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|rebecca||leyda graves Kammerer PA|
i took as many photos once, as i could at the old German Lutheran cemetery in somerset twp in Washington co, Pa, and wanted to find your cahterine leyda, but only found a Benjamin but did find a child of:katherine and someone..write me if you want me to send to your personal email.hope to post these. but the farmer has allowed sheep and donkey to trample the graves....the trustees don't seem to take charge of keeping the fence up, i am very miffed. can we start a petition to get the fence back up please? then fix the stones better! there is a pathetic PILE of them in a heap. please, someone start petitioning...! email@example.com i dont live in Pa.
Added by rebecca on Mar 29, 2016 5:33 PM
|april beatty||thank you|
Mr Howard, thank you for your work. I am able to visit whenever I want and stay as long as I wish. I know this must be tiresome work but...thanks again. April Beatty. Daughter of Lois Mae White, Drew Cemetery, Winnabow, NC. Brunswick County
I found the headstone for John Thomas Delaney. Also in the same section were Elsie Pearl Delaney, Mary Alice Delaney, Evelyn S Delaney, Herbert M Delaney Jr, Mary K Delaney Simmons and Herbert M Delaney. I have added memorials and uploaded photos for all that I have listed.
Added by Janiera on Dec 18, 2012 9:03 PM
|Jon Horine||Underwood cemetery|
Hi, I did hear from someone who was at the cemetery this weekend. It is stiil intact and within the woods "toward the back of the field." Hope to get more info soon. Sincerely, Jon
|Jon Horine||Underwood Cemetery|
Dear Mr Howard, I did hear back from someone who has been at the cemetery recently. She has touched base with people who live and farm that area. They say no one would dare bother the cemetery. Few people know the exact spot. She is going to try to confirm all is well and that the cemetery is still intact. She thinks she can see the correct area in your photo. I will let you know as soon as I hear. Sincerely, Jon Horine
Thank you for the Edwards picture! I certainly do appreciate it.
Added by SDC on Oct 26, 2012 6:00 PM
I really appreciate the pictures! Thank you!
Added by SDC on Oct 22, 2012 4:47 PM
|Bud Winn||John Benfer|
I think you are correct that the DOD was 1815. I changed it to that and added the DOB also.
Added by Bud Winn on Aug 07, 2012 6:19 PM
|Pamela B.||RE: Gottsman|
You're very welcome! It helped immensely that you had the section and row posted. I'm familiar with that cemetery and was able to park nearby and walk right to the grave.
I noticed a stone near this grave for Victor and Helen Gottsman. Are they relatives also? If so, let me know, I snapped a couple photos of that stone, too, just in case. It's not a very common name.
|Mrs. Bee||Mary Mills|
Mary Mills does not have a visible marker in that lot, in nearby lots, or in lots where other persons named Mills are buried at St. Paul's. She is, however, listed as having a marker in Wesley Pippenger's very fine work, Tombstone Inscriptions of Alexandria, Virginia, vol 5. Pippenger based his work on cemetery readings around 2004 and also scoured parish records and earlier cemetery readings. It's possible that the stone has fallen and is no longer visible, but Pippenger usually noted such problems. I posted a photo of lot 57, where markers are inscribed to Henderson and Sim family members.
Do you have the names of other relatives who might be buried near Mary Mills at St. Paul's? Is there a possibility that she is buried in another cemetery nearby?
Nearly all St. Paul's burials have memorials on Find A Grave. You can easily do surname searches there. Please leave me a message, and we'll figure this out!
Added by Mrs. Bee on Jun 29, 2012 2:12 PM
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