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John McCullough (#46930816)
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Bio Photo I am a Christian and the husband of Jeannette and father of three great kids and grandfather of 3 great kids. I became interested in my family history over 20 years ago and hope to eventually do professional genealogical research. I live in the Quarryville, Pa area.
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John Work
RE: Map?
Thanks for your quick reply. I expected that there wouldn't be a map, but I thought I'd ask. Thanks for getting back to me.
Added by John Work on Dec 05, 2016 6:27 PM
John Work
Hi John,

My ancestor Henry Work (died c. 1738) was one of three men who contributed the land for the church. His land just to the north of the church was warranted to his son Alexander Work who died March 17, 1749. One of Henry's other sons was Andrew Work whose headstone is among those photographed. I'm sure that both Henry and Alexander are also buried in the cemetery, but apparently both headstones have been lost (or buried). By any chance have you made a map of the location of the photographed headstones? I'm wondering if Henry and Alexander (and other members of the family) might be buried near Andrew. I see other photographed headstones where the date of death was in the 1730's to 1760's. Are these burials grouped or arranged in any way by date? I am 73 and unlikely to be able to visit the cemetery, so if you have any additional information I would very much appreciate it.
John Work
Added by John Work on Dec 05, 2016 3:16 PM
Patty Giroult
Hi, John,
Could I take over this gravesite? He is William's and Lettie's son. Also under the note instead of the husband of Lettie, it should read son of/ Thanks so much.

patty G
Added by Patty Giroult on Aug 01, 2016 7:33 PM
Patty Giroult
photo request
Hi, John,
Since you were so kind, I would like to do something for you. How about getting a photo for your person at Holy Sepulchre ? Do you have any other info on does he have a gravestone, etc. or where he is buried. I can't probably do it within the next coming weeks, but will do it. Mygggm is buried there without a stone and I wish to get one but need to go to get info. Just let me know. Thanks again.

Patty G
Added by Patty Giroult on Jul 29, 2016 6:36 AM
Patty Giroult
Thank you SO much for allowing me to maintain my grandparents" grave. That is most kind of you and I appreciate it. Thanks again.

Patty G
Added by Patty Giroult on Jul 29, 2016 6:33 AM
Patty Giroult
Hi! William and Lettie Murphy are my gggparents. Thank you for posting their pics on the site. Would you mind if I could manage the their graves? Thanks so much. Patty Giroult
Added by Patty Giroult on Jul 27, 2016 8:49 PM
Dan Oh
Barbara Barnett

Photo doesn't match burial?
Added by Dan Oh on Mar 14, 2016 9:14 AM
Dana Dancy
RE: Shawn Stone
I did not link his mother Barbara to him as his spouse - If you notice - there is an asterisk next to her name. This means it was linked from Barbara Stone's memorial, I did not add her memorial so I cannot remove the "spouse" link. I will contact the person who created her memorial and linked her as his spouse and ask her to remove the link.

Thank you for letting me know of the error.
Added by Dana Dancy on Mar 11, 2016 3:28 PM
RE: William and Margaret Roney North Cedar Hill Cemetery
You're welcome.
Added by Balvana on Feb 13, 2016 2:07 PM
Danny D
RE: William Stockrahm
You're welcome. While there, I also took photos of other Stockrahm stones I found which I've uploaded after I added your requested stone photo.
Added by Danny D on Feb 01, 2016 2:09 PM
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