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Eman Bonnici (#46572312)
 member for 12 years, 10 months, 13 days
Kitty Susca
RE: Father Bruce Ritter
I removed the smallest picture,but kept the other one.I think it looks right now.

Added by Kitty Susca on Jan 23, 2016 6:00 PM

Kitty Susca
RE: Father Bruce Ritter
Dear Eman,
I'm completely honored to sponsor father Bruce's
memorial. He was an amazing person.

Added by Kitty Susca on Jan 19, 2016 1:45 AM

Thanks for Carmelite Information!
Thanks for Carmelite Information- I have updated, and corrected all that is sent. Peace

Added by Roanho on Jan 12, 2016 7:06 AM

Re:Renato Spiteri O.F.M. Cap. Friar
I want to thank you sincerely for sharing the information and photo's. I can still remember when my grandfather Amante and my grandmother( my fathers parents )went to Malta in the 60's to visit Renato and returned with a gift of Rosary Beads that had been blessed by Renato. We knew very little about my grandfathers family and it has been so interesting learning more about his family. Again thank you, Annie

Added by Annie55 on Jan 06, 2016 6:21 PM

Frank K.
Merry Christmas
Wishing you a very Merry Christmas and all the best in the New Year.

Added by Frank K. on Dec 24, 2015 9:35 PM

About a Photo Request for Cemetery Verano, Rome, Italy
In reply to your message at:
The grave of Ignazio Giunti is in zone 8, next to the morgue.
Best regards from Rome, Italy

Added by Carlo on Dec 24, 2015 2:34 AM

Cemetery added...thanks.

Added by Travelingal on Dec 17, 2015 5:57 AM

Deborah Lyman
Bishop Estabrook
I was there photographing requests from Find-a-
Grave today. I have his marker and stone if you want me to send them to you via email. I can't add any to his memorial because there is a limit of photos at this site.

Added by Deborah Lyman on Nov 27, 2015 12:04 PM

Donna Dinstel
RE: Photo
For some reason, in 2011, the Sisters of the Holy Family stopped adding individual names to the big plaque on the side of one of the Sisters of the Holy Family crypts. If I ever see they have updated the plaque, I till post that pix too. I am glad to be able to fill your request, so many markers are illegible. :)

Added by Donna Dinstel on Nov 22, 2015 6:06 AM

Judy Barrette-Flint
Malta Memorial - Little, A. W.
Thank-you so much for supplying a picture of this special part of the memorial. My 3rd cousin once removed, only child of William Oliver Little & Gladys Marguerite Warren.

Added by Judy Barrette-Flint on Nov 12, 2015 8:28 PM

Johann Sailer
Thanks so much for the photos of Johann Michael Sailer's grave site and interior statue. They are quite impressive. I wish I could find information on his family members that might have eventually come to the USA. If you have any source please let me know.
Thanks again!

Added by Capt on Oct 31, 2015 12:24 PM

Amanda West
Sgt Hayes-Jones
Thank you for taking the trouble to take this photo and upload it. It is much appreciated.

Added by Amanda West on Oct 30, 2015 10:21 AM

Janet Lyons
Fathers Tom and Ed Lew
Thank you, Eman, for leaving prayers and photos for my friends, the Lew brothers/priests.

Added by Janet Lyons on Oct 28, 2015 10:02 AM

Angel of Flowers
RE: Sponsor
You're quite welcome for the sponsorship of Maria. I just sponsored her days before Find A Grave made her memorial a 'famous' one. I'm very surprised they didn't take my name off the sponsorship because you can't sponsor a famous memorial. They still may take my name off. I see they took off your bio and had someone else put another up. I liked yours better. More personal.

Have a great night!


Added by Angel of Flowers on Oct 27, 2015 5:16 PM

Maria Goretti
RE: Angelo Goretti
Thank you Eman, you are so very kind, I really appreciate it.
God bless you for all your great contributions to this site,

Added by Maria Goretti on Oct 27, 2015 1:47 PM

Sister Teresa Goretti

Dear Eman ~

You are most welcome. If it weren't for me finding your memorial for Alessandro Serenelli on Find A Grave back in 2013, while searching the surname Serenelli for genealogical purposes, I would never have known of Saint Goretti.

So, I extend my thanks you you. My cousin went to see Saint Goretti's relics in Philadelphia. Unfortunately, I was unaware of her tour in the East coast of the U.S. ~ hence I did not get an opportunity to go.

Perhaps, if ever again she comes back in my area, I will be able to go. Her brothers' graves ~ Angelo, Alessandro, and Mariano ~ are near my home. I am planning to visit their graves in the upcoming weeks.

God Bless you for spreading the word of Saint Goretti.

Fondly ~ Clair

Added by gwtwqueenie on Oct 27, 2015 12:24 PM

Maria Goretti
Angelo Goretti
Sorry to bother you again Eman, I just wanted to know if any of this information or photos are copyrighted?

Added by Maria Goretti on Oct 26, 2015 12:22 PM

Maria Goretti
Angelo Goretti

I am contributing to a project on Saint Maria Goretti at , woud you kindly allow me to upload photos and personal data for the members of her family that you have posted on find a grave?
Thanking you in anticipation and congratulations on your great work on find my past,

Added by Maria Goretti on Oct 26, 2015 12:20 PM

Rev Joseph Carroll McCormick
Hi Eman
You visited Rev one time or another I just wanted to inform you that he was not buried in the Crypt. I am deleting that memorial and you may go here #10715358 for his burial he must of been moved. Take care and God Bless.

Added by annie on Oct 19, 2015 5:50 PM

Frank K.
Archbishop Eder
Thank you my friend for helping memorializing dear Archbishop Eder of Salzburg.

Added by Frank K. on Sep 22, 2015 4:45 PM

Photos added
I added the photos to Marc Porel's page as you requested. Glad I could help!

Added by amy7252 on Sep 20, 2015 7:32 PM

Amanda West
Richard Franks
Many thanks for contributing the photo of the memorial for Richard Franks. It is much appreciated.

Added by Amanda West on Sep 16, 2015 4:30 AM

Sr Phyllis Peter CCR
Reserch on Sr.Elias Devine

Dear Sir,
Teresa Devine, daughter of Dr.Hennessey Devine was born in Tipperary, Ireland, on April 15, 1839. She was one of a family of ten children. The Devine family had lost all its property in the unfortunate persecution of Catholics in Ireland which obliged her to leave her country and secure a teacher's post at Bayonne, France. Later in 1868 she decided to enter the sisterhood known as the "Third Order Regular of Our Lady of Mount Carmel". As a member of the Congregation she received the name Sister Mary Elias of Jesus. Along with two other companions she was sent to India in 1870, to labour in the cause of English education among the Indian girl children of the Province of Travancore.
As a co-foundress, first Superior and Headmistress of Holy Angels Convent, Trivandrum, India, she faced with several foundational difficulties, specially with the overall increase of students in the school, boarding house and orphanage. Therefore it was an immediate need of getting English sisters for the work in the missions, Mother Elias left for Europe in 1900 and founded a Novitiate house named "The Convent of Our Lady of the Mission" at Ypres, Belgium to train the candidates for the Indian mission. In 1905 after sending five well trained sisters to India the Novitiate house was forced to close down due to the lack of candidates.
Thereafter Mother Elias of Jesus moved to sisters of Mercy Convent Bunbury, Western Australia. She taught in that college till 1917. Satisfied as Mother Elias with the sisters and her zealous labour in Bunbury, at the age of 78, she was anxious to devote the remaining years of her life to work for native girls at St.Josephs Orphanage of New Norcia, WA. When her health and strength was hers for sixteen years she gave them gladly to brighten their young lives and in her declining years her prayers went up for them to the Throne of Mercy in greater measure, and her saintly life was an example to one and all.
The early hours of Friday, October 20, 1933, saw the quiet passing away of one who for many years played her part in the upbringing of native girls in St.Josephs Orphanage, New Norcia, WA.
Of all her family (Devine) members pre-deceased her, though one of her sisters died only in 1930 in her 98th year. Now we would love to know more about Mother Mary Elias (Teresa Devine) and her family tree. We have no certificates- either original or attested copies to throw light on the members of her family, parents, relations, her siblings. In Tipperary - the Church where she was baptized- the school she attended,etc etc. If there are living members of the family tree/ Irish or others wherever they be in Ireland or elsewhere would be truly appreciated.
with regards

Holy Angels' Convent
Ph: 009995725338

Added by Sr Phyllis Peter CCR on Sep 04, 2015 12:57 AM

Lucinda (Cindy Dionisi) Powers
Thank you for your message. I really don't know where my great grand parents, Dionisi, are buried. I do know they were from Lucoli.

Are you in Italy? Can you help me find their graves? I live in Texas.

Best wishes, Cindy Dionisi Powers

Added by Lucinda (Cindy Dionisi) ... on Sep 01, 2015 9:33 PM

Long Black Veil
RE: Sr Marguerite Sheridan
Just received this message from a friend who was born and still lives in Izmir. Hope this helps you.

"Actually its much smaller, about a third of the size of Pasakopru. Its called Karsiyaka (or Sogukkuyu) Catholic cemetery. It is strictly Catholic and mainly Italian."


Added by Long Black Veil on Aug 14, 2015 1:16 PM


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