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Paul Di Troia (#144243)
 member for 16 years, 10 months, 17 days
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Cemeteries have been an interest of mine for as long as I can remember. I actually can't take all the credit here, my wife not only understands what I've been trying to do, but she herself has spent many afternoons and weekends cataloging graveyards with me. I have received a lot of emails from people thanking us for the work we're all doing here and asking for more info.

As an side note, I am not related to 99% of the people here so unfortunately cannot provide any additional information about the person or the family other than what I have obtained from the grave site.
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Jackie Rogers
John H. Mock and wife Clara E. Mock
I changed their names to John Henry Mock and Clara Elizabeth Worthington Mock. I am a 6th cousin of Clara Mock.
They were married in 1917 in Philadelphia per the Philadelphia Marriage Indexes 1885-1951. They had four children. Margaret born about 1919, John Henry Jr. about 1920, Charles born about 1923, and Florence born about 1930. All born in Delaware Co., Pennsylvania.

His birthday and location was in his World War I draft registration cards. By the way, he was a dairyman at the time and he had blue eyes and light color of hair.

They were in the 1920 Census: Nether Providence, Delaware, Pennsylvania and in the 1940 Census: Aston twp., Delaware, Pennsylvania.

Jackie Rogers
Added by Jackie Rogers on Jan 09, 2016 5:04 PM
Dale Unruh
Hannah Green
Hello Paul,

If possible would you mind transferring Hannah Green's memorial to me (4203878). This is my 4x great grandmother.

Added by Dale Unruh on Nov 22, 2015 11:38 PM
George Oxenford
Thanks Paul for updating his memorial, much appreciated.
Added by Lavelle on Nov 19, 2015 9:06 PM
Paul Arthur Nevells 4101727
I was wondering if I could post a copy Paul Arthur Nevells army record?
Thank you,

Added by J A on Nov 15, 2015 4:57 PM
transfer of Howard Reed
Thanks for the transfer.....I am updating Howard's memorial now.
Linda Keown
Added by Linda KEOWN on Oct 26, 2015 6:32 PM
Barbara White-Frank Selletti
William Edward Lloyd Jr #5226071
William Edward Lloyd, Jr (5226071) was the son of William Edward Lloyd, Sr and Margaret G. Fox Lloyd. He was born 08 JAN 1898 in Chester, Delaware Co., PA; died 06 SEP 1954.
William Jr's wife was Martha Isabella Flowers Lloyd.

Barb Selletti
Added by Barbara White-Frank Selle... on Sep 27, 2015 1:24 PM
Carol Voss
William Pyle
Find A Grave Memorial# 5200741. His death cert. says he was buried in Calvary Cemetery, but in Delaware Co.
Added by Carol Voss on Jul 13, 2015 2:10 PM
Roger Parsons
I am looking for a grave in Media Cemetery in Media PA. The name is John J McMahon, (not sure of last name spelling) He was Navy Vet of WWII, and my Father's best friend. Last time I saw his grave was 1963, He had no headstone, all Vets should have one. Would love to know if he ever got one. If you could help me find out, I would be very grateful. Thank You. Roger Parsons
Added by Roger Parsons on Jun 27, 2015 8:36 AM
Amy Ganci
Thanks for the transfer!

Added by Shoe142 on Nov 11, 2014 6:41 PM
Daphne Manuel
RE: Elmwood Cemetery, River Grove, IL
Thank you. . Appreciate your trying. It was the only way I could seem to find anyone working in the Elmwood Cemetery. I, as I likely told you, am now 85 and live just East of Pensacola in the Florida panhandle so, with all the creaks and aches that show up every morning, my being able to go to Illinois and poke around for myself, doesn't look to be something that likely can happen. I was born and raised in St. Charles, IL so it is a favorite part of the county. If you hear of anyone working that area of the country (lucky them), I'd appreciate your putting the question to them if you don't get to the area yourself. Knowing the answers for sure would solve questions on where some 6 or 7 of my missing relatives can be found. I am just beginning to get my daughter interested in the family genealogy but at 85 I'm about the last one hanging around and I'm having to leave her copious notes and hope I can fill in some of the questions and save her a ton of digging. Thanks ever so much for whatever information comes your way on these mysterious people. Wish my curiosity arrived while there were still people I could ask. Tried my best to get what I could from my cousin, Joy Vanda Castic, but, while she admitted to have several boxes of family information never could get her motivated to go thru it or at least send them to me to do myself. I'm sure one of her three may have them but can't get them to respond to my letters.

Daphne Vanda Manuel
Added by Daphne Manuel on Nov 02, 2014 12:49 PM
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