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Jeri (#47464537)
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Steven R. Goff
RE: David McDermott
I have tried all day to remember but can not were I found it the first time . It was just a small obit .
Added by Steven R. Goff on Oct 12, 2014 8:47 PM
Steven R. Goff
RE: David McDermott
Sorry , I don't recall were I saw to Obit notice and I have NO other info on him.
Added by Steven R. Goff on Oct 08, 2014 10:09 AM
L. Patton
RE: John R. Patton
Sorry, I don't know how John is related to my
husband's family.
My husband's father is George W. Patton,1892 born in Camden,NJ, died 1980 Paulsboro,NJ, Joseph W. Patton,jr -1859 born in Camden,NJ, Joseph W. Patton sr.1829, born in Kensington Ward I, Phila.,Pa, His father was David Patton born 1800 in NJ moved to Kensington ward I,Phila.Pa. I can not find any info on David's parents, or his wife. If you have any info, I would appreciate it.

Added by L. Patton on Jun 13, 2014 8:38 AM
Jane Gilman
cemetery photos
You are quite welcome!
Added by Jane Gilman on Jan 20, 2014 8:13 PM
Jane Gilman
Martha Elizabeth Ruddick Frisbey
The cemetery staff did a GREAT job raising and cleaning Martha's marker! I posted two new pictures, but I had to delete the less legible photos of Martha's marker to do so (no more photos allowed without payment). I assume that you are okay with that, but if you would like different photo choices, just let me know. I have taken quite a lot of photos for those graves!
Added by Jane Gilman on Jan 20, 2014 2:04 PM
Jane Gilman
Martha Elizabeth Ruddick Frisbey
I have posted 4 photos, but I will be trying again to get something more legible. I put in a request to get her stone raised above the mud level (they irrigate at least several times a week), and then maybe I can clean it off a little more and get something easier to read ... maybe. The granite looks like it has a buildup of calcium perhaps, from the irrigation water (we have very hard water here). I have seen other granite stones in this cemetery that have legibility problems, while the bronze markers may have deposits, they can still be read easily.

Also, I could add one or two pictures showing the general scenery around these graves, perhaps deleting one or both of the photos showing Martha's stone and her two husbands' stones. Anyway ... let me know what you think.
Added by Jane Gilman on Jan 04, 2014 12:39 AM
Harry Noel
RE: Margaret Spring
I'm glad you were able to find her! I'll pass the info along to my wife. Thanks!
Added by Harry Noel on Feb 20, 2012 7:56 PM
Harry Noel
RE: Margaret Spring
I am sorry to say that I do not know where she is or what her married name is. By chance, just a few weeks ago my wife tried to track her down but had no luck. She is my wife's cousin once removed and used to play with her as a child, but lost touch with her long ago. If it helps in your search, my wife believes her first name is spelled "Fredyne". If we happen to find out more, I'll send you a note and if you find out, please let us know. Good luck!
Added by Harry Noel on Feb 19, 2012 6:45 PM

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