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Sallie Pierdolla (#47624213)
 member for 3 years, 5 months, 24 days
M Roberts
RE: Friends Cemetery Baltimore Md
I accidently found the Friends' Intelligencer and Journal through the website just a couple of days ago. I was searching for my great-great grandmother, and her death announcement in the FI came up.
You can just search for Friends' Intelligencer and Journal on the Internet without going to mocavo. You can try googlebooks and, too. It was published for many years.
Good luck in your search.

Added by M Roberts on Oct 09, 2014 2:15 PM

Natalia Danesi
Agnes Hopkins
Dear Sallie,
I transferred her to your management.
best wishes

Added by Natalia Danesi on Sep 18, 2014 4:31 PM

Sara Schroers
M.L.D. request
Hi Sallie,

I visited the Wesley Cemetery this morning and the caretaker was onsite. The MLD monument is located to the immediate left of the Benjamin Brown monument. The space for MLD is E-85. I took a picture of them both if you'd like that as well, just let me know.

Best Regards,
Sara Schroers

Added by Sara Schroers on Aug 13, 2014 9:57 AM

RE: Benjamin Brown family transfers
You are most welcome. I'm glad your family history is coming together for you.

Added by Becky on Jul 11, 2014 8:25 AM

RE: Cook Family Requests Cedar Hill, Newark,OH
Thanks Sallie. I'll send a note when I get the photos up.

Added by @ngel on Jun 28, 2014 9:33 PM

RE: Cook Family Requests Cedar Hill, Newark,OH
Sallie,, It's absolutely no trouble at all. Perhaps one day markers can be placed...I have family in New York, Penn and Virginia all without markers, also in Oregon. That's what keeps me going...maybe one day. Keep your head up, at least you know where they are, that sometimes is the biggest chore. I can post a photo if you'd like of the plot. Just let me know. Thank you so much for the effort you've put in to keeping the history alive.


Added by @ngel on Jun 26, 2014 5:03 PM

Cook Family Requests Cedar Hill, Newark,OH
Hello Sallie, I am sorry to say that I was able to find the burial location for George, Martha and Florence Cook at Cedar Hill Cemetery in Newark, Ohio, but there are no markers or headstones. They are buried in Sec 8 Lot 755

--@ngel #47774099

Added by @ngel on Jun 26, 2014 4:23 PM

RE: Thank you
I am glad I was able to find it for you

Added by Bobby on Jun 10, 2014 5:53 PM

RE: David Brown friends Cemetery Baltimore

Sorry, hit the wrong key before :-)

I've transferred David Brown in Friends Cemetery to you. I'm glad he finally found a home. If you have access to GenealogyBank newspaper archive, you can find advertisements he placed for his patent medicines in the Baltimore papers. Also, his obituary.

I don't know anything about his family. Once I determined he wasn't my relative (from the newspaper articles), I stopped looking.


Added by cmarek on May 09, 2014 9:12 PM

Dennis Healy
mt olivet-Lewis
Henrietta buried 3/15/1877 no stone

Added by Dennis Healy on Apr 01, 2014 2:36 PM

Dennis Healy
Mt Olivet-Perry
no stone for albert

Added by Dennis Healy on Apr 01, 2014 12:59 PM

RE: Benjamin Brown
I am happy for you. It is truly a wonderful feeling when you can find another piece of the puzzle.

Added by Becky on Mar 20, 2014 7:48 AM

RE: Chessman
You are very welcome!

Added by justme on Oct 09, 2013 9:05 PM

Rebecca "Brown" Lewis
You might try contacting the Carroll County Genealogical Society. Google the name to bring up their website or e-mail them at ccgs1752@hotmail dot com. They may be able to point you in the right direction. Sorry I can't be of more help and good luck in your search!

Added by Seagull on Oct 07, 2013 10:56 AM

RE: Mary Bolton
P S. to the last message. St John's Lutheran Church has three cemeteries, the Old, the New and Immanuel? Cemeteries. This is due to a combination of two congregations sometime in the past. Go to their website at and in the history section is a list of people their records indicate are buried there. I checked all three and Julius is not listed, so I think with the information from Sunset and the lack of Julius' records at Lutheran it would be safe to change the memorial to Sunset. Your call. Let me know if you want me to send that headstone photo on your private email. (I'm not sure how to do that on this message system.)


Added by rwy on Oct 01, 2013 9:56 PM

RE: Mary Bolton
I received information from the cemetery that Julius is in fact in the grave next to Mary. What would you like to do? The death certificate indicates he is in New Lutheran and the memorial is at New Lutheran. Let me know. I believe that it would be best if I send the headstone photo to you and let you decide what you want to do.

Bob Young

Added by rwy on Oct 01, 2013 9:44 PM

Mary Bolton
I don't have an answer from the cemetery office yet about whether Mary's husband is actually buried with her. I fulfilled this request because it was about to expire. When I get the answer on Julius I will update the caption on Mary's photo, if necessary and let you know what I found out.

Added by rwy on Sep 27, 2013 2:34 AM

I uploaded a photo of Orin's marker. I received this request last week and fulfilled the request. I found that there are two memorials for Orin, yours and one on memorial number 82321564. That is the one I completed earlier. Anyway, there are photos on both memorials. I also uploaded a photo of the marker on Ida's memorial. I leave it to you to straighten out the duplication, if you wish.

Added by rwy on Sep 27, 2013 2:30 AM

Mary Bolton
I went to Sunset to complete the Mary Bolton request. There is a large stone with Mary and her husband Julius there, however; the memorial for Julius is at the New Lutheran Cemetery in SA. It is possible that the stone at sunset is just a memorial for Julius with his wife, or it is possible he was moved. His death certificate confirms the Lutheran Cemetery. I am going to hold the Mary request until I can get info from Sunset on Julius. It should be the middle of the week.

Added by rwy on Sep 23, 2013 12:44 AM

RE: S Rebecca Lewis
I'm sorry but I do not know anything about Sallie. I checked the Baltimore Sun and did not find an obit.

Added by Becky on Sep 22, 2013 6:26 PM

RE: David Brown Friends Cemetery

What a coincidence that your John Brown & sons were blacksmiths, as was my David Brown and his youngest son William!

David, his wife and 3 of his children were born in Scotland, the last one in 1816. Sometime between then and 1824, when his next daughter (my ancestor) was born, they moved to Virginia. The next time I'm sure I have a location for him is 1840, when his wife died while they were living in Baltimore.

I can't be 100% sure the directory entries I've found are really my David. The only census record I've found is 1850, a year before David died. I'm letting David rest while I research other ancestors. I'll get back to him when I have more free time.


Added by cmarek on Sep 08, 2013 3:21 PM

RE: David Brown Friends Cemetery

Unfortunately, the David Brown in Friends Cemetery isn't my relative. My cousin mistakenly thought he was our 5-greats-grandfather. My David was a Presbyterian blacksmith. This David sold patent medicines and lived at Exeter & Salisbury Streets in Baltimore. Other than those two bits of information (from GenealogyBank), I don't know anything about him or his family.

If you think you are related to the David Brown in Friends Cemetery, I'd be happy to transfer the memorial to you.


Added by cmarek on Sep 04, 2013 7:11 PM

Emory Schnuriger
RE: AsaJames Brown fort bliss Ceme
Sorry I did not reply sooner. I did not want to enter a long message here. I will send you an email or use one of your memorials EDIT tab for suggestions and leave a message.

Added by Emory Schnuriger on Sep 04, 2013 8:31 AM

Emory Schnuriger
RE: AsaJames Brown fort bliss Ceme
Yes, The Brown's from south Bexar County are in my family tree. Along with the Campbell, Shields, Robinson, Thompson, and others families from the Oakley area.

Added by Emory Schnuriger on Aug 30, 2013 5:49 AM

John W
More WW-108
Within the boundary of WW-108 is a memorial for Amoss.
T. Raymond Amoss born Aug 10 1872, died May 6, 1940. Elizabeth C. Amoss, born Apr 26, 1888 and died Dec 20 1980.

Additionally, there are 2 small stones, perhaps for children, one has the letters MAC and the death date is July ? 1888.
The other stone is badly worn and is not legible.

Any of these people in your family?

I will send a separate e-mail with a photo of the gap in WW-108.


Added by John W on Aug 06, 2013 7:14 PM


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