|Jenny Dené-Hotchkiss (#47344781)|
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|Family history is a passion of mine. Knowing more about our ancestors and then locating their graves helps complete the story of one's life. For the last 15 years I have researched my own family history. I truly appreciate the service and time of strangers that have photographed my ancestors graves, homes and shared personal photos. In return, I have chosen to help others in their own pursuits of information especially with locating graves of loved ones. Cemeteries are exquisite places full of love and sorrow. As I photograph graves for others, I feel more closely connected to humanity.|
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|Mary Barbara Walters||Thomas Nicholson|
My great great grand parents are buried in the Waringston Churchyard but were not listed in the interments I looked at on my computer.
Robert Nicholson Magurran who lived in Lurgan went to the church a number of years go and was told that Thomas Nicholson/Nickelson and his wife Jane Kirk were buried there in 1891.
Do you or would you have any knowledge of this?
Barbara Murdock Walters
Hello! Are you a family member for the Harty's in this cemetery near Mallow? I have family members in or near Mallow. I visited in 1968, my cousin, Dan Harty, took us to the cemetery, I took pictures, it was an old grave yard that was overgrown and had an old church. Would you know if it is that grave yard in Newberry/Kilshannig, near Mallow if you saw a photo? We visited cousins there and I think these people buried here are part of my Grandmom's family. I regret not writing the names on the photos or where the cemetery was located but we are in our outfits that we wore to Mallow (Carrigcleena Beg, Ahadallane, Gashaboy?, we stayed in a hotel in Mallow. I hope you can help. Are family members still in the area? Was Jeremiah buried in a different cemetery? Thanks. Patty
Added by PatL on Jan 25, 2016 7:37 AM
|John Mathers Caspole Jr||Benjamin Walker and wife Ann|
They are my 3rd GG. My father and I are traveling in April to do some research in N ireland DownCounty. Are you a relative? Where are you? can you offer any insights???
|Dennis York||Tombstone Photos|
Thank you for your kindness to copy and use your tombstone photos. Will post used by permission of you. I am not able to travel to these locations like I once did.
Thanks Dennis York
|CorkGal||Find A Grave Memorial# 147627898|
Thank you for transcribing our family grave down in Cork, very helpful and much appreciated.
Added by CorkGal on Oct 11, 2015 2:02 PM
|D Watson||Shankill Graveyard|
Thanks so much for all the work you have done at the Shankill Graveyard. I am done with my edits for now, but will keep searching for more information on these Watsons. Francis Watson was the brother of my ancestor William Watson who moved from Lurgan to NYC in the 1830s.
Added by D Watson on Oct 02, 2015 7:59 AM
|David Michael Joseph O Brien||Matehy|
I Noticed you added the record of the Ambrose family in Matehy Graveyard, Co.Cork.
My grandmother Kit Cogan was the woman who erected this headstone in memory of her parents, siblings, uncles and aunt. Just wondering do you have any affiliation with the family? or did anyone ask you to add this to the database? You see My grandmother only has one first cousin, William's son, so I was wondering if you are any way related?
|Greg Connolly||Patrick McGlinchey|
Hi Jenny, Thank you so much for what you do. I have been doing my family's genealogy and my wife's. It has been difficult to find some dates or graves in the UK.I am trying to locate my 2nd Great Grandfather Patrick McGlinchey and his wife Ellen. Patrick was born about 1819 and died around 1914? Ellen was born about 1836 and died 1915? His father Peader was (B 1772-D 1860). His father was Owen Rudah and he was (B 1734-D 1820) His father was Owen Roe (B 1695-D 1780 ) and his father was Padriag (B 1650- D1750). They were all buried in Kilteevoge and wondered if you had come across any of them.Would love any info or how I can go about finding more on these great grandfathers. My email is firstname.lastname@example.org Thank you in advance. Best, Greg Connolly
|liz frias||thank you|
I trumbled upon this website, and I see you uploaded/took a pic of my son's gravesite. Thank you for catching it when we had just given him some love. My heart swells, knowing that other can see he was a beautiful child that is sorely missed.
Thank you again:-)
(Mateo Izek Frias' mom :-)