|Tom Donahue (#47182363)|
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|I have a passion for family research. My family is from the Philadelphia, Pennsylvania area and Lancaster County, Pennsylvania area. |
Interested in the following surnames: Donahue/Donohue, Steel/Steele, Stier, Stokley, Lockard, Kroft, Metzler, Kauffman, Spence.
I welcome and encourage corrections and additions to memorials that I have created. For transfers please state relationship.
Any photos that I have taken may be added to your family webpage without further permission.
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My husband's grandmother was Katherine/Kathryn Banzhof, married Fritsch. The family traces back to a farm outside Strasburg. Would love to share information. Contact me at F7178728979@dejazzd.com
Added by jfritsch on May 15, 2013 6:54 AM
|Wendy Houck||Mennonite Graveyard at Balfour|
Hi Tom, I received your email about the duplication of the memorial for Andrew Bear. It looks like I inadvertently duplicated quite a few memorials in this cemetery. I think this cemetery was listed twice under different names and then Find A Grave merged them together. I see my pictures are all out there and sometimes, the same picture is there twice on some of the memorials. Thanks for bringing this to my attention. I'll delete all the duplicates. Thanks. Wendy
|Carolyn Y Lowe Shifflett||Philadelphia Connections|
I too am finding out how deeply routed my maternal line is in the Philadelphia area. I would love to just jump in the car and go to various cemeteries on a whim, like I do here in Lancaster County. Have you ever been to Mount Zion Cemetery in Darby, Delaware, PA?
|Carolyn Y Lowe Shifflett||RE: Anna Gaul|
Been there...done that...I must be part sadist as I always seem to choose either frigid windy days or gawd awful hot days!! As long as it's a cloudy day. I have given up trying to take photos on sunny days due to the glare of the sun.
|Jane Hamilton||RE: Legers|
Tom, Sorry, I am kind of new to transfering and didn't realize they would stay with the same cemetery.That should all be clear now. I find Orpha #70781318 in Arlington Cemetery, Upper Darby b. July 1855 d.
Aug. 18, 1938 #68833 soundex #260
From Penna. Death Index (on line)
|Jane Hamilton||RE: Nathan Jones Leger/dau Alice|
Death: Nov. 24, 1890
Pennsylvania, USA [Edit Dates]
Daughter of Nathan and Ella H. Leger. 7 years 5 months of age.
Did not find an obituary notice for Alice Leger.
|Jane Hamilton||RE: Nathan Jones Leger|
I posted to New Haverford, so the stone for Ella would be in the Old Haverford. Sure is confusing. Check out mine in New. Have one typed for Nathan J. Le"d" ger, Husband of Ella and find an Ophre A. Jackson Leger. Look them over, don't know if you can copy/paste them. If not I'll send on. Jane
|Patricia Hopkins||RE: Photo request, Richard Adams|
Thank you so much for this information
|pbsancestry||RE: Frank Roscoe Beall, J|
They are all buried in Section 5
Frank Roscoe Beall - Find A Grave Memorial# 108907935
Lois MacIntyre Beall - Find A Grave Memorial# 108908053
Thanks for all your contributions to Find a Grave!
|Scott Keuper||Myra Lindsay|
I added the information that you requested.
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