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Suzanne F (#47385558)
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Mary Andres
Thank you for the picture but you uploaded it twice. Can you please remove one?

Is she is relative of yours?

Thank you

Added by Linda on Aug 08, 2013 7:32 AM
Tombstone Tourista
Franklin Cemetery (Defunct)
Cemetery notes and/or description:
Franklin Cemetery was established in 1840 at Pelham and Elkhart Streets. All the burials here were removed to Evergreen Memorial Park, Bensalem, and a playground now occupies the site.
Added by Tombstone Tourista on Jun 06, 2013 6:47 AM
RE: Henry Borer
The Mercer County Genealogical Society did cemetery readings of the cemeteries in Mercer County back in the mid 80's. I am thinking that he was not in the readings or he would have gotten set up. Not sure if that means he is buried there with a aged marker or if he is buried somewhere else.
Added by tut on Nov 23, 2010 11:08 AM
Greg Kimberley
RE: Sarah Rees Rowland b. July 1863 Wales
Suzanne, I am only the photographer; I do not manage the memorial and therefore cannot add any information. You must use the "edit" tab above the photo to "suggest a correction" to add information. The request is sent to the memorial manager. Best Regards, Greg.
Added by Greg Kimberley on Apr 28, 2013 8:35 PM
RE: Henry Borer
Just going by his date of death, I am guessing that his marker, if he was buried there, is not readable. I tried to get all of the markers there, but some of them were just not in good shape.
Added by tut on Nov 23, 2010 11:05 AM
Patrick Demoy
It sure is possible that birth and death dates got mixed up--but if his age was on his marker, then it's almost always the death date that is given.
Pennsylvania now has a free, searchable index of Death Records up to 50 years ago, so you might be able to find him in that, and send away for a copy (non-certified "only" three dollars, as opposed to nine bucks for the certified copies...) and find out if he is indeed buried here.
Either way, I'll be glad to transfer him to you if you want, so you can add whatever you find more easily.
Added by RobMinteer57 on Jan 21, 2013 4:10 PM

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