|George Shupe (#47728913)|
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|Hello, My name is George Shupe. I'm fairly new to the find a grave family. I've had lots of folks in Pennslyvania help me with photos of my ancestors final resting places. I look forward to helping others find pics of their loved ones grave markers in New Hampshire.|
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just added the photos you requested and some others. Look at all ebelhar and ebIlhar entries.
Let me know if you need other photos in this cemetery. Most likely I got em
Added by Dan Oh on Sep 14, 2013 4:20 PM
|Juliaom||Morris Cem, Chester Co, PA|
George, just an F.Y.I. that you have three duplicate Memorial for the Clair's, Priscilla, Jessie R, and George Frederick Clair, all in the Morris Cem, Phoenixville, Chester Co, PA.
Also all the photos are duplicates by MikeO.
F.A.G is not keen on duplicates, so just wanted to give you a head's up.
Added by Juliaom on Sep 05, 2012 7:32 PM
|DD0329||RE: John Rigg Photo Request|
I originally reported that I wasn't able to find the marker for John, however as I was going through the photos at took today I realized that I had the photo you were looking for, I just wasn't able to read the marker at the cemetery! Anyway, I posted the photo to John's memorial (Beulah Baptist Cemetery).
Added by DD0329 on Jul 25, 2012 5:28 PM
|Dan Oh||Bena Shupe|
October 13, 1969
Mrs. Bena M. Kennedy Shupe, 67, widow of George C. Shupe, 516 Gay St., died yesterday in the Phoenixville hospital where she had been admited on Sept. 28.
A native of Reading, she was a daughter of the late William G. and Marie Grisse Kennedy.
She was noted throughout the county for her interest and leadership in the March of Dimes, organizing the movement in this area and serving for 23 years. Upon her retirement this past year, she was given a testimonial for her outstanding work as chairman in this community project.
Active in politics, she was a former chairman of the Phoenixville Democratic Party. Also a member of the Chester County executive board of the Women's Democratic Club.
HELD HIGH OFFICE
Fraternally, she held high office in the Women of the Phoenixville Loyal Order of Moose, being in the College of Regents. Also the Academy of Friendship. In the Regents, she held the senior rank.
Mrs. Shupe was also a member of Sherman Herd 2, Ladies Independent Order of Reindeer; Manavon Chapter 496, Order of the Eastern Star, and St. John's United Church of Christ, Gay St.
Surviving are three sons, John W., Sixth Ave; George C. Jr., 207 Main St., Royersford, and Walter C., Springfield, Va. Also eight grandchildren and the following brothers and sisters: William G. Kennedy, 516 Gay St., Winfield S. Kennedy, Norristown; Wayne C. Kennedy, Norristown, and Dorothy, wife of Ambrose Gausch, Broomall.
Funeral services will be held Thursday morning at 11 in the White Memorial HOme, Parker Ford, with burial in Honey Brook United Mehtodist Church Cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home after 7 p.m. on Wednesddy. In lieu of flowers, contributions if desired may be sent to the National Foundation March of Dimes, Chester County Chapter, 301 Gay St., Phoenixville, 19460
Added by Dan Oh on Mar 31, 2012 1:04 PM
|Dan Oh||William Kennedy|
I've asked the contributor to add this to the bio section.
July 24, 1935
William S. Kennedy, a resident of this borough (Phoenixville) for the past 35 years, a charter member of the West End Fire Company and employed as a stone and marble cutter by George A. Detwiler, of West Bridge Street, for 33 years, died at his late residence, 355 Nutt Road, at 4:45 o'clock yesterday afternoon.
Mr. Kennedy was aged 67 years and death was due to complications. He had been seriously ill for the past 10 weeks.
Born in Honey Brook, Chester County, he was the son of the late William M. and Sarah Ebelare (sic) Kennedy. He came to Phoenixville 35 years ago.
He was one of the few original members of No. 3 Fire Company. He also was a member of the Methodist Episcopal Church in Honey Brook.
Besides his wife, Mrs. Mabel E. (nee Wilson) Kennedy, Mr. Kennedy is survived by the following children: William S. Kennedy, Jr,m of East Pikeland; Winfield Kennedy, at home; Wayne Kennedy, at home; Bena, wife of George Shupe, of Griffin Streer; and Dorothy, wife of Ambrose Gausch, at home.
Two brothers, George Kennedy and John Kennedy, of Honey Brook, and the following sisters, Mrs. P.J. Mertz, of Honey Brook; Mrs. Edward White, of Narberth; Mrs. John Kennedy, of Philadelphia, and Miss Lillian Kennedy, also of Philadelphia, survive. Four grandchildren also remain.
Funeral services will be held at the late residence with short services at 1 o'clock and continued in the Methodist Episcopal Church in Honey Brook. Interment will be made in the adjoining cemetery.
Added by Dan Oh on Mar 31, 2012 12:41 PM
|Melissa||Glad I could help!|
Happy to help! There were a few other Shupe names in the cemetery that I found the same day, so be sure to check those out. The Find-a-grave community is really wonderful and has already helped me so much in my own genealogy search. :)
Added by Melissa on Mar 26, 2012 1:41 PM
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