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|penny eddy (#47068370)|
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|Eric von Dorster||Henry Hockery|
I saw your request on ancestorcloud and it got me digging around. There is some chance I may get to the Philadelphia City Archives one of these days for my own great grandfather, and if so I'd be glad to take a look for you. I found Mary Fox (1818-1890) and her sister Catherine Haughrey English (1828-1901) and a death record of Hugh Hockery/Haughery (b. 1797) in Philadelphia on 6 Jan 1862. I can see why you think Henry's death certificate is shady - the writing is terrible. Mother's name looks like O'Lone, a name that at least exists in Ireland. I've never had much luck tracking Irish records. Do you know if Henry's parents came to the U.S.? Let me know if any of this helps.
Eric von Dorster
|Linda||RE: Leon Eddy|
His mother's marker was next to him if you are interested.
Added by Linda on Jun 15, 2012 5:37 PM
|A.Gorringe B.||RE: Mcbride family|
Hi, I have a relative who married into the McBride family.
I could transfer the memorials to you if you want. It's no problem.
|Wendy BW||Dolpha Howard|
Penny; I've gone ahead and transfered Dolpha's memorial to you. I am not related to him, it was just that I had the opportunity to transcribe the cemetery several years ago. The pictures were added later by another member. I am always happy when one of my transcriptions finds a home. Since you are his granddaughter, I will transfer him to you and if someone else comes along later to claim him, you can transfer at that time. Wendy.
Added by Wendy BW on Jul 03, 2011 9:17 PM
|Kathleen Belfiore Schuman||RE: photo request|
Always a pleasure!