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Joseph Smith (#46952329)
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Irish and Italian project for Mount Saint Cemetery in Kansas City, Missouri. I am posting links to all my relations.
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Although this memorial #57912285 for Catherine O'Sullivan Cunningham does properly identify her parents as Patrick O'Sullivan and Mary Mullane O'Sullivan, I do not believe that Patrick or Mary ever ventured to the US. You also have a Daniel O'Sulivan (#57952732) as Catherine's brother but I can find no record of any link to Catherine and other trees from direct O'Sullivan descendants do not have Daniel in the line.

If you have records of Patrick or Mary buried at Saint Mary's or the relationship of Daniel to Catherine, I would very much like to look at them.

53888603 Patrick O'Sullivan
53888613 Mary Mullane O'Sullivan

Thanks you so very much for your time.
Added by AtheaBound on Feb 23, 2015 8:51 AM
Debra A. Felger
William Nuzum
I made your changes, but after I checked my family tree I found that both the 1870 and 1880 censuses list him as born about 1830 and in Virginia. What information do you have that changes this?

Added by Debra A. Felger on Feb 12, 2015 8:38 AM
Mary Ann Thornburg //Beeson
linked to Benjamin Beeson, Gunnison Cemetery, Gunnison,Gunnison Co., Colorado.

I'm a retired Western History librarian in Gunnison, and historian here since about 1975. While my team of volunteers indexed the first 5 years of our local papers, 1880-1885, I became interested in finding out what happened to the man called Benjamin Beeson. Locals found his skeleton under his cabin/house on 15 June 1883. I gave this information to the cemetery people for their records, and then in 1993 or 1994, a clean-up crew for uranium mill tailings uncovered an old, old cemetery near the confluence of the Tomichi Creek and the Gunnison River. Historians had known for a long time there was a cemetery south of town, but there was no ground evidence or records to show the exact spot. Long story, but then I visited the other cemetery, Glendale, west of town that contained burials from the early 1880's. In Glendale, I found a footstone, with the initials: B.B. No main stone, just the footstone. No records for this cemetery either, but one of the older funeral directors said they had moved many of the graves from there, after it was vandalized. The Glendale cemetery is on private land now, with a cranky land owner that won't consider seeing how many graves are still occupied under the stones. I served on the Preservation Board, and had many conversations with the man, about moving any existing graves as a method of making his property value increase. To no avail. I can't find any other person with two B's representing a first name, and surname. The time period of the burials in Glendale would have included roughly 1880-1887. The main cemetery east of town was begun in 1887. The removals from the Glendale Cemetery are obvious because of the 1880-1886/1887 dates. How do you know there is a connection between Mary Ann Thornburg/Beeson and Benjamin Beeson?? Would love to know more. Loline Sammons, Gunnison,CO.
Added by L.Sammons on Jan 25, 2015 8:54 PM
Lynda McGinnis
George Oney of Argentine KS
I received your suggestion for edits for George Oney who is buried in the old Argentine cemetery (now in Maple Hill Cemetery). Unfortunately, I think this is not the same George Oney as the one that you are hoping for. Your George was born in 1865 and was probably the George Oney who lived in Anderson county KS with his parents in 1865, 1870 and 1875 census. You list him married to Zute Mellon Oney and living in Coffey county Kansas in 1900. However, the George Oney who died in 1902 and is buried in Argentine, lived in Argentine with his wife Delia in 1900. Both the 1900 census and his marriage records (1894 & 1902) give his birth as 1871 in Missouri. The 1880 census shows this George Oney living with his parents Ben and Mary Oney in Randolph Co, Missouri; the same county where he married in 1894. If you have a document that proves our records are mistaken, please let us know so we can share research. It would be very helpful to know for certain that we have these two men listed correctly.
Added by Lynda McGinnis on Jan 09, 2015 8:11 PM
James Clair
Mr Smith, You sent me some edits which I check out before posting. Are you related to the Bird and John Stentz family at Lane? What I have posted was from the Monticello library audit in the 1970's.
Added by James Clair on Nov 30, 2014 6:08 AM
Tom Denardo
RE: Civil War Picture Soldier
johnson is a close match
Added by Tom Denardo on Aug 28, 2014 8:15 AM

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