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I found a passion for family history when I was younger and took a peek at my moms Family Tree book. My sister and I have used many resources, including Find A Grave, to plan out 8 generations in our tree and it was so gratifying to hear the amazement from members of our family that we wanted to find a way to help others in their search as well.|
I am currently signed up as a photo volunteer in Northeast Philadelphia, but I grew up in Lower Bucks County and would be able to research outside Philadelphia if needed. I began volunteering at Saint Dominic Church Cemetery in Spring 2012, so hopefully I can help someone, somewhere find their family!
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|The Mikado, et al.||Stanislaw Zielinski 67578354|
Don't know if I ever wrote, but thanks for the tombstone picture!
Thanks so much for transferring the memorial. Now I can link everyone up and add some info.
All the best,
|Annibelle||Transfer a memorial?|
I wondered if you would be so kind as to transfer to me the memorial you created for J. Joseph Lang at Saint Dominic Church?
I can add to the information and create links to other Langs so other family members can find out more about our ancestors.
|Kevin Borland||RE: Polen Family at Blue Ridge|
I descend from several families in the German Township/Green Township/Annapolis areas of Harrison and Jefferson Counties, so it's very well possible we may share a common ancestor. I am a descendant of Harrison Miller and his first wife Mary Ann Wheeler. Harrison's parents are uncertain, although he may have been a son of John Jacob Miller from Snyder County, Pennsylvania. Mary Ann was the daughter of Mordecai Wheeler and Keziah Murray Gill, both from Baltimore. Harrison and Mary Ann's son Samuel Hoobler Miller was my great-great-great grandfather.
|Robert David Miller||RE: Ayers photo|
Thank You back, I'll be posting more of my "Lost Little Angels" & "Lost Angels" as time permits. These are taken from my research and there are literally thousands of adults and children that do not have tombstones but I read their obituaries. So keep checking back if your missing people you can not find a tombstone for like my Great Grandmother Elizabeth Derr 1845-1926. She has two Little Angels buried with her but probably no tombstone. So they're lost somewhere in the cemetery and some of the records for the cemetery before 1950 are lost as well.
|Robert David Miller||Ayers photo|
Colleen, sorry to say but this is about the best photos I can get. The printing on the tombstone is very light and hard to read let alone photograph. It says the same as what you have on the memorial if I read it correctly. I have bad legs so this was a once thru the cemetery to look for my long lost great grandmother, no luck. So I won't be able to do anymore request. Sincerely, Robert Miller
|Annibelle||Thanks for the pic!|
Thanks for taking the picture of the Lang grave.
|MHT||RE: Plunkett/Jones in Union Cemetery|
You are very welcome. Glad I was able to help someone else.
Added by MHT on Apr 15, 2012 7:25 AM
|Spirit Walker||Saint Dominic Church Cemetery|
I just list two more photo requests for Saint Dominic Church Cemetery. Katherine A Black died in 2000 and her husband John Black. She is my grandmother, thats all the info I have.
Thanks for you time and effort!
|Tom||Saint Dom's. Correction|
Thanks for pointing out the differences on the entries I had.
Also thanks for the photo's.
Added by Tom on Apr 02, 2012 6:59 PM
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