|Donna Elliott (#46944373)|
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|The number of memorials for Leverington Cemetery is now near 10,500. I am saddened by the number of babies, children and young adults that are buried here, their numbers are great and the pain that their parents went through. there are children in the same family that were buried the same day, in a few cases it appears parents and children buried the same day, make me think possibly a house fire. It make you appreciate today's technologies and what it does to save lives.|
There appears to be over 13,000 burials here, most without markers, I will finish with photos here through this spring and summer.
For those who are interested the first two burials here were:
Ann L Battersby
On Feb 7, 1857
Children of James Battersby of Manayunk
There are no markers for these children
They are the first first burials for Leverington and does not include the burials behind Roxborough Baptist Church which was late incorporated into Leverington.
********When requesting transfer of management please include relationship to the person on the memorial. For those requesting transfer of or military please indicate why you are requesting transfer.***********
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|Eugene Glenn Stackhouse||James Winterbottom Leverington|
James Winterbottom, #40038905, was a Civil War veteran, Private, 49th PA.
|Pamela P. Lavery||Catherine Payran|
Catherine Payran, wife of Washington Payran, was nee Rinker.
|Gamaliel||RE: Rebecca Harding Davis|
Thanks! I thought somebody had put the wrong pic on.
Added by Gamaliel on Mar 16, 2013 3:44 PM
|Jana Lagan||Uncle George and Janet Carron|
If you would kindly transfer Uncle George Carron and his wife then I could add their birth and bio to the Mt Peace Memorials. Thank you for the use of the photo, Jana Lagan (#47324396)
|Patricia||Vanaman Family Transfer|
Thanks so much for the transfers Donna!
Added by Patricia on Mar 03, 2013 10:37 PM
|BAlthouse||RE: May M Leidy|
My records show 17 Jun 1879. The time difference is ample to be considered a death date with the 20th being burial date, which I know is all that some cemeteries tracked for the longest time. So.. I remain puzzled, but confirmation that Mary and Enos are buried together does led me to believe this Mary, is the one I'm searching for; especially since all info listed for Enos matches my records.
|Suzie Nash||RE: Sandwith Drinker|
I'm guessing the birth year is 1886, vs 1836. I could be wrong. The death date is 1963, that seems correct.
I'm researching my husband's Ottey cousins, is the only reason I noticed.
Thanks for all of your efforts!
Added by Reb on Jan 25, 2013 3:57 PM
|Christine||Re Annie Janus|
Donna wanted to thank you for the picture but can you kindly transfer Annie to me please I was getting ready to make her find a grave site and noticed you already made it. Her find a grave id is 104010206
Thanks Again Very grateful and appreciative...SO blessed to have people out there that do this...
|Don Blauvelt||RE: layfield|
Thanks for the transfers.
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