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Xrayeyes24 (#47323204)
 member for 5 years, 14 days
Dan Phelan
RE: Richard Traylor
Hi Xr,
You are welcome. That sections is always hit and miss with markers. Markers and graves there are generally by date, unlike any other section in the cemetery. Cemetery had no record of a marker for him. I found other markers in the photos with about the same dates of death, so that is where he should be.
Yeah it was hot, I only got a few that day.

Added by Dan Phelan on Jul 22, 2015 10:13 AM

Michael R Miller
RE: Ringler Family
You are very welcome, glad I could do it


Added by Michael R Miller on Jan 03, 2015 1:45 PM

Louis Roth
RE: Albert Toffri
Darlene - you're most welcome

Added by Louis Roth on Dec 29, 2013 7:47 PM

Most Holy Redeemer
4300 Belair Road
Baltimore City
Maryland USA
Postal Code: 21206
Phone: 410-485-4227
I will gladly photograph for you, but this place is MASSIVE, if you call and provide me with more information, I will gladly fulfill the request.

Added by Michelle on Sep 23, 2012 4:48 AM

M Santora
RE: Joseph Lampkin Request
thanks......Singer Road goes back to the Civil War era.

Added by M Santora on Aug 17, 2012 8:42 AM

RE: Pascal Family, Baltimore Cemetery
I see what you mean about De Pascals. George W. Pascal (born c.1870) seems to have become George W. De Pascal by the 1930 U.S. Census.

In the 1900 U.S. Census, George and Catherine's Marion was a daughter. Or is that incorrect?

Below is a snippet of an obituary. This is the free part. The whole obituary would cost $3.95. It may continue on to say he was buried in Baltimore National Cemetery. However, that part could belong to someone else in the obituaries that day.

The Sun - Oct 7, 1950

MARION DE VON, beloved husband of Madeline E. De Pascal (nee White), of 1016 Rosedale street. Funeral services will be held at William J. Tlckner…

Added by myta on Jun 21, 2012 2:47 PM

RE: Pascal Family, Baltimore Cemetery
Hi Darlene,

Why don't you contact me at directly.

I have a George W. Pascal (born c.1870) who was the son of Marion A. Pascal (c.1831 - 20/21 June 1878) and Mary Catherine (Trammel) Pascal (c.1831 - 17 Sept 1896), but I don't have anything more about George.

I have a bunch of stuff about various Pascal families if that George isn't the correct one.

I never really got anywhere with my friend's Pascal family back beyond what they already sort of knew. But in the process of trying I came up with a lot of information. Plus what the professional genealogist was able to come up with.

There was a Pascault family in Baltimore City too, but I never saw any De Pascals.


Added by myta on Jun 21, 2012 1:50 PM

RE: Pascal Family, Baltimore Cemetery
I did some research for a friend with the maiden name of Pascal. She had some research that her father had a professional genealogist do. So the plots probably came from the research that the professional did. I don't know if they have gravemarkers. Have you contacted the cemetery to make sure the plots are correct?

How are you related to the Pascals? I might have some other information that I could share with you.

Added by myta on Jun 21, 2012 12:04 PM

John Roebling Deppish
Thank you very much for the photographs of the grave marker of John Roebling Deppish, the Deppish graves area and the entrance to Baker Cemetery. They are excellent photographs, and I am most grateful to you. Have a great day.

Added by Stan on Jun 13, 2012 4:04 PM

RE: Paul Renosky
I have transfered your dad to you. I'm very sorry for your loss.

Added by Beulah on Sep 28, 2011 10:33 PM

Denny & Linda Clowser
RE: Hello!
Hi Darlene,
We are all doing well. We sure miss your Dad, he was a great guy!!
Denny & Linda

Added by Denny & Linda Clowser on Sep 27, 2011 8:19 PM

Stephen Keefe
RE: Burris/Byrd/Warfield Baker Cemetery
Thank you, Darlene! No apologies necessary, it's a great help to me that you were able to photograph all three of the gravestones. Thanks for taking the time to do that. Steve Keefe

Added by Stephen Keefe on Sep 27, 2011 7:17 PM

Stephen Keefe
RE: Warfield Markers
Hi Darlene, thanks very much for transferring the two Warfield memorials at Findagrave. No rush on photographing the stone, but it would be a great help to me to further research these three women on this monument (Gloria Burris, Emma Byrne, and Bertha Burris). I have created memorials for them at Baker Cemetery. Thanks for your help! Steve Keefe

Added by Stephen Keefe on Sep 07, 2011 4:15 PM

Pat Foster
RE: Swift Memorial
Thank you for taking the time to get this photo for me. Sorry i haven't said thank you before but i have a new grandson born yesterday. If you would post the rest of the pictures i would appreciate it. Thank you
pat Foster

Added by Pat Foster on Aug 20, 2011 10:00 PM

Stephen Keefe
RE: Warfield Markers
Hi Darlene;
I researched the two Warfield graves next to Flora (Burris) Warfield and confirmed that Tom Warfield is Flora's husband and Wayne Warfield is one of Tom and Flora's sons. I would be glad to assume ownership of Tom and Wayne's memorials - thanks for offering!

I also researched the large marker with multiple names on it and found the following: Gloria J Burris is Flora's sister, and Bertha R (Byrd) Burris is Gloria and Flora's mother. Also, Emma M Byrd is Bertha R (Byrd) Burris' mother. I have created memorials for Gloria, Bertha and Emma and linked them all together. This is a very significant discovery for me as I had no idea where these people were interred. I had been looking on the eastern shore because Bertha's husband George Edmund Burris is buried near Crumpton Maryland.

Could I ask that you take a picture of this headstone from a different angle so that the death dates are visible, then post it to Gloria, Emma, and Bertha's memorials? That would be a great help. Again, thanks very much! Steve Keefe, Port Republic MD

Added by Stephen Keefe on Aug 20, 2011 7:59 PM

Stephen Keefe
RE: Warfield Markers
Hi Darlene;
Thanks very much for taking the photos of Flora's gravestone as well as the two other men interred there. I'm pretty sure that Tom is her husband. I'm on travel now but will return late this week, so will research this more over the weekend. I would be glad to assume ownership for the two Warfield men's markers that you photographed, and also noted the large marker with 'Gloria Burris', 'Bertha Burris' and 'Emma By..' (obscured by shrub) in addition to Flora. This is significant! Do you have an idea of Emma's last name? I'm guessing Byrne but not sure. I'll research this too and get back to you. Thanks again! Steve Keefe

Added by Stephen Keefe on Aug 17, 2011 3:59 PM

Henry Webber
RE: Hazel Kessler
Thank you looking for Hazel Kessler's gravesite. I'm still working on the issue to resolve this issue on her burial locate. Thanks so much for your efforts.
Henry Webber

Added by Henry Webber on Jul 11, 2011 6:11 AM

Thank you
Thank you very much for getting Carroll's picture. If you need anything in the Relay area please let me know!

Added by Rundowns on Jul 09, 2011 7:28 AM

Gene White
Hi! Did you receive my emails? Gene

Added by Gene White on Jun 21, 2011 3:18 AM

RE: Thank you!
You're very welcome.

Added by bhufton on Jun 19, 2011 9:15 PM


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