|David P. Wilson (#46887005)|
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I've extensively researched both sides of my family, and had two well-received books professionally published relating to my maternal-side research. My roots on that side are in Baltimore, MD and west-central Poland, while my paternal roots are deep in Sussex Co., DE, and, earlier, in what is today known as the United Kingdom. Needless to say, I'm a "friend" of cemeteries, and have visited many.|
I welcome contact from anyone who reads any memorial I've created, or any floral note I've added somewhere, and realizes I'm their relative. If e-mailing me, please be sure to put something like "I saw one of your Find A Grave memorials" in the Subject line, so I'll know your message isn't spam. Thanks.
To date I've created around 340 memorials for decedents with no family connection to me who are interred in Our Lady of Lourdes Roman Catholic Cemetery, Blades, DE. That project remains very much a work in progress, and my documentation of many of the now-memorialized decedents buried in that cemetery will be significantly improved over time.
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|genieresearcher||more on Morgans|
Thanks Dave for maiden name of Zellah, and middle name Dow for Lorenzo. I was unable to find that family on the 1900 census to see when she died before 1910. I thought that perhaps Lorenzo's middle name might have been mother's maiden name.
|genieresearcher||Morgans at Blades|
Hi Dave! wow that was a fast edit/link! thanks so much! do you know of any source for burial records at Blades Cemetery perhaps? I am looking for Andrew's mother Elizabeth (nee Knowles) which is her maiden name on marriage record to Lorenzo D, however oddly Andrew's DC gives her name as "Massick" Messick? Lorenzo is listed as widowed on his 1910 DC. thanks very much again.
|The Navigator||Holy Rosary Cemetery|
Great to hear from you. I hope everyone is doing well on your side also. I have transferred the memorials you requested in Holy Rosary Cemetery. It is wonderful to hear of the connection you made with your family. I would also be thrilled. Since we have last spoken, a half sister of my mothers' has found me. She didn't know my branch of the family existed. She is my Aunt, but I am about twelve years older than her. We always knew about her, so needdless to say we had alot of catching up to do. My father who is now 83 also had his DNA tested for me!!!!!. What a gift. That is a project by itself sorting all the information. My father now has cognitive dementia so it seems we did it just in time. If you need anything else just drop me a line. Good luck with your new information.
|F.P. Kisielewski||Wonderful Work|
Thank you for your wonderful work and dedication in providing all of the information on your ancestors. The results of your work has included more people than you will ever know.
Frank Pac Kisielewski
|Brenda Massey||Information Update|
I have the complete dates for Lela P Massey if you wish to update in future.
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