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Arthur Hepler (#48289623)
 member for 3 years, 8 months, 23 days
w Kreider
Earl Brown McKelvey, # 68719060
I appreciate the information, but would appreciate it if you would look at the contributor profile first and honor requests to not post death certificates to the memorial.
They are difficult to read and often contain information that would be hurtful to survivors in the cause of death.

Thank you.

Added by w Kreider on Aug 01, 2017 6:17 PM

Lisa Pritchard
Thank you for all the work you have done for find a grave. I was surprised when I put in my Great Grandmother's name Sarah Greenawalt Macbeth and to find her death certificate. And then went I looked at it I saw my grandmothers handwriting. This meant so much to me.

Thank you again
Lisa Pritchard

Added by Lisa Pritchard on May 17, 2017 6:28 AM

Glen Swartz
RE: Memorial# 148648621
Arthur; thank you, fantastic. It's great PA finally decided to release these records. Ordering them from the PA Dpt of Health was previously a painstaking means of research.

I appreciate your efforts and attention to detail.

Arthur writing: See the death certificates at 27684707 & 147925588.

Added by Glen Swartz on Apr 30, 2016 9:22 PM

Glen Swartz
Memorial# 148648621
Hi Arthur, first and foremost, thank you very much for the photos you've shared. I have a lot of appreciation for all the research you've done.

Let me share a little with you. This is what I think I see:

Memorial# 148648573: Tombstone Inscription: HENRY RHOADS, DIED March 19, 1859, aged 78 years, __ mo & _ dys.

Memorial# 148648621: Tombstone inscription: CATHARINE, Wife of HENRY RHOADES, DIED, November _, 1871, in her 82 year.

Catherine is the subject of my inquiry. You have her year of death as 1881, but after going over census records and the photo in particular, I think the inscription is 1871, not 1881. But most important to me is how did you find/learn her maiden name?

I'm hypersensitive to what I find on the internet and accept very, very little of what I find at first brush.

Glen Swartz, Alexandria, VA.

Added by Glen Swartz on Apr 28, 2016 8:39 PM


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