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Joyce Erway (#47230840)
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William Hearn
RE: Thanks...
That Robert Rupert is the only one I could find. Please write back whenever you can.

Added by William Hearn on Jun 05, 2014 4:48 PM

William Hearn
RE: Robert Rupert
Ma'am, I won't create memorials just for numbers. The only Rupert I know is Robert Wesley Rupert who married Violet May Hearn. They are buried in Riverview Cemetery in Huntingdon Borough. I have not researched the Ruperts but if you need any help, I would be glad too. I know of Walter and Katie Cole Rupert. I just took a quick look. in 1880, Walter seems to be staying with his grandparents Daniel and Margaret Rupert in the city of York according to the census. Birth years are Daniel 1807, Margaret 1804, and Walter is 1876. In 1850 they are in Springfield, Ohio and the kids initials are listed and not their names. That's all I know for now. William Hearn Johnstown, PA.

Added by William Hearn on Jun 04, 2014 6:25 PM

Grace Petron
Benjamin Start death certificate
In looking at the death certificate, I see there is an 1890 death date. Is this man buried in the same cemetery as the one you created? Do we need a newspaper obituary to find out who this one is? I am confused. Thanks for the message about the California Benjamin from the Ancestry database, that one does not come up on Familysearch. Then I rechecked your earlier suggestion about the Veterans Census 1890 and there he is with his service dates! So now we know he was alive yet in 1890. And not on the 1900 census.... I recently heard from the gentleman helping Martha Startt so maybe the plot will thicken. Have a good holiday. Grace

Added by Grace Petron on Dec 21, 2013 4:59 PM

Conservative Patriot
Swimelar updates made
Swimelar updates made thanks

Added by Conservative Patriot on Aug 24, 2013 9:19 PM

Dee E
RE: J.Franklin Cole
The information came from the Baltimore Sun obituaries. There were only a few & I haven't gotten to Greenmount yet for photos.

I'm not related to J. Franklin Cole so transferred him to you. You don't need to send me any info-you can add it right to the memorials when I transfer them.

Added by Dee E on Jun 24, 2013 3:52 PM

Dee E
RE: J.Franklin Cole
I don't have too many listings in Greenmount but if you just use the "edit" tab for J. Franklin Cole, I'll be happy to add or correct any of the information.

Added by Dee E on Jun 22, 2013 5:27 PM

robert breneman
RE: Where is Nannie Hobbs Godwin
I am not sure if you are referring to Find a grave or if you are referring to a different database, but your question is not an easy one to answer for 2 reasons..

1) St. Vincents is a defunct cemetery which no longer exists, and is now actually a golf course, and God only knows "where" the remains are. My understanding is perhaps 1-2 tombstones from that cemetery are still in existence, unless you know more.

2) Nannie is not actually buried at St Vincents, but if you look closely at the record for her, she is actually in Holy Cross Cemetery, which is also defunct, and exact locations of the remains are unknown and all or at least most of the markers are destroyed, though some minimal effort was made to relocate what survived to another cemetery.

But in any event, most of what is known about St Vincent is already in find a grave.

Added by robert breneman on Dec 14, 2010 4:31 PM

ga47
this is correct...I hope
Tom Chalkley wrote an article Grave Circumstances in 2001 which included Saint Vincents and I used (with his permission) some of the article for Filippo Marino's memorial.

Added by ga47 on Jun 11, 2010 3:01 PM

ga47
"Grave Circumstances
Tom Chalkley wrote an article Grave Circumstances in 2001 which included Saint Vincents and I used (with his permission) some of the article for Filippo Marino's memorial.

Added by ga47 on Jun 11, 2010 2:57 PM

ga47
RE: St. Vincent Cemetery
Hi Joyce,
Those pictures were taken in 2007 at what used to be Saint Vincent de Paul Cemetery.
My interest was due to the fact that my wife's Great Grandmother is buried there.
Tom Chalkley wrote an article in 2001 which included Saint Vincents and I used (with his permission) some of the article for Filippo Marino's memorial.
Hope this is of some help
Guy

Added by ga47 on Jun 11, 2010 2:49 PM

 
 

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