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My family research started in 1980. I enjoy helping others in their family research.|
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"
Search for lost family photos on Deadfred.com
Be sure to visit the online memorials below:
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.
For genealogy purposes.
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|Henry Marsh||RE: Mary Caserta|
The dates on records
are very close.
Burial/death dates are often confused.
|Irish Michael||Heaney/James grave in Calvary|
Here is the Heaney/James group cemetery.
Can you please attach your photo to the 3 graves.
|Irish Michael||Carraher/Jamison grave|
Here is all the Carraher/Jamison graves grouped together. Can you please attach your photo to these 7 graves.
Thanks for all your hard work taking the photos today!
|Irish Michael||RE: Carreher|
Please add photos to any of the graves. Thanks.
|Mary Fee Spacher||RE: Fee|
The Mausoleum is a very large one with about 20 people in it. It has the name "O'Donahue" (and possibly "ODonohue/ Ferrer") on it and the lady at the office said she thinks it is across from 6B where sec 6 meets sec 2.
|Mary Fee Spacher||RE: Fee|
Jim, Any possibility you might get to the Ferrer Mausoleum now that it's spring? Mary
|Denis Xenos||Spiro Xenos|
Thank you for the transfer. It is much appreciated.
|KEN BROWN||Staten Island Farm Colony|
My great grand uncle Thomas McCullough was admitted to the Farm Colony in 1916.
I noticed that the description of the cemetery indicates that the last burial was about 1905.
I have the feeling that Thomas never made it out of The Colony. I am guessing that he died about 1917. He is not in the 1920 census. There is a Thomas McCullough who died in Richmond County in 1917, but the age is at least 6 years off.
From what you know, could there have been
burials after 1905 ?
Are there any records available that you think could help me ?
I would appreciate your help.
Hope to hear from you soon.
Hey Jim - still alive. Hoping you are as well :)
Added by ronzoni on Mar 10, 2014 11:51 AM
|NoreenP||howard and lucy reed|
I uploaded a picture for howard. I will upload one for lucy and ask that they be linked. have a great day.
Added by NoreenP on Mar 08, 2014 8:45 AM
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