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|george roberts||George Holden|
You posted a Find a Grave memorial #92618220 on 6-26-2012 for George W. Holden. In that memorial, in which his name is incorrectly spelled George W. Hoolden, it states he is buried at Mt. Moriah Cemetery, just outside Philadelphia, Pa. When I called Mt. Moriah they said he is not buried there. The person buried there is the second person named in the piece that accompanies the memorial, a John B. Jackson. Do you have any reason to believe he is actually buried there? He is my great, great grandfather and I have been trying to locate where he is buried for years.
Any information you could provide would be appreciated. Thanks, George Roberts
|JDKille||Sixth Street Union Cemetery.|
Hi Chuck, I've noticed you've done a lot of work with the Sixth Street Union Cemetery. When you post photos of monuments from that cemetery, are these the ones that currently are in Philadelphia Memorial Park? I have at least a couple of relatives who were originally interred at Sixth Street Union. Do you know if all the bodies were removed to PMP? Is there a record of the removals somewhere? Appreciate your help on this. Thanks, John D.
Added by JDKille on Mar 17, 2014 11:09 AM
|george roberts||George W. Hoolden|
I found this listing by accident. George W.'s name was Holden, not Hoolden. Your memorial was touching. He was my great great grandfather on my father's side. I have been trying for months to track down information. How did you know how old he was? I never saw that listed. I just recently found out he died 6-29-1862 at Savage Station, Virginia in the 3rd day of a 7 day battle. Do you have any other information on him? I'd be happy to share what I know. George H. Roberts
|June Standley||Irene M. McLaughlin, Northwood Cemetery, Philadelphia|
Chuck, I found this memorial for Irene this evening and also noted that the tombstone had Foltz on it. The person I'm looking is Irene M. (Foltz) McLaughlin and according to the 1920 census, she was in Philadelphia on January 1st of that year. I can't read the picture, other than the name. I was wondering if you could send me a copy of the photo from your original to my e-mail address at email@example.com. I think this is probably my person, but would like to have more info before I include this info in my database.
Thanks so much for your help.
|Jim Henwood||RE: UBGS|
THANK YOU so much
|Michelle Scott-Schwarz||6th Street Union Burial|
I'm trying to locate 2 graves that were in 6th Street Union Burial Ground. William James Glignor and Mary Glignor ages 5 and 3. They were buried in 1888. I can't find where these graves were moved to. Can you help? Thank you, Thank you, Thank you.
I'm researching my husband's family and have found Susan A Davenport at this cemetery. I believe she was a Tatem, possibly the senior Samuel Tatem's sister. Do you have any further information on this family? Thanks!
|Stephanie Van Sickel Haney||Thank you|
Thank you for the photos, not only of the headstone, but also the extra research for the death certificate. Almost thought you were a cousin! Appreciate your diligence, and the transfer. Living out of state, the visual of the cemetery is a bonus!
|Stephanie Van Sickel Haney||Andrew Adams Memorial# 85808266|
I am a niece of the above person, and have added a letter w/transcription to the site. If you would like to transfer ownership, I would appreciate it, so I can also link other relatives.
|Linda Claxton||RE: Photo|
You're very welcome.
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