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Bob Frick (#46860503)
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Patricia Lyle
Spear/Grew
While working on family I came across 2 memorials that can be combined. #22035604 Spear - can be updated to read Susannah Grew Spear born 1823 and died Feb 1849. Wife of George C Spear. Married 22 Apr 1844. The second #22035488 Grew is the same person.
Added by Patricia Lyle on Jun 12, 2014 9:27 AM
Walda Thompson
Kollock
Hi,

This particular grave marked Kollock. Do you have any further information? I am a Kollock myself and would be interested to see if this is a relation to me.

Thank you,

Walda Kollock
Added by Walda Thompson on Dec 29, 2013 8:18 PM
Walda Thompson
Kollock
Hi,

This particular grave marked Kollock. Do you have any further information? I am a Kollock myself and would be interested to see if this is a relation to me.

Thank you,

Walda Kollock
Added by Walda Thompson on Dec 29, 2013 8:18 PM
Fran Virginia Hutton Lee
Thank you
I just found my 9th great-grandfather here. I expect I will more of my family here. Thank you for your efforts.
Added by Fran Virginia Hutton Lee on Jun 11, 2013 1:14 PM
sr/ks
thank you
Thanks for kindly making the updates on Hannah Starkey, very appreciated. No apologies needed on the time lapse, it happens. One of these days I might be able to send you an actual bio of her, but that will take more time. In the meantime, thanks much.
Added by sr/ks on Mar 08, 2013 9:35 AM
Zeni
"Beatty" interred in Graceland
I have recently added my brother Fredrick Albert Reams to the cemetery (which is on his death record as North Mount Moriah)... aka Graceland.

Years ago my mother said that Fritzi was interred in or near the grave of a relative who served on Old Ironsides. She also said he was a "Beatty".

While researching family names, I found that an "Andrew Beatty" served on the USS Constitution duing the War of 1812. (I found this in a book at the Pennsylvania Historical Society in Philly about 20 years ago.)

I have left a flower with a "note" to this effect on this Memorial... I hope you don't mind.

It is so sad when our military men get "lost" in History. Maybe, someone else will see the flower and note and be able to solve this puzzle.

Inez Janess (Zeni)
zoe_beth@yahoo.com
Added by Zeni on Dec 14, 2012 1:20 AM
Carol Chidlow
RE: Sabina Volz
Thanks Bob, I would love to have a copy.
Not finding much from the Volz but have found bunches from my Craven line. Mainly through other people who had a lot of old English genealogy.
Can't seem to get past George and Sabina in the Volz line. Still trying.
carol
Added by Carol Chidlow on Aug 28, 2012 10:21 AM
Carol Chidlow
Sabina Volz
Bob, Just wandering around Find A Grave and read Sabina's obit. Is it my imagination or is it totally wrong?
carol
Added by Carol Chidlow on Aug 04, 2012 2:34 PM
David Malin
Sandy Bank Burial Grounds
Could you provide the location for this burial site? I am a direct descendant of Randal Malin and would love to visit. Thank you.

David Malin
Lebanon, PA
bigdave17042@yahoo.com
Added by David Malin on Jun 17, 2012 6:21 AM
sr/ks
Thank you
Hello Bob, I just came by to say thanks for the fine work you've done on the Hayti Church cemetery in Marple. I had been there back in the 80's, just before the Blue Route opened (and well before there was a FindAGrave, or before I would have thought of photographing a tombstone). Yesterday in my archives, I found something I had written a few days after that visit, which ended with mentioning some of the names I had been able to read there. It occurred to me that I should put those people on FindAGrave, did a search on one of the names, and voila, there you had him (Noah Stout) as well as most of the others. I have only a few more to add since you covered most of the folks I had seen.

It's rather a magical spot, isn't it? I remember when I stepped into the cemetery, I felt instantly back in time. Most of those folks laid in stillness a long time, it was like time had frozen. I remember when I went there that perhaps a sixth of the burial locations we were able to discern had well-maintained veteran's flags on them, so it was still visited regularly by someone.

Anyway, thank you for so diligently photographing and documenting the people at this almost forgotten location. I'm glad its been done and someone else has visited this magical place.
Added by sr/ks on Nov 19, 2010 9:30 AM
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