahey Family
Did you do research for the McGahey family by request of someone or was it done as,part of,your volunteer effort?

Added by JohnHK on Aug 05, 2017 7:15 PM

Jim Carroll
RE: #131380878
Is it the same as I have in the Bio? From Philadelphia Inquirer January 12, 1915 pg7?

If not, send me copy or link via my email address.

I see you research Carroll and Curran. If you check out #130623088 and all the family links, you will find I did most of them. If your research is about these Carroll people, I maybe of some help. Give you GEDCOM file, etc. AND, I have third cousin (Pat) in California who is all over the Curran clan. Again, just email me, if you have any interest.


Added by Jim Carroll on Jul 30, 2017 4:00 PM

Jim Carroll
RE: #131380878
Please remove image of death certificate.

I have both Patrick's and Mary's death certificates and birth and death certificates for all five children. The only time I put them up is when there is a factual dispute with grave marker.

It was nice of you to take the time and effort to make the contribution, but, I would prefer it wasn't there.

Thank you, Jim

Added by Jim Carroll on Jul 30, 2017 2:38 PM

Christina K
RE: McGaughey
My dad is "BK" on Ancestry .

Added by Christina K on Jul 25, 2017 5:49 PM

Christina K
RE: McGaughey
Which company did your mother test her DNA through?

Added by Christina K on Jul 23, 2017 3:07 PM

Christina K
RE: McGaughey
Yes, my family has done their DNA. In this instance, my father's DNA is important as he is a direct male descendant of the McGaugheys and has done his Y67 on FTDNA. His autosomal DNA is on Ancestry, FTDNA, and 23andme as well as It is believed that this branch of McGaugheys descends from William McGaughey 1690 (Ireland)-1750 (York Co., PA)

Added by Christina K on Jul 21, 2017 12:25 PM

Christina K
RE: McGaughey
Yes, I do, Linda. The McGaughey/McGahey family that I descend from lived in Ireland, Pennsylvania, and Tennessee. Feel free to e-mail me.

Added by Christina K on Jul 20, 2017 7:39 PM

RE: Victor Stango & Cecelia Stango
Have you checked out family search? there are many indexed records for that area in Italy, and for the Stango family. You may find more information there. Good luck in your research!

Added by Anonymous on Jul 11, 2017 10:37 PM

RE: Victor Stango & Cecelia Stango
Not directly, one of his descendants married into my husband's tree. If I come across information on someone who has a memorial on findagrave, I will usually ask for the edit, to help others who may be researching the name. Hope that makes sense... Thanks for your help on the update!

Added by Anonymous on Jul 11, 2017 8:51 AM

Jack C
RE: St Johns Cemetery
John Loughery, d. 1863, Phila. Pa, St John the Baptist, Manayunk. #125587583
There is a document below the death certificate.
Thanks. Jack

Added by Jack C on Jun 12, 2017 6:57 AM

Jack C
St Johns Cemetery
Hi. My name is Jack Cleary. I am working on a project helping St. John's update their cemetery records. I was wondering where you found the document that you posted regarding interment for loughery? It would help me a lot with finding other people buried there. Also, if you have sec plot and grave info I can update their records. Thanks for the help.

Added by Jack C on Jun 11, 2017 2:49 PM

K A Poole
My maiden name is Manning. I am related to James Peter Manning of Yeadon; his parents were James Francis Manning and Ruth Anne Joy. I don't recognize any of the other names in your list, so my branch of the Mannings is probably not the one you're looking for.

Added by K A Poole on Mar 18, 2017 8:09 PM

RE: Stinger graves
I'm not related, nor was i really seeking the Stingers out. I work here frequently in my spare time. There are a couple of Stinger stones around this particular lot in Section 204, which is in the process of being aggressively cleared. This one was actually easy to find as both the headstone and footer stone was peeking out of the soil, with about 1" still exposed of their tops, that unfortunately bore the brunt of lawn mower blades over the years.

Added by theGreatGreyMan on Mar 04, 2017 8:13 PM

Harry Senft
RE: Franklin W Arnold Sr
You're welcome, and you can use my picture as long as you credit them.

Frank and Emma are mt neighbors, Emma was like a second Mother to me, her brother Ross is married to one of my first cousins.


Added by Harry Senft on Feb 25, 2017 12:49 AM


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