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Susan Beyer (#46953116)
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Bio Photo I was born in New York City but now live in Philadelphia. I have been doing family history research since 2003. This led me to Find A Grave, where I was able to find some graves of ancestors and request photos of others.
While photographing graves of people I was researching, I began to take pictures of other graves in the area. I try to limit my photos to older headstones. I realize that at some point in time, someone cared deeply for these people. I hope that by adding this information to Find A Grave I am preserving some family history for others.
If you have any questions on these names, please feel free to reach out to me.
Anyone who wishes to add information, correct or remove a memorial that I placed, please use the "Edit" tab or e-mail me. Please reference Find A Grave in the subject line.
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Bronx Cop
Mary McArdle (103544874)
Added by Bronx Cop on Sep 14, 2017 8:50 AM
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Margaret Murray (117471628)
Found another one!
Added by Bronx Cop on Sep 12, 2017 9:45 AM
Julia C Brennan (1871-1935) 141046678 in St Stephenís cemetery
I found Juliaís birth certificate, which indicates her parents, Patrick Brennan and Catherine Brennan. Julia is now linked to a Patrick Brennan who died in 1860, so this Patrick Brennan cannot be her father if she was born in 1871. Also Juliaís motherís name on the death certificate iis spelt CathErine and the grave stone indicates CathArine. So these are not her parents. I will submit an unlink request.
Added by Marge on Aug 15, 2017 6:56 PM
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Elizabeth Deegan (104243362)
Another one!
Added by Bronx Cop on Aug 09, 2017 7:00 PM
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Margaret Gibson (124393923)
Added a photo!
Added by Bronx Cop on Jul 12, 2017 11:05 AM
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Patrick Brennan (180399079)
I added a photo to this one. - Kevin
Added by Bronx Cop on Jun 24, 2017 2:14 PM
Ross Morton
RE: Tomlinson at William Penn
Yes, Silas Tomlinson first married Emily Carter around 1830 in Philadelphia and had at least 4 children born there:
Edwin 1832
William 1837
Phebe Ann 1839
Aaron T 1840

Emily died about 1867 and Silas then married Emily's sister Mary Carter Worthington around 1871-1872 probably in Philadelphia.

Mary had first married Alfred Worthington in 1834 and had at least 4 children:
Elizabeth Ann 1836
Lloyd 1840
Morris P 1843
Benjamin Seymore 1848

Alfred died 1863-see #89280142

Both Mary and Emily were daughter's of my 4th gr grandparents James Carter (86631184) and his first wife Phebe Tomlinson Carter (died 1830 in Philadelphia. No FindAGrave memorial, she may have been buried in William Penn Cemetery)
Added by Ross Morton on Jun 20, 2017 7:03 AM
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Mary Connolly (105221433)
I found another one. We make a good team! -Kevin
Added by Bronx Cop on May 22, 2017 9:43 AM
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William John and Margaret Vail Holscher
I added another photo! - Kevin
Added by Bronx Cop on May 17, 2017 2:28 PM
Bronx Cop
RE: Rose Black (# 107134284)
No relationship. I am working on photographing this section of the cemetery and saw that you had created a memorial for her. You keep it. - Kevin
Added by Bronx Cop on May 16, 2017 2:06 PM
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