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|Donna Dinstel||Pierre Michel|
I don't know the location of the tomb, that was before I found that Save our Cemeteries play. I am going back through and redoing everything. I am trying to get better pix and plot descriptions for the memorials I made before I found the plat.
The SOC website has plats of all 3 squares, but I doubt it would be labeled so you would know for sure it was the correct tomb.
Am interested in any info or further pictures of these families. Thank you for what you have done. Have not been able to find any Liautaud tombstone photos in New Orleans, even though they were there very early. FPC.
Added by Sloan on Jan 28, 2016 11:51 AM
|Roibeard||Batailles at K-183 in Holy Sep|
I finally posted photos of the K-183 plot for Francis Bataille and others who are there. You can see it at Find A Grave Memorial# 6013194.
Added by Roibeard on Dec 22, 2015 10:45 AM
Done. Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year Belford
|Mary Agnes Hammett||RE: Thank You|
You are very welcome.
|Mary Agnes Hammett||Re: Edith O'Connor Kavanagh, Roselawn, Baton Rouge, LA|
There are 4 stones for Kavanagh in this plot.
Edith Mae O'Connor Kavanagh 1918-1968
Paul Francis Kavanagh DDS 1925-1975 (says he was moved to New Orleans)
Thomas A Kavanagh 1958-1989
Thomas C Kavanagh 1913-1986 (stone will be hard to get a better photo, it is very worn)
Should you need better, clearer photos, please do not hesitate. I will do my best, if needed.
|Ancestors||Bennett ...St. Louis 3|
Happy to help! Glad to send you any of your reltives. I have some Bennett's as well. Mine come from Wales to NOLA in mid 1800s. Phillip Bennett was a butcher.
|Rich Fedoush||RE: Thank You|
Your welcome. Glad you found it.
Thanks so much for your note. I am currently in the process of surveying and photographing Carrollton Cemetery. On my last trip there, I began the section your cousins are in. When I have completed their section of the cemetery, I will gladly transfer their memorials to you. Until then, feel free to submit any edits you have to offer. I have kept your note as a reminder to transfer them. I try to go as often as possible. I live about an hour and a half away and have a very ill mother who lives with me. But, I try my hardest to go as often as possible--Carrollton Cemetery is very important to me personally, which is why I am doing this.
Thanks and feel free to email me on my personal email account.
|Catahoula Hound||RE: Thank You|
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