|Albert Ledoux (#46511171)|
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I will keep looking for her, but haven't found her yet. It seems she might have passed around August 1889, by husband's obit.
Martin's obit listing wife passed away 12 years ago last month (obit says) plus daughter Mary is listed as still alive in 1901. Daughter Annie is not listed so maybe she passed before father?
September 9, 1901
At 4:35 o'clock Saturday morning Marin Ronan, an old and respected resident, died at his home, 2222 Eleventh avenue, of diseases incident to old age. Deceased was born in Mayo county, Ireland, June 22, 1822. In 1851 with his wife he came to America and settled in this city and was employed by the Pennsylvania Railroad company until a year ago when he was placed on the retired list. He was a member of St. John's Catholic church and was much esteemed by a large circle of friends. He was married April 25, 1847 to Bridget Mullen who preceded him to the grave twelve years ago last month. He is survived by these children: William and Michael Ronan, Pennsylvania railroad engineers, and Mary and Bridget. The funeral will take place this morning, leaving his late home at 8:30 o'clock and proceeding to St. John's church where requiem high mass will be celebrated. Interment will be made in St.John's cemetery.
|cataholic4ever||RE: Martin and Bridget Ronan|
I will keep looking into the family. So, far I checked sons, Michael & William's obits, and neither say parents survive them. Sometimes you can get lucky and they might say in a child's obit when the parents died or get some type of info at least. But, no luck yet.
|cataholic4ever||RE: Martin and Bridget Ronan|
I will try to look for something this week if I can. This week has been very long lol.
|T B||RE: Richard & Eliza Rowan|
Dear Father Albert Ledoux,
Sorry about the edit request. Even though I have been a member for 2 years I have not done edit request since when I first joined. I spent awhile trying to figure out how to do them. After several I think I have it figured out now. A lot of my husband ancestors are buried in St. John's cemetery. The pictures I took 19 years ago were not a good quality so I appreciate you photographing the cemetery now.
Added by T B on Nov 22, 2015 7:16 PM
|T B||Richard & Eliza Rowan|
Richard Rowan Find A Grave Memorial# 151876448
Eliza Lanaghan Rowan Find A Grave Memorial# 151876495
Thank you for making the memorial for Richard Rowan. I am wondering where you got his children's names of Martin, Bridget, Annie and Mary?
Richard Rowan and Elizabeth Lanaghan Rowan are my husbands great great grandparents. He and his wife are buried in Saint John's cemetery. They had 10 children - John P., Richard, James Joseph, Anne Estella, Mary Alice (my husbands great grandmother who is buried in Calvary cemetery in Pittsburgh, PA), Margaret R., William P, Ellen, Peter Francis & Elizabeth Joan. It seems like him and his wife are correct but the kids do not fit unless they had another 4 that I am unaware of. The tombstone pictures are very hard to read are you sure they are their children? If so I guess I need to dig a little further into the family.
Could you please link their daughter Mary Alice Rowan Gilmartin to them? Find A Grave Memorial# 116565486
Thank you for all you do.
Added by T B on Nov 22, 2015 4:29 PM
|T B||RE: Br. Aloysius Gilmartin|
Thank You !!
Added by T B on Nov 22, 2015 3:51 PM
|T B||Br. Aloysius Gilmartin|
Thomas Gilmartin AKA: Brother Aloysius
Find A Grave memorial # 42143377
Could you please link him to his parents?
Michael Gilmartin II - Find A Grave Memorial # 123036223
Honora (Kelly) Gilmartin - Find A Grave Memorial # 123036332
Thank you for all you do!
Added by T B on Nov 20, 2015 2:23 PM
|Barbara Muir||RE: Re your Photos on Find A Grave|
Many thanks for sharing. You help to keep memories alive. Kind Regards, Barb
|Barbara Muir||Re your Photos on Find A Grave|
Hello Albert, Many thanks for your work in recording Cemetery & Grave Marker photos on the Find a Grave Website. I wonder if your photos are copyright or am I allowed to add them to my family tree on Ancestry.com. I will give you the photo credit eg Photo Credit: Thanks to Albert Ledoux..Find a Grave Website, Memorial no .. photo used with permission. I wish to use your photo of the Fairview Cemetery Sign which is attached to several distant members of my family tree, that do not have a photo of their grave marker/headstone. These include Find A Grave#8274655 for Kohath ANTHONY 1842-1921 & his wife Maria P ANTHONY nee TENNANT 1945-1899 Find A Grave#90573141 Regards, Barb Muir from Victoria, Australia
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