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John (#47032041)
 member for 6 years, 8 months, 1 day
Hello John ~ May I have permission to use your photographs of my family's headstones on my tree at Ancestry?
Thank you!

Added by Jeanne on Mar 26, 2015 2:35 PM

Pte.John Conway
Hello John,
Thank you for the Headstone photo of Pte.John Conway, Royal Berks/Labour Corps. It is much appreciated......Regards, John

Added by Jofen on Mar 16, 2015 5:02 PM

Steven M
RE: James McNeill (#120722608)
Actually, the memorial manager is already planning on putting up a bio for him.

Added by Steven M on Mar 13, 2015 4:15 PM

Steven M
James McNeill (#120722608)
Would you happen to have a photograph of his grave?

Added by Steven M on Mar 13, 2015 2:29 PM

William James Singleton
John - I am a Trustee and Volunteer at Holyhead Maritime Museum and have created a website recording those lost during WW1 from my town of Holyhead -
Amongst these is William James Singleton lost on the Leinster. With your permission I would like to add the photograph that you have of his gravestone to the website. You can contact me on
Thanks, Barry Hillier

Added by Sospan70 on Feb 12, 2015 11:02 AM

Steven M
Thomas F. Hazell (#119467451)
This seems to be the same person as Thomas F. Hazell (#133072633). Maybe you can ask the owner of that memorial page for a merger?

Added by Steven M on Feb 11, 2015 8:32 PM

RE: Peggy O'Riordan


John Pat and Peggy on the headstone are spouses. He was born around 1920 and I think she was similar.
Margaret Rowland (nee O'Riordan) his sister married Charles Rowland in England and is buried there.
There were 2 more sisters: Maria who was born abt 1914 and died in millstreet abt 2000. And Helena who married an o'Sullivan and who died abt 1990 I think.

Added by Rebecca on Feb 01, 2015 5:09 AM

RE: Private Christopher Barrett
I transferred his memorial to you (hope that was O.K.) so that you can link to his sister.
Thanks for helping!

Added by Arborist on Jan 30, 2015 4:19 PM

suzanne lawrence
michael creedon 1871 - 1957
John you have two names for the wife of this Michael Creedon one says Dennehy and the other says O'Leary on his page. Which one was it? Sue

Added by suzanne lawrence on Jan 19, 2015 12:26 AM

Thank you for the links

Added by wertypop on Dec 20, 2014 2:26 AM

This is a very late reply to your message but you said you had information on Lance Corparal Matthew Sherry that I could add?


Added by Laoise on Dec 12, 2014 11:23 AM

William J. Dilworth
Hello John ~ Thank you for the beautiful job you did in creating the memorial for W.J. Dilworth. He is my husband's great grandfather. I never expected to find so much information within five minutes of starting research on this line! I truly appreciate your efforts.

Added by Jeanne on Dec 09, 2014 12:20 PM

Cathy Gaughran Hatcher
photo request at Holy Faith, Glasnevin
Dear John,

I see that you are in Dublin, and I'd like to see if you can arrange to take a photo at Holy Faith Convent in Glasnevin. Please see the Find A Grave memorial for Margaret Gaughran here:

Many thanks for your consideration.


Cathy Gaughran Hatcher

Added by Cathy Gaughran Hatcher on Nov 26, 2014 2:49 PM

josephine pigott
RE: Patrick Pigott
my email address is my grandmother was margaret pigott from killester my grandfather was william pigott he was a merchant seaman i think my mam told me he died in grangegorman hospital i cannot find any information on them

Added by josephine pigott on Nov 23, 2014 11:28 AM

I love your photos of Ireland.

Added by Dawn on Nov 19, 2014 7:24 PM

clare mccann
r u on facebook john? i can put u in touch with joan o'connors son and others in that family.

Added by clare mccann on Nov 14, 2014 3:44 PM

RE: Private James Alexander Burley, Grangegorman Military Cemetery, Dublin
Hello John, Thanks for the photo of Pte.Burley's Headstone which completes the four men of The Royal Berkshire Regiment who lie in the Grangegorman Cemetery. I see you have taken photo's of all four and also the Berks man on the memorial, Pte.BEALE.
There are only six men who served in The Royal Berks Commemorated or Buried in Ireland and the final one is Pte.J.Conway who lies in KILBELAN (ST. CONLETH'S) CEMETERY which I have a request out for.
My wife is of Irish stock, her mother was a Toher and her father was a Carden,(Mayo and Sligo) but have yet to start tracking down any descendants in the way of a family tree.
Once again thanks again for all your efforts.

Added by Jofen on Nov 13, 2014 3:04 PM

Claude Hemmings
Thank you so much for the details and photographs of the burial place of Claude Hemmings 1907 - 1918 who is my uncle's brother.


Added by Carole on Nov 12, 2014 6:10 PM

clare mccann
thanks very much for linking the websites for julie kennedy and the news story of her novel to the photo of the grave with her mums name.

Added by clare mccann on Nov 02, 2014 2:11 PM

clare mccann
thanks very much for linking the websites for julie kennedy and the news story of her novel to the photo of the grave with her mums name.

Added by clare mccann on Nov 02, 2014 2:10 PM

Dale Mooney
More information
Hello John,

I am interested in Hughie "Bill" Mooney i have noticed you added. He was my dads uncle and my dad did not know a lot about his dad and has no idea if he has relatives on that side who are still around.

Can you give me any more information about relatives of Hughie who sorted the grave out and so on?

Any help would be amazing!

Added by Dale Mooney on Nov 02, 2014 1:51 PM

clare mccann
joan o connor
re joan o'connor of kerry who died on oct 24 1977 and interred in scotland, who made the request for her family to be included?

Added by clare mccann on Oct 31, 2014 1:56 PM

Thank you for the photo of Lilley's grave, I am most grateful,
Bob Pike

Added by Bobancre on Oct 31, 2014 11:02 AM

adam edwards
Page Lawrence Dickinson

Hello John,

Thanks for all your efforts. Did you do the Redford Cemetery based on a transcript of the cemetery records or on an actual visit? I'm looking for the wife of Page Lawrence, Joan Creagh, daughter of Augustine Fitzgerald Creagh and Diana Elizabeth Fitzgerald. I figure she must be there too since her husband and parents were buried there, but the only other Joans I find there don't match up at all. Joan Dickinson, née Creagh, was born c. 1882.


Added by adam edwards on Oct 15, 2014 10:49 AM

Tina reilly
ian roy collie
Hi John im related to the Collies and like you do geneology part time. i have found many relatives in Mount Jerome and saw Ian Roy Collie on your site can you tell me is he related to a John Collie who was born Scotland. He came to ireland with his 2 brothers William and George (my relative) around 1890.T
hey are all buried in Mount Jerome so you can look them up.
My relative had George Collie the famous artist and his brother John had John Junior born 1907 and he moved to terenure. Could Ian be his son? any information would be great
Many thanks

Added by Tina reilly on Oct 07, 2014 5:02 AM


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