I have been interested in geneology for almost 40 years. Many of our family members are from Baltimore. My great-great grandfather, Anton Spath arrived at the port of Baltimore in 1857. The Anton Spath story tells about his family and the Cross Keys area where he lived.
Graham/Borden Ron, thanks so much for the good pictures of Ernest Graham's headstones (both Senior and Junior) and of the headstones for John and Rowena Borden, all at Willow Dale in Goldsboro. You must have taken them before the snow. I have another one outstanding whom I would have thought was in the same area, Mary Carrow Borden Graham, and I just added 3 of her children, one of whom was my father-in-law (Dr. John Borden Graham), all in Willow Dale, in case you're still in the area. Thanks again. -Robin
looking for info. I had sent you a msg a couple of days ago. did you get it? Do you have alot of information on the ephihany cemetery in Odenton Maryland? I noticed that you took a pix of it. Do you know any Daffs'? Thanks
Vincent J. Lawler, Sr.? Hi Ron, I'm pretty sure (but I don't have the data to prove it) that the guy listed below is the father of your Vincent J. Lawler, Jr. I saw the photo request for him at New Cathedral. I usually get a bunch of photos there and I usually check them out first. See Memorial# 153546548. His wife Marion is linked to him. Hope this helps, Dan Phelan Baltimore
Epiphany cemetery in Odenton, Md. I see where you have some information or have maintained information on one of my mothers relations that are buried in the location listed above. I do not want any of my moms relations that are still around to contact me. It's along story and I don't want to write about here or now. Her name was Virginia Mae Jackson (Daff). Her father is the late Parley Albert Daff and her mother the late Bessie Mae Cutright (Daff).
It looks like our genealogical research paths cross a few generations back at the Thompsons. With Francis (Frank) Marion Thompson Jr. being the direct relation with your wife's line and mine. Thanks for the transfers and I will look for you on Find-a-Grave.