Thanks for helping me, sometimes we need 2 sets of eyes! Those real old stones are so difficult to read. I should have used shaving cream to fill in the dates & names but that was before I knew how about using it. I live so far away from there I may not make another trip down.
Thanks for your help in figuring out some of the last names for the people in Asbury Cemetery! Turns out that I am indirectly related to a few of the people whose located last names you located.
Added by aylaeh on Jan 24, 2015 9:24 PM
|Martha Neighbors||Norma Bruce (Memorial #15775571)|
Thanks for the info! The memorial has been updated.
Norma's mother, Doris McCready, was my Sunday School teacher. She just passed last year at the age of 102.
|Barbara Nicholson||RE: A Langford|
I try not to create duplicates, but it happens once in a while. I have people who duplicate mine. I have duplicated some, because they put them in a cemetery that don't exist and when we took photo's of Cemetery stones they weren't listed there so I entered them. Then I have people send me notices that mine is a duplicate and I can't find it unless they send more info. Then I try to contact either the people or Find A Grave to fix the problem. I don't mind deleting a memorial if some one else had it first and if I did and it is a relative. I ask them to delete theirs and I will transfer mine to them. Oh well Thanks again Priscilla.
|Barbara Nicholson||A. Langford|
At Waldeck Cemetery, Lewis Co., WV. I deleted my memorial and sent the information on to the person that had the other one with full name, gave them your Find A Grave # as to where I got the info. Thanks Priscilla.
Thank you for the information. Have updated the memorial. Is she a relative to you?
Added by Jan on Jan 07, 2015 10:49 AM
|TheGhost||Maria R Littlefield|
Thanks for your help in identifying Maria and the family relationship. Ray
Added by TheGhost on Dec 31, 2014 10:26 PM
|Sandi Gill||Cyrus and Clarence|
Thanks for your help with Cyrus Quinter and Clarence Wentzel. There are still Quinter and Wentzel family members in the area so this will help them in their searches.
|Sandi Gill||RE: Julia|
That's a good thing to do. I don't think there were many at Old St Aloysius cemetery, but if you have a mind to, there are oodles at Mt. Zion cemetery here in North Coventry (across the river from Pottstown). Like I said earlier, I hate leaving them totally unnamed, but the choices are few. The cemetery is not forthcoming. I hope the family will find them and know. One turns up every once in a while, like young Julia's. Thanks again.
Thank you so much, Priscilla. It's amazing that you found little Julia, and I'm so glad you did. I am always sad to leave so many little ones graves half-identified. But you've given me hope. Are you family?
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