|Robin Emery (#47063680)|
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|Karl Mousley||RE: Thomas W. Faulkner Jr.|
Glad to be of help. I took a photo of a Dorothy Faulkner too, presumably Thomas' wife?
I looked for your Great Great Grandfather William Faulkner, but didn't see him. It was about 95F degrees in a blistering sun today, so I didn't look super-closely at the older stones. Many of the stones are quite worn and weathered in some areas, but I'll try it again sometime when its not quite so hot!
|rnmacmullan||RE: Riverside Cemetery|
Hi Robin, I did have a picture of the memorial on my camera but when I enlarged it to read the dates I forgot to save it along with 10 others. On my next visit to Riverside, I will take another picture and post it. I am very happy for you and comments like yours make my efforts worthwhile. Check back in a week. rnm
|Angel Wilson Gerhart||RE: thomas.rebecca Quay|
I have found my grandfather..purely by accident.
If you want me to transfer the graves of your great grandparents to you...I can do that. Also when I was out in Chester Springs at the cemetery ...there is a church on each end of the cemetery and I can't really tell where the dividing line is in the graveyard (ie. which graves belong to which church).
I went to the Phoenixville Historical Society and their "Bishop" records (which is an old funeral home that was in Phoenixville) told me that William was buried in Morris.