Bev,I have tried to respond to your message to me about this cemetery but it keeps bouncing.
> The information I had came from LDS films of the WPA typed indexes to > registration of deaths, city of Philadelphia, 1803-1860.This is definately > not a complete list of burials in Philadelphia.
> "Records are alphabetically arranged and contain names, cemetery, date of > death, cause of death, age, doctor." > > And the film numbers are: > A-Bishoff -FHL US/CAN Film [ 978982 ] > Bishop-Carpenter -FHL US/CAN Film [ 978983 ] > Carper-Cyler -FHL US/CAN Film [ 978984 ] > D-Ess -FHL US/CAN Film [ 978985 ] > Ess-Gile -FHL US/CAN Film [ 978986 ] > Giles-Henry -FHL US/CAN Film [ 978987 ] > Henryman-Karney -FHL US/CAN Film [ 978988 ] > Karns-Lye -FHL US/CAN Film [ 978989 ] > Lyell-Mclaw -FHL US/CAN Film [ 978990 ] > McLea-Nolen -FHL US/CAN Film [ 978991 ] > Nolens-Richard -FHL US/CAN Film [ 978992 ] > Richardet-Smiter -FHL US/CAN Film [ 978993 ] > Smith-Tomlin -FHL US/CAN Film [ 978994 ] > Tomlins-Wilson -FHL US/CAN Film [ 978995 ] > Wilstach-Zwissler -FHL US/CAN Film [ 978996 ] > > Hope that helps. > Brenda > > ----- Original Message ----- > From: Beastringer@aol.com > To: email@example.com > Sent: Thursday, November 20, 2003 7:01 PM > Subject: Kensington ME Church Ground > > > Brenda,am hoping this email address is still in use.I have been looking > for a source for Union Wesleyan and Harmony Burial Grounds,ie. Kensington > ME Church grounds for several years now. > Please let me explain::a local newspaper ran an article about a tombstone > being unearthed at Hetzel Playgrounds, which was Union cem.part of > Kensington ME church.The stone (but now remails of course) were unearthed > during a construction phase, very much readable, but very slightly damaged. > I have been trying to locate the family of same.To date, only know what is > written on the stone. > Am wondering how you found the information that included names like Reel, > Rihle, rue, etc??Is there a source that you discovered or twas it personal > info. that you already had.I have found that some, if not all of what was > movable, was taken to Fernwood, Forrest Hills, and North Cedar Hill Cem's. > If you have any info on how to obtain such, could you please help me out. > Thank you so much for taking time to read this, otherwise confusing email, > from me.Bev. Stringerin Phila. Pa. >