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My family mostly roamed the Philadelphia & Lower Bucks County area. I became interested in genealogy back in 2008 and have made significant progress in tracing my family history. |
☆I have a few favorite cemeteries: Bethel & Arlington in Pennsauken and Colestown in Cherry Hill.
☆I have photographed sections in the following cemeteries:
》Delair Section completed May 2013
》West Avenue Section completed June 2014
•Bethel - Section L completed June 2014
•Colestown - Section I completed May 2014
☆I have started photographing sections in the following cemeteries:
•Colestown - Sections H, BB, AA and O (near H)
•Westfield Friends - about halfway through starting from the east side of the property
☆I'm always looking for the following family names:
☆If you come across these names, please let me know. Thank you in advance :)
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Dave B, David Gardner, groffie, Helen Hanna, Mary Ann Missim..., Mary Sweeney, Phantom Plot Pi..., Ronald Walter T..., Sadie May♥..., Terry, Tim Cook, Trish Coate
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|Anna Powell||Stone graves in Colestown cemetery|
Thank you for put a photo of Hannah Stone's gravestone on the website. It is really hard to read, I was wondering if there was a transcription. Also there should be 2 other Stone's right by hers that belong to her husband and her husband's 1st wife. John Stone and Mary Walker Stone. I was wondering if you happened to photograph those also their memorials don't contain photos of the stones. Memorial #93919969 and #8699275. I live in Montana or I would do it myself. Also, my husband's mother is a Dunn; from Oklahoma, where do your Dunn's hail from?
Thank you so much.
Anna Gehring Powell
|Kelly K||Thomas Hammitt/Sarah Mingin|
I sent you the edit and a personal message to explain the deletion of the husband link at the same time. There is no findagrave for Thomas so it is just deleting the wrong person Budd Hammitt as spouse.
Added by Kelly K on Jul 13, 2016 9:46 AM
|James Harry Lawrence||Beideman wives|
Thanks for the edits on the wives, Mary Ellen, Ella and Viola of the Beideman family. Mary Ellen Harrop Beideman was a cousin of mine so I appreciate your efforts in creating memorials to them. I hadn't known they were all buried at Colestown Cemetery. Thank you on behalf of everyone who has lost family members found again by your excellent efforts. Best of luck in all that you do. Jim Lawrence
|Jeanette Nelson||Transfer Request|
Would you transfer my great uncle's memorial to me please? William Buckner Atkinson. Memorial # 130334968
|Mary Jane (Young) Evertz||aden|
Bell Jane Powell didn't have a son named Adon Cox her daughter did. Maybe she spelled it wrong. I am a descendant of the Powell's and have an official book written by the Powell's of their genealogy written in 1945 and it says Bell Jane Powell's father was Captain Alexander Aden. Bell Jane and Zachariah's marriage license says Aden
|Lauren R||Irene M. Robinson and Harry H. Robinson|
Once again thank you for taking and posting the photos of Irene and Harry Robinson. Irene is the wife of James B. Robinson and Harry H. is their son. Since these two individuals are in my husband's direct line and should they not be related to you, would you kindly consider transferring them to me? I would appreciate it greatly.
Added by Lauren R on Mar 15, 2016 11:56 AM
|Lauren R||James B. Robinson|
Thank you for taking and posting the photo of James B. Robinson's headstone. James was my husband great uncle. If James is not related to you, would you kindly consider transferring his memorial to me? I would appreciate it greatly.
Added by Lauren R on Mar 15, 2016 11:50 AM
|Dave B||Helen Shaw|
Thanks for the photo.
Added by Dave B on Feb 10, 2016 5:26 PM
|joyce collins||Ann Twelves|
I only entered the people in Mechanics. Someone in Findagrave moved them to the new cemetery en masse. Not sure where she is.
|Charlotte Henry Hughes||Anna Eliza Measey Wurst|
Thank you so much for getting the photo of the grave stone. It is much appreciated. Charlotte Henry Hughes
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