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From: "Mary Finley verizon" <>
Subject: Re: [Phly-Rts] PHILLY-ROOTS Digest, Vol 3, Issue 123
Date: Fri, 16 May 2008 10:59:59 -0400
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A little poking around revealed two cemeteries-Radnor Friends Meeting and
St. David's Episcopal cemetery.
I recall seeing St. David's records on-line.
http://chester-county-genealogy.com/smartsection.print.169/radnor-township.html
Regards,
Mary McCanney Finley

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From: "Craig TenBroeck" <>
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Sent: Friday, May 16, 2008 10:46 AM
Subject: Re: [Phly-Rts] PHILLY-ROOTS Digest, Vol 3, Issue 123


>I am looking for the burial place of James Sturman who died 10 Nov
> 1885 and was buried 14 Nov 1885. The certificate says place of
> burial was
> Radnor, Del Co., PA. The death certificate indicated that the p.o.d.
> was Presbyerian Hosp. in Phila. and the undertaker was James S.
> Pierce Co. He was a laborer and his wife a domestic in the Bryn Mawr
> area. Part of Bryn Mawr is in Radnor Township but I don't know of any
> burial places there. Can anyone help me with this, especially the
> funeral director? TIA
> Craig TenBroeck
>
>
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