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So Little Time (#47228344)
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Bio Photo I've always been interested in my family genealogy since the 1980's. So many unknowns, so little time......

Currently I'm working on the following families:

Loughrey, Loughery, Manning, McDevitt, McGahey, McGaughey, McPake, McPeck, McPeak, Carroll, Riddle, Curran, McCullough, Cassidy, Glackin, Glacken, Hetrick, Rittenhouse, Burtz, Bass, Winger, Newman, Neuman, Nasello, Seminara, Sheridan, D'Angelico, Tomasco to name a few.

Posted Photos are for your PERSONAL USE ONLY & are NOT TO BE USED without written permission of the owner. More than happy to make additions & corrections to memorials & if you find a duplicate on a memorial I created, please hit the EDIT button & choose the appropriate link, then send a message. Please follow the rules listed on this web site.

This site can be a lot of fun. I've found you don't really know your relatives until you start digging. You just never know what surprises you'll find!

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Mark Utley
RE: James Bradley
Photo now posted.

Thanks, Mark
Added by Mark Utley on Jul 22, 2015 9:06 PM
Theresa O
Now it's my turn to read your bio and I noticed you are researching Loughrey's. Are they from Philly as well? My girlfrien's maiden name was Loughrey and her dad (he passed away a few years ago) was Jack Loughrey. He grew up in the Port Richmond section of Philadelphia. Any connection?
Added by Theresa O on Jul 16, 2015 10:07 PM
Theresa O
RE: John Angier
You are welcome! I have just heard from a relative of my husband's Sheridan family after he found me on Find A Grave. So far, I don't know of a Robert Francis, but I will keep it in mind in case he shows up. Thanks again!
Added by Theresa O on Jul 16, 2015 10:04 PM
RE: Lillian Stewart & daughters
We just returned from a visit to Royal Palm Cemetery - and guess who we found!?! Teresa!
I was dusting off the "girls" markers when I glanced to my right and saw Rhodes marker. Teresa and her husband - Jarrett - are resting to the right of Edna. So, the picture I posted of the graves had Teresa in it too - without us knowing it.
I was SO excited. I honestly had tears. So glad to be able to find these for you and Becky. I'll post the photos shortly.
Added by Ancestry/searcher on Jun 27, 2015 9:30 AM
RE: Lillian Stewart & daughters
Hi Linda,
Added by Ancestry/searcher on Jun 27, 2015 9:27 AM
RE: Lillian Stewart & daughters
Even though we've only been doing photo requests for 5 months, we've come upon a few requests/fulfillments that have touched our hearts - and this is one of them.
I sent some ideas to Becky for further searching.
My husband and myself are going to the St. Petersburg History Museum this morning to see if there's anything of the accident on file there. Where it was such a tragedy, I think there may be some information.
We'll check into other sources in St. Pete too.
Hopefully something will turn up.
I'll keep you posted.
Added by Ancestry/searcher on Jun 26, 2015 6:34 AM
RE: Lillian Stewart & daughters
Also, we posted 2 photos of each grave - hopefully those came through as well. I do wish, however, that I had posted them in a different order - with the granite marker first. They are all there, though.

Paula and Doug

Added by Ancestry/searcher on Jun 23, 2015 10:43 AM
RE: Lillian Stewart & daughters
You are very welcome. We had a difficult time locating the graves. The workers at Royal Palm were very helpful - and located all 4 graves for us. Such a tragedy. If there are any more photos of the grave sites that you would like, please let us know. We frequent the cemetery and would be more then happy to take additional photos of the area.

Paula and Doug
Added by Ancestry/searcher on Jun 23, 2015 10:40 AM
RE: Margaret Coyle
Hi Linda,
I got the name John Dailey as Annabella's first husband on my great grandmother's (Annie Coyle McLaughlin's) death certificate. It could be wrong, but so far that is all I have to go by. So difficult to make sense out of these families!

I believe Mary Dailey (married to William Shields) was Annabella Coyle's daughter (from second marriage to John Dailey).

Sophia M Coyle was Annabella's sister. She was married to William Coyle (I believe) and was widowed by 1900. They had at least one daughter, Margaret (who may have married a Tuohy).

I believe George Cooney was married to Annabella's sister: Jennie (Jane) Coyle. I believe Annabella had 2 more sisters: Mary and Catherine (Kate). Since their names are so common, I haven't found if they ever married or if they died young/unmarried.

Annabella had another daughter, Jennie who married John Sykes and lived in AC, NJ. Annabella also had three sons with John Dailey: John J, Raymond, and William.

Please let me know if you notice any mistakes in my information. I hope this helps!

Do you know where Annabella is buried? Deanne
Added by dmsd on Jun 07, 2015 7:38 PM
RE: Margaret Coyle
Hi Linda,
I believe she was the mother of Annabella Coyle(later Daley). Annabella's parents were Dominick and Margaret Coyle. Dominick died in 1881 and is buried in New Cathedral Cemetery. On, I found burial listings for New Cathedral Cemetery. There was a Mag. Coyle buried in April 1882 in the same section, row, and number as Dominick. I deduced it is Dominick's wife. I can't find any evidence of her being alive after 1882. Three of Dominick's and Marg's daugters and their families are living together in 1900 without their parents, so I'm assuming their mother has passed by then. Annabella Coyle is my g-great grandmother (From her first marriage to John Coyle?). Coyles marrying Coyles does not make research easy! She later married a John Daley. I have no idea where Annabella died and was buried. I've heard she passed 1918-1919, but can't find her death/burial records in Pennsylvania or Philadelphia. I wonder if she passed in AC, NJ. I believe her daughter and some nieces ended up there and were living there by 1918. Do you know where Annabella Coyle (Daley)is buried? Are you an ancestor of Annabella Coyle too? Kind Regards, Deanne
Added by dmsd on Jun 07, 2015 6:12 PM
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