|Carol & David||RE: Anselmo Smarrelli|
I found the following on Ancestry: Death Certificate #101454 which lists he was born 8.13.1867 and died 10.25.1926 under the name Anselmo Smorrelli, parents listed as Tony Smorrelli and mother Marie Corman(?), born in Italy and died in Easton Hospital. He was working at the Alpha Portland Cement Company and it appears he fell breaking his kneecap, had an operation for it and may have died during or from the operation.
This birth date on the death certificate does not match his year on the gravestone but I doubt he would have been working at the age of 73 if the 1853 was right. The date of death also matches an entry of his death from letters of administration and other records from Northampton County under Onselmo Smarrelli listed in Ancestry.
It appears whoever gave the year of birth for the grave stone was incorrect based on the death certificate. I could find no census records to see what year of birth might be listed for him in them. Hope this helps.
|david dorsey||RE: Wilbanks Photo|
James R Wilbanks
May 12 1876
Aug 15 1883
son of EJ and EE Wilbanks
there is another James R wilbanks
which I probably have a pic of just cant make it out
or it was damaged and now missing
I have several photos of the unmarked graves
|David Mitchell||RE: Cemetery location|
You can see the graves from the old dirt rd., this is private land, the drive way to the trailer is on Hwy. 53 on right just past Sam Hunt Rd.
|Eric Speck||RE: Eustachio Calfo|
The a/k/a note came from the cemetery database:
|Roanna Camden Cann||RE: Griffith Dickenson 1757-1843|
I sent you an email with the relationships and an invitation to my Ancestry.com tree. He was my 5th paternal and 4th maternal great grandfather.
|Jerry Thompson Clark||RE: Martin Pittman pic|
No more info on the stone, sorry. I wish I could be of more help.
|Edward Gorman||RE: Mary Found for real this time|
Not at all they are yours. No credit needed. :)
|Edward Gorman||Mary Found for real this time|
Sorry I am new to this and the directions I had were off. I was back today and searched again and found them. New pictures up there now.
|Edward Gorman||RE: Thanks|
Yes. I was looking up at it, as it was the top row of the mausoleum. I had talked to the office and they told me exactly where it was. Not sure why it doesn't have anything on it - it looks like something was there and it was removed.
|Edward Gorman||RE: Mary Caiolfi Durbano|
Ok. I found it. It is in the masouleum. It was located in Core H Tier F - Crypt 1. I took a picture of it. For some reason the names were not on the crypt.
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