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Tom Galliher (#46509857)
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Bio Photo Retired Navy Senior Chief Petty Officer in Upstate NY. Married with 3 grown sons. Enjoy researching and documenting family history. This site is a great tool to share info.
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Cynthia Kaley
Question
There is no month for Michael Gallihers birth. Do you have any record of it so I can add it

Thanks cousin

Cindy
Added by Cynthia Kaley on Jan 12, 2013 3:27 PM
Karen
Galliher
Hi Tom,
you put a flower for Howard Arthur Galliher that is on Find A Grave 14865959 Riverside in Grant County,Indiana. That is wrong. He was buried in Riverside Cemetery in Randolph County,Indiana Here is his memorial Find A Grave Memorial# 71242074. The person that added him to Grant County was wrong. I thought I would let you know the right place of burial for him.
Karen
Added by Karen on Jan 10, 2013 6:22 PM
Grave Finder
Thank you
Thank you for your service to our Country and for protecting us all. God Bless.
Added by Grave Finder on Nov 11, 2011 10:35 PM
shelagh
Other Barrys
Hi Tom. Its your first cousin Shelagh Manning here. Just wondering if you know when Uncle Frank died and where he is buried or where Uncle Bill is buried. I find Frank registered for the WW2 draft (!)at age 51 under the name Michael Joseph Barry and listing Nana as his contact person. Then he just disappears. I don't remember him, so I assume he died sometime before we were born (you and I are both born in 1956, I think.) I have been diligently digging into records at the New York Times, Bridgeport Telegram, and Ancestry.com and YIKES. They didn't tell us kiddies the gory details. I'm not sure my dad even knew some of this stuff. Anyway, I maintain a public member tree at Ancestry.com under Manning/Askem family tree. You are welcome to check it out. I'm heading to Maine for a week on Sunday (9/12) for a long-awaited breath of sea air (Sea Fever is a family malady) but would love to hear from you when I get back (9/18). Hope all is well and that your Mom is feeling better. Shelagh
Added by shelagh on Sep 10, 2010 7:23 AM
Nadia Zahroon
Thank you
Thank you for the lovely message. They are truly appricaited.
Added by Nadia Zahroon on Mar 19, 2009 7:52 PM
Cynthia Kaley
Michael Galliher
Thank you Tom that would be very nice.

Have a safe and Happy Holiday

Cindy
Added by Cynthia Kaley on Nov 30, 2008 4:14 PM
Cynthia Kaley
Michael Galliher
Thank you Tom that would be very nice.

Have a safe and Happy Holiday

Cindy
Added by Cynthia Kaley on Nov 30, 2008 4:12 PM
In Memory of my Granny Ruth
Henk update
Hello Tom,

I don't know if you have heard that Henk is in the hospital. I know many folks have been wondering about him since his emails stopped arriving. Please share the info with any of his other friends you may know. I also have an address if anyone would like to send a card.
Have a nice day,
Ruth
Added by In Memory of my Granny R... on Nov 20, 2008 12:31 PM
Cynthia Kaley
Michael Galliher
Tom

you might want to add the fact that he became a citizen in Oct 1875 6 years before Margater was born. I was looking through the family records and found it

Cindy

Added by Cynthia Kaley on Aug 30, 2008 12:15 PM
Karla Tschannen
THANK YOU
Dearest Tom~ I wanted to tell you how much I appreciated your token and kind words left for my dear father-in-law today, thanks so much!

Hugs~
Karla
Added by Karla Tschannen on Aug 14, 2008 7:32 PM
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