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|Sara Patton||John Scarborough III|
Do you have documentation for the birth date listed on this findagrave site?
|RestorationsByTim||Philadelphia National Cemetery forum thread|
Hello again, Jacques. I've set up a forum thread to discuss those hard-to-fulfill Philadelphia National Cemetery photo requests. See it here!
Link: Philadelphia National Cemetery forum thread
|Linda Monticelli||Grace Heaton Stackhouse & others|
Grace Heaton Stackhouse and her husband Thomas Stackhouse (my 7th great-grandparents), Robert Heaton and his wife Alice (maiden name unknown) Heaton (my 8th great-grandparents), and Euclydus Longshore and his wife Alice Stackhouse (my 6th great-grandparents) were all buried at the Middletown MM (Friends) Cemetery in Middletown (now Langhorne), Bucks County, Pennsylvania. They were all members of the Middletown Monthly Meeting and they are listed in the Quaker records as being buried in the Middletown Friends Cemetery. I have made memorial pages at Findagrave for each of them at the correct cemetery.
If you have some documents saying that they were buried at some other cemetery, could you please share this information with me?
Linda Lamb Monticelli
|RestorationsByTim||No Longshores at Philadelphia National Cemetery|
I'm writing in reference to the Longshore memorials that you created for the Philadelphia National Cemetery. These memorials are listed here. Most of these Longshores died prior to 1850, and are therefore highly unlikely to have been buried at Philadelphia National.
Philadelphia National Cemetery was established in 1862. In 1927, several veterans of the Mexican War, whose deaths date back to the early 1850s, were removed to Philadelphia National from Glenwood cemetery. Although some other veterans had been removed from other defunct cemeteries, finding anyone who died prior to 1850 at Philadelphia National Cemetery is highly unlikely.
The VA's Nationwide Gravesite Locator does not show any Longshores at Philadelphia National Cemetery. It shows only one Longshaw site, that of a John Longshaw who died in 1931 and is buried there with his wife, Louisa.
I would like to know your basis for adding these burials for Philadelphia National Cemetery. As far as I can tell from the circumstances, they are not buried here. I receive repeated photo requests for these Longshores, allegedly at Philadelphia National Cemetery, that I reckon will never be fulfilled. If you tell me your basis for creating the memorials at Philadelphia National Cemetery, I might be able to offer suggestions for confirming their burial locations.
I appreciate the work you've done on the Longshore bios, as I imagine are those who request photos for the Longshore gravesites. If the correct burial locations for these Longshores remains unconfirmed, consider creating memorials for them of type "Other (cremation, ashes scattered, body donated, etc.)". This will create memorials for them that are not associated with any cemetery, thereby preventing the inevitably dashed hopes of repeated, unfulfillable photo requests.
Thanks for considering this matter, and feel free to message me with any questions.
|imbeanie||Cherry family transfer|
I was wondering if you might transfer the members of the Cherry family (in Oak Grove Cemetery, Delaware, Ohio) that you administer to me. They are ancestors of mine, and I would like to be able to add more information. My member number is 47312451.
Added by imbeanie on Mar 04, 2014 3:30 PM
|Nancy (Hitchcock) Clewell||Cryder Memorials|
Thank you for the transfer of the Cryder memorials located in Oak Grove Cemetery. We are working with them this weekend to get them all linked and with bios. Thank you for all you do!
|cathy lindeman||Belmont Cemetery|
I'm trying to research John and James Longshore that seem to have graves in both Longshore and Belmont Cemeteries in Iroquois County.
Can you tell me where is Belmont cemetery located in Iroquois County and is it close to the Longshore cemetery?
|Richard Pickering||Mary Pierson Scarborough 1676|
Jacques, Mary Scarborough re: 45822637, b 1676-PA, w/o John Scarborough 3rd 45822627. How is their 1st child (Mary) also shown b-1676 ? See 45822864. Richard ID 48285007.
|A Pearson||Amie Pearson Scarborough|
You have Amie and her husband buried in Philadelphia Natl Cemetery this is wrong. They were both buried in a Buckingham graveyard according to the "Crispin Pearson of Bucks County 1748-1806" Higgson Please correct. Ann
|Judy B||MANY, MANY, Duplicate Memorials|
Marlborough Cemetery / Delaware County Ohio
You have created so many unnecessary duplicate memorials in this cemetery. Can you explain the reason for this ????
Added by Judy B on Nov 26, 2013 3:55 AM
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