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ltguidetti (#46852387)
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Bio Photo I have been doing genealogy for @25 years. My interest is in the Seth Thomas family of southeastern PA.
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RE: transfer
You are most welcome!
Added by Laura on Oct 06, 2014 10:22 AM
Barry L. Seitz
RE: John Edmondson
You're welcome. Happy to do it.

Barry L. Seitz
Added by Barry L. Seitz on Jul 18, 2013 4:13 PM
RE: Lina Cassell/Olivet in Baltimore
OMG another grave I was looking for in the same section as Lina I couldnt find either and there were not in the same plot they were far from each other cause I had a map with the plots on it. I found the same guy did a pic on that one to and did grass. Its the same pic he put on Lina's memorial, that is sad. If you want to check it out its memorial # 34436680. Sure looks like the same pic to me. I guess some people want those numbers.
Added by Kim on Jul 17, 2013 6:39 PM
RE: Lina Cassell/Olivet in Baltimore
I see someone did your request. He has done them for me to, but a pic of grass I don't care for. Still can't assume that is the exact location of the grave. But oh well at least her searched to and couldn't find the stone. Don't understand why the records say there was a stone there unless it got buried over the years.
Added by Kim on Jul 17, 2013 6:27 PM
RE: Lina Cassell/Olivet in Baltimore
The records say there is a stone. Maybe someone else will grab it and have better luck than me. I hope so, I felt so bad I couldn't find it. Felt defeated almost. I know a few volunteers who go out alot so maybe one of them will try for you.

Thanks for kind message.
Added by Kim on Jul 11, 2013 4:02 PM
Thomas, Anna W
Let me know how you are related and I will consider a transfer. You commented that you had looked for her and I am so very pleased she is now connected to her husband.
Added by SLGMSD on Aug 01, 2012 7:26 PM
RE: Anna W. Thomas
She was a resident of the Louise Home. Many of the graves for Louise Home residents are unmarked and they rest alone separated from their families. They lived and died in a time when their choices were more limited compared to the options available to women today. The Louise Home was their final residence and the Louise Home plots in Oak Hill are their final resting place.

I honor these forgotten women by researching them in the hopes of linking them on this site to their loved ones. They deserve to be remembered and this is my small way of honoring them.
Added by SLGMSD on Aug 01, 2012 7:13 PM
RE: Anna Thomas
Do you have access to the Washington Post? Her obituary states she was married to David E. Thomas of Darlington and her daughter was Mrs. Leon W. Powell of Durham, North Carolina.

Anna lived at the Louise Home for Women in the District of Columbia. The home was for the care of gentle women who were older and had no means of support. The home was founded by W.W. Corcoran, a District of Columbia philanthropist. Her burial plot is in the Louise Home section of Oak Hill which was provided by the charity of the same name.
Added by SLGMSD on Jul 29, 2012 3:51 PM

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