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Stephen Keefe (#47185593)
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Bio Photo I live in Southern Maryland and have been assembling my extended family's genealogy for the last 15+ years. I continue to work on the genealogy in the fall and winter as time allows, and am glad to run down cemetery photos locally. Prominent names in my genealogy are Keefe, Casey, Hickey, Howley, Welsh, and Lally in New England; Stevens, Stout and Grant in Philadephia and Central New Jersey; Willis & Brady in Virginia and North Carolina; and Legg, Lecates, Meekins, Minch, Sparks, Burris, and Schauber in the Eastern Maryland (DelMarVa) peninsula.

If you find an error in a listing that I created, please don't hesitate to let me know. While doing my own genealogical research, I also photograph and list many unrelated gravestones as time permits. In keeping with Findagrave.com policy, I will gladly transfer a memorial to you because you are directly related to that person.
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Yvonne Cathell
RE: Gears Family Links
Thank You
Added by Yvonne Cathell on Apr 13, 2014 12:04 PM
sue
Thank you, a request
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Willis
Thank you so much for posting this information and headstone picture. I was wondering where my Aunt Jean was..

could you turn over this site to me for my family that Im linking together..the site number is above..Thank you very much sue zisselsberger
Added by sue on Apr 12, 2014 11:53 AM
Bonnie Kehoe-Gove
FAG #30963893
Re Margaret Gove: The two grave pictures you have posted were not taken at Harmony Grove Cemetery in Salem. They were taken at her grave at Harmony Cemetery in Georgetown. Could you please correct your entry?

Thanks,
Bonnie
Added by Bonnie Kehoe-Gove on Apr 10, 2014 5:52 PM
gennie
Hurd
Weren't u also looking for Hurd's? Found one 7639083
Added by gennie on Apr 07, 2014 1:26 PM
gennie
HEY
hey look at what I caught, look careful, see hand on stone, shoulder, head, if you look close you can see outline of hair and face!!!! Read under the photo with the guest first....then compare the pics!!! OMG

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Added by gennie on Apr 07, 2014 1:01 PM
gennie
Postles
YOU are WELCOME Stephen! Glad I could photo the whole group as I wasn't sure they were connected, I had only taken the front four but went back that way for something else, and noticed the back bunch, so figured they were in same plot. Confirmed it with the office to be sure.
Gennie
Added by gennie on Apr 03, 2014 7:07 PM
Sheila Clark Marshall
Anderson grave request
At Sudlersville Cemetery, I found J. Burgess (1890-1966) and Ella F. (1890-1969). Could they be the ones you are looking for? I'm new to this process so I thought maybe your information was off a little. Hope to help you.
Added by Sheila Clark Marshall on Apr 03, 2014 5:19 PM
gennie
Postles in Barratts Chapel
HI, sorry, I didn't make it clear, lol! James and Margaret Postles were in the front row of the family plot, BEHIND them in same plot were their son James, Charles, and Caroline. I included a full front view, side view and back view so that you could see how they are situated. I also added James, Charles and Carolines pics. Enjoy!
Added by gennie on Apr 03, 2014 5:01 PM
gennie
Postles
They are up also James, son, Charles and Caroline
Added by gennie on Apr 03, 2014 2:39 PM
Candeux
RE: Thanks very much!
Stephen,

You're quite welcome; sorry it didn't work out better. The Whatcoat section is notorious for having a lot of unmarked graves, perhaps because this section is comprised mainly of graves moved here from another cemetery.

Your solution to preventing future photo requests for unmarked graves is clever. I haven't had too many repeat requests at Loudon Park yet but if it does start to happen more, this is a good way to deal with it. Fortunately, I keep a record of all requests so at least I already know that the grave is unmarked.

Regards,
Joe Canner
Added by Candeux on Apr 03, 2014 6:40 AM
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