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Chelsea S (#47655313)
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Mike Hofmann
RE: Thanks
Sure, I can answer some of your questions. The Williamstown Cemetery is called the Welsh Cemetery because it was part of a small settlement (Wiliamstown...which no longer exists) of Welsh Baptists. The Baptists moved into nearby Slatington in the 1890's. I know there are records of this cemetery at the Lehigh County Historical Society, in Allentown PA. I am not sure when they were compiled. Which brings me to my next point. The cemetery is somewhat overgrown, and most of the tombstones are slate in nature. These stones have eroded over time so that names and dates can't be read - but most of these have toppled as well and are probably under a couple inches of dirt. The cemetery has about 30 stones (25 or so that are legible) but room for over 100 burials. All of the photos I uploaded to the Williamstown Cemetery page are the ones that could be found and linked to a person on Find A Grave, and be read. There are some stones with initials only - and those photos I did not upload. I will try to get over to the Historical Society one of these days to get information.
Added by Mike Hofmann on Sep 02, 2014 7:14 PM
Mike Hofmann
RE: Thanks
Added by Mike Hofmann on Sep 02, 2014 7:14 PM
Mike Hofmann
RE: Thanks
You're welcome Chelsea! You are just lucky that I was doing research on the cemetery and just started snapping pics left and right!
Added by Mike Hofmann on Sep 02, 2014 1:03 PM
sberghuis
RE: Thanks
My pleasure.
Added by sberghuis on Aug 25, 2014 9:05 AM
sberghuis
RE: Thanks
Happy to do it!
Added by sberghuis on Aug 22, 2014 4:39 PM
Boccapone
Memorial# 99295719 Amabile Zontini
Hi Chelsea
I went to cemetery today and didn't see a grave marker for Amabile. I will go to the office and get map of her plot. I'm thinking she is in that area with other Zontini's that's in the photo on her memorial page and does not have a marker. There was a headstone next to the Zontini's plots and it read Amabile Moneghini died July 2,1912 and was from Austria. That name must of been popular then. I will let you know what I find out.
Gaylene
Added by Boccapone on Aug 19, 2014 8:49 PM
Judy Williams
Sirianni @ Holy Sep
Hi Chelsea, I added the pic for Luigi. Also I created a memorial and added a pic for his wife Rosina (1880-1856) who is buried with him.
Added by Judy Williams on Aug 18, 2014 9:40 AM
George Bragg
RE: Katzenmeyer
Sorry it couldn't have been better but I guess the stone was 150 years old. I put several other Katzenmeyer's on and have a few more to add later today. Also have a few Katzenmeir's to put on also.
Added by George Bragg on Jul 24, 2014 11:58 AM
George Bragg
Photo Request
I visited lot 125 Div A today and took photos of all the Katzenmeyer graves. There was one that was almost unreadable. No name shows but I believe the death date is 1853 and that it says the person lived 60 years. I will post it. Please let me know if you think it is not the correct photo and I will remove it. The name was on the curved portion of the top of the monument and has been worn off.
Added by George Bragg on Jul 23, 2014 5:43 PM
LaHessler
William T Bell
Is William related to you? If so by chance is Francis Henry Bell also? He was a little on by the tombstone. If so I have a picture that is a little clearer then the picture on his memorial.
lahessler
Added by LaHessler on Jun 16, 2014 1:15 PM
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