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Researching Family; mostly in the Philadelphia area, origins in Germany, Italy, Scotland and Ireland. |
My quest is motivated by the desire to help my children realize that they are a composite of many ancestors who came before them, and to appreciate what former generations went through to maintain their families through hardships of many kinds.
I rejoice when I find a new cousin, and hope they share my joy. I enjoy assuring my older relatives of the valuable contributions they are making to preserve our family history. And, am so glad to have found an activity that allows me to use creative ways to make lasting contributions to my family.
My family includes the following surnames:
Mutter (Schotthoeffer, Emberger, Morio, Gorman, Farrell); Verrechia (Bugey, Sanford); Vitale
Bozzelli (Vignola, Giorgio); Cattalo (Catalanese, Tuscano)
Culbertson (McAteer, Breen, McDermott, McGonnigal, Colgan)
A "Forget-Me-Not" has been placed on all family memorials; everyone in my family tree.
"Military flags" mark family who served in U.S. Armed Forces.
"Virtual Cemeteries" include all ancestors in the Mutter & Bozzelli familes
Thank you to everyone who contributes to Find A Grave, you are the BEST!
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Thanks for the updates. I'm not a relative; if you are and would like me to transfer, I would be happy to do so.
|Robin Arvickson||Alice Cowley|
Thanks for the correction!! I had typed in the wrong year of death.
|Robin Arvickson||Martha Cowley|
I got your message about Martha Cowley - her husband was Richard. They are already linked. Is there some additional information you would like me to add? Richard was my cousin.
|Francis McArdle||McAteer headstone|
I was in Holy Cross cemetery the other day and found something in which you may be interested, concerning Joseph & Bridget McAteer. Are they family? I found a headstone for them. You can contact me on my personal email from my homepage and I can relay my story to you. I figured this may be more of a personal matter so I didn't want to leave the details on a public forum. My member # is 48054462.
Hello, transfer was completed.
Added by Debbie on Apr 17, 2013 9:42 PM
Hello, not a problem, I will transfer you her memorial.
Added by Debbie on Apr 17, 2013 9:40 PM
|marcoso||Ann (Jaggard) Hurff|
Thanks for your good work on FindAGrave.
Ann (Jaggard) Hurff's inscription has been misread. She was born in 1797 (not 1787) and died in 1868 (not in 1858). This is confirmed by the 1850 and 1860 federal censuses, supplemented by the 1830 and 1840 censuses. (She lived in Woolwich Twp, Gloucester Co, NJ during those years. In 1840, the location is referred to as Maine Creek.)
Added by marcoso on Feb 06, 2013 5:45 AM
Thanks for responding.
My grandmother was Aurelia Fugazzi DeMarco.
She was a sister to Anna Fugazzi Piccirillo.
If you have private email address, I will be happy to share the documentation that I have.
|Lori Reiss||annie fugazzi piccirillo|
I have different information on Annie's birth and death. I'm trying to sort out which one is correct.
I have a copy of her baptismal record and a copy of her cemetery burial record. What is the source of your info?
Are you related to the Piccirillo family?
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