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New York Historian (#46594029)
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My family research started in 1980.

In August 2007, I founded the Angel Babies Memorial Project. The mission of this project is to discover and record the gravesites of infants and children who died in New York City and other states between 1798 - 1948 and link them genealogically to their families.
Every memorial serves as a tribute to a youngster who died much too soon. They all deserve to be remembered and honored, and given a sense of dignity and love in death that may have been denied to them in life. By doing so, they will not be forgotten.


"Preserving the past and present for the future"


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Be sure to visit the online memorials below:



James Jackson (1771 - 1899)”
Interred at Washington Square Park “Old Potter Field


Millie Taylor Jefferson (1887 – 1894)" (NEW)
Household Servant to President Thomas Jefferson

James Cook (1758-1798)
First person documented on microfische at the New York City Municipal Archives.

Billy Three Claws (1878-1899)

Elizabeth Jennings (1830-1901)
"The Rosa Parks of Manhattan"

Annie Moore - Schayer (1850-1924)
Annie Moore was the first person processed through Ellis Island on January 1, 1892.

Second African Burial Ground
Partial interment list as of May 19, 2011

Windsor Hotel Fire Victims – March 1899



New York City Cemetery List





I am researching the following surnames: Murray, Cuddy, Purcell, Lyons, Hourihan, Crowley, Haley, Coons, Ginty & Twiggs families of New York, Boston, Mass., New Brunswick, Canada, County Mayo, Town of Ballina, County Kilkenny, County Kerry & County Limerick, Ireland.



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Valerie Neal
Calvary Cemetery
The children you have listed at Calvary with the Surname Craig, do you happen to know the location of their plots? My Grandmother was a Craig and many of her family members are buried there. Just curious to see if there is a connection

Valerie
Added by Valerie Neal on Apr 28, 2015 10:14 AM
Valerie Neal
Photo request
Arcangela Poveromo. Holy Cross. I have also posted section on her memorial page. Section St. George range 4 grave 108
Added by Valerie Neal on Apr 28, 2015 7:42 AM
Anonymous
Re James Ryan
Hi NY HIstorian,
I saw your concern regarding James's Plot. It appears the the EG is the grave number but what it is the Plot has 2 or more grave associated with the said plot and James is buried in the East Grave of Plot 40. Thanks for the looking out.
All the best.
Added by Anonymous on Apr 28, 2015 6:29 AM
aflick174
RE: Harold F. Wilson - St. John Cemetery
Yes, he married my great grand aunt Margaret Johnson. I do not know that side of my family, aside from what I have been able to discover on my own. I suspected he was buried at St John's, but I wasn't sure, so, thank you! Are you related?
Added by aflick174 on Apr 25, 2015 10:46 AM
Karen M.
RE: Guiseppe DiPrima (1914 - 1915)
Thank you so much,I really appreciate it all and the hard work you do taking these pictures. I think it is amazing of you to take the Angel Babies pictures,That is awesome!!! I have one from my Aunt she passed away few years ago and told me she had a baby at St.Raymonds Cemetery and didn't recall the date just the year he was born and lived 2 or 3 days old,abt 1958-1960. Still waiting for the lady to call me back and let me know if she found him in her records there.
Added by Karen M. on Apr 24, 2015 10:12 PM
meridith supernault
rhoda (Chapman) Mcfarland
thank you for getting back to me . can you tell me who you were helping -with this family .rhoda was youngest of childern and i been tracing all them (CHAPMAN).
i asked about were you got your info because of different birth year . i also got my info from her death cert and burial transfer record . but her birth year from all censes it changes with each year ( 1850-1880 censes - closes i gotten it to is July but 1845-7).

any help is great appreciated .
meridith
Added by meridith supernault on Apr 24, 2015 12:40 PM
Eric Baker
Asbury Harpending Jr. Grave at Calvary Cemetery
Thanks so for your research and photographs. Asbury Harpending Jr. was an important figure in the history of the American West. Fate brought him to be buried in New York. There is a good article about him on Wikipedia.com.

Eric Baker
Added by Eric Baker on Apr 24, 2015 10:16 AM
Karen M.
RE: Guiseppe DiPrima (1914 - 1915)
Thank you so much for going out and trying to take the picture. I did call them today and the lady said she would have them put one on some time tomorrow for you. Could you take a picture of the surrounding area near his plot if you have time that is... Thx again for going for me. Karen M.
Added by Karen M. on Apr 23, 2015 7:51 PM
meridith supernault
rhoda (Chapman) Mcfarland
i came acrossed your post of her in Broadalbin -mayfield cemetery . this is my Gr.Gr.Grandmother ,i had already posted it on find a grave ,then saw you posted it. the cemetery has no record of were she and her husband Nathanial are burried ,they statedd records were burnt .
i have copies of there burial transfer records ,from when they came from Brooklyn were they passed.

my question is were you got there info ? also her birth year is incorrect.

meridith S
Added by meridith supernault on Apr 23, 2015 3:00 PM
SMPowell
Alleta Wildrick
Thank you for the quick response anf for transferring her to my care. I look forward to linking her to the rest of her family, she is no longer alone.
Sharon
Added by SMPowell on Apr 18, 2015 7:40 PM
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