Re: Philadelphia Death Record: cemetery?
- Hi Tom,
Thanks for the suggestions. Never gave it a thought that maybe N.C. stood for National Cemetery. I did check your suggestions and didn't see his name. I even tried the name Jarmin. I did a little research on the German Reformed Church and somewhere I read that the headquarters for the Church (way back when) was in North Carolina. Who knows where their records are today.
FYI: I have a letter written (abt. 1900) by a granddaughter of his that says he traveled to Philadelphia for eye surgery and died suddenly while there. The death record I found does state he died in a hospital there. I do feel that he is buried somewhere in Phil.
No, I don't know if he was a veteran but I kind of doubt it.
--- In email@example.com, "Bloodhound; Kermit" <tomknox2001@...> wrote:
> Nancy -
> do you know if JOHN GERMAN was a veteran? War of 1812 maybe?
> "N.C." could stand for National Cemetery in Philadelphia
> Except there is not a JOHN GERMAN listed in that cemetery.
> Other possibles:
> North Cedar Hill Cemetery
> - http://www.interment.net/data/us/pa/philadelphia/north_cedar.htm
> New Cathedral Cemetery
> - http://www.interment.net/data/us/pa/philadelphia/new_cath/index.htm
> Northwood Cemetery
> - http://www.interment.net/data/us/pa/philadelphia/northwood/index.htm
> - Tom Knox
> --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "nancyw" <Aussielover3@> wrote:
> > I recently found a Philadelphia death record that I feel 95 percent sure is the death record for my 3rg great grandfather. His name was John German b. abt 1789 d. 31 Jan. 1846. The name of the cemetery on the record is "N.C. German Red'D". I have tried to lcate a cemetery by this name but have come to a dead end. Does anyone out there know what N.C. stands for? I've checked Find A Grave and can't find a listing.
> > All suggestions are welcome.
> > Nancy