|Ray Markey (#46861543)|
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|Donna Di Giacomo||RE: Thomas Markey|
I didn't use a service for the death notice. I went to the local library and actually made a copy of the page for another death notice and decided to put the other notices online, Thomas's, of course, being one of them.
Hopefully, the info was helpful to you.
|Donna Di Giacomo||Thomas Markey|
I'm not related, but I thought you'd like to have your ancestor's death notice information.
Public Ledger – Philadelphia; Monday morning, March 19, 1866, Page 2:
"MARKEY – Suddenly, on the 15th inst., THOMAS MARKEY, aged 50 years. The relatives and friends of the family are respectfully invited to attend the funeral from his late residence, Factory street, between Twenty-fourth and Twenty-fifth, and Spruce and Pine, on Wednesday, at 1 o'clock. Services at St. Patrick's Church. Interment at St. Michael's."
ray, did you ever find out what year your relative emigrated to the us from ireland? I know mine came in 1842-1845, have yet to figure what vessel he arrived on
|Mike Bell||st michaels|
did not get to go in july, but will be up in april, will take some photos
|Mike Bell||st michaels church|
ray, come july, i will be up for a weeks visit, and at that time, i am gonna take a trip to st michaels, and like i have done here in north charleston, i am gonna walk thru that cemetery, and photograph every legible headstone i see, digital cameras are great, can take over a thousand photos, so i am gonna do this in july, then post all the pics on the st michaels page on f.a.g.