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Mary and Charlie Burrow (#47086746)
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Zoe Tom
Dr Thomas Gibson Herron
'Nice to hear from you.
Thanks for the info.
Zoe

Added by Zoe Tom on Nov 23, 2014 2:20 PM

Judy Cain Bowser
Sumneys at Chartiers
Thanks so much for adding the additional grave stone photos of the Sumney family members who are buried in Chartiers Cemetery. Some I did not know!

Added by Judy Cain Bowser on Nov 22, 2014 6:23 PM

Judy Cain Bowser
Bertha and Everett Sumney
Thank you Mary and Charlie for photos of Bertha and Everett Summey's tombstones in Chatiers Cemetery. The family appreciates your time and good works.

Added by Judy Cain Bowser on Nov 22, 2014 6:09 PM

LLO
Kate Starcher and Mary Frederick
Thank you so much for sending me the obits and transferring Kate Starcher's memorial to me. Your time and efforts are appreciated. LLO

Added by LLO on Nov 17, 2014 11:01 AM

G. C.
RE: William Underwood
Mary,

I bet you have many "meant to be" Serendipity, wonderful things happen. I feel the Soul's, want to be found. I also think the Soul's, read the internet, LOL.

Have you tried looking up the foster sibling on
www.Classmates.com?

If their sibling attended, High School, chances are Classmates.com, may have them on their site.

Thank-you for your kind offer of looking up my
buddy. I know her first name, but not her last,
she said she was Italian, I remember that.

You can look up the first name" without the last name, Ancestry.com, believe it or not. I tried it.

I put a first name, Allegheny County, Pa, and the date of death, I think it was 1959. I found a lot of names. I will keep chipping at it.

You are so wonderful, I get those wonderful chills.

Thank-you for informing about the directory news.
G.C.


Added by G. C. on Nov 16, 2014 3:30 PM

G. C.
RE: William Underwood
I will let you know if and when any
information is found on William grave site.

Perhaps, he is buried in a Potter's field?

Yes, Jenkins Arcade is gone but someone has
a door knob (not me) I recall someone mentioned
that tidbit to me.

But the Pittsburgh Pirates have been doing great!
The stadium looks so beautiful from TV.

"everything beginning has an ending - every ending
had a new beginning"

My childhood buddy died around 1957-1959. I know
the street address, town, would death certificates be looked up by the residence?

She was a foster child, briefly, before her and her sister were in the hospital. It was not pretty, her childhood was not easy, or her little sibling.

I am so determined to find my little buddy, sooner or later, I will keep digging.

GC

Great map of Mt Olivet, I learned something new.
Thank-you, for the map, and for posting, William
Underwood's, death certificate on his memorial.

Added by G. C. on Nov 16, 2014 12:39 PM

norma
RE: HART AT CHARTIERS
Thank you so very much for the photos and obits you posted - Now my problem is WHY the stones for Joel & Alice say one year and the obits' dates are another - once again THANK YOU!!

Added by norma on Nov 16, 2014 11:25 AM

G. C.
RE: William Underwood
Mary,

I will check with these fine people before I send
anyone on wild goose chase. The volunteers are
so wonderful (like yourselves) I do not to waste anyone's generous time on a wild goose chase.

Let me see, if this site has information on Mt Olivet's cemetery for little William.

Interesting, would be the word.

G.C.

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Added by G. C. on Nov 15, 2014 11:53 AM

G. C.
RE: William Underwood


Mary,

Do Pennsylvanian's have all the death certificates
free of charge? 1906-1962?

How did you pull William's, death record,please?

I MISS Pittsburgh. There is no Gimbles, Kaufman's
or Hornes, in memory, there always will be. :)




Thank-you,
G.C.

Added by G. C. on Nov 15, 2014 8:29 AM

G. C.
RE: William Underwood
Mary,

Mt Olivet is on Swallow road, is where I originally had Williams memorial.

Which Mt Olivet, is that, please?

I had him at Swallow Road, and then switched
poor William's, memorial, when you gave me the
link, with the three Underwood's.

Was I right the first time?

Please clear this up, if you have time.

Thank-you,

G.C.

P.S. The caretaker of the cemetery does not
respond.

Added by G. C. on Nov 15, 2014 8:07 AM

G. C.
RE: William Underwood
Hi Mary,

When I lived Pittsburgh I was not interested
in Genealogy, now I can't get enough of it.

I found this snippet on line. A newspaper
subscription is needed. I am not sure
what else the article has to offer.

The Bedford Gazette from Bedford, Pennsylvania Page 2


Pittsburgh.--Fourteen-year-old William Underwood, an inmate of St. Paul's Orphan Asylum, died of injuries sustained when he fell from the top of a cabinet. The lad, it is he saw, was re-enacting a scene he witnessed in a motion picture when the accident occurred.

http://www.newspapers.com/newspage/12334661/



I have, William Underwood's, death certificate which notes he fell from a partition in the assembly hall, which may have been the case.
Would you like for me to sent the death certificate? Mr. Olivet, is where he was buried but not plot was written. How many Mt. Olivets are there?

Thank-you,
G.C.

Added by G. C. on Nov 13, 2014 3:30 PM

G. C.
William Underwood
Mary, Thank-you, for your reply.

Thank-you for your suggestion.

I will try getting a hold of the orphanage
and ask them.

Did you know that www.ancestry.com has free
Pennsylvania death certificates, 1906-1962, on their web site?

Sometimes, Libraries, have a subscription to
ancestry, if you don't.

Thank-you,
G.C.

Added by G. C. on Nov 13, 2014 1:46 PM

G. C.
William Underwood, Mr Olivet
Dear Mary and Charlie,


If you are ever at Mt. Olivet Cemetery, Swallow
Road, Carnegie, and happen to come across,
William Underwood's, grave (died, age 14) at
St. Paul's Orphan Asylum, (he was reenacting
a film scene when he leaped off a cabinet,
a reportly, from a newspaper). Will you please
take a photo if you are at the 1923 section
of the cemetery, I would love to post a photo
of little Williams section, please.

Thank-you,
G.C.

Memorial: 138238639

Added by G. C. on Nov 12, 2014 5:55 AM

sharon howell
Charles Howell
Mary & Charlie,

Hello, Thank you for the addition to Charles Howell. I just entered his memorial on Monday night. He was my second great grandfather. By any chances are you related. I would to talk or email if you are related.

Sharon Howell

Added by sharon howell on Nov 04, 2014 7:52 PM

Robert Courtemanche
RE: Harry Nesbit
No thank you. I buy sell and trade old photos with the intention of trying to get the photos back to their family. I would want someone to do it for me.

Added by Robert Courtemanche on Nov 03, 2014 7:36 AM

Robert Courtemanche
Harry Nesbit
Hi there, I added a photo and some caption to your listing for this man in the subject line. I hope you don't mind.

Added by Robert Courtemanche on Oct 29, 2014 8:39 AM

Dave B
Ralph McCready
Thanks for the photo.

Added by Dave B on Oct 28, 2014 5:10 PM

Erin Nikitchyuk
Painter
Thank you so much for fulfilling my photo request! That was so fast! Your work is very appreciated.

Added by Erin Nikitchyuk on Oct 28, 2014 1:07 PM

Erin Nikitchyuk
Palmer
Thanks so much for the transfer! What a nice surprise. Good people come from Pittsburgh and TN ;)

(All my paternal ancestors came through Allegheny and my father now runs a Bed & Breakfast Inn in Jackson TN!)

This genealogist/photographer appreciates your efforts!

Erin

Added by Erin Nikitchyuk on Oct 28, 2014 1:03 PM

RobMinteer57
Anna Pall, not Anna Pail
Please remove the picture of the wrong death notice from Anna Pall's page...

Added by RobMinteer57 on Oct 14, 2014 7:46 PM

Nancy Caruthers Karns
Roy Welshhans
Dear Mary and Charlie, thank you so much for the transfer. I really, really appreciate it.
Nancy Karns

Added by Nancy Caruthers Karns on Oct 11, 2014 8:36 PM

Nancy Caruthers Karns
Roy Welshhans Oakdale 87107555
Hi, would you consider transferring management of the Roy Welshhans memorial to me? He is my great-uncle, brother to my grandmother Naomi Welshans Caruthers. I would really appreciate it. Thank you. Nancy Caruthers Karns

Added by Nancy Caruthers Karns on Oct 11, 2014 8:01 AM

JR Jamieson
Robert Young
Thnk you for taking the time and making the effort for the picture of the grave stone for Robert Young. He is not a direct blood relationship but is part of the family of my Dad's cousin's extended family.

Added by JR Jamieson on Oct 10, 2014 4:02 PM

Jack Weiszer
Gravestone photos
Thank you so much for taking the time and trouble to find and photograph the gravestones for me. It means a lot.
Jack Weiszer

Added by Jack Weiszer on Oct 07, 2014 10:44 AM

Laurie Weeks
Amelia Kelker (Chiocca)
Thank you so much for your time in finding the death certificate for Amelia Chiocca. She was my great grandmother. If there is anyway you could take a picture of her grave marker (and her husband Frank), that would be wonderful. My dad grew up not knowing any of his fathers family. After my dad died, I made it my aim to find has much information as possible. Amelia I see is buried at Calvary Cemetery in Pittsburgh, 718 Hazelwood Ave. She should be by her husband, Frank (Francisco) Chiocca, along with some of their children, James Chiocca and maybe John Chiocca. Thank you so much for your service.

Laurie

Added by Laurie Weeks on Sep 21, 2014 2:05 PM

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