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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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|Susan Beyer||RE: Himes picture|
Is this your family? If so I will gladly transfer. Also I looked up Viola, The gravestone states 1904 but death records say born and died in 1899. Confusing
|JR Blain||Rivard links|
Hello, The link has been made for Wilfred Rivard to his parents. Thank you for the update! I also linked Nelson Rivard to his parents!
Added by JR Blain on Apr 10, 2014 2:17 PM
|Zoe Tom||Henry H Horn|
This is Henry's death certificate from when he was buried in the first cemetery:
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Death Certificates Index, 1803-1915
Henry H Horn
1 Jul 1844
Philadelphia, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Age at Death:
German Lutherian Burial Ground
FHL Film Number:
Added by Zoe Tom on Apr 05, 2014 10:56 AM
|Zoe Tom||Henry H. Horn|
Could you please add the tombstone picture to this memorial?
Added by Zoe Tom on Apr 05, 2014 3:40 AM
|Zoe Tom||FAG #: 121014274|
Check this memorial out now:
Added by Zoe Tom on Apr 05, 2014 3:03 AM
|Kenneth Gilbert||RE: Rodenbough|
Good luck with that. I was slightly involved with the same thing at Washington Park Cemetery near St. Louis.
|Randee Marshall||Banes Pierson|
Thanks for the heads up on the Pierson family. I made the connections this morning. Don't hesitate to contact me if you find anything else that needs connecting. Have a great day and happy hunting!!
|Dan Oh||RE: Savery|
I saved your email RE: not knowing where mom is buried. Do you know where in PA she died? The year? Have you tried the CC historical society? That's where I'm gonna look on my next visit, but don't want to go down the same path you've tried.
Added by Dan Oh on Mar 08, 2014 1:18 PM
|Harry Lummis||RE: Hallworth|
thank you so much for your kind help in my search for family. The memorial for William has settled an old family rumor. For years we have heard that there was a family member that lived at Pennhurst State School and the info that William was in Spring City gave me the info I needed to investigate this. Unfortunately I found this was true.
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