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Janet Greentree (#5502422)
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Al Cross
John Marx
I searching for a photo, and proof of John Marx interred at Philadelphia National Cem.

All of our searches lead back to this cemetery but another findagrave volunteer states that the cemetery does not list him.

John Marx
b.approx. 1843 d. 26 Jul 1893

John was a member of the 4th Ohio Volunteer Calvary during the Civil War.
I am a member of the 4th Ohio Volunteer Calvary Decendents and it is important that we solve this issue.

You took the photo of the cemetery on John's memorial page, so I figure your close to the cemetery.

Thank you
Al Cross #47195421
Added by Al Cross on Mar 20, 2017 11:53 PM
RE: 133328530 - Patrica Hall
You must be researching a different Patrica Hall. Memorial 133328530 was born 4/30/2933 and died 4/7/2014. Thanks
Added by MLN JHP on Feb 27, 2017 1:57 PM
Jean O'Hara
Speer family
Memorial #108859344
Added by Jean O'Hara on Nov 06, 2016 4:34 PM
Jean O'Hara
Pics of Speer family
My mother was Lucile Slaughter. Adopted by the Hamiltons.
Her mother was Madeleine Majorie Speer. I was wondering how you
came upon the family pics of Lucile and the Speer family. I have a
picture of Madeleine and Lucile (my mother) from 1939. I also have
a picture of James Patrick Speer and Susan Virginia Morgan Speer.
My e-mail, please RSVP.
Added by Jean O'Hara on Nov 06, 2016 3:32 PM
deanna french
Oak Hill Cemetery D.C. Joseph Willard Civil War veteran
May I use the monument photo(s) that you contributed to the Find A Grave memorial page for Joseph Willard, to post on the Vermont Civil War site? (

You will be credited for this.
Thank you for your consideration.

Deanna French
Added by deanna french on Oct 05, 2016 5:57 PM
Hans Friedrich
Joe Ferrell
hello! How are you connected to Joe Ferrell researcher?
Added by Hans Friedrich on Sep 17, 2016 8:41 AM
Thank you
Dear Find A Grave Volunteers - Audrey and Janet,

Your photo of my family's gravestone came out so much better than ones I have taken when I visit their gravesite in Falls Church, where I grew up. My extended family members have graves in so many states that the services of the volunteers who have so honorably photographed and posted photos of the gravesite and cemetery are greatly appreciated. Thank you for your time and efforts for this wonderful project that over this past year has answered many questions over many states.
Thanks again .
Added by Romar on Jul 31, 2016 3:11 PM
Claire Kirkpatrick
I received your edit request to unlink Claire and John Kirkpatrick as husband and wife. Her obituary names him as her husband and they share a marker. I am declining the request, if you have proof please provide me with the source.
Added by Gennaphyr on Feb 14, 2016 7:18 AM
ralph a. applegate
connected to?
Was he (Benjamin-1708)Chambers connected in any way, and he likely was , to James Dean , who was in or near Southwest of Carlisle in that same period ? Both, I believe , were Indian Traders , James Dean was licensed in 1772, and both could have been members of Society of Indian Traders , inter alia ? I would like to know because James Dean could have been nearly 1st one to I call it Jersey Settlement No. 2 (Yohogania)when he noticed in late 1768 a parcel of land there that he had Surveyed to William(1733)Applegate in 1790 ! I have no proof yet when James Dean was born, or where ? You may have a clue ? I seem to recall that Benjamin(1708)Chambers was found near Bristol, Pa, in his early period , and you know that he had a Ferry across Schuylkill River in that early period which changed to Gray's Ferry!Etc.
Added by ralph a. applegate on Feb 05, 2016 2:16 PM
Picture of Metilda Anderson gravestone
You provided a picture on this website of the marker for Matilda Anderson, my paternal 3x great grandmother, who died in 1882 and is buried in Congressional Cemetery. However, I can find no record of the grave for her husband, John Anderson, who died between 1840 and 1850. In the pic of Matilda's marker, there is just edge of the adjoining marker, the first name initial of which appears to be "J.". I can find no specific record of his death, just an index card in D.C.'s records between 1840 and 1964. From Census and city directory records, I know John died before 1850. Is it possible that you would already have a pic of the markers near Matilda's, and could you determine if John Anderson is buried there as well? If so, can you provide the pic, please? Thank you!
Added by bdmine on Aug 12, 2015 9:41 PM
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