|Tom Donahue (#47182363)|
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|I have a passion for family research. My family is from the Philadelphia, Pennsylvania area and Lancaster County, Pennsylvania area. |
Interested in the following surnames: Donahue/Donohue, Steel/Steele, Booz,
Stier, Stokley, Lockard, Kroft, Metzler, Kauffman, Spence and Wiltbank.
I welcome and encourage corrections and additions to memorials that I have created. For transfers please state relationship.
Any photos that I have taken may be added to your family webpage without further permission.
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|Glenn Wallace||RE: Pearthree at Penn Hill Burial Ground|
Thanks for letting me know, Tom~~~ I'll make a note.
|Glenn Wallace||Pearthree at Penn Hill Burial Ground|
Tom, would you happen to have noticed if Estella Pearthree's husband, Edwin Franklin Pearthree, was buried near his wife? He died in 1983. His parents are also buried there, so I'm assuming he would be with his family there.
|William Reilly||Emma Stevenson|
Hello Tom I just found your posting for my great grandmother Emma Stevenson. Her maiden name was Gee. I was wondering how you came across her name and whether there was any other information such as her parent's names. I certainly appreciate what you found. I am from NE Philadelphia (Holmesburg) but have been living in West Chester for the past 26 years. I am 81 years old. Best regards Bill Reilly
|C Sachs Wagner||Woodward Hill vs Zion Lutheran|
Thanks! I'll have to make another visit sometime to get a good visual of these definitions. I've been checking the death certificates of the ones I posted and the headstone photos I took. It seems that's the best (only?) way to determine which cemetery it really belongs in. I've moved the ones I've found to be wrong. Thanks for all you do to keep it all straight.
|C Sachs Wagner||George Weisser|
Thanks for the correction to this memorial. I've deleted it. I switched the Wohlers' memorials from Woodward Hill to Zion Lutheran after checking the death certificates that are available online. Am I picturing Woodward Hill correctly when I'm thinking it is quite small compared to the adjacent cemetery Zion Lutheran? What street does the main entrance come off, with Woodward hill on the left and Zion Lutheran on the right?
|Dale Shenk||RE: Esther High Slaymaker|
You are correct. They buried her in Florida. Thank you.
|Carrie Karbley||Edith Stearns # 118213429, Quarryville Home Cemetery|
Dear Tom, I would very much like to have the transfer of Edith Stearns to me. Edith and her husband did not have children and we came to know her from 1982 when she was at the Quarryville Retirement Home and she became the closest friend to my husband's grandmother Thelma Grayson. She would come home with us on holidays when her health was still good. She was very dear to us. Thank You Carrie K Grayson
|Donna Butler Sheaffer||RE L Hamor|
I don't have any more info in her and I am in AZ right now and can't go out to check. I changed her to Unknown and when I get back next week I'll get it fixed.
You recently sent an update for elvirda fox. I've added obits to her, her husband, and a son. I also linked the parents to the daughter in California once the owner accepts it.
Added by Dan Oh on Nov 19, 2016 11:42 AM
|C Sachs Wagner||RE: Woodward Hill vs Zion Lutheran|
Okay, so it's not just me being careless, then!
I was going to start verifying, too. I know the Michael Musselman family I added should be in Zion. I'll fix those.
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