I do transfers under Findagrave guidelines. If you are not familiar with the guidelines please look them up. I am not likely to make a transfer without specifics that fall in those guidelines--in keeping with a system of fairness.
May I request the following Ten Memorials to be Transfer over to me?
Alban Carroll #138625273 George Clay #8460875 Vincent Fodor #138625927 Mario Hancock #138626984 Stephen Hanley #138624981 Pius MacIsaac #138625064 Owen Murphy #138625227 Edmund Sheridan #138625416 Denis Sennett #138626790 Joseph Marie #138625567
Thank you for all your efforts that went into creating these Memorials....Happily, your name will continue as the creator!
Please add BIO for Rev Medic and change Cemetery to correct cemetery "Holy Sepulchre Cemetery" in Cook Co, IL ... Thanks
Rev Leon Medic OFM (Josip Medic)
Josip was born on October 3, 1873 in Katel Novi (Splitsko-Dalmatinska), Croatia. As a child, he lived at the Franciscan Friary in Dubrovnik. He entered the Franciscan Order on February 1, 1891, and received the name of Leon. His entire education was attained in his Franciscan Province of Saint Jerome. He was ordained on August 22, 1897 in Dubrovnik. After his ordination he served as military spiritual director in Kotor for the Croatian soldiers and also served at his province.
Fr Leon came to the United States in May of 1912 and he founded a number of Croatian parishes: St Jerome in Chicago (1912), Mother of God in Lackawana NY (1915) and St Anthony in Sharon (1924). He served as pastor at several Croatian parishes: in New York, Steelton, Saint Louis, Milwaukee, Ambridge and Chicago (St Jerome). He died in Chicago on November 22, 1951 at the age of 79. He is buried at Holy Sepulchre Cemetery in Chicago.