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|Kathy DiBlassio (#48128937)|
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|I have tombstone inscription books for the following cemeteries:|
St James Episcopal Church Cemetery, Bristol, PA
Bristol Cemetery, Bristol, PA
St Marks Church, Bristol, PA
I have a cemetery map for the Morrisville Cemetery, Morrisville, PA.
I also have the church records of bruials for the Tullytown Cemetery, Tullytown, PA. This book has dates but is not indexed.
I have nothing that is more recent than 15 years, in some cases longer.
If your family member is listed in these books I will be glad to take a photo for you. If not, I will notify you that there is no stone on that grave. That doesn't mean that they are not buried there, it just means that they do not have a stone.
Some of the older stones, which are impossible to read, may have been read or rubbed for the books so it is worth checking.
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|Chuck Hilton||Louis Koontz|
Thank You Kathy for the notification that Lou's grave is unmarked
I know in the Quaker Cemeteries that the lot buyer was usually the only name recorded. There could be 6 plots and if there is no marker there was no way to know who else was buried there. Wonder if this is the case too. Having the same problem in Bristol Cemetery. Thanks again for checking.
Added by Terry on May 29, 2013 7:55 PM
I appreciate you checking. Somebody else looked in the cemetery and found nothing and yet all there obits state Tullytown Cemetery. I am going to assume they were removed from there.
Added by Terry on May 29, 2013 7:18 AM