|Marylou Sciscoe (#47855306)|
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My husband and I live in Southern New Jersey. We believe geneology is a link to the past and a bridge to the future.|
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|David Christopher Benton||Elizabeth Passmore (Pierce) BAKER (1807-1893)|
Hello, Thank you for uploading -- on May 21, 2013 -- your photograph of the Baker Family Vault in Mount Moriah Cemetery, Philadelphia, (Philadelphia county), PA, USA. This photo is uploaded to the FindAGrave.com memorial # 60374440 for my direct-ancestor Elizabeth Passmore (Pierce) BAKER (1807-1893). I am writing you to ask if you remember which section of Mount Moriah the Baker Family Vault is located in. The following website has maps of the cemetery http://friendsofmountmoriahcemetery.org/maps/ with the sections numbered/alphabetized. Thank you again, email@example.com
Thank you so much for correcting the information. Please know that it is greatly appreciated the work you do taking the pictures and uploading them. Thank you again Marylou.
Hope you have had a blessed holiday.
Added by Sarge on Dec 27, 2013 8:59 AM
Thank you for adding the stones of the Thomas family in the Presbyterian Cemetery in Absecon.
The only thing I have found is you have labeled them wrong. You have people married that are not married and people parents that are not parents. Is there a way we can fix those.
Added by Sarge on Dec 27, 2013 5:12 AM
|Jim Bohn||Samuel Dow Boruff|
Hi. From your message, I wasn't completly sure what I was to do, but I did remove the family links from Samuel's memorial. If you would like, I can transfer the memorial to you.
Added by Jim Bohn on Oct 21, 2013 5:24 AM
|Patricia Oeser||Samuel Franklin Boruff|
Please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Patricia Reynolds Oeser
|Robert Lee||Jane Weist|
Do you want me to transfer her memorial to you.
|joyce collins||david conover|
Thanks for pointing that out. The site would not let me put an incomplete year on it so I just listed it as 1798 instead of 1879. I did a quick lookup on ancestry but could not find anything.
|Mark Maxwell||RE: Eli Boling|
Finally catching up with Find A Grave messages.
Fred was Eli's son. I have since found out that Eli is buried in the same lot, along with Jesse Boling and four other people with different names. I'm not sure how Ann fits in yet. Have to catch Meg when she isn't too busy.
John Rupp is taking the point with the American Legion.Now if we can get in touch with a repoted descendant in Indiana we may get a military headstone for Eli.
|Rll111||RE: Photo Request|
Thanks for all your work on this!
Added by Rll111 on Jul 01, 2013 12:05 PM
|Rll111||RE: Photo Request|
James H Adams, Sept. 1, 1840-April 15, 1884. Private, Co. K, 23rd NJ Infantry. Wounded in Action
Jesse H Clark (Oct. 3, 1842-July 15, 1898) Private, Co. E, 10th NJ Infantry. Lost his leg at Antietam. Died in Richmond, VA.
Both were listed as buried there in Our Brothers Gone Before, a reference book we just purchased which lists all Civil War veterans from NJ.
Added by Rll111 on Jul 01, 2013 12:04 PM
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