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My main areas of interest are the Irish of Mount Carmel, Northumberland County and the cemeteries of the Numidia area of Columbia County, Pennsylvania.|
I can do lookups for a good deal of the cemeteries of those areas. In addition, I do findagrave volunteer picture requests for Lebanon and western Berks County cemeteries.
I try my best to verify information through several sources before I make a memorial. However, no one's perfect. If you find a mistake or would like something added to one of my memorials, please let me know and I'll be happy to correct/update.
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|Carol Queen||153198486 James F Collier|
Thank you for letting me know about this memorial. I knew I had checked and there was none for him, but I did not put my memorial in right away. I had some more info I wanted before I did. I never expected someone would create one must 5 days before I did.
I have sent a message to the owner of the memorial for Ancilla and asked her to move her loving clipping about James F to your memorial.
James F is a distant relative and as long as someone has a memorial to him, I am happy. I am going to keep mine up for about a week giving the other person time to move their clipping and connect Ancilla to your James F. After that, I will remove mine.
|Michele Mensinger-Power||George L Mensinger 79801934|
You left a message on this memorial with the comment Son of Samuel Mensinger and Mary Mummey. Do you have any more information on them. They are my 3x great grandparents. Thank you!
|Neil D Scheidt||RE: Lee burials|
|Neil D Scheidt||RE: Lee burials|
I respectfully request you list the source record for proof of burial in the bio section.
|Joanne Gross Vaughn||RE: William Lally|
Beth, Please send Big Thanks to Judy B # 47533410, as she had a memorial up for him and I had one that Peggy put up. So I emailed her to delete hers and I copied the pic over and gave her credit for it. Long story- but this all came about when I was out on Saturday night and we got talking about ghosts being at certain places, and one of the Hookies members said about Hookies mentioned about one being there and I remembered typing the obit up for him, though I did not know it was William Lally till I looked for it again and found it. Poor guy that I sent it to- he is care taker for a church here in town and lo-and behold I had an obit stating about a the caretaker of that church falling down the steps to his death in the 1930's. Now he is freaked to go in church basement
Thank you for the correction. I have made the cemetery change.
I was wondering how you obtained additional personal information that you list on some memorials. I'm trying to solve a mystery with my gg grandmother and a son and I saw that you have her listed as his mother. Was wondering if you have other sources to find this info. It's a long and complicated story but you can e-mail me privately so I can explain. Thank you.
|Joe Leach||RE: Adam Leach in Christ Church Cemetery|
Thanks - I have visited the cemetery office, where I was granted access to the record books. If a written record of Adam existed, it's been lost, as there are no record entries before 1929. The caretaker said that there were so many deaths in the 1918 time frame that they couldn't keep up, and didn't record them. I will check the other records as you suggested.
Until next time,
|Joe Leach||Adam Leach in Christ Church Cemetery|
Hi - I've walked the subject cemetery several times and have been unable to find my 4th great grandfather's headstone. May I ask how you've determined that he's buried there? The written cemetery records only go back to 1929. I admit it's likely, since he died in the nearby hospital, but I've been trying to collect information on him with limited success. Knowing how you know he's there may help me in my genealogy search.
Thanks for what you do.
|Rainewoods||st joseph cemetery locust gap pa|
I visited st joseph cemetery in locust gap last month to see my ggrandparents' gravesite but I was unable to find any gravestones for the Morgan family. They are listed on this site - Elizabeth martz morgan 1861 - 1949 and her spouse joseph morgan 1865 - 1916 and there are more morgans but I was wondering if you could confirm if they actually have a gravestone or marker. Thanks!
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