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Actually I think I have St. Johns only, but it is hard to tell.
|spanielfam||Maps of St. Johns & St. Marys|
I have a copy of those maps!
|Bob DeLozier||Ruffina DeLozier Glass|
Thank you so much for your time and effort,the pic is wonderful. Bob DeLozier
It's no problem.
I would rather have the cemetery correct as much as possible than have numbers by my name.
I do this to hopefully help a family find their relatives not for gaining as many numbers as I can.
We can figure this out :)
There was one Corless, Bartley, that was missed when you added them into St. John's. So, I switched him from St. Mary's to St. John's. He must have been on the same monument since I had in his bio all the people on the monument.
I found his obit and added it too. He was the son of James & Bridget Flannagan Corless.
But the rest I went ahead and deleted along with my Flannagan (or whatever the spelling was since I'm looking at the obit now)
I just went ahead and deleted the Corless' too
That's where I was getting confused on the Monahan's if she sent that link to you, because she hasn't contacted me yet.
But, I did find an snippet about her in the Altoona Tribune. She is listed as being buried in St. John's so since you have added her recently to St. John's I'll just delete mine for Emma Monahan. I will send you what I found from the paper.
That's also a problem for me about getting some stones that when I go home sometimes you can't remember for sure where they went or like I said before sometimes that "line" we were talking about can get blurred.
But, I know between the three of us we can fix it!
Let me know which other ones were sent out maybe I can find something on them too and correct these.
Hi, I didn't consider Philip Monahan in St. Mary's. I only thought that the two you sent me would be in the same cemetery. Which ever that was. Maybe Spaniel mentioned they were in St. Mary's.
John Koesbauer, Andrew Seidel and Marg Bender are on my map looking like they would be in St. Mary's and that was the "line" I meant you could make from John straight across to past the Bowman & Doyle vaults. That looks like it is the "line" for the cemeterys?
Let me know what you find! Have a great day!
Look again at the map you sent me. On the left are two vaults side by side in the "second" section. Those are the Bowman and Doyle vaults.
If you make the invisible line from the break in between those two hedges by the vaults and go straight across from there would be the "line" for the two cemeteries. But why did our ancestors have to do it that way!! Oh, well :)
Hope this helps maybe sent this to Spaniel as well. See what she thinks? We can figure this out.
Ok, I might have a better idea for the line between the two cemeteries. I had gone awhile back to the genealogical society and pieced a map together of St. Mary's and made it BIG so I could read it, LoL.
But I just checked some of the surnames on it and what I can see is the line goes from just above the Bowman and Doyle vaults across.
Where the John Koesbauer grave (12th street) straight across to he other fence where Andrew Seidel and Marg Bender are (10th street)
Does this make sense? I looked at the surnames and most of them are in St. Mary's and not found in St. John's.
My Greiner ancestors are not listed in St. John's, but are listed on this map and on findagrave in the St. Mary's cemetery.
I couldn't tell you exactly which ones we have entered that are St. John's vs St. Mary's by the map because sometimes it's a whole family plot or the person who bought the grave buried a family member instead and had themselves buried somewhere else. But alot I have looked at on my map are St. Mary's.
I think the two you sent me are not in separate cemeteries, but are in the same. I think this can be worked out though.
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