|Linda Anna (#47031431)|
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Seeking information regarding the Brew Families of Philadelphia, Pa. and N.J. Looking for relatives of the Brews families of N.J. and Pa.|
Thank you. Any and all information welcome. In
particular the families and friends of Wm, Daniel, Thomas, Charles,Mary and Dorothea Brew.
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I'm looking for information on my Morasch Great-great grandfather William. I'm thinking it's a possibility he was the brother of your ancestor Mary. There is also a Leonard Morasch of about the same age in Philadelphia around 1890. William was born in Germany in 1855, emigrated to the US from Germany in 1880 and there are records of him living in Philadelphia starting in 1897. Any information you have would be greatly appreciated. I've been stuck on this branch for quite a while.
thank you my mom name is Linda u seem be really nice lady
|Crypt Tonight||Emma Jennings|
I photographed the plot you indicated . If this is the correct plot, there is no headstone.
|Tom Jennings||Jennings Connection|
I don't think we are related. My family emigrated from Co. Sligo, Ireland. Most Jennings in South Jersey came from England. They appear to have come over in colonial times. I sent you some edits this morning for New St. Mary's.
|Donna Luzzi||RE: McClay|
Not necessary to transfer-he is in my tree though
|Donna Luzzi||RE: McClay|
He's a distant relative, you don't need to transfer him.
Thanks Linda for your commitment. I do not have information regarding the grave site. I was hoping perhaps the family was buried near by.
Thank you for getting back to me.
Added by Babysis on Oct 26, 2014 6:12 PM
Hi I would be happy to have you transfer William Brittin to me.
Added by Babysis on Oct 25, 2014 5:54 PM
|Babysis||William Edward Brittin|
Husband of Eva M Reed. Son of William Pemberton Brittin and Mary Ely Dittus Brittin. Both parents also buried at Lawnview but there is no picture of their stone.
Added by Babysis on Oct 24, 2014 6:38 PM
|Boog Graham||RE: Greenawalt|
Sorry for the long delay..my wife an I went on a two week trip. Yes, all of the Greenawalt people are related to my great-great Uncle David and his wife Ameila. And yes, one of my skills is in the technology field. If I can help you in any way, please let me know...Thank you for all your support on the Greenawalt family...Boog
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