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Pamela P. Lavery (#46996849)
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Nena Smothers
RE: Charles Smothers Memorial
''You sent a correction suggestion to me saying that Charles Smothers died in 1915. No, he died in 2005. Pamela Lavery''
re read the edit please, its for HIS dob not dod! see gravestone ok, happy trails.
Added by Nena Smothers on Oct 03, 2015 5:37 PM
Bill Bloom
RE: Sandy Bank Burial Ground
Hello Pamela. On the Find A Grave home page for each cemetery there are two tabs in the top left named "Info" and "Map". Click the Map tab and you'll get an interactive map of the location. For Sandy Bank, this is the URL: The GPS coordinates of 39.92548,-75.38504 can also be plugged into Google Maps. It is on Rt.252 (Providence Road) in Media. It's on your right going north, just past Cherry St and before you reach the light at Monroe. From the road you will see the retaining wall with a staircase opening in it. There is a historic marker plaque near it. You can't see any markers from the road since it is about 6-7' above street level. It's a small cemetery, about 1 block in size.
Added by Bill Bloom on Jul 10, 2015 2:22 PM
Rick Bushong
RE: John Hunter in Cecil County, MD
Hello Pamela,

John A. Hunter, was one of three brothers with a photogaph in an original photo album, I was privileged to study. I have collected what civic records I could find on the brother's, here.

There was no William Hunter in the album.

Good Luck,
Added by Rick Bushong on Jun 03, 2015 7:53 AM
Jo Ann Gardner
RE: Hunter Burial Cecil County, MD
Hi Pam My great Uncle married into the Hunter Family. George Dare Smith married Evaline A. Hunter. Her father was John Alexander Hunter, son of Alexander Hunter. I have a lot of stuff on my public tree, John K. Smith, on I got a lot of stuff from another member of the Hunter family.
Jo Ann
Added by Jo Ann Gardner on Jun 03, 2015 7:13 AM
Donna Ozenne
Edward Haley
No, I am not descended from this individual. Sorry.
Added by Donna Ozenne on Jan 28, 2015 9:46 AM
RE: Buck Tombstone in Wilmington and Brandywine Cemetery
Map and the original photo have been sent. From the original you can tell right where they are.
Good Luck, Denise
Added by DNealeDE on Oct 11, 2014 7:20 PM
RE: Buck Tombstone in Wilmington and Brandywine Cemetery
I added the photos to your memorial and deleted mine. I cannot tell you exactly where they are located but I do track which sections I photographed each day.I can get you to that point if you like. I have it tracked on the cemetery map if you want me to email it to you.
Added by DNealeDE on Oct 11, 2014 6:42 PM
Charlie Massey
Massey Cemetery
Hi Pamela,
I've search all my records on the Masseys and I can't find any of Calvin Massey relatives. I don't know where he comes in.

I've been searching for burial place of Mary Polly Brown Massey. She was the wife of Nathan Massey who is buried at Massey-Liles Cemetery. Let me know if you know where she is buried.
Added by Charlie Massey on Sep 19, 2014 2:30 PM
Charlie Massey
Massey Family Cemetery
I recently found the headstone for Parada (you have her name with two rr) Pinson Massey. Where was her husband (James Rice Massey) buried. He died Jan. 13, 1911. He may have been buried by his first wife, Maggie Rhodes.
Added by Charlie Massey on Sep 15, 2014 8:21 PM
Charlie Massey
Massey Family
Added by Charlie Massey on Sep 15, 2014 8:16 PM
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