|Stephen Keefe (#47185593)|
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I live in Southern Maryland and have been assembling my extended family's genealogy for the last 15+ years. I continue to work on the genealogy in the fall and winter as time allows, and am glad to run down cemetery photos locally. Prominent names in my family's genealogy are Keefe, Casey, Hickey, Howley, Welsh, and Lally in New England; Stevens, Stout and Grant in Philadephia and Central New Jersey; Willis & Brady in SW Virginia and North Carolina; and Legg, Lecates, Meekins, Minch, Sparks, Burris, and Schauber in the Eastern Maryland (DelMarVa) peninsula around Chestertown.|
If you find an error in a listing that I created, please don't hesitate to let me know. While doing my own genealogical research, I also photograph and list many unrelated gravestones as time permits. In keeping with Findagrave.com policy, I will gladly transfer a memorial to you because you are directly related to that person.
You may use any photo that I post on Findagrave.com for genealogy purposes (FamilyTreeMaker, Ancestry.com and others) but please provide attribution (i.e., "Photo by Stephen Keefe"). Do not re-post my photos in other Findagrave memorials. Let me know and I will post them as needed. Thank you!
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|Susan Rainwater||RE: Thanks very much!|
Thanks for taking it over. I don't have anyone else in that cemetery.
|Carolyn (Kym) Mader||Ethel Kelley|
Thank you so much for transferring this memorial to me. It is very much appreciated.
|JOAN ELBURN FARLEY||RE: Booty and Anna Elburn|
John Edward "Booty" Elburn is the son of William Edward Elburn and Daisy Alberta Pierce. William Edward is the son of James Isaiah Elburn and Alice Matilda Brady. There is also a John Edward Elburn Jr. who was married to Cheryl Dawn Coleman, and a John Edward Elburn III who lives in Philadelphia. According to her obituary, Anna Mae Coleman was the daughter of Harvey Coleman and Marian E. Potts. I have never attempted to trace them yet since all these are collateral.
|JOAN ELBURN FARLEY||Booty and Anna Elburn|
Hi Steve - Booty Elburn's real name is John Edward Sr. and Anna M. is Anna Mae Coleman. j
|Denise Ashby||RE: Karl Reihl, Jr.|
Hi Stephen .. My turn to apologize for the delayed reply. I am not frequently engaged in this, but find all of it very interesting to explore when I have some time.
Karoline Glinka was Karoline Flach when she died in Baltimore. She married a man named Paul Flach sometime around 1925 and had a son with him, Herbert Flach.
She remained close with Her 2 daughters that she had with Karl (Elli and Grace). Elli was my grandmother. She died 1 year after I was born.
How is your wife related?
|Bronx Cop||John J. Howley|
Stephen: Thank you for writing. I added the photos to the memorials as you requested. Should I assume that John J. Howley was the son of James Timothy Howley (147418784) and Catherine Wall Howley (147418879)? If so, would you like me to link him to his parents? - Kevin
|Amanda Bishop Burns||Willis at Fairview|
They were only 4 marked graves in this section. If you like I can go in the office tomorrow and get info on everyone in the plot with death dates etc. Let me know they are really nice folks there
Hi Searching for my GRANT roots in Berks Co, Pa 1770's. Have found John and Maria Grant in differnt parts of that Twp. John and Maria had Jacob m Lidia Knab, Charles m Catherine Knaus, Maria m Jacob Mock, Jeremiah m Ellenora Fuchs, and my line Bartolette Grant m Esther Stapleton. Please contact me at email@example.com and see if we can connect. Thank you. Hope we can connect.
|Terrie Roese||RE: Jack & Alice (Howley) Gakeler|
You are welcome. Perfect timing for the flowering trees.
|MJH||Christ Church Cemetery|
Thank you very much for taking photos in the Christ Church Cemetery.
Added by MJH on Apr 19, 2015 9:12 PM
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