|John Turner (#47159083)|
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|Lisa MacFerren Minerd||Enoch Moffett|
Memorial #76270465. Can you tell me if his wife, Martha, is buried next to him?
|robert thompson||RE: Henry Lewis|
I'd be happy to manage Henry Coursey Lewis Jr gave
Find A Grave Memorial# 69145839
|boomergirl||James Paul Meredith|
Thank you so much for taking the time to add this photo at my request. I appreciate your work. Linda
|robert thompson||RE: Henry Lewis|
sur I will manage this one and the one for WOOLMAN HOPPER GIBSON
|Bonnie Bell||Charles M. Larrimore|
Hi John, I see where you created information for Richard T and Mary E. Mackey Larrimore. I have a death certificate for Charles M. Larrimore who died in a "Old Man's Home" in Philadelphia, PA. It lists his date of birth as March 17, 1863 and his age as 75 years, 8 months and 19 days. His father was Richard T. Larrimore and his mother was Mary Elizabeth Mackie. He was born in Centreville, Maryland. His burial was in Centreville, MD on 12/8/1938. He died 12/6/1938.
I am confused about his date of birth because the 1860 and 1870 Census with Richard T. Larrimore as head and Charles as his son age 6 and 15 respectively, makes his year of birth 1855. The obituary in the Daily Banner, Cambridge, MD says he was 83 years old. Could you find his tombstone and see if his date of birth is 1855 or 1863. The informant on the death certificate was the supervisor of the Old Man's Home. His sister, Mrs. Mina Sherman, was still living and may have provided his age to the local newspaper.
Thanks for your help.
Thank you so much for adding many of the Turner Cemetery graves. Was there over 15 years ago and had to take cutters and chop our way into the cemetery but was worth finding all the Turners, Winters and especially Irena A. Lawton (who I had a photo of her grave that her daughter had but had no idea where it was)! Thanks for keeping the memories alive.
Added by Dianna on Aug 27, 2014 8:02 PM
|Carolyn (Kym) Mader||Memorial Transfers|
Thank you so much for transferring the Lockwood memorials to me. I have some work ahead of me. Thank you again for all your time and work.
|Carolyn (Kym) Mader||RE: Betty Schauber|
Well she died in 2012 so don't think it would be somewhat recent and unmarked, but never know. It's been a year and a half. Thank you for trying. I think it best to leave photo off this one for now. You have been a great help.
|Carolyn (Kym) Mader||Dennis Schauber|
Thank you so much for taking the time to get this photo. Looks like you were busy getting a lot of photos from this cemetery. Would you by chance have an updated photo of Ruth Elizabeth Lockwoods monument? I had taken one of George Henry's back in 2009 when I was last home, but at that time Ruth had not yet passed away. The photo you currently have out there for her is the one for Dennis Schauber. If you do have one, feel free to update George's as well or add it to his memorial. Thanks again.
|rick bisker||Robinson family|
I noticed that you have posted a lot of memorials of the Robinson family in the Chesterfield Cemetery in Queen Anne's County, MD. Ada M Robinson was the daughter of Handy Pasterfield Robinson and Cora Ann Bradley Robinson. I was wondering if you were familiar with that family? Handy died 21 Jan 1951 and Cora died 14 Apr 1941, both in Queen Anne's county and I was wondering where they might be buried. Do you know if there would be copies of old newspapers in the Centreville area that one could look at to check for obituaries? My email address is firstname.lastname@example.org.
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