|Adrian Johnson ||private Daniel Robinson photo|
Hi. The photo of This grave is a bit unclear. is it possible to get a clearer photo of his name on the grave stone please.
Death: Aug. 10, 1915
County Dublin, Ireland
6261 Private Daniel Robertson.
The Suffolk Regiment.
Grangegorman Military Cemetery
County Dublin, Ireland
Plot: CE. 604.
Added by Adrian Johnson on Nov 08, 2015 7:46 AM
|Susan Marie (Sutor) Meister||RMS Leister|
Hi, just wanted to thank you for all your good information. Thanks for posting and taking care of these memorials.
Susan M. Meister
distantly related to Edward Harry Argent
Added by Susan Marie (Sutor) Meist... on Oct 23, 2015 6:31 PM
|MarshaHale||Dr. Kathleen McDonald Doyle|
Dear John - The photo you took of the gravesite of Kathleen, her husband Patrick Joseph Doyle, and their daughter Suniva, has such sharp quality. Thank you for all your work. I have submitted information regarding the gravesites of Kathleen's parents headstone in Galway. Also, the date of Kathleen and Patrick's wedding.
All the best, Marsha Hale
Added by MarshaHale on Oct 14, 2015 11:45 PM
|Clive||RE: Herbert Carroll|
Sorry for taking so long to reply. It was my sister who spotted the message. Yes, my Father Herbert (Bert) and his brother William (Bill) both went to the Royal Hibernian. Bill wound up in India as a boy soldier. We are not quite sure how long my father stayed in the RHMS but I think he stayed a bit longer than normal to continue his education. At some stage after that he was in the Free State Army No 1 Band and played the french horn.
Keep up the good work!
All the best
Added by Clive on Oct 12, 2015 12:20 PM
Hello John, my great grandad died on the sinking of the Leinster, wonder if you have any info? thanks
Added by Jules on Sep 29, 2015 12:27 AM
|Michael Jones||LILLIS FAMILY TREE|
LILLIS FAMILY TREE
HI, I AM MICHAEL L JONES LV NV LOOKING FOR RELATIVES JAMES LILLIS 1836 CO CLARE. ENDED UP IN KC MO WHERE HE BECAME A NOTED CITIZEN. ANY HELP WILL BE APPRECIATED. THANK YOU MLJ LV NV
Added by Michael Jones on Sep 19, 2015 1:09 PM
John--thanks for the transfer.
Added by Deb on Aug 24, 2015 3:38 PM
|Deb||Whites in Ballyshanon|
John--thanks for the updates and the photos.
Added by Deb on Aug 24, 2015 9:28 AM
|Logan||Pictures Thank You|
Added by Logan on Aug 08, 2015 7:27 PM
|Jessica Pigott||Elizabeth Kelly|
Hi John, thank you for the the photos of the grave in Cruagh cemetery. Elizabeth Kelly(nee Ellis) is my great grandmother. Her son Michael Kelly was my grandfather. It was great to come across this find.
Added by Jessica Pigott on Aug 05, 2015 3:21 PM
|Donal Mac Cormaic||Andrews Grave|
Hi John, thanks for taking the photos of the Andrews grave in Deans Grange. Mary Andrews was a second cousin of my grandmother, her mother was a Begley from Limerick and we arfe related through the Begley line. The memorial is very simple.
Added by Donal Mac Cormaic on Aug 05, 2015 11:32 AM
|Declan J Byrne||Bridget Core grave|
John I thank you very much for the photos I was looking for .It means so much to me .Im in KK and if I can do the same for you please don't hesitate to ask .Regards Declan
Added by Declan J Byrne on Jul 29, 2015 8:08 AM
|Valerie Wright||Cowley Family and RHMS|
Hi John - am researching the above family and found your info on Thomas Webster Cowley tombstone in the RHMS cemetery
I was wondering if you had come across this name elsewhere in connection with the RHMS - I know that his father & grandfather were enlisted in the 14th Foot and that his father Thomas Cowley born circa 1822 was a Drum Major at the RHMS, discharged from army 1861 but cannot find him or family from then onwards -except the above
thanks for any help you can give
Added by Valerie Wright on Jul 24, 2015 5:51 AM
|Mjpal Lynch||Kinsella family|
I am related to the Kinsella family from Arklow.
Added by Mjpal Lynch on Jul 18, 2015 10:17 PM
|Rosemary||RE: Manliffe & Margarita Goodbody|
John, both now yours. Sorry at the moment that is the only photo I have. I will try and get a better one.
Added by Rosemary on Jul 16, 2015 1:28 PM
John, as you have add a lot to the memorials would you like to take them over? I am happy to transfer them.
Added by Rosemary on Jul 15, 2015 1:11 PM
|Carmel Flynn||Private Joe Flynn|
I stand corrected again John- his date of birth is March 16th 1897- and he wasn't baptised in Emo as previously stated, he was baptised in St Michaels Church, Portarlington
Added by Carmel Flynn on Jul 10, 2015 4:56 AM
|Carmel Flynn||Private Joseph Flynn|
also John, private Joe was born in Laois on March 20th 1897 and was baptised in Emo Church a few days later. Not sure where the Offaly came from! Thanks for all your work
Added by Carmel Flynn on Jul 10, 2015 3:20 AM
|Carmel Flynn||Private Joe Flynn, Emo, Laois|
hi John, am private Joes grandniece and have uploaded photos on his grave.
My grandfather Patrick, his brother, was residing in Wexford town as a lodger and working as a ganger in the GSR. He was 23.
John another brother, had joined the LIfe Guards in 1908 so was in UK by 1911.
Can't find Mick or Joe in 1911 census.
Apparently they had 2 older sisters Margaret and Mary that we can't find in any census..
There is a memorial service for Private Joe in Emo ChUrch on Aug 8th this year and 53 of his grand nieces and nephews are going to be in attendance from as far as Canada, UK and rest of Ireland.
Added by Carmel Flynn on Jul 09, 2015 6:47 PM
|BobBoston||RE: Reuben Harrison Howell|
You are very welcome. It was my pleasure to visit that amazing cemetery that was so well maintained. It was a surprise to see over 11,000 markers of Commonwealth graves. The CWGC has done a terrific job.
Thank you for your efforts to remember the Veterans.
Bob in Boston, Massachusetts
Added by BobBoston on Jun 25, 2015 10:06 AM
|Logan||Pictures Thank You|
Added by Logan on Jun 23, 2015 3:05 PM
|Chris Doran||RE: Donahan O'Dowd|
You're welcome. If I can get better pictures on another visit when they've mown the grass, I may change some of the photos. As you'll see from the inscription and links I've had added, his parents are there too, along with what is presumably a cenotaph for his brother: http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GSln=o'dowd&GSiman=1&GScid=2185991&GRid=148021238&
Thanks for your offer to take photos in Dublin. As you'll guess from my surname, it's likely I do have Irish ancestors, though we've so far not been able to find when or whence they emigrated. But if you do come across any Doran graves, especially before 1800, it'll do no harm to put them on Find A Grave just in case, though at this stage it's not worth going to any great effort or even taking the time to tell me you've done it.
Added by Chris Doran on Jun 19, 2015 7:34 AM
|Corinne Curtis||RE: David Cowan Douglas|
That's fine. Glad it is of use to you. Photos weren't the best views as I only had limited time down in Yorkshire (I live in Orkney) and was concentrating on getting the most images I could, rather than quality, and also didn't do any transcriptions on the spot.
I do have these photos at higher resolution if you would like them - email me at firstname.lastname@example.org if you want them.
Added by Corinne Curtis on Jun 17, 2015 5:58 AM
|clare mccann||joan o connor|
joan o connor whose parents are from county kerry pat and catherine and who is buried in motherwell scotland died on oct 18 1977 and not oct 24 as stated on the stone.
Added by clare mccann on May 30, 2015 2:43 PM
Just found your picture of my grandparents grave. Thank you.
Added by eva doyle on May 27, 2015 8:25 AM