RE: Thomas, Margaret and Josephine Bergin Vabloom, it was a pleasure, all the more because the Bergin's headstone exists (actually, there are two, while most of the graves I photograph have no headstone)and because it is a beautiful work of art. Thanks for your words.
RE: Thomas, Margaret and Josephine Bergin Oh, please don't miss Timothy because I also visited and photographed his resting place and headsote! I learned about it from the "hidden" note you wrote for Thomas' family. And, by the way, I found that you also created separate records for Margaret (wife) and Joshephine (daughter) so I copied some of the pics for their memorials. And just a final note: You wrote that Josephine was born and died in 1901 but the year carved on the headstone for Josephine is 1910. If the headstone is correct, it will be very easy for you to edit your data.
RE: Thomas, Margaret and Josephine Bergin Hi. It happens that I was still writing the captions while you wrote me your beautiful message. May I suggest that you visit again the photos in case you lost any of my lastest notes? It was a pleasure, believe me. And this particular graves of your family have been the most rewarding of all because most of the times there are no headstones, which makes my work much harder by marking a few graves within the plot and range just to have an idea where the grave I am looking for is located. One additional pleasure was that the headstones are beautiful and in perfect shape. I am glad.
I will try to find the graves for Thomas, wife and daughter, and for Timothy. I hope the graves have headstones because all my latest researchs have been very difficult because there was no headstone for any of them. As for Thomas, there might be an additional problem, which is that there is no grave number. Nonetheless, I will do my best.
Frederick Brunneman I believe that your memorial entry #115355293 for Frederick Brunneman is in error. The burial index card attached to the memorial indicates that he is buried in the MT Grove Cemetery in Bridgeport.
The Christopher Avery Cemetery is an ancient cemetery. I do not think there have been any burials there since the mid 19th century.
Ford family I believe it is very likely that my husband's g-g-grandfather John Ford is closely related to this family but have been unable to make a connection. He & Jared P Ford started the first Methodist Church in Decatur Co IND, and I've amassed a lot of information on them that points in a certain way and still.... If anyone would like to exchange info I'd be delighted.