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I have used Findagrave for my own research for several years so I am very happy to be able to give back to this community. When people are missing from a cemetery list, it is satisfying to be able to add them and keep them from being forgotten.|
Searching through the cemeteries of Bucks and Hunterdon counties around New Hope, Pennsylvania, has also given me a new historical appreciation for the families who settled and prospered here, in my adopted home.
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Thank you kindly for the photo. It is greatly appreciated.
Added by DJC on Oct 11, 2017 3:46 PM
Much appreciated Megan!
|William Kazupski||RE: Re: Boleslaw Dukes|
Always glad to help out....and you're most welcome.
|Ralph Hammond-Green||RE: Pups|
:) - Give Conall a rub for me.
|Ralph Hammond-Green||Your personal page photo|
Just noticed the Golden Retriever. We had our Ramsey for 12½ years. Got him as a puppy for my wife's father. Jack enjoyed him for the last 9 months of his life. Ramsey is now in a nice wooden box on our mantel.
|Roibeard||RE: Richard Dreher photo add|
You're very welcome. I just posted the photos to Emma's page.
Added by Roibeard on Apr 10, 2017 6:41 AM
|Bill Bates||Earle Winderman|
Thank you for the additional information.
Have an awesome day,
|Lisa G.||Memorial# 83977978|
I believe the photo on the top of the above listed memorial belongs to her son Howard W (Memorial# 83977964-died age 24 yrs 11 mo 1 day on left of photo) & daughter Elizabeth (Memorial# 111830901-died age 15 yrs). Can you add it to those? You manage Elizabeth's.
Added by Lisa G. on May 16, 2016 4:47 PM
|RS Witwer||RE: Re: Welshes in Lambertville|
I was going to delete my duplicates after yours were corrected. Perhaps I should have been more clear. I do not think that my efforts to transcribe St. John the Evangelist Cemetery should eliminate your earlier efforts. Thanks for your help. Rhonda
|Ags8th||RE: Joshua Smith - Solebury|
It wasn't uncommon for Quakers to have minimalist or no grave marker. With hiim buried there in a Friends cemetary, it does change my earlier belief that he may have changed religions around 1870 when he moved across the river. I suspect two of his children (Robert 1850-1869, and Mary C, 1864-1870) were also buried there.
Added by Ags8th on Oct 02, 2015 7:45 AM
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