|Katherine Cullen King (#46973355)|
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Thank you for your curiosity! I am researching the following names: Cullen, French, Preston, Knowles, Wheat, Wilkie, Wood, and various allied names. Some of the names I have researched in the past, but have not done any work on them recently are Haynes, Barnes, Arrants, Haynes, Lipscomb, Shropshire, Fuller, Graves, Sanders,and many others.|
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I was wondering if you would be willing to transfer my family to me....the French Family. Max Benjamin French was my grandmother's brother along with the other Frenchs. Thank you Gina D.
Hi, Katherine - Just catching up on things.
I visited West Aurora Cemetery on July 4th, found Katie's stone, but no evidence of Jerome, or her other husband, John Cullen. There were two burials directly south of her, but the names didn't seem to be related (I should've photographed them, but wasn't thinking).
|Squad546||RE: Catherine Wood in Lexington Cemetery|
No problem, let me know if you want the memorial for Ed's wife transferred. I couldn't find another headstone for the other Catherine but I'm going to check again.
Added by Squad546 on Mar 05, 2013 12:58 PM
|Sharon Strow||Cullen family|
Could you please e-mail and tell me how I can connect our families. It's been along time since I was on find a grave, and it's all confusion now email@example.com
|Jean||RE: Mary Fitzsimmons in St. Xavier Cemetery, Jefferson County, NY|
I am not sure where I got the middle name. But if you are related just let me know her memorial number and I would be glad to transfer.
Added by Jean on Jan 10, 2013 8:06 AM
|Donna Kuhlman||RE: Mary Wilkie Wright Stone|
I've been adding a lot of names to Jonesville, and getting the photos as I have a chance to. I have good data, as I took a detailed list several years ago. But the stones usually require some cleaning to get a good shot; and waiting for good light. I didn't touch Mary or John Wright's stones; they are in pretty dire shape. They are very thick, but made of a particularly soft marble that has degraded badly. Sure wish I had found Lucy! There are still piles of stones here and there, although I went through them pretty thoroughly when I did the inventory.
|Linda and William S.||RE: James Cullen, in St Patrick|
This past Friday, I was at St. Patrick's Cemetery & right next to where James & John Cullen are buried, there isn't any Mary Ann Baker buried there.
There is, however, a Garton gravestone.
Perhaps Mary Ann Baker doesn't have a stone or if there was a stone, it has since been buried by the sod.
Do you know, for certain, that Mary Ann Baker is buried at St. Patrick's in Adell?
|Ben Tilford Calvert||RE: The Haynes stones|
Pictures of the foot stones are below pictures of Urn. The Urn is a very unique marker. Ben
|Linda and William S.||James Cullen, in St Patrick|
James Cullen now has a grave photo, in his memorial.
We weren't able to find Mary Baker; but then, we haven't seen everyone in there, yet, so we may run across her in another trip. Will let you know if/when we find her.
|Linda and William S.||James Cullen|
We took a photo of James Cullen & John Cullen & will post them soon.
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