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I grew up in the "Fairmount" and "Brewerytown" sections of Philadelphia now known as the "Art Museum" area and I now live in Philadelphia's Greater Northeast. I began tracing my family history in 2003 starting with just a handful of names and bits of information on maybe two generations. Now my extended family tree has thousands of names and grows every week. |
I discovered that my great grandfather William H. Carpenter served in the Civil War(Pa.186th Infantry Co."D"),he was stationed at Fort Mifflin guarding the City of Philadelphia. His younger brother Pvt. James Knox Polk Carpenter was "accidentally shot by a comrade's gun" outside of Petersburg, VA just two weeks before the end of the war. I also found several great grand uncles and a cousin who were well-known Catholic priests in Philadelphia. I also found that I had a Great Aunt who was an Immaculate Heart of Mary Nun for over 50 years, and a cousin who was also an Immaculate Heart of Mary Nun. Two extended family members were also members of that same order of nuns. My maternal grandfather lost two siblings in the influenza epidemic of 1918 which hit Philadelphia particularly hard.
Most of the names I have added to Find A Grave belong to members of my extended family tree or names I have found during my research of my family. Many of the surnames are the same as my family surnames but I am not sure if they are connected yet.
If you would like to add information to any of the memorials I have placed, or if you have any research questions, please feel free to e-mail me.
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|Deborah Winslow||RE: Rachael Carpenter Potts|
Hi! My brother-in-law is the great-grandson of Rachel Carpenter Potts. I have a good bit of info on the Potts Family, and my bro-in-law and sister have inherited some family items they are trying to identify. I don't remember which people those things are for now.
I have some information on Ancestry.com in a private tree. I also have a hand-typed family tree on the Potts/Carpenter/Huber/Tremper family tree. I'd be happy to share what I have with you.
You can contact me at email@example.com and I will send you a copy of the family tree and some other information.
I don't have parents for Rachel, do you? That would be exciting.
|jim robbins||wall plot|
I found a stone marked wall today at immaculate conception cemetery in Allentown pa but there are no first names or dates or anything else on the stone. I have two photos I took but did not want to post them without knowing if they are indeed of frank. the headstone sits all by itself. there was one other wall in a different section but not frank.
|Patricia Rohn||RE: Emma (Cone) Logue|
Thank you for linking my grandmother's parents! Hope all is going well with your research.
|Betsy Koen Morris||Neil Lafferty|
Thought perhaps you'd like to add that the mother of Neil b. 1851 who died 1909 was Ann Mansley. She born England and his fhater Neil was born Ireland
Not related to me but had the death record with the info...B. MOrris
|Patricia Rohn||Emma (Cone) Logue|
I was hoping that perhaps you could link the parents of Emma Logue (my grandmother) to her memorial. Her father, Patrick Cone is #26627759 and her mother, Margaret (Carney) Cone is #26627787. Just want to keep the family altogether! Thank you!
|Danielle||Mary Mahoney Farr|
I am researching Mary Farr (nee Mahoney), as I believe her and her husband, William, are the parents of one of my ancestors (also named William Farr). Most signs point to my Mary Farr being the one who was tragically hit by a train, EXCEPT for an obituary that was published around the time of her death which lists her husband as John. Is there any way you can confirm the information you wrote on Mary Mahoney Farr's grave page (at Cathedral Cemetery)? Obviously the name John could have been a misprint, or William Farr could've gone by John, but I don't want to take something as fact until I have concrete proof (like, for instance, her being buried next to a William Farr).
Thanks in advance for your time!
Added by Danielle on Dec 30, 2012 9:09 AM
|Frank P. Marrone Jr.||Henry Barnholt|
Henry Barnholt was a Corporal in the 23rd PA Vols. do you know the Section and Lot he is buried in.
|Rita Gallagher||Brady family|
Seems like a few cocindences.My great Uncle was Rev Francis A Brady.He was pastor in several parishs in chester but lastly at St Anthony of Paudua in Philadelphia,had a niece Marion Brady nun.She was a Mercy nun
My grandfather (John Brady) and his sister in law Catherine(married to Sylvester) both died of the spanish infulenza.
Rev Francis A Brady and his brother came from County Cavan Ireland.Father Brady was ordained at St CharlesMy grandfather was John and his father Patrick mother Katherine they had another son William who was an atty.Gallrv@yahoo.co
np problem.btw next to that headstone was another with Carnase on it,,Joseph and Mary.relation?if so i could send photo
Added by jason on May 03, 2012 3:16 PM
|pat hennessey||RE: Darmour|
You're welcome. Glad to help you out.
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