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A Philly native transplanted to Manassas, VA. (Mom's side of the family was North and Dad's was South.) I grew up in the Frankford section of Philly, very close to three large cemeteries. |
I am not related to, nor have further information regarding, most of the names that I have added to this site. The information comes from a variety of sources, including interment records, obituaries, and tombstone inscriptions.
I am always happy to update/correct records that I have added to the site with verifiable information/resources.
PLEASE NOTE: If you are requesting transfer of a memorial to you, please explain the reason for the transfer. I am under no obligation to transfer a memorial I have added to findagrave and reserve the right to refuse any request. Thank you.
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|kw||Sarah White #41602095|
Thank you for transferring her memorial! Already working on it some more.
Added by kw on Sep 26, 2017 8:41 AM
|Dkkm||St. Dominic Cemetery - Thomas M. Carey|
I have a photo from St. Dominic Cemetery for a Thomas M. Carey, b.: 13 February 1924 - d.: 13 Sept. 1924. He is buried with:
James T. Carey, b.:19 December 1928 - d.: 22 December 1928
Mary A. Ward, b.:1883 - 1917
I believe this is the Thomas that you have listed in St. Dominic Cemetery. However, the memorial that you have added has Thomas' birth date as his death date. I would like to upload the photo to your memorial but I would like to confirm it is correct before I do so.
I can send you the photo if you like.
Dee Kaelin Maialetti
Added by Dkkm on Aug 31, 2017 11:08 AM
|Jim Willauer||Transfer Request|
I am asking that you transfer #42990777, Franklin J Dungan, to me. He is a relation of mine through the Dungan family who are originally from Upper Dublin Twp in North East Philadelphia. I would like to be able link him through Find a Grave to his other relations, including the Cottmans (He was married to Emily Cottman)and the Blakes. His wife and her second husband are all buried in this plot. I visited the grave today and that section of the Cemetery is badly overgrown, and is being abused by homeless. I photographed the memorial today, and plan on returning soon to clean up the area around his plot. Thank you
|Brucene Stulen Seal||Sarah Shakespere 37255595|
Hi I am working on my ancestry and came across the register that shows Sarah Shakespere was removed from Odd Fellow an relocated to Lawnview in 1951 (See Picture on her memorial). I know her maiden name was Smith because she was living with her sister and her husband Richard J Hamilton in 1860 Census and unmarried. Catherine Smith on the same register was her mother and if you note on the top it says the plot was purchased by Richard J Hamilton( my great great grandfather)
Thank you for adding this listing. I added a picture of the grave which I found for the first time today. It is showing up sideways but when you click on it, it opens correctly. I don't know how to fix this. I am sorry. This is the grave of my second great grandfather and his family.
Added by Dawn on May 27, 2017 7:16 PM
|Tony Fleming||Transfer request|
Hello CGL --
I'd like to request a transfer of memorials of my maternal great-grandmother's gravesite and her kin in the same cemetery. She is Elizabeth Cole Ashby, and her family in the Cole-Ashby Cemetery are all my kin.
Elizabeth Cole m. Willie Jackson Ashby
-> Lilla Ashby m. George Watkins Crabtree
-> Susan Crabtree m. Ivan Fleming
|Casual Onlooker||RE: Thank you for searching for Maggie Clore|
Thanks, interesting information. Her father murdered her? Yikes!!
|Casual Onlooker||Thank you for searching for Maggie Clore|
It looks like she was widowed before she married Parker Clore in 1942. It looks like her previous married name was Perkey, I don't know what her first husband's first name was. Anyway, thanks for trying. I am going to close the request and request it again with the note that it may be under the surname Perkey in case anybody else comes across it while there.
|Jessica||Jane Maxfield (Maxwell)|
Thank you so much for taking the time to photograph Jane's headstone for me, it means a lot!
Added by Jessica on Jun 28, 2016 7:49 PM
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