|Dan Oh (#46803017)|
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I will transfer any entry I've made to your care- I don't care what your relationship or reason. I'm not related to any of my entries except a very few. My effort is documentation and finding the lost among the stones.|
It might be helpful to others to cite the source of requested updates; But even that omission won't stop the update.
How to Request a TRANSFER
*Note: You must be logged in for this procedure to work:
1. Click on the "EDIT TAB" top right of the entry
2. Click "SUGGEST A CORRECTION...."
3. Type the word "TRANSFER"
That gives me ALL the information I need to make the transfer.
Living in Northern Chester County, Pennsylvania,
"I See Dead People."
I haunt cemeteries for tombstone photos and follow up with obituaries if available at the Chester County Historical Society. Or Vice-Versa, I get the obit then find tombstone.
Let me know where I can help in Chester County, Pennsylvania
Dan Lindley, A.K.A Dan Oh
Support Your Local Historical Society! I Do.
** Delaware Death Certificates click here.
What does the phrase "natural causes" mean in an obituary? The answer is that all causes of death belong to one of three categories: violent, accidental, and natural. Death by "natural causes" does not mean the person died of "old age," it means the person was not killed in an accident or an act of violence. When an infant dies of a congenital heart problem, that's natural causes.
Many obituaries or death reports will include a specific cause of death, such as heart attack, lung cancer, etc., but often, they only state "natural causes," or it can be adduced from phrases like "no indication of foul play," "died peacefully in his sleep," etc. The older the deceased is, there's more of a presumption of natural causes. For example, a note like "no indication of foul play" is more likely to be found in the death report of someone in her 20s than someone in her 90s.
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|Patrick O'Kane||RE: Grace Donnelly|
That is Dr. John Henry's wife. They ran a Pharmacy in Kennett Square.
|Patrick O'Kane||RE: John Donnelly|
According to the 1940 Census Kennett Square Chester County,John Henry Donnelly was recorded by his Father as born Coatesville, Chester County, PA.
Thank you so much for posting the Death Certificate for Mary A. Donnelly, 05th July 1922. According to the Death Certificate, Mary was Born 24th May 1858. Could you post this date.
|Benjamin Ady||Clarence Groff death year|
Regarding Clarence Groff's date of death, I know his headstone says 1883, but it's wrong. The person who ordered the headstone must have gotten his year of birth from his WWII draft registration card, which does say 1883. However, His WW1 draft registration card, the 1900 census, and the social security death index all say 1885.
Also the 1910 census says aged 24, the 1920 says age 34, the 1930 45, and the 1940 age 54. So there's significantly more evidence for the latter. I can upload all of the above, if you want.
|qashqai||St. Matthews Lutheran Church|
Good catch on which township St. Matthews is in. Unfortunately, you may have a bit of trouble convincing Find a Grave to make the change. It is almost exactly between West Vincent Elementary School and the West Vincent Township Building. While St. Matthews UCC is in West Vincent Township and is visible from St. Matthews Lutheran, they are in different townships. They call this political hogwash, Gerrymandering.
Both of these St. Matthew churches are on PA Route 401. They both have rather good sized graveyards. I pass both on my way to East Earl Township at least once a month to shop at a supermarket called Shady Maple. If you have any names at either that you haven't created a photo request for, please contact me directly.
I note that you have several request at the Leverington Cemetery in the Roxborough section of Philadelphia. I've walked it several times. Next time I'm there I'll see about those request of yours.
Added by qashqai on Oct 25, 2016 4:41 AM
|KGottshall||RE: Peter Yeingst|
You are more than welcome to use the photo.
|Family Tree Climber||RE: Peter Yeingst|
Photo courtesy of L.Durham would be fine.
|Family Tree Climber||RE: Peter Yeingst|
You certainly may use the photo for the website, thank you for asking!
|BJ Mann||RE: Sam Chambers|
Thanks so much! Distant relative, but someone will find that memorial of great value, as we both know.
Added by BJ Mann on Oct 24, 2016 7:33 AM
|James Harry Lawrence||R.I.P. DRL|
Hi Dan, Really like your bio photo, your cool memorial, think I'll do mine since I'm closer to the end than you, and your philosophy concerning transfers. Stay loose and thanks so much for what you've done for others. Jim Lawrence, Bucks County Boy.
|Marti Drumheller||RE: Alice thorne Rodebaugh|
You Could Do Rodenbaugh and Use The Thorne As A First Marriage If You Can Find His Grave..I Have A Lead But Nothing For Sure...Let Me Keep Checkig....
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