|Mary Beth (#46929024)|
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Hello I've been researching my family genealogy for the last 18 years. And in doing so, I've walked through many cemeteries. I love cemeteries, I always have, they're peaceful and full of history. During the day, they are rather park like. And at night they can be eerie. I especially like old cemeteries, and I like to take walks through them and read tombstones. If you find that you are searching any of the surnames, please feel free to contact me.|
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"Show me your cemeteries and I will tell you what kind of people you have." - Benjamin Franklin
"Just because it is carved in stone does NOT make it true!"
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|Elizabeth A Enman Therrien||RE: Mitchel Joseph Fortier|
In order to get my great uncles records I had to apply to become his voluntary administrator in the Worcester Family Court. Once I received that I wrote to the Medical Records Department, Worcester State Hospital, 305 Belmont Street, Worcester, MA 01604. They sent me everything they had including the one small picture. It was like striking gold and not that difficult. Good luck.
|Louise||RE: Amaziah White|
Hi Mary Beth,
There is no relation to Amaziah White. I do have Whites' in my tree that were Quakers from Bucks Co. If he is your relation do you want me to transfer him?
Added by Louise on Jul 06, 2014 8:40 AM
|Lucille Childs||Joseph Childs Family|
I know for a fact that Sarah Ann Childs, daughter of Joseph and Elizabeth Childs, died and was buried at this cemetery in 1837. I am trying to find the grave of Joseph Childs. If you come across the grave of Joseph or Sarah Ann during your visits to this cemetery, can you please let me know.
I have been trying to find the records for this cemetery for some time now, but no luck. Would you have any idea where they would be located? Thank you so much for any help you can give me.
|Lettie Kirby||RE: Ella Martin|
You are very welcome. Best Wishes, Lettie
|djcarroll||John Penn Brock|
Find A Grave Memorial# 66273757
Stumbled upon the following thought you might find it interesting?
|dketchell||Anna Deisher Kriebel|
Mary Beth - looks like you've taken the photos for all the Kraussdale Schwenkfelder Cemetery. I was there years ago, but didn't take photos. You have the memorial and gravestone image for Jacob Kriebel 1797-1840. His wife Anna Deisher Kriebel is buried in the same cemetery according to Brecht's Schwenkfelder families. Is the gravestone missing or illegible? Thanks for checking.
|George Martin||RE: Hello|
Hello. How are you related to Jonas Martin? He is the father of my great-great-grandmother Mary Martin Beagle. Her daughter Hattie married my great grandfather George L. Morgan Sr., his son George L. Morgan Jr., had two daughter's, Virginia Morgan Bedard, and Nancy Morgan Martin, who is my mother. I am her oldest Son. I have a brother John. I do not know much about other than the Morgan family, but I would be happy to share what I have if you are interested?
|Dalene Worthington||RE: Worthington|
That is okay. What I do, is if I don't find a name in my tree, I still keep the name and information on the person in a separate file, because I have learned that at the moment I may not be related to someone, I will check back later and find a connecting person, that ties the first person to our family. I just don't record them on my Legacy until then.
God bless, take care, and keep safe and well.
|Dalene Worthington||RE: Worthington|
My deceased husbands family was from Bucks Co., Pa. His first great-grandfather was Henry Worthington born in Bucks Co., and his father was Joseph Pugh Worthington Sr. Are you related to them. Since my husband died in 2000 , I have been trying to find his side of the family for our children. I would be very grateful for any and all information that you can give me. God bless, take care, and keep safe and well.
|Kitty Pherson||RE: Caroline Gery Heimbach|
Mary Beth: Thanks for getting in touch with me. I was able to combine your memorial on the above with mine; the two are now combined. If you would like me to transfer it to you, just let me know. Kitty
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