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SarniaKid (#46574238)
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Deb Hooker
RE: Thomas O'Hara & Elizabeth Kelly
Thank you Angie! You ROCK! :)
Added by Deb Hooker on Mar 29, 2015 8:36 PM
Deb Hooker
Thomas O'Hara & Elizabeth Kelly
Thank you so much for the photos! I very much appreciate your time and effort!
Added by Deb Hooker on Mar 18, 2015 1:58 PM
Patricia Munro Fuller
Martin Munro
Hello,

I noticed you created a memorial for Martin Munro in Saint Anne's Anglican Church Cemetery. There are only 53 interments noted for the cemetery. Is this just a partial listing? Thank you.,
Added by Patricia Munro Fuller on Mar 09, 2015 9:28 AM
c marsh
Florence Flossie Stone
Thank you for adding the biography from 'The Hard Oil Town:...' It adds so much.
Added by c marsh on Mar 04, 2015 7:26 AM
JBWH
James Howard
Thank you for your work on the Howards. I have been looking for ggf James for 30+years. A relative recently gave me a hand written copy of his 1900 obituary wherein it mentions his interment in Siloam, yet I could find no record on the site. While working on ggf family, namely infant Eliz Fulton Howard, I stumbled upon his shared (ggramma and Eliz) Tombstone. James was among the Talbot settlers of 1818. Could you honour him by placing the stones details on Find a Grave. Cheers and Blessing SarniaKid Blair H
Added by JBWH on Feb 14, 2015 9:06 AM
Joe Lesperance
RE: Photo request
I called the cemetery and his grave is located at Section A Row 75 B East Site 1. I spoke with Rebecca and she said she would put together a map for me and leave it at the front desk under Joe Lesperance. Thanks again.
Added by Joe Lesperance on Feb 03, 2015 8:07 AM
T. Langford
Martha Clark Burdick
Hello ... Martha was my 3rd great grandmother and I recently saw her grave at the Brick Street Cemetery in London while visiting family back home in Canada. I mentioned this to Ron Spurr another contributor on find_a_grave and he mentioned you had other information or might have on this particular person. I have been searching for the grave of her son George who may be buried near Thedford.

regards, Tamara L.
Added by T. Langford on Jan 28, 2015 8:52 AM
Joe Lesperance
RE: Photo request
Hi Angie, thank-you for your reply. The plot location was already on the memorial so I cannot say for sure how accurate it is. If not correct I could contact the office on Monday. Thanks again.
Added by Joe Lesperance on Jan 18, 2015 2:28 AM
jaynetty
RE: Mary Jane Kiely headstone photo
You are absolutely wonderful! Thank you so much!!!

Jeanette
Added by jaynetty on Jan 14, 2015 11:59 AM
jaynetty
RE: Kiely graves in St. Peter's
Hi Angie,

I got that information from the cemetery transcription I have. The map that is contained in the book does show lettered rows as you stated. So maybe it is Section A, Row E, Grave 85? The stone listed before the Kiely's is Kukurba, Sophia (no dates) and (at crest of hill) Kiely, then Walsh, Catharine (White marble 6' out of line). The Kiely stone is listed as (White Marble pyramid).

Hope this helps.

Thanks for your efforts!

Sincerely,

Jaynetty
Added by jaynetty on Jan 04, 2015 2:51 PM
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