|Michele Touhey-Wilkinson (#48056169)|
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While working on my own family history I came across this site. I have come across family members graves that I would not have been able to see because of them being in different states. I think this is a great place to communicate with others who are in search of their family history. I love being abel to help people. Taking pictures of the grave stones is one way that I can help. It is such a great feeling when you find something for yourself or for someone else. The names that I am searching are Touhey, Toughy, Toughey, Allen, Nonemaker and Wood.|
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|Kathleen Oster||Photo for Charles J Adamson|
I believe you have the photo for Charles J. Adamson
Memorial# 142765958 linked to the wrong memorial.
It looks like it belongs on the other Charles J. Adamson, Memorial# 163558989
|Kathleen Oster||Schuylkill Friends Burial Grounds|
I came across an old survey of Schuylkill Friends Burial Grounds and had submitted some edits / additions.
|Helene Middleton||Thomas Matlack|
Would it possible to photograph the headstone for Thomas Matlack--buried Schuylkill Friends Meeting Cemetery, Phoenixville, Chester County, Pennsylvania.
Thomas Matlack is the husband of Martha Matlack (Find A Grave 142766108)
1830 July 14, 1830 VILLAGE RECORD
Death Notice On the 2d inst., at his residence in Schuylkill township, THOMAS MATLACK,
Esq., Post-Master and Store-keeper, aged about 45 years - He was a man esteemed by his acquaintance - and has left a widow and children, to lament their irreparable loss.
Thank you in advance
|Barbara Keelan||Great Grandfathers|
This is my great grandfather too. My Grandfather was Albert Nonemaker.
|K. B.||James Wood|
Find A Grave Memorial# 142517066
Added by K. B. on Jul 05, 2015 4:33 AM
|K. B.||James Wood|
I see you posted images from Schuylkill Friends Meeting and are researching the Wood name.
I was interested in James Wood - 6th grave in row 5.
Note: Most markers from rows 3 & 4 are missing. So surveys call row 5, row 3 by mistake.
I found little - nothing on him. James Wood resided / owned Moore Hall.
Added by K. B. on Jul 05, 2015 4:30 AM
|Martin Iwanicki||Antonina Iwanicka|
Thank you for setting this up! Happy Easter!
|ADAMSONANCESTRY||RE: Schuylkill Friends Meeting Cemetery - Adamson|
OK Thanks, I was hoping they could be side by side or near each other. Being seperate could indicate not related.
|ADAMSONANCESTRY||Schuylkill Friends Meeting Cemetery - Adamson|
You posted two Adamson memorials.
Find A Grave- 142765958 and Find A Grave - 142765896
Do you remember their relationship to each other.
I think I know whom Charles may be, but have no record that he may have married, but it was quite possible. My census records have a void between 1870 and 1900.
Thank you for postings and photographs.
|Kathy F.||Not Mingo|
I thought they were graves from Mingo but I guess they were Trappe Evangelical. Didn't realize I had done a bunch from there. Thanks again!
Added by Kathy F. on Aug 19, 2014 7:00 AM
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