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Subject: Fwd: Re: [PAALLEGH-L] ST. PETER'S LUTHERAN CEMETERY
Date: Sun, 18 Oct 1998 14:15:57 -0700 (PDT)


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Donna;
I am forwarding this to the Pa Listmembers, and now think that your
Luthern church in East End of Pgh, was called Trinity Episcopal
Lutheran...
Can someone familiar with this area remember better than I can ?
Jane

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Donna;
The St. Peters Cemetery that you are talking about, was in the area that
I grew up in.
My husband lived on the street that dead-ended
into the cemetery.
I remember the church as an Episcopal Lutheran Church...It was built of
Grey Stone, and sits on the corner of Lemington and Paulson
Avenues....However, I can't remember its name. (Too many years since I
left.)
What was your Mothers family name ?
Wondering if I knew the family ?
Perhaps another list member can remember this church ?
I know that Cora, (Arocmae) is from this area...
Can you help her, Cora ? Jane

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