|Helaine M. Larina (#46491470)|
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I have always loved cemeteries ever since I was a little girl. Where ever I go I try to find a cemetery to visit. I guess all the people on this site feel the same way, that's why here I am not so unusual. Now that I am married I have to try to get my husband to join me but I have not been so successful, I guess I will have to keep trying|
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|AlbqFirefly||RE: John J Young|
No worries! ; )
|Justin and Kaylen||Zamenhof|
Cxu vi estas Esperantisto?
|Norine Nagle||St. Monica's|
I would like to add my thank you for the St. Monica's pictures. My dad told me his gparents were there, but he had no idea where it was located.
|Ken Ryesky||Arthur Isaac [Find A Grave 16907751]|
The reason I uploaded my photo of the gravestone is because your photo cuts off the decedent's Hebrew name [Avraham Chaim ben R' Shimon].
Otherwise, yours is actually a better photograph.
|Ben Meyerson||Alexander Olshanetsky|
Can you help me with the genealogy on Alexander Olshanetsky? he is my great x2 uncle
|Errete||RE: Marco Avellaneda|
It's good Helaina. No problem
Added by Errete on Jun 29, 2013 5:07 PM
|Kina Freeland Bryant||RE: Margret levee|
O'k one more question! Tony shows a death date of 12/23/1960 and that a Robert owns the plot, is this correct. I'm going to assume it is, and have Tony to give me the location. I will go back tomorrow, try to find it and take the picture. O'k
|Kina Freeland Bryant||Margret levee|
Hello im trying to locate tnis grave for you. If you could tel me amything about her, it would help. Was her husbands name robert. Tony at the smp was asking, he is the gentleman thats helping me.
I send to you a biography of Marco Manuel Avellaneda. I beg you please correct the bio that you wrote in his Find A Grave Memorial.
Born in Catamarca, Argentina on June 18, 1813 and died in Metán, Salta, Argentina, on October 3, 1841.
"Governor of the province of Tucumán. He was defeated in the battle of Quebracho Herrado, persecuted, beheaded in Metan and his head was displayed on a pike in the Plaza Independencia, in Tucumán. Only his head was recovered by Mrs. Fortunata García de García, who buried it on secret in the Convent of San Francisco in Tucumán. Years later was buried in Recoleta Cemetery in his vault that contains an sculpture by the sculptor Biggi. He was the father of President Nicolás Avellaneda."
Added by Errete on Jun 13, 2013 8:35 AM
|Bronx Cop||St. Monica|
Thank you for the work you did on St. Monica Cemetery in Jamaica. I passed it on the LIRR today. They appear to be doing some work on the cemetery. I'm working on Old St. Raymond's Cemetery in the Bronx. I appreciate your effort.
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