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|Theresa O||Holy Cross Cemetery Photo Requests|
Please call the cemetery office and ask for the grave location. Photo requests cannot be fulfilled without Section, Range/Row and Lot numbers as cemetery is too big.
Hello, I would love to know how you got information on Alexander B. Smith family. Are you related to the family tree? He is my grandfather and I am interested in any information you have. Would love to know how you got picture of Annie Carney Smith Dempsey... Thank you, Pat Fox Kelsey (Bup46@aol.com)
|Theresa O||RE: Mobley tree|
I'm sorry, I forgot about this, my mind is going. If you give me your email, I can "invite" you to see my tree.
|Theresa O||RE: Gaghan|
I have a tree on Ancestry, but there are two problems. One small one because I can add you to view it is I believe I marked it private. The second one is that so many people are copying the wrong information that is incorrect, I had to make it private. I current paid someone from the PA Historical Society to look into the Mobley family. I know I have the PA line correct but it starts getting hazy with people just guessing if the three men who first came to PA were a father and his two sons or if they were three brothers. I can let you view it if you're on Ancestry but I caution you check out the sources for myself and everyone else because there is too much copying of wrong information. Seriously wrong information like the same person in two different states at the same time or a man having children in one state and two months later another child in another state. I mean serious errors! But it is very interesting to read about the families in general because they are all connected in one way or the other. I just like to keep my line accurate and straight. But they were historic in Georgia and Mary Ann Mobley's family, who recently died and was a former Miss America from Mississippi was related as well.
|Theresa O||RE: Francis Gaghan|
I'm sorry, I was wrong about the exact location. I was over two lots to the left when I saw the Gahagan stone and thought that was your Gaghan. I'm very sorry! There is no headstone for any of the Gaghans. I checked the whole area.
|Theresa O||RE: Francis Gaghan|
Before being definitely sure, which I think I am, I will go and recheck it. But if you call the cemetery office, they can give you all names and dates of birth/death that are buried there. I will be happy. To recheck though. As far as the Mobleys go, I am sure they are all related. We all seem to go back to the first man who came to America on what was rumored to be the ship bringing William Penn to Philadelphia. He was supposed to be a stow away so no facts can be verified. He was a Mobberley (I think off the top of my head, Edward) from Mobberley, England. He had around seven sons when his wife died and he remarried having about six more sons. The sons all spread out and started changing the spelling and variations of their last names to differentiate themselves from each other. they owned a plantation and many farms and unfortunately, were slave owners. My direct ancestors from Edward moved to Pennsylvania to farm and fought against slavery for the North. They fought against cousins in the South.
I uploaded the headstone from Holy Cross Cemetery and wanted you to know I checked all sides of the stone and only the front of the stone has the two surnames...that's all.
|13th Generation Fairbanks in America||RE: Panico|
Thanks for the additional information on the Panico family. I have made the necessary adjustments to the links. Warm regards and a happy, healthy new year!
|Theresa Ely||RE: Michael & Anne Norris Headstone|
It was my pleasure.
Have a nice Spring!
|Whitney G||RE: Claussen|
I'm very interested in seeing your tree in ancestry. Always looking for Heinze descendents.
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