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|This is one of many hobbies. Though working two jobs I try to hit most of the local cemeteries in the tri state area. Though at the moment I am focusing on Holy Cross in Brooklyn, I will try to help with other cemeteries and upon request transfer current memeorial to families. I am taking photos of the requested and also taking pictures of other graves as I walk around the cemetery and up loading the photo and information from the marker. I don't have access to the burials in each plot that will be up You to make the request with the respective cemeteries.|
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|U Tonjann||gravestone Woltering family|
Thanks a lot for the photos and information. I sent more information to complete yours to the find-a-grave portal.
|U Tonjann||gravestone Woltering family|
I'm looking for the grave of the Woltering family. I found information about my relatives on the website of the Catholic Cemeteries Brooklyn:
Holy Cross Cemetery Brooklyn
Joseph Woltering (* November 8, 1839, + March 14, 1911)
Date of Interment: March 17, 1911
Section: MARK | Row: O | Plot: 15 | Grave: ---
Could you take a picture of the gravestone on occasion and load it up on find a grave?
Happy New Year and all the best for 2017.
Hope you had a nice holiday! I have a question about the Simpsons - that you took photos for me... can you drop me a note (I'd have to look back through e-mails to find our correspondence). Thanks Jan (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Added by Jan A on Dec 01, 2016 8:47 PM
|seekerJay||RE: Holy Cross Cemetery - Lot: St. Charles, Range 9|
You are an absolute gem! Thank you so much. I hope you enjoyed the Thanksgiving holiday.
|Doug C||Joseph Ciarto|
Hi there. You created a memorial for Joseph Ciarto (119801343). He is buried in Holy Cross Cemetery in the same grave as my great-grandparents, James and Angelina Charder. I am trying to figure out who Joseph Ciarto is and how he is related. You gave him a year of birth of 1828.
Can you recall where you got this year from?
Added by Doug C on Nov 16, 2016 12:24 PM
|seekerJay||Holy Cross Cemetery - Lot: St. Charles, Range 9|
Hello - There are a number of persons buried within this lot, as your grave marker photo suggests. But they are not linked and the photo is only 71.74 KB so cannot be enlarged to read clearly. Do you know who is buried in this lot? I can make out Rose Marie Esposito (Odin), Salvatore's daughter, and Amalia Buonoconte (Esposito), his wife, but the others are fuzzy when I blow up the picture. Is Rose Marie's infant son, Richard, listed on the stone? I already made some of these connections tonight. http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GSln=odin&GSiman=1&GScid=64166&GRid=149961020&
I made Richard a memorial page after finding him through the cemetery search search function. http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=172799666
|The Navigator||Kunigunda Zuber|
I made the changes that you requested. If ther is anything else I can do please let me know.
Thanks for the updates,
|david fox||Mary V Fox|
Hi Mary fox on this memorial would be my 1st Cousin 3X removed , i would like to connect her to her father bernard fox also buried in holy cross , would that be ok , david Fox
|Ms. Clyde||George Kenniff|
Your memorial for George is 40968352
Just thought that I would pass this on... (my captsha isn't working right): I have sent obits to Find A Grave staff, and they have posted on to memorials that they manage AS LONG AS THERE IS A REFERENCE to where it came from (i.e., newspaper and date of publication, specific funeral home).
George M. Kenniff, 74, Sarasota, FL, died Jan. 30, 2003. He was born Nov. 8, 1928, in Brooklyn and came to Sarasota six years ago from there. He was a US Postal Service letter carrier for 30 years and was an Army veteran of the Korean War. He was a member of the Knights of Columbus, the DAV, the Catholic War Veterans and St. Patrick's Catholic Church.
Survivors include his wife of 34 years, Marie D.; daughters Kathryn J. of Brooklyn and Anne M. of Sarasota; sons Patrick S. and Terrence M., both of Brooklyn, and Andrew T. of Athol, Mass; and three grandchildren.
Visitation will be from 2-4pm and 6-8pm Saturday at Palms Funeral Home. Services will be in New York, and burial will be in Calverton National Cemetery in Long Island, NY, will be later. Palms Funeral Home is in charge.
Published in Herald Tribune on Jan. 31, 2003.
|Virginia D||Mary Boyle 171079843|
Thanks so much for the photo of her memorial and adding all the biographical info for the family members.
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