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My paternal side includes the Puritans of New England, Mayflower descendant of John Howland and Elizabeth Tilley and the Swede, Anders Boon. My main research is in the states of Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Delaware.|
My maternal side is mostly Quaker - researching in Philadelphia, Bucks and Montgomery counties, Pennsylvania.
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Yes, you may use any of the photos I posted.
Have a good night.
Added by tint on Sep 19, 2014 6:43 PM
|Bruce Hallowell||RE: Hughes Warner Hallowell|
Yes, Hughes Warner Hallowell's (went by Warner) first wife Anna W. Davis died on 27 Dec 1929 (date from Warner's 2nd marriage certificate). He married Emma Cordelia (Pepper) Wynn on 10 June 1933 at 611 Arbor Rd., Rowland Park, Montgomery Co. PA. I found this marriage registration in the Montgomery Co. Archives record books on a previous visit to Norristown. Emma's first husband had died on 29 Jan 1926 according to the same document. Emma died 6 Oct 1941 and is buried in Northwoods Cemetery as you said. Warner's first wife Anna is buried next to him in Warminster Friends Burial Ground.
|William Ridge||John Biddle at William Penn|
I added John's father and his mother's maiden name to a short bio. What was his mother's first name?
|Susan Beyer||John Sale|
Thank you for the parents names for John Sale. I have added them to his memorial.
|Hilda Hartman Ennis||Forest Hills Cemetery, Morrisville, PA|
RE: RAy Raunaheimo's message...
It is listed in Morrisville, Bucks County, and I went to a military funeral there for my friend, Laura Weber, a couple of months ago. There are not a lot of interments listed but is quite a large cemetery!
It must be a newer one and no one seems to know that it exists. It certainly shouldn't be eliminated!
Take a ride and see for yourself.
|Ray Rauanheimo||RE: Forest Hills Cemetery|
Actually, the entries made to this cemetery should have been made to the Forest Hills in Montgomery County. I have notified everyone who had entered any here and several have responded.
The problem came up because most of the people who would be interred there came from Philadelphia. To their families, if it's out of the city, it must be in Bucks County.
I'll ask FindAGrave to move those postings remaining to the Montgomery County Forest Hills. Then we'll eliminate the Bucks County Forest Hills and my county will be accurate again.
|Hilda Hartman Ennis||Margaret Hahn|
I have deleted this memorial so there is no confusion!
FYI, THere is another Forest Hills Cemetery in Bensalem as I went to a funeral there about 2 months ago for a very dear friend of 94 years! It is off on the left of Hulmeville Road. Definitely, don't delete it. Seems quite big too!
|Mary Beth||Thank you.|
Thank you very much for the transfers.
|Mary Beth||RE: Amaziah White|
Hi Louise. He is actually an ancestral grandfather of my friend, and I'm tracing his families line for him. We would both be happy if you would be willing to transfer him and his wife Hannah to us. Thank you for your consideration. Kindly, Mary Beth.
|janicet||Esther Reed photo|
That works great - thank you
Added by janicet on Jul 05, 2014 8:56 PM
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