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David Gardner (#46539228)
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Bio Photo I started doing genealogical research ten years ago because I wanted to give my mother a family tree for her 80th birthday. I havn't stopped since. Findagrave is a great resource and research tool and I recommend it to anyone who is doing research. And where else can you go to ask some stranger, 3,000 miles away to take a photo for you for free...and they do it? I'm glad to be part of this community!

Photo taken August 2008 in West Chester, Pennsylvania. David Hazleton Gardner at the grave of his grandfather Hazleton Mirkil.
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JohnF
Rommel-Bromley - Mount Peace
Regarding your two photo requests for Rommel and Bromley in Mount Peace I have some information for you.

One entire section of the on-line records show section V as section U. It is a microfilm operator's error. I have verified in other ways that the section is indeed V. In other words your lot stated U-299 is really V-299. We have been to the cemetery and all of the graves in the area of V-300 are not in sequence, underground rocks?, trees?, who knows. We couldn't find any of them. I now think that group was placed along the fence by, or within, the W section. Next time we are in the cemetery we will expand our search. Regards, -JohnF
Added by JohnF on Jul 24, 2014 9:03 AM
JohnF
David Seyferhelt-Mount Peace
Regarding your photo request for David Seyferhelt in Mount Peace I have some information for you.

The cemetery burial records show that David is buried in lot B-364 with Daniel Seyferhelt, age 72, buried 1889, and Mary Seyferhelt, age 84, buried 1897. A note on the lot record says "Headstone and sill removed summer 1936".

I am very familiar with this section of Mount Peace. I did three photos a few feet from this location in May. Most of the old marble & sandstone stones were removed by the cemetery many years because they sunk, toppled, or broke and became hazards to the mowing crews. There is virtually zero chance of finding anything on this lot. Regards, -JohnF
Added by JohnF on Jul 24, 2014 8:14 AM
Larry Clark
Watts grave sites
I am not able to locate any records for the Vernor Cemetery. In going through the Masonic Cemetery records here in Nashville there is nothing about these people. Sorry I was unable to help more.
Added by Larry Clark on May 20, 2014 10:49 AM
Joy Speakman
Sharon Carter
Hi David,
I fulfilled the photo request for Sharon Carter at West Laurel Hill Cemetery yesterday but for some reason it is still showing up on the requests even though there is now a picture. I used the new App so that probably has something to do with it but I'm not sure. I wanted to let you know that it was done though.
Thanks and have a great weekend!
Joy
Added by Joy Speakman on Apr 11, 2014 7:27 AM
Greg and Cindy Thredgold
RE: Anna Booz
David, I found the record on Family Search while trying to find information about my 4th great grandmother. Her name was Mercy Ann VanHorn and she married Charles Booz. On most Census and other records she went by Anna… with the record having a middle initial of "M" it could be her… or it could be some other Anna with a surname/maiden name beginning with M… I just don't know, but since it's close, I wanted to research it and also to give you her death information.

I will the call the cemetery on Monday, to see what else is involved in the burial records. Since there's no headstone photo can you tell me how you came about making the memorial?

I don't know if this is her, but it could be… I have more research to do.

Cinduy
Added by Greg and Cindy Thredgold on Feb 08, 2014 1:06 PM
sgrove777
Margaret Dorrance links
Wow, that was quick! Thank you very much!
Added by sgrove777 on Jan 08, 2014 12:06 AM
LeAnn Atkin
Mary Praul
This is one of my husband's ancestors and from my research I have found that she was born: 1726 in Philadelphia, Delaware, PA and dis 3 Aug 1784, in Bensalem, Bucks, PA if you would like to add to her information.
Sincerely,
LeAnn Knifer Atkin
leannatkin@hotmail.com
Added by LeAnn Atkin on Sep 19, 2013 3:21 PM
Dan Oh
Ruperts at Oaklands
I actually found them in section E not section C.
You may want to correct the plot on their entries
Added by Dan Oh on Sep 06, 2013 5:00 PM
P. L. Price
RE: Zachariah Fairchild photo
I got the photo from a member of ancestry.com when I added Zachariah to a line on my family tree. I eventually removed him from my tree as the sources didn't add up. I have no idea where he is really buried, as someone else created the memorial. I'm sorry I can't help you more.
Added by P. L. Price on Aug 19, 2013 7:57 PM
sbhutson
RE: Margaret Rieley
David

I have found no enumerations of Margaret Rieley, consort of Louis Bache, even though she lived through 3 every-name censuses (1850-1870) where her nativity would have been indicated.

Her daughter, Margaret Bache Lott, died before the 1880 census when the nativity of parents was listed.

Her son, Louis Bache, reported in the 1880 census that he and both of his parents were born in PA.

That the only evidence of Margaret's nativity that is available...Pennsylvania.

Suzy
Added by sbhutson on Aug 11, 2013 11:19 AM
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