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Justin Pfaff (#47790777)
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Alverson/Jennings (50)
Dithrich/Miller (37)
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Kat
RE: Jennings request
it isn't a case of me MAKING you do it- I can't downlink, only uplink.Please don't make me he bad guy, I thought you didn't understand.
Added by Kat on Mar 23, 2014 3:11 AM
Kat
Jennings request
you said"If you could please link the following people together I would be deeply
appreciative.

Thomas Jennings-Husband
Kate McQuade Jennings-Wife 60589459
Catherine Jennings-Daughter 60588669
George Jennings-Son 60589477
Julia Jennings Langhans-Daughter 60588767

I can't link parents to children, links don't work down only up. If you want a child linked to a parent, you have to send a suggest a correction from the child's memorial, giving the parent(s) number.
Added by Kat on Mar 22, 2014 8:25 PM
Kat
RE: Mount Olivet
As required under findagrave rules, I have transferred your great grandparents to you. Should you have links you wish done for anyone else, please use the edit tab and the suggest a correction form. this gives me a clickable link to the appropriate memorial. This is also how to send a bio.
Added by Kat on Mar 16, 2014 12:06 PM
D McNelis
RE: John Dithrich
Justin,
I am glad that the mystery has been solved. I will use the new info to locate and photograph those graves the next time I visit Mt. Carmel.
Dave
Added by D McNelis on May 25, 2013 8:30 PM
D McNelis
RE: John Dithrich
Justin,
I am sorry that I could not locate the graves of your relatives. I had a detailed map of section 6 of Mt. Carmel Cemetery. I looked all around plot 38 and did not see any marker with the name Dithrich.
The folks who work at that cemetery have always been very helpful to me. If you call them at (412) 421-9959, they should be able to confirm or correct the info and whether or not there is a marker.
Let me know what you find. If your relatives are buried there in marked graves I am happy to locate and photograph them.
-Dave
Added by D McNelis on May 18, 2013 11:22 AM
D McNelis
John Dithrich
Justin,
I searched Sec. 6, Lot 38B for John Dithrich and found no marker. I did find, however, the marker in Lot 38, belonging to the Ursini Family. The back of that marker appears to have spaces for names which have not been engraved. Is it possible that John is related to the Ursinis and is buried on the opposite side of their stone?
I photographed both sides of that stone and will send the pics to you if you would like.
Let me know.
-Dave (#47060455)
Added by D McNelis on May 16, 2013 10:14 PM
Roibeard53
RE: Norton Family Holy Sepulchre
There doesn't appear to be any other named markers on this plot. The photo of the plot shows four stone pillars that mark the boundaries of the Norton plot, Section A, lot 163. The lot looks large enough to fit at least 4 graves in that area. They would be 163-1 through-4.Looking at the lot but they would be within the four corners of the pillars. One could easily divide the lot into 4 equal size sections, one for each grave. And there could be 2 people to a grave.

Any marker with the names of the others would be within the four pillars as small headstones or inscribed on one of the sides of the family monument. It is not unusual for several people to be buried in the same plot but not have all of their names accounted for in stone.

The cemetery would have a diagram of the plot showing the location and names of everyone buried there. Perhaps they would send you a copy. Or at least tell you who is in 163-3.

I will look again next time I am there, but I don't recall seeing names on the other sides of the monument. That small white stone on the left looks to be outside the pillars and is probably part of lot 162.
Added by Roibeard53 on Apr 02, 2013 5:08 PM
Roibeard53
RE: Norton Family Holy Sepulchre
I go there often so feel free to make any requests you would like to make and I'll get them.
Added by Roibeard53 on Apr 02, 2013 1:19 PM
Roibeard53
RE: Norton Family Holy Sepulchre
You're very welcome.

Are you related to certain Pfaff family members buried at Holy Sepulchre. I came across a grave for an Albert C. (1901 - 1988) and Mary C (1901 - 1984) Pfaff.

Also a Deborah H (1966 - 1973) and ALbert L (1929 - 2012) Pfaff.

In between their two markers is a larger one for 6 members of the Picket family along with 3 members of the Massam family.
Added by Roibeard53 on Mar 31, 2013 9:47 PM
Lainie
RE: Alverson
You're welcome...actually a Facebook page, Fulton County Living, posted pics of those stones & gave me permission to put them on FindAGrave. Glad I could help you out.
Lainie
Added by Lainie on Feb 13, 2013 5:45 PM
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