|Robert F. Johnson (#47230327)|
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|Most of my family research and cemetery research is in Philadelphia and the surrounding counties. I live in South Jersey, and can also help out with cemeteries there.|
My first genealogical experience with a cemetery was Laurel Hill Cemetery in Philadelphia. When I was 7, we buried my great-grandmother overlooking the Robin Hood Dell. This was in 1969, and the cemetery was in very poor condition. It was in August, and I can remember that the grass was taller than I, and they had cut a path from our cars to the grave. It was erie. Now, you would never know it was the same place.
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|Mary Harrell-Sesniak||RE: Ellen Gray Moore|
Before my mother died, we visited Philadelphia only to find that one of our family cemeteries was closed to the public. Mom began entering people from Philadelphia into Findagrave from transcribed obituaries. If you want to know more about her, go to your ancestor's grave and click on her login which was MEGES. She was quite dedicated to helping people find their ancestors.
|RoadRunner||RE: Ann Eliza Sparks Smith|
Hi- No. I'm not related to Ann Eliza. My passion is documenting the cemeteries of Columbia County Pa and I always try to link the person in the memorial to their parents if I can. When I find things like old obituaries, I like to add them too, in case a family member researcher doesn't have them. :)
|Längenberger Familien||Sarah Ann Cuthbert, née Kochersperger, at Mount Moriah Cemetery in Philadelphia|
I tried to contact you several times through the findagrave.com portal to ask you to please make some modifications to the memorial of Sarah Ann Cuthbert, née Kocherperger. I never got any reaction from you which leads me to believe that you might have changed your email address linked to findagrave.com.
I am now asking the findagrave.com editing staff to assist.
|Jim Tipton||RE: Thank you.|
I feel horrible about this but, while working on the site earlier today, I introduced a bug that accidentally attributed all new photo requests to me! I have since gone back and corrected the issue and adjusted the credit for the photo request, but I am not able to re-generate the email that you received. To thank the correct photographer, please click on their name under the photo and leave them a message or send them an email. Thanks and sorry for the mistake!
|Emory Schnuriger||RE: Dooley Picture|
I am glad I could help out. If you want only one picture, let me know and I can delete the one you don't want.
|Eleanor L. Johnson||Klinger|
Thanks for the information about the removal of graves from one cemetery to another.
Eleanor Law Johnson
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