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Haunt of Mount Moriah (#48085676)
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Bio Photo I am an advocate for the historical Mount Moriah Cemetery located in SW Philadelphia / Yeadon PA area. I live just on the property line of the cemetery and have become very involved with the preservation mission taken on by the Friends of Mount Moriah Cemetery charitable organization. I am now a member of the FOMMC board and Environmental chair. I am active in the planning and proceedings of the clean up events held in Mount Moriah on a minimum of a monthly basis. I also do security and care of the property and help others locate their family plots. I have my own Facebook page that I created prior to joining the Friends.

You can my Facebook page it at: www.facebook.com/mount.moriah.cemetery

You can find the Friends Facebook page at:
www.facebook.com/groups/fommc

You can find the Friends of Mount Moriah Cemetery's official site at:
www.fommc.org or www.friendsofmountmoriahcemetery.org
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Dick ODonnell
Gudelunas photo
Thank you for providing the photo for Daniel Gudelunas' grave marker, it is very much appreciated!
Added by Dick ODonnell on Jul 04, 2013 9:26 AM
Everlastings
Mount Moriah
Hello - If you get to the Fullaway monument there are several others who may be there.
The Raser children:
Eliza 110908279
John H. 29036402
Ida 110908359
Also Charles Fullaway d. 9 June 1850 from drowning. He is not entered, but was living with Charles Fullaway 62646352 who was on the inquest. However, he may be at Union Burial Ground 6th St. with other Fullaways who died 1850 -1873.
Would like to know who is in the stones around the Fullaway monument. It is exciting that you can get into the cemetery now.
Liz
Added by Everlastings on Jun 05, 2013 8:37 AM
Everlastings
RE: Mount Moriah
Thanks so much for your interest. I have sent you an email detailing my curiosity. Liz
Added by Everlastings on May 21, 2013 5:24 AM
 

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