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Susan Beyer (#46953116)
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Bio Photo I was born in New York City but now live in Philadelphia. I have been doing family history research since 2003. This led me to Find A Grave, where I was able to find some graves of ancestors and request photos of others.
While photographing graves of people I was researching, I began to take pictures of other graves in the area. I try to limit my photos to older headstones. I realize that at some point in time, someone cared deeply for these people. I hope that by adding this information to Find A Grave I am preserving some family history for others.
If you have any questions on these names, please feel free to reach out to me.
Anyone who wishes to add information, correct or remove a memorial that I placed, please e-mail me. Please reference Find A Grave in the subject line.
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Jane Hamilton
Lillian Clayton Ward
Sue, I posted Lillian to unknown cemetery under Clayton. Sent you data I just came across and passed on to you. I will delete mine, when you've up dated your post. Thank you, Jane
Added by Jane Hamilton on Mar 09, 2015 12:29 PM
Tom Jennings
Edward Stoltz and Family
Thank you! These memorials unlocked a major roadblock in my brother in law's family tree.
I could not believe the name Pubanz last name until I saw it in the photo you posted, along with his wife Edna Stoltz.
Good job! Tom
Added by Tom Jennings on Feb 28, 2015 1:09 PM
Steve McElvarr
RE: Beyer family
I check out some of the Beyer names that you added/manage. I will go through the rest to see any I recognize. My GGGreatfather was Johann Godfried Beyer from Lubeck, Germany, arriving in NY in 1853 and residing in Otsego, NY in 1855 before moving to New Jersey.
Added by Steve McElvarr on Feb 20, 2015 2:12 PM
Steve McElvarr
RE: Beyer family
Thanks.....the funny thing is that the spelling of Beyer was changed when they came to America. In Germany it was spelled Baier. Steve
Added by Steve McElvarr on Feb 20, 2015 1:13 PM
Steve McElvarr
Beyer family
Susan, Are any of your Beyer relations from Atlantic City, NJ. Check out the Beyer's that I manage to see if the is any connection. Steve McElvarr
Added by Steve McElvarr on Feb 20, 2015 12:47 PM
Irish Michael
Mary Carroll Farrell
I added her death certificate that I got off of

They have her father's name as John Farrell when it should be John Carroll.

Added by Irish Michael on Feb 15, 2015 11:01 PM
St Georges Archivist
RE: Thomas Barry at New Cathedral
Susan, oh heavens, this is what I get for not reading carefully! My mom's grandfather is the NEPHEW in this obituary...the problem is his wife's name was also Mary and I got distracted. Makes me wish I came from a family with a more uncommon name. I was digging around in New Cathedral trying to find the grave of Jeremiah Barry, who would have been the brother of my Thomas.
Added by St Georges Archivist on Feb 03, 2015 12:39 PM
RE: Maria Foster Van Horn-William B Van Horn
I see. I still have a scar on my nose where my dear childhood cat scratched me! :(
Added by S.R.F. on Jan 14, 2015 3:13 PM
RE: Maria Foster Van Horn-William B Van Horn
Tell me about your picture on your Bio page...Is that you when you were little? :)
Added by S.R.F. on Jan 14, 2015 2:59 PM
RE: William VanHorn
I never think of looking there! Thank you so very much! I am always amazed when I see people dying on or near their birthdays. And isn't it strange? His wife died of "softening of the brain" and he died of "congestion of the brain"! I wonder what that really means, medically speaking? (BTW, My brain is getting soft today after all the genealogy work I have done today...LOL!!)
Added by S.R.F. on Jan 14, 2015 1:23 PM
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