|Francis McArdle (#48054462)|
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I have lived my whole life in the same county where I was born. Most of my relatives from way back to the present have also lived in the same area after emigrating from Ireland and Scotland. I just recently started compiling my family tree and am hooked.|
Ancestor Families include; McArdle, Anderson, Crawford, Smyth, Marron, Thompson, Nash, Devlin.
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Thank you for your effort and time. I will investigate and find out where the error originates and update the request if I am able to find out!
|Carol Tessein||John H. T. Leiper 1867-1960|
Please add the following information to his memorial:
John Henry Thomas Leiper
Major league baseball player in 1891. Pitcher for the Columbus Colts. Thank you, Carol
Thank you for your efforts. I have been working on our family tree off and on for a number of years and had not found much on my grandfather other than the usual public records. I tried Ancestry today and the most wonderful picture of his headstone came up. I really didn't even know where he was buried. I can visit his grave now.
Added by Pisces on Sep 26, 2014 4:36 PM
|Researcher||James G Griffin|
Thank you very much for the great photo of James G. Griffin's headstone. Thank you for being a Find A Grave volunteer!
Thank you for the photo of William J. & Olive E. Hettesheimer's headstone.
|Francie Ede||RE: Fink grave photo|
Thank you so much for putting the stone pictures on the memorials for Louis & Margaret Fink. Margaret was a distant relative of mine.
Thank you again for the picture at SS Peter and Paul and trying to find Mr. Lennon at Holy Cross.
Added by Lisa on Jun 02, 2014 12:39 PM
Thanks so much for the photo. It is much appreciated as I am in South Carolina and not in a position to do this!
Added by Lpn0729 on Jun 02, 2014 7:07 AM
|Researcher||RE: Police graves Holy Cross|
Francis, thank you. I have also put American flags on the graves of those without headstones. Thank you for the pictures of the Thomas Myers, Thomas Wilkinson and Joseph McLaughlin graves.
|Richard Wright||Eastlawn Cemetery|
Having grown up is Swarthmore, I am quite familiar with this cemetery. I have to say that your survey of the grounds and those buried there is quite commendable. I personally knew some the people there and finding that you had even added obituaries for those who passed away some years ago is beyond belief. Please keep up the good work; your memorials will forever remind us of our friends and relatives who have passed on.
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