RE: Joseph Breed
Thank for the prompt reply. I am trying to verify
the Month & day. But am unsure where to find
Added by Phyllis on Nov 18, 2016 2:16 PM
RE: JOSEPH BREED
I saw you added a flower to the above memorial.
Are you related to Joseph Breed? Do you by
any chance have the source of his birth date?
This is a 7th Gr. Grandfather & I would like to
add the birth to our tree. I hope you will reply.
Added by Phyllis on Nov 13, 2016 1:22 PM
Added by Vicki on Jun 26, 2015 2:29 PM
Kohler photos are attached to this memorial. (Warren Kuhnert)
Added by Vicki on Jun 26, 2015 2:27 PM
I noticed that you left a flower on my grandma's page. Just out of curiosity how are you linked to Patsy Geneva Miller Bivens? I am trying to put a family tree together and would love to know where you fit in. Feel free to email me if you like. Melissa.email@example.com
|SUSAN BLAZEK||related to Virginia Whitten Holmberg|
Hello, I was browsing some of my relatives gravesites on this site and saw that many of the were added by you.... I was wondering if you are related to Virginia Whitten Holmberg? She was my grandmother Natalie (Whitten) Metzger's cousin, I believe? We grew up calling her Aunt Ginny. We used to visit all of these Metzger, and Whitten graves, along with the grave of Lila Smith (who we called Aunt Lila) in Pine Grove Cemetery every Memorial Day. I live far away now, and cannot be there, so thank you for posting these.
-Susan (Metzger) Blazek
|Howard A Sutherland||Ray Riley|
Thanks for the info. I have added it to his memorial.
|Howard A Sutherland||Dr. Wiley|
Thank you for the info regarding Dr.Wiley. I have added it to his memorial.
|Sherry M.||Gray Nicar|
Thank you for letting me know to link him to his father. Sorry it has taken me this long to get back to you but I have been away from F.A.G. for a little while due to family issues. But they are now together.. :)
|Michelle||RE: John Mallonee|
I believe the way it works for the area is St John's Parish didn't mean they were buried at the church. St John's Parish is just a very large area and people would worship in that area Living/dying in St John's Parish could mean they are buried in the area that was called ST John's Parish which would now include Baltimore County, Harford County and possibly Baltimore City. I don't know exactly what the boundaries were. I think this is they way I remember it from when I did some digging for someone years ago. I hope this helps?
Added by Michelle on Jan 20, 2014 10:41 AM
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