|Don M (#48166260)|
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I'm researching the following names:|
Vassallo (Philadelphia and Montecorvino Rovella, Italy)
Insinger (Germantown, Philadelphia)
Mellinger (Lancaster, PA)
Weaver (Lancaster, PA)
Murray (Lancaster, PA)
Kelly (Harrisburg, PA)
Conover (Atlantic County, NJ and Lancaster, PA)
Sibel (Germantown, Philadelphia)
Pinkham (Methuen, MA, NH, ME)
Pound (Dover, NH)
Welts (Phillips, ME)
Costello (Ireland, Skibbereen, Schull)
McCarthy (Ireland, Skibbereen, Schull)
Most of these people passed through the Philadelphia area at some point. I'd love to hear from any distant relatives out there.
I enjoy linking up individual memorial pages so whole families get listed together. If you know of any missing links, please let me know.
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|Jo||RE: Quimby plot|
Very welcome ! I took several pics with my camera - would be happy to send them on. The "Mother Quimby" marker has the Emmons family on the left, and Susannah and Steven Jones on her right. The AWG marker (foot stone ?) is up and to the right. Rather odd. Jo
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Added by Jo on May 01, 2016 8:21 PM
|Gail Kelly||RE: Thank you!|
Happy to do it. I just finished entering all of the Welts stones that I could find in that cemetery. Hope that helps.
|P. Eadie||RE: Thank you for Morrison photos!|
You are very welcome. When i photographed George and Wesley, i also photographed Natalie H. Morrison Wetherill (1896 - 1982). I took her photo and if you would create a memorial site for her, I will be happy to upload the photo. Pat
Added by P. Eadie on Mar 21, 2016 7:11 PM
|Stone Hunter Babe||RE: Welts photos|
You are most welcome!
|Future's Past||Antonio Vassallo at Holy Cross|
I see your photo request for Antonio Vassallo at Holy Cross. As indicated on the memorials for Antonio and Philomena, they are both buried in this grave so the headstone you see is for both. Either Antonio's name was not put on the stone, which is quite common for names to be missing or, from the looks of the picture, it appears a good portion of the stone may be sunken in the ground. If this is true there is a light possibility that Antonio's name is below ground since, having died second, his name would be below Philomena's. It's only a guess of course. Hope this helps.
|Moodyhomestead||RE: Thank you!|
You are most welcomed.Glad to be of help.
|Kathi Lynn King||Isaiah Conover|
Isaiah Conover is my 3 times great grandfather I connect through his daughter Mary Catherine 'Katie" when I get home from work I will look and see what I have
|Gail Kelly||RE: Thank you|
Glad to do it. I am sorry the stone is so dark, but she is all by herself and down near the road. I imagine the salt and exhaust have taken their toll on the stone. Her siblings are buried further up the hill behind her in this cemetery.
|Anne Shurtleff Stevens||RE: Pound memorials|
|Anne Shurtleff Stevens||RE: Annie Pound|
No, not at all, I was probably documenting the cemetery. In either case, she belongs with thee.
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