|Denise Petersen||RE: Thanks you for your effort and time|
Glad I could be of help!
|Denise Petersen||RE: What great news|
I'm glad it was helpful. I have more information to come. Just ran out of time before I could get everything posted. I have other images for you from that same plot.I'll try to get them up later today.
|Denise Petersen||RE: Thank you for your effort and time|
A bit muggy, but productive! Glad to help.
|SteveDM||RE: Thanks you for your effort and time|
You are very welcome glad I could be of some help to you.
Added by SteveDM on Feb 25, 2014 12:52 PM
|April Adeline Engler||RE: Hughes Cemetery|
Great news! In the midst of my snow days and everything being frozen solid, I have located the Rowland Hughes Cemetery on one of my neighbor's farms! At first glance, only Rowland's grave stone has a full name on it. There is a stone with J.W. On it that I assume is John W. There are several unmarked graves. In the spring, I may be able to find more stones when things are not frozen solid! I'll go over there and take pics today!
|Jenn O.||Nicholson - Arlington|
Just uploaded photos for Benjamin and George. Also on the stone are: Blanche and Florence Nicholson and Blanche and Clifford Hare. They already have memorials, so I've uploaded the photo for them as well.
Added by Jenn O. on Feb 02, 2014 3:02 PM
|JanFamily||Elizabeth Ellis Shoemaker|
I went to the Shoemaker cemetery today and photographed every single gravestone and posted all of them except for two small markers that only have initials on them. One had F.R.C and J.P.C. on it, which I suspect were children of Eliza Shoemaker Coon and her husband Henry. The other had J.S. on it. Perhaps a marker for one of the Shoemakers, but certainly not Elizabeth Ellis Shoemaker. I also submitted a picture of the cemetery gate which simply reads "Shoemaker". That photograph will not be posted until Find A Grave approves it in the next day or so.
I am happy to share the photographs with you, if you want ones that have higher resolution than I was allowed to post on Find A Grave. Just let me know.
|Eugene Glenn Stackhouse||Franklin Cemetery|
Franklin Cemetery is defunct.
Defunct means that the cemetery no longer exists. It is gone. That site is now a playground.
The bodies were removed to a mass grave, probably in Chester County, PA.
|Joseph Mann||RE: Inquiry|
There is no marker on the gravesite. The marker that appears at the head of the grave actually belongs to the grave behind hers.
|Nikita Barlow||Evelina Martin Alexander|
My pleasure! And what a wonderful project!
I write professionally, and you're welcome to use my bio of Mrs. Alexander. I just ask that it be appropriately credited as "Bio by Nikita Barlow, Findagrave".
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