|Gary Galván (#46531157)|
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Dr. Galván is the Curator for the Edwin A. Fleisher Collection of Orchestral Music at the Free Library of Philadelphia – the largest circulating collection of orchestral performance materials in the world. A guitarist, musicologist, author, lecturer, and digital archive specialist, he has presented his original research on 20th- and 21st-century Pan American orchestral music at myriad colloquia across the nation and around the world including the Music and the Moving Image Conference in New York City, the International College Music Society Conference in Bangkok and Ayuthaya, Thailand, and the International Conference on New Directions in the Humanities in Granada, Spain. He has published articles in a wide array of peer-reviewed journals and texts, including American Music, The New Grove Dictionary of American Music, and Musicians and Composers of the Twentieth Century. He is an editor for the forthcoming edition of Latin American Classical Composers: A Biographical Dictionary and is working on a book entitled From Cradle to Grave: Edwin A. Fleisher and the PanAmerican Symphonic Coming of Age.|
A member of La Salle University’s faculty since 2006, he teaches a variety of special music topics including Music of Latin America, America’s Music, Music and the Moderns: The 20th-century Revolution, Jazz, Opera: Death, Desire, and Divas, 20th Century American Composers, and The Symphony. His research as an historical musicologist and his fascination with grave sculpture and genealogy have driven his participation on Find-a-Grave.
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|Marilyn Hollcroft Vercimak||Mary Hollcroft|
First, thank you for taking the time to put this information on Find-A-Grave. We appreciate you!
I do have the same death date as you for Mary Hollcroft....10 May 1845.
In my family's papers I have the birth date 17 Aug. 1827...and that her nickname was Pollie. I do not have any documentation for it.
|jerseygirl||Frederick E Peterson|
Hi, was wondering if you could tell me more about Frederick Elmer Peterson (#6578451), such as where he was born and who his spouse was? I am researching my mother's side of the family and am looking at Peterson's in NJ. Thanks for anything you can share! Pam
Thank you so much for the details you offered about Ms. Fenimore. I've added them to her memorial page, which you can review via this URL: http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=61993809. Unfortunatley, I did not know her personally. I only entered a memorial for her from her obituary, which appeared in the local newspaper. She certainly seems to have been a very interesting person. Thank you again!
|Margaret Orthodox||RE: Joseph Hutton|
I live near his cemetery and got an email about your recent photo request. I took a look at his memorial and noted that his places of birth and death were listed only as Pennsylvania, and I'm very familiar with the Philadelphia death certificate search at FamilySearch, so I thought I could easily add some further info. I'm not related or anything, if that's what you were wondering.