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kelley (#47012276)
 member for 7 years, 6 months, 3 days
Dan Oh
Louis Apple
I've sent some information on Mary Apple, including her husband. I know this is her husband: as his very lengthy obituary matches this burial to a T. I have Mary's tombstone photo which I will soon add. Louis is out of my geography.

Anyway, my point is: I can transcribe this Louis information, but it is entirely too much if it is not going to get posted on his site. I know you don't own his entry, but if you get ownership and assure me it will be added I will gladly go through it.

Contact me via email at .

I will send this piece to the owner of his Find A Grave entry in Bucks County, and see if it gets posted:

Daily Local News, West Chester, Chester County, Pa
April 18, 1904

APPLE- ON the 15th inst., Lewis W. Apple, aged 40 years.

Relatives and friends, also West Chester Lodge, No. 322, F. & A. M., and Fame Fire Company are respectfully invited to attend the funeral from his late residence, corner of High and Miner strets, on Tuesday, the 19th inst., leaving on 8:25 train. Interment at Hill Town Cemetery, Bucks County. Services will be held on Monday evening at 7:30 o'clock, when body can be viewed.

Pall Bearers selected.

The funeral of the late Louis W. Apple will take place to-morrow forenoon, the remains being taken to Hilltown, Bucks County, where the interment will be made. The pall-bearers have been selected by different organizations and will be as follows: West Chester Pioneers, Howard Hawley, Charles O. Hoffman; Fame Fire Company, L.C. Moses, D. M. Golder and R. O. Jefferis; Milton Masonic Lodge, Edward K. Burnman. This evening the members of the Fame and Pioneers will view the body of their late member at his home.

Added by Dan Oh on Jun 17, 2015 12:34 PM

dave trout
harry trout obit.
thank you for putting my grandfathers obit. on here
dave trout

Added by dave trout on May 05, 2015 8:54 AM

Theresa O
RE: Bartholomew Foley
I did find a John P. (1879-1967) and Mary (1882-1963) Foley in that section, but not the same location. I have a picture if you're interested.

Added by Theresa O on Apr 16, 2015 2:04 PM

Monument Hunter
Charles Reed Martin
Thank you so much for transfering management of this memorial to me. I have so many family links add to him. Thank you for adding the bio, too. I have all the LDS genealogy papers, and I have all the pictures you mentioned. I will be adding them to the memorial. I enjoyed the letter from Busters wife as well. I'll keep you in my prayers for you to have a full and fast recovery from your illness. It's no fun having to drag around oxygen tubes. Since you and my husband are cousins, I look forward to much exchange of Martin family information. I also look forward to your next communication. Again, thank you for all the info, but especially for the transfer of management. I sincerely appreciate it. Please keep in close touch. Best wishes, Glenda

Added by Monument Hunter on Feb 12, 2015 12:07 AM

Vicki Carroll
Charles Wack
Hello, I had to go to the Bunker Hill Cemetary web-site and I found some information for you on Charles and Clara Wack.
Two lots were purchased on July 1,1941 at $4.00 a piece. They were purchased by James Ray Wack. Lot#76
Sections SE3&SE4
It also says that Clara and Charles were born in 1858 and they both passed in 1941.
I will try to find them for you. My cousin will take a picture and send to Find a Grave.
Cross your fingers!

Added by Vicki Carroll on Oct 08, 2014 5:17 PM

Juancito Holland
Milo Shorts
To get your request for a photo of this person at Live Oak Memorial Park in Monrovia, California it would help if you could call the cemetery and obtain the grave location and add that information to your request, or message me with the location.

They are very busy but they do respond to requests but you might have to leave them your email or telephone number so that they can contact you with the grave location at a time to suit their work schedule.

Their number is (626) 359-5311

Kind regards

John Di Angelo

Added by Juancito Holland on Aug 22, 2014 9:57 AM

Dan Oh
Jason Broomall
I didn't see an obit for this burial. I changed the name at your request.

Added by Dan Oh on Apr 26, 2014 9:58 AM

Dan Oh
Jason Broomall
Give me until Saturday to make this change. I want to see if I can find the obit. Leaving it on my 'things to do' list will prompt my memory to look it up.

Added by Dan Oh on Apr 24, 2014 7:58 AM

Mary Kelly
RE: Edward J Ervin
none just did research on that name.

Added by Mary Kelly on Feb 02, 2014 5:23 PM

J Sadler
Jeanette Wilson

FYI I added her husband to findagrave along with the marker picture.

J. Sadler

Added by J Sadler on Aug 30, 2013 4:16 PM

Michael A. Higgins
Pvte. Bart Chambley Marker
Many many thanks for image of Pvte Bart Chambley 69th Pa Inf for image of his marker.Much appreciated = Michael Higgins

Added by Michael A. Higgins on Aug 26, 2013 11:34 PM

Israel Kester
Thanks for the photo!!! My 3rd great grand uncle. Died of Typhoid Fever during civil war service

Added by JTJ on Aug 26, 2013 6:40 PM

Mike O
Todd at Trinity Reformed
Hello Kelley, Are you related to the Todd's at Trinity Reformed? If so, drop me a line at Mike

Added by Mike O on Jun 26, 2013 4:06 PM

larry eanes
Whats up
Hey Kell, just saying hello, your pal

Added by larry eanes on May 25, 2013 6:29 PM

Mr. Francis McArdle
Leo Forsythe
I found some burial info for Leo M Forsythe. It says he was buried on Dec 26th, 1905, aged 2 months.
I went to the plot and there is no headstone. I could fulfill your request by submitting the photo of his burial info in place of a headstone photo.
Let me know if you want me to do this or I could email the photo directly to you and you can cancel the photo request.
Francis McArdle
member #48054462

Added by Mr. Francis McArdle on Apr 18, 2013 7:15 PM

RE: Smith
You're quite welcome.

Added by Byron on Oct 26, 2012 8:54 PM

Robert Hobdell
Pvt Joseph McKinney
Hi Kelley, I saw you took the McKinney stone photo on April 49th 2011. I was wondering if you know what section this is in or possibly remember what side of the cemetery. Joseph is incorrectly listed as being in lot 63 of section 111 in the GSP database. I am working with Fred Facciolli to create a corrected database of MM burials. Thanks, rob w/FOMMC

Added by Robert Hobdell on Oct 17, 2012 9:54 AM

I have a question about Williard S. I know he was born in Delaware.,married to Sadie E. Robbins,(who remarried in April/1/1920), they lived in the DC area, 14th st NW, there were numberous others living in that house but not any other Robbins.
He was a government clerk for 31 years, his body was shipped back to delaware by PA RR, "to milford". I am still looking for his grave, but don't you think its odd, that the death certificate did NOT list oddfellows as to where he was being buried, or that all the other Robbins are in Barratt's? Do you have any info on him, ie another member of family,ie first wife who had died before him, SOME reason he might be in ODDFELLOWS? other than it is printed in their cemetery page, when I know ERRORS happen?

Added by gennie on Sep 27, 2012 10:25 AM

Marti Drumheller
Saint Agnes Cemetery
I tried to get in but the gates are locked. I do have a friend who is a member there and might be able to help. I will ask her today...

Added by Marti Drumheller on Apr 12, 2012 4:37 AM

Laquata McDonald
Elliot Cemetery
I was just over the hill to Jackson/Wilson area yesterday. There is still two feet of snow in most of that area.. When the snow disappears I will go look for you.


Added by Laquata McDonald on Apr 05, 2012 4:34 PM

Don Green
Fred Howarth
Photographed Fred & Louise Howarth at Green Hills. Suspect they were husband & wife, but couldn't be sure so didn't request they be linked.


Added by Don Green on Mar 21, 2012 4:27 PM

Don Green
RE: Howarth
You're very welcome for the photos, Kelley. No, didn't see any other Howarths in the area. There was a John & Emma Ahlin to the left and a couple of unmarked graves to the right. I think I just claimed another Howarth in Green Hills :)


Added by Don Green on Mar 14, 2012 4:45 PM

Dan Oh
Photo for Joan Chandler

You'll notice that I put a grave location, albeit I am not certain it is the proper location. In that plot the headstone for Barbara et al is listed but not for Joan.

1. Do you know for a fact there is a stone?
2. Do you know where in the cemetery the grave is located?
3. Do you recognize that Barbara et al stone as being related to Joan?

Thus far, the office records aren't helping me find your burial for a photo shoot. (And believe me, I've walked around St. Agnes' quite a bit.)

Added by Dan Oh on Jan 09, 2012 11:57 AM

Paul S.
Atmajian 2
Thank you for adding the grave picture! It starts off my collection of the graves there, hope to get more in the future. I added a page for Charles Atmajian so you can upload your picture to him too!

Added by Paul S. on Aug 22, 2011 10:25 AM

Paul S.
Yes she did die in 1955, must be the same! I am very excited, I am trying to get a picture of all the Armenian graves at Mount Moriah. I have a list but have never been able to get there, and even if I did I am sure many of them would be too overgrown to find. Thanks for finding that, I am really glad you did!

Added by Paul S. on Aug 18, 2011 1:50 PM


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