|Richard & Evie Murray (#46771679)|
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What would you do when your future husband takes you to meet his peeps? ...|
...AND they are in a cemetery!?
How about Sleepy Hollow Cemetery in Tarrytown, NY? And you are still there 15 minutes before the cemetery gates get locked for the night!
Needless to say, I said, "Honey, if you don't want to hear me *itch for the next 12 hours you had better wrap it up and get me out of here".
On the way up the Route 9 as the gates close behind us after spending the afternoon cleaning up his family's plot his phone gets a txt from an unknown number saying "Thank you so much for coming :)".
Well I was hooked and married him the next year. He has since taken me to more cemeteries than I can count.
We now volunteer with "The Friends Of Mount Moriah Cemetery" on a regular basis. Between Us we have over 30 people interred there.
Mount Moriah Cemetery in Philadelphia & Yeadon, PA---
The Friends Of Mount Moriah---
We have requested photo's for our family at FAG and think it is only fair to pay it back or forward.
Namaste friend, may you find all of your relatives, with more information on the headstones than what you already knew.
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|Jim Gudenrath||Fred Bendig|
Thanks so much for the photo. I really appreciate what you did!
Thank you very much for the photo on Find A Grave! Thank you for being a Find A Grave volunteer!
|Jean Yarnall Weaver||Louis Weaver|
Thank you for taking time to look for a grave marker. I appreciate your documenting your efforts with the picture of the section and lot.
|Anonymous||Cox Markers at Fernwood|
Thank you very much for taking the time to attempt to photograph the markers for George & Catharine Cox (Section 42, Lot 306).
Unfortunately, it appears that you've confirmed stories I've heard about Fernwood since the time of my grandfather.
Fernwood seems to encourage markers to fall over and, once they topple, likes to bury them in order to make their maintenance of the cemetery grounds easier.
My grandfather often irritated the Fernwood staff by digging the markers back up during his visits to family graves.
|Carol Chidlow||Edward Craven|
Thank you so much for your efforts. Find A Grave volunteers rock.
|Carol Chidlow||Asenath Craven|
Thank you for your efforts. I know it is so hard to find places when there are no monuments. This has been a long search for me and your help has been enormous.
|William Nees||Fernwood Cemetery|
Thank you for documenting there is no headstone.
|Kathie||Wheatley @ StL Calvary|
I am sorry, but he does not have a headstone. The only known stone, yes only one, has been added to Find a Grave.
Please the caption for the photo.
Added by Kathie on Oct 04, 2014 5:48 PM
Are you still active?
|Robert Byers||Jonathan Whitaker (Sr)|
Some information on one of the memorials you added:
Jonathan Whitaker (Sr)
Birth 1690 in Wiltshire, England
Death Sep 1763 in Basking Ridge, Somerset, New Jersey, United States
He was my 7ggf
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