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Eugene Glenn Stackhouse (#46576121)
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Bio Photo Genealogist and historian.
President Emeritus and volunteer, Germantown Historical Society, Philadelphia, PA.
Past Treasurer, Hood Cemetery, Germantown, Philadelphia, PA.
Board member of the Hood Cemetery.
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Beth
vonBuchwald family grave
For Eugene Steakhouse or anyone who knows of this grave and photograph. William C. von Buchwald was my great grandfather. I am interested in your research and the photograph you have posted of him.

Thank you!

Elizabeth vonBuchwald
Added by Beth on Jul 21, 2015 8:21 PM
Susan Bruffey Lehman
Sergt. Edwin Twining
thank you for posting the photo of Sergt Edwin Twining, I wondered if you could take a photo of his family members also buried there, brother, George Chapman b 1839 d 29 Dec 1882, and father - Croasdale Twining b 07 May 180-3, PA d 16 Feb 1888 Wrightstown, PA; his mother, Mary (Kirk) Twining, died 17 years later in Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, PA, do not know if you are close to there or not, her Find A Grave is ID #118881276, would be most appreciated, this is my paternal grandmother's line.
Added by Susan Bruffey Lehman on Jun 18, 2015 5:00 PM
Barbara White-Frank Selletti
Mary Elizabeth George Raymond # 21143508
Mary Elizabeth George Raymond # 21143508 was the first wife of my 2nd Great Grandfather Capt. Nathan Charles Raymond (b: 27 Mar 1830 in Springfield, Burlington, Co., NJ; d: 03 Jan 1903 in Philadelphia, Philadelphia Co., PA). Capt. Raymond fought in the Civil War. Mary Elizabeth & Nathan had one son, Charles Albert Raymond (b: 02 Aug 1853 in Philadelphia, Philadelphia Co., PA.
Please update her record to reflect this information.

Regards,
Barb Selletti
Added by Barbara White-Frank Selle... on Mar 06, 2015 10:48 PM
RKrofcheck
Elizabeth Poet
Thank You for the write up concerning Elizabeth Poet Schoenenfelt. I have just discovered this family line and was thrilled to learn I am her 8th Great Grand Daughter. I have linked my tree to this post and given you credit for the information. I am still new at all of the research.
Added by RKrofcheck on Sep 14, 2014 3:12 PM
Jay Chew
RE: Philanthropic Cem.
Thank you for responding. I found out that the remains that were not claimed were reintered in the Arlington Cemetery in Drexel Hill Pa. The area has just one monument to commerate all those there.
Added by Jay Chew on Apr 30, 2014 12:09 PM
Anonymous
Monument Cemetery
Thank you for the information. Were these graves moved?

Thanks,
Kate
Added by Anonymous on Apr 24, 2014 4:39 PM
Zoe Tom
See FAG Memoiral # 127791806
Zoe

Added by Zoe Tom on Apr 11, 2014 9:41 AM
Michael A. Higgins
RE: Glenwood Cemetery
Whoops,Yes I realised after I sent request. Thanks anyway
Michael
Added by Michael A. Higgins on Apr 09, 2014 11:22 AM
janicet
RE: Market Square, Germantown
thank you for the note - I have recorded it in her memorial and will remove the photo request
Added by janicet on Apr 04, 2014 9:40 AM
RestorationsByTim
Philadelphia National Cemetery forum thread
I confess I am the guy who prompted this latest spate of Longshore prohto requests. I'm trying to weed the more problematic requests from the Philadelphia National Cemetery photo request list, and fix them, if possible, so they don't come back. I started a forum thread to talk about what we might do about them. Some of the mysteries are more solvable than others. Follow along or join in!

Link: Philadelphia National Cemetery

Cheers!
Added by RestorationsByTim on Mar 22, 2014 2:46 PM
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