|Linda Anna (#47031431)|
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Seeking information regarding the Brew Families of Philadelphia, Pa. and N.J. Looking for relatives of the Brews families of N.J. and Pa.|
Thank you. Any and all information welcome. In
particular the families and friends of Wm, Daniel, Thomas, Charles,Mary and Dorothea Brew.
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|Nancy Cornelius||RE: Joseph Franklin Murphy|
You are welcome
|Kelly Austin||RE: Family|
As it turns out, the couple that I am looking for does not have a grave marker or stone :( I called New Cathedral and was able to confirm.
Thanks so much for your offer. I really appreciate it.
Have a great rest of the week,
|Kelly Austin||New Cathedral Cemetery in Philly|
I was wondering if you make it out to New Cathedral Cemetery in Philly very often. I would like to get photographs of a couple of family members that were buried there in the early 1900’s. I have a copy of the husband and wife's burial from the Ancestry.com records that lists a general location of the plot.
Just let me know….
Thanks very much,
|fay osborne||RE: Smith Family|
Harry, Mary and Beatrice Smith are relatives. I would appreciate managing the memorial. Thank you.
|Helene D||James Jennings|
Hi! I'm Helene D'Auria, and I wanted to contact you because I was have information I wanted to add to the memorial for James Jennings, died 1914, buried in New Cathedral Cemetery. James is collateral to one of my lines and I've discovered some documents that clarify his birth and death information. I wanted to check with you before I submit an edit in case he's family for you. Please let me know and I'll be happy to share with you what I've found. Thanks!
Added by Helene D on Sep 05, 2016 4:03 PM
|Bob||RE: Anna Jennings|
My honor to do so.
Added by Bob on May 01, 2016 8:46 AM
|Cemetery Wanderer||RE: Flowers|
It will be nice to see real flowers on memorials.
Glad I can be of help.
|Cemetery Wanderer||RE: Flowers|
Here are different ways of adding flowers.
I have given you several options. I wasn't exactly sure which option you wanted.
Placing flowers on a grave are done several ways.
After adding a flower of your own change the Choose Category to **My Scrapbook**.
1 You may upload pictures of your own or some that you have found on the internet.
If from the internet make sure they are not copyrighted. You need to upload the picture to your computer. Be sure to know where your pictures are located. Click on Leave a Flower. You need to change the category to **My Scrapbook**. Click on Add new item to My Scrapbook. Click Choose a File and locate the picture. Click Add this file.
2 If you find a flower on someone’s memorial.
You just click on the flower and then click on add to my scrapbook.
The next time you are adding a flower it will appear in your scrapbook.
3 On a memorial that you see a flower, Click on the flower, hopefully it is one you want to add to your scrapbook. On this screen you will be able to Click on Add this to my scrapbook. Click on Add new item to My Scrapbook. Choose From User Uploads. From here you will see pages and pages of pictures people have added to their scrapbooks. You can click on the picture and it will add the item to your scrapbook. The down side is that you can only do one picture and then have to go through them again. When you get through several pages it gets time consuming getting to the pages further in. This is a great way to get your scrapbook started, but plan to do it when you have time to go through a lot of pages at a time.
|Glenda Rowland||RE: Armita Sims|
I hope you feel better soon. I do understand and no rush. Thank you.
|Sue Seeterlin Rice||RE: Gerald Maguire|
You are a true Angel. Bless all who lost their lives during that horrible war.
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