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Brendan (#47585567)
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Melissa Smith
RE: Richard V. and John Leo
You are welcome. I was there looming for all requests. Hard cemetery to walk through. I was about to leave and they was right in front of my car.

Added by Melissa Smith on Aug 12, 2017 5:18 PM

paths2present
RE: Ervie Flickinger
No, I'm not related to the Flickinger family. I just had a bit of information to add to her memorial so thought I would send it your way. Thanks for adding it to her memorial, and good luck with your research!

Added by paths2present on May 01, 2017 12:36 PM

Suzanne Maley
RE: James Maley #159879376
Hello Brendan,
Yes, James P. Maley is another relative of mine.
There are a bunch of my Maleys and my Mooneys in the Pittsburgh area.
Thanks again,
Suzanne Maley

Added by Suzanne Maley on Feb 24, 2017 1:57 PM

Suzanne Maley
RE: George Maley #159879259
Brendan,
Yes, George Maley is my G-Uncle, his oldest brother William is my G-Grandfather.
Thanks kindly,
Suzanne Maley

Added by Suzanne Maley on Feb 21, 2017 1:43 PM

WingNut
106896163
I'm so sorry that they didn't come through. I'll scrounge them up from where ever I put them (don't know presently) and send them off as soon as I can.

Added by WingNut on Dec 14, 2016 10:16 PM

WingNut
RE: Memorial #106896163
Is there an email address I can send photos of the internment cards to?

Added by WingNut on Oct 29, 2016 1:27 PM

WingNut
RE: Memorial #106896163
I can request the interment card so that you have that information but there were no other visible beards in this section. It's actually a 3 x 2 plots so it's six pots total and I Irongate fenced in area with some other surnames that are not beard I can get those to you once I get back to my record book.

Added by WingNut on Oct 24, 2016 11:15 AM

Charles Riend
James William Dye
Sorry, I don't have anything on her.

Added by Charles Riend on Oct 05, 2016 12:06 PM

Charles Riend
James William Dye
Yes, I am related. James William Dye is a 2nd cousin, his son Charles Sampson Dye a 3rd cousin.
Charles

Added by Charles Riend on Oct 05, 2016 12:31 AM

Bill Bates
RE: Deacon Lambert #152931465
Hi, Brendan,

I didn't know your uncle, who lived in a nearby town. I wish I had known him.

Have an awesome day,

Bill

Added by Bill Bates on Sep 26, 2016 5:55 PM

Michael S. Markwood
RE: #136089194 David Wilson Smith
Hi Brendan, thanks for the message and that would be very helpful if you could send me the obituary for David Wilson Smith. Thank you.

Added by Michael S. Markwood on Aug 09, 2016 1:26 AM

Dan Phelan
RE: John and Mary Farrell
Hi Brendan,
You are welcome. They were on the other side as I predicted.
I found some more Farrell names there and will be loading those as I get time. Family of Matthew (d. 1907) and his wife Julia, (d. 1920) and another Matthew, (d. 1905) .
Also Eliza Ryan Farrell (d. 1962) and Margaret Farrell Flynn, d. 1982.
Also John Farrell, d. 1870, from Co. Meath.
Later,
Dan

Added by Dan Phelan on Jul 27, 2016 6:35 PM

Dan Phelan
RE: Farrell Family New Cathedral
Hi Brendan, yes, John, Mary, Mollie, and Annie are all in that plot (T-115). I assume that John and Mary's names are on the other side, as there is no name 'Farrell' on that (reverse) side of the marker.
That one will be easy to find.
Dan

Added by Dan Phelan on Jul 13, 2016 9:57 AM

Dan Phelan
RE: Farrell Family New Cathedral
Brendan, see Memorial# 82447510, it has the reverse side of John Farrell's monument with, I believe, two of his daughters' names on that side. John, Mary, Mollie, and Annie V. are in the same plot (TT-115).
Dan Phelan

Added by Dan Phelan on Jul 13, 2016 9:32 AM

Dan Phelan
RE: Farrell Family New Cathedral
Hi Brendan,
Bonnie Brae is explained here:
http://www.newcathedralcemetery.org/history.cfm

New Cathedral also has a Facebook page with photos.

Later,
Dan

Added by Dan Phelan on Jul 12, 2016 5:03 PM

Dan Phelan
RE: Farrell Family New Cathedral
HI Brendan,
I didn't see John and Mary Farrell (the cemetery is huge). Please put in photo requests for them and I'll see about getting them the next time I'm there.

Please check your 'Edits' tab on your profile page, and check/approve the edits I sent (you don't get notifications of pending edits).

You are welcome for the photos. My wife has Farrell's in her family in New York. I know all the descendants so it is unlikely you are related. See Memorial# 84385611.
Dan Phelan
Baltimore


Added by Dan Phelan on Jul 12, 2016 4:02 PM

Joe F
RE: Farrell/Flaherty
Hello

Louis Michael Flaherty is my great-uncle. Ella Farrell was his second wife and and they had 4 children

Mary Elizabeth (1888-1992) married James Lynch (1898-1967)

Louis N 1890-1905

Helen M (1891-1977) married William J Dressel (1891-?)

Robert John (1898-1972)

In 1927 Louis visited Hamilton Canada with his daughter Mary and her husband Jim Lynch their son James Jr, and Frederick Martin, the son of Ella's sister Agnes and George Martin. The picture comes from that visit . Ella had died the previous year.

I believe this to be accurate but second and 3rd sources are always welcome/

Joe


Added by Joe F on Jul 11, 2016 6:34 PM

Joe Pape
RE: Isacc Winebrenner 100812798
My ancestry.com username is PU1987. Send me a message and I will invite you to my tree. It is a private tree. I have an entry on Hannah Musgrove's profile that I found online about her Being a Musgrove and not Humbertson. It may be correct as I ended up having a DNA shared ancestor with Hannah's grandfather John Thomas Musgrove, but that does not make it definitive. The book The American Family Musgrove is a wonderful source of family history. On page 194 there is a Hannah Musgrave b circa 1775 in South Carolina who married an unknown Winebrenner. The 1850 census I have for Hannah Winebrenner indicates she was born in South Carolina with the correct birth year. So perhaps her being a Musgrave is correct. The book can be found on familysearch.com. Just search for a book and use the term Musgrove. Hope to hear from you. Also, I have several Catherine Winebrenners on my tree. You are probably interested in the one who is Morris' daughter. She is the sister of my 3rd great grandfather Isaac Winebrenner.

Added by Joe Pape on Jun 26, 2016 10:55 AM

Sheila Y.
Re Bishop Lambert
I thought you might be interested in this recent tweet:

https://twitter.com/sheilagholeary/status/736659660950908928

Added by Sheila Y. on Jun 08, 2016 7:19 PM

John Fazenbaker
RE: Rose Hill

Hi Brendan,

Yes Anna Eliza Smith has a marker but I don't have a very good photo of it. She is buried in Section 3, it is a small section and you should probably have no trouble finding it. I'll send you my photo and you can use it for reference. I'd don't think it is worthy to post.

There is a map attached to the Rose Hill Find A Grave page also that you can use.

Best regards, John

Added by John Fazenbaker on May 23, 2016 1:57 PM

Joe Pape
RE: Isacc Winebrenner 100812798
I have Isaac's father as being Morris and his mother as Hannah Musgrove. Many people have her as Hannah Hunbertson, but I have come to a different conclusion. Through ancestryDNA I have found a cousin with Hannah's grandfather John Thomas Musgrove as being our shared ancestor. The Musgrove family may go back to English Royalty, but I'm still working on that. As far as Morris, Sr. his father is unclear and I believe him to be either Anthony or Wolfgang Winebrenner and NOT Christian Winebrenner. My third great grandfather, Isaac Winebrenner, had over 250 descendents at the time of his death so there are many people researching this line. I am in a DNA circle of Issac's with 11 members through ancestryDNA. The information I have on this line is on ancestry.com and if you are a member I would be happy to share the information with you.

Added by Joe Pape on May 12, 2016 4:06 PM

Renee Schneider
RE: Daniel Guiser 158479525
I checked with Holy Sepulchre office, they have NO recored for Bernadette Guiser

Added by Renee Schneider on Apr 04, 2016 4:26 PM

Renee Schneider
RE: Daniel Guiser 158479525
His wife could be in Holy Sepulchre with no stone or in a different area. You can call the office & ask.
I can tell you that Sec 7, where Daniel Guiser is a Tier, in which people are buried in the next grave in line, so most headstones are chronological order. This could be a "cheaper" grave site.
Don't quote me, but I think that is how it works.

Added by Renee Schneider on Mar 23, 2016 6:46 PM

Renee Schneider
RE: Daniel Guiser 158479525
I always look for other surnames, but I did not see any other Guiser's

Added by Renee Schneider on Mar 22, 2016 2:22 PM

Dan Cowgill
RE: Camp Hill cemetery
So sorry for the slow response, I was unaware I had messages waiting to be answered. I do not know of any historical societies that maintain papers - doesn't mean there are not any. The Hampshire County Library has years and years of the Hampshire Review on microfilm - which would most likely have obits for Paw Paw and surrounding areas. The library is in Romney, on Main St. There are also newspaper repositories online - certain years of the Cumberland papers can be found on Ancestry.com and other sites.

Added by Dan Cowgill on Mar 02, 2016 3:34 PM

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