|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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|wwy||RE: Pugh memorial #101691663|
Thank you so much! I've connected father and son now.
Added by wwy on Aug 21, 2016 4:56 PM
|kathleen dever||grandparents' headstone|
my sister recently visited the cemetery next to Christ the King church in Knocknagree.She took a picture of a headstone for Kathleen and Denis Kelleher who died in 1928. I wondered when and who had this headstone put there -we had been told our grandparents were buried there but there was no headstone.When I and other members visited Knocknagree, we did not see this headstone.
Do you have any information on this?
|Brandi Morgan||Grubbs at Cedar Springs Cemetary|
I was just wondering if you happen to have noted if the graves of Benny Grubb (128125377), Emma Grubb (128125492) and Watty Grubb (128125169) were near the graves of John (127899289) and Jane (128672598) Grubb? They have 4 children who died prior to 1900 and I suspect these are 3 of them. (the fourth is Julia who has her parents noted on her marker).
Looking at your overall pictures of the cemetery it looks like that gravel(?) area may be all part of one plot, but I wasn't sure. Thanks in advance.
|Ann Parkinson||Charles Broward|
You are right! My apologies! I don't know what my eyes saw, but you are definitely the originator. Please copy the info from my memorial, update your page and let me know when you are complete. I will then delete mine. He was a cousin of mine from FL. Thanks for all you do for Find A Grave!
|firstname.lastname@example.org||RE: Dalton Grave in Southview Cemetery|
Thank you so much for getting back to me. Please let me know if you find the original information. The cemetery office in North Adams was not much help, but at least I now know the probable location of where the baby was buried. I wondered when your family members were in North Adams. My Daltons came there in 1893 and a few were there until the 1970s. My mother graduated from Drury High School in 1929. My siblings and I did not grow up there, just visited. Thanks again for the memorial and for trying to help me.
|John Tyner||Killowen Graveyard Bandon, Cork|
thankyou for transcribing the Goods in Killowen, they are my family from little silver. i hope to visit the graveyard sometime soon to see my great grandfather and his parents thomas good(1796-1859) and margaret shorten(1803-1864)
keep up the great work.
John in wicklow, ireland
|email@example.com||Southview Cemetery Memorial North Adams, MA|
I saw today that you had added a memorial for "Infant Daughter" Dalton in Southview Cemetery in North Adams, MA. It is Memorial# 142717375. First, I wondered if you were any relation to this child and second, I wanted to thank you for doing this. This precious infant was the daughter of my great Uncle Richard and his wife Mary Ellen. Richard's brother, John Dalton, was my great Grandpa John and he and his wife, Emily (my namesake) are also buried in Southview. If you are interested in turning this memorial over to me, that would be wonderful. If not, that is fine. I am going to North Adams in a few weeks and will definitely visit Southview where many, many family members are buried there including my grandparents and parents. I plan to look for this child's grave and take a photo for Richard and Ellen's descendants.
Hey there....just saw all the work that you did...great job...will help so many families tracing their roots
when I am there this summer I will try to capture as many photos as possible to add to Findagrave
Added by Drishane on Jun 07, 2016 9:40 AM
|KOGold||Memorial 155849837 - Old Kilcorney|
Hi Jenny -- thanks for all the work you've done on this cemetery. For this particular memorial - which is very hard to read -- I think Cornelius Sullivan is an ancestor of mine and he lived in Kilmacurrane. The other person buried there in addition to his wife would be Ellen Sullivan O'Connor (memorial # 129605090). I know it's well faded, but if you ever are there again, could you see if this information matches what's left of the stone? If you could take a photo, it would be greatly appreciated. Kristin
Added by KOGold on Jun 02, 2016 7:48 AM
Thank you for adding the information. My source is a collection called Casey's Genealogy...very minuscule print. Was collected between the 1950's to 1970's.
There will be a mass celebrating the dedication of a chapel in August, I will be in Ballyvourney in August so if you happen to be in the area would be wonderful to see you.
Added by Drishane on Apr 18, 2016 3:16 PM
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