RE: Virginia Marazzo You're welcome Adam. I also added a photo of Virginia from her obit too. I'm off to take some more photos today at Fairview. My father is buried there, which is why I visit so often so I'll be grabbing up more headstone photos to include.
I will be taking some up in Lundy's Lane Cemetery when the weather gets better. I have several relatives and friends buried there as well. I am sort of the caretaker for the grave sites as family members do not have time to tend to them.
So you should find more photo uploads to add to memorials you've included in Fairview. I'll get as many as I can. I realize it's helpful for loved ones to actually see grave sites, so I know how important it is to have the photos.
Max Mort Rogers Adam: If you have no problem with it, I'd love to take over the Mort Rogers site. I know where he is buried and just about everything concerning his amateur baseball days in Brooklyn and here in Massachusetts, and his family. The NA umpiring duties are about 10% of his baseball life.
St Joseph Cemetery-Frank Lobrillo Hi Adam-On your page for Frank Lobrillo you have his date of death as Nov 8, 1937. Are you sure it isn't Nov 8, 1967? I find a Frank Lobrillo at St Joseph's who was interred on Nov 11, 1967 at the age of 80 and an obit from the Chicago Tribune on Nov 9, 1967 which matches most of the children you have listed in the bio on your page. That Frank Lobrillo is buried in Section AA, Block 1, Lot 209....Mary
RE: Theodore H. Bomeisler Dave's the best, I'll check his book, which I have but didn't think to look in for THB items. Ten of his 23 games involved the Red Stockings, a team I'm doing work on, and the reason I was drawn to his story. Nine were NY Mutual games. Thanks.