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All of my memorials I am related to one way or another. However if you are a closer relationship than I, would be happy to transfer.|
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|Harry Lummis||Kate valentine Hallworth|
Thank you for getting back to me. If I find any other info on her I will let you know
|Wanda||RE: Frank Lindecamp|
I was just looking through my messages and came across your 'thank you' message for the photo of Frank's stone. I now cannot find him on Find A Grave!? Do you remember what cemetery it was in? Atglen Methodist, maybe? If I can't find him, I will look to see if I can find the photo again and then create a memorial and add the photo.
Strange that I can't find it now!
If you get a chance, please let me know.
Added by Wanda on Mar 04, 2014 5:46 PM
|Harry Lummis||Kate Valentine Hallworth|
I am researching my mother's family, the Hallworths in the Philadelphia area and came across you memorial for Mrs. Hallworth. I believe my grand mother's father's name was Franc Hallworth and was wondering if this could be the same Frank Hallworth that was married to your Kate Hallworth. He was divorced from my great grandmother some time around 1900 and we have no records of him after that.We don't know if he was married before. We do know that he was a dentist from Philadelphia and his family was from the Mainline area of that city. He had four children with my Great Grandmother, Louis, Franc, Margarita and Anna. Any info you might have would be wonderful.
|Dan Oh||Forrest C. Holton|
Chester Valley Union
April 27, 1904
Forrest C. Holton
Forrest C. Holton died at his home in Cochranville on Monday (April 25th) after a short illness, although he had had several previous attacks. He was about 40 years of age and leaves a wife and one son, Wilmer. The funeral takes place at 1 o'clock on Wednesday.
He's at Cochranville UMC.
Added by Dan Oh on Jan 11, 2014 12:24 PM
|Dan Oh||wilmer Harper Holton|
I'd like to bring to your attention the following entry in Cochranville Methodist. I think this may be of interest to you. I am so sending the obit to the owner for incorporation.
Again, I'm going to let you sort his one out. I don't see an obit for a William Harper Holton in 1908, but maybe this one is yours.
Daily Local News, West Chester, Chester County, Pa
November 28, 1905
HOLTON- Suddenly, on November 25, 1905, Wilmer Harper Holton, aged 21 years.
Relatives and friends of the family are invited to attend the funeral services on Tuesday, evening at 7 o'clock, at the residence of his grandmother, 824 Preston street, Philadelphia. Services and interment at Cochranville M.E. Cemetery on Wednesday at 10:30 a.m. Carriages will meet train arriving at Parkesburg, Pa., at 8:49 a.m.
November 30, 1905
The funeral of Wilmer Harper Holton took place on Wednesday, November 29th, services being conducted at the home of his grandmother, Mrs. Charlotte C. Holton, of 824 Preston street, Philadelphia. His remains were brought to Parkesburg on the 8:49 train by an undertaker of this vicinity. Services were conducted in the M.E. Church. The following preachers officiated at the funeral: Rev. F. A. Gacks, of Philadelphia; Rev. John R. Watkins, of Highland, and Rev. Dr. Strayhorn, pastor of the M.E. Church. There was a profusion of flowers, including a handsome pillow and wreath. The funeral was largely attended by relatives and friends of the deceased. The pall bearers were the following: Howard E. Lewis, S.H. Stringfield, F.D. Sharru, of Philadelphia; Francis Cochran, Clarence Chamberlain, Harry C. Hoover, of Cochranville. Interment took place at the M.E. Cemetery.
December 12, 1905 (excerpt)
At the home of Mrs. Charlotte Holton, 824 Preston street, Philadelphia, the funeral of Wilmer Harper Holton took place on Tuesday evening, November 28th, 1905. The services were conducted by Dr. John D.C. Hanna, pastor of centenary M.E. Church, Philadelphia. He spoke most beautifully and expressed much sympathy for the widowed mother and aged grandmother and other loving relatives and friends. ..........
The rest of the article describes the service, flowers and tributes.
Added by Dan Oh on Jan 11, 2014 12:13 PM
|tony wood||Ruth Godsey|
Connections have been made. Thanks for the information. Do you know who her Husband was.
Have a great day,
|William A. English||English Family|
Jennifer - I am sending you an email right now in a minute.
|William A. English||George Benjamin English|
Thanks for bringing to my attention that I had not linked his parents - a slip up on my part. I am distantly related to George and his familiy. Stephen English 1726-1783 is George's 3X Great Grandfather and my 4X Great Grandfather.
|Ron Anson||Picture request|
I went to St. Mary's cemetery in Annapolis to look for the grave site of John Drury today and I was not successful. I did make a few calls and discovered that there is no headstone for Mr. Drury or the person next to him (his wife perhaps?). I did take photos of the location of the unmarked grave site along with picture of the headstones to the left and right of the unmarked grave site so that others may be able to find the site forward going.
Would you like me to post those photos? Alternatively, if you give me your email address I would be more than happy to send you the photos directly, let you take a look at them and then decide.
I also took photos of a headstone for Thomas Drury who the person on the phone thought was related to John, if you would like to have that photo as well just let me know.
I look forward to hearing from you and you preference on which way to proceed.
|Gail Reeve Lamaster||RE: Spille|
Jennifer, When I took the 1st picture I had not done a lookup, I saw the Byers/Spille while looking for another name. Ft Lincoln only allows 2 look-ups a day. When I went back I did a look-up for Nellie, I have added a picture of her marker and that of Bernhard W Spille, I assume her husband. I think what we have are two generations of the Spille family. I did look around for other graves in both areas, they are on opposite sides of the cemetery.
There are two other graves in the Byers/Spille site besides Bernhard G and Helen Byers Spille, they are John S and Mary J Byers. My educated guess would be in-laws. Hope this helps, good luck with your research.
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