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Slavish Cemetery St. Clair
Mon Sep 8, 2014 14:18
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I am trying to find out the cemetery where my husband’s great great grandfather (Andrew Motto) is buried at.
He was born in Austria-Hungary around 1858 and lived in St. Clair/PA.I found his death certificate showing he died in 1916 in St. Clair. The undertaker wrote “Slavish Cemetery” in the death certificate. I’ve done a lot of research online and can’t find which cemetery was that.
I also went to billiongraves.com and findagrave.com and no luck.
Any help would be greatly appreciated!
Thanks!!

    • Re: Slavish Cemetery St. ClairAnonymous, Tue Sep 9 17:48
      Here are the Catholic Churches (not Orthodox) of Saint Clair and founding dates: Saint Clair, St. Boniface (German) 1853 Saint Clair, St. Mary (Irish) 1864 Saint Clair, St. Casimir (Lithuanian) 1912... more
      • Re: Slavish Cemetery St. Clairmottomb, Tue Sep 9 22:29
        Thanks for all the information! Do you think that sites like findagrave.com have a complete list of all the people buried at the cemeteries on their site ? Since I couldn't find his grave on the site ... more
        • Re: Slavish Cemetery St. ClairAnonymous, Wed Sep 10 17:57
          Findagrave.com and Billion Graves definitely may not have all marked graves listed. I think Billion Graves has a smartphone app that makes uploading the gravestone photos easy, and adds GPS... more
          • Re: Slavish Cemeterymottomb, Wed Sep 10 20:21
            You are right! Andrew's son Martin is buried at Immaculate Conception so I am really hopeful he is also there! I called the number you gave me for the Parrish and spoke to a gentleman there, that has ... more
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