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JohnB (#48151004)
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Clare Bradley
St. John's Cemetery
Thanks for your email about St. John's cemetery in Pittston. As it was told to me, only the cemetery records were destroyed.. they were kept in a shed on the cemetery grounds that burned. I have heard of other people getting baptismal records from the church itself although I have not personally tried it. Good luck! :)
Added by Clare Bradley on Sep 26, 2014 9:23 AM
Jerseyside
The Burke and Boney families of Pennsylvania
I hope you don't think I some kind of kook. My name is Christine Flynn Applegate.

This evening I thought I randomly selected a name from the family tree to search on findAgrave. Easily found him, then his wife and parents. Something told me to look closer and when I clicked on the photo I realized you uploaded those photos just today.

In the few times this has happened to me I always feel like the souls want to be remembered, maybe prayed for, and are calling us to take notice. What are the odds of my looking TODAY, immediately after they went online?

I am assuming the Burkes are your relatives and so hope you wouldn't mind telling me if you are familiar with the Flynn side of the family. I have had a difficult time finding the Flynns graves.

Thank you for posting these pictures!
(Elizabeth Lizzy Burke is sister to my 2nd great grandmother Catherine Burke Flynn)
Added by Jerseyside on Sep 16, 2014 9:50 PM
Tweety Emmett
Mrs. John Boney Sr. - Memorial #107402385
Your welcome.
Added by Tweety Emmett on Jun 24, 2013 9:56 AM
Tweety Emmett
Mrs. John Boney Sr. - Memorial #107402385
Hi,

Mrs. John Boney Sr., burial information is from St. Vincent's Church records, this church has merged with two other churches some years back and is now called All Saints. When I originally got the information it was before the churches had merged.

I just checked a book that I purchased from PHS - Plymouth Historical Society on burials at St. Vincent's Cemetery in Larksville, Pa., to see whether they had found if the grave had a photo of the tombstone, under photo ID# it states that it is not available, which usually means their isn't a tombstone.

To be sure of whether she has a tombstone or not I suggest you telephone, or contact All Saints in Plymouth.

Mary
Added by Tweety Emmett on Jun 12, 2013 12:57 PM
 

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