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|Dari Lusky||RE: Radice|
The 1900 US Census gives a birth date of May 1851 for Maria, misspelled Radice as Driggo and Datiche in several census reports.
You can confirm that this is the right family by tracking the children and years of their births.
Also, there is an immigration record for Maria Carnevale in 1884 with four of her children, including my grt-grandmother, Rose, who was 4 years old in that record.
Donato (Tony) Radice and Maria Giovanna Theresa Carnevale Radice had many children. Often, their son, Donato (Daniel?) and wife Mary/Marie are confused in the records with his parents.
This grave may hold Donato, born also 1851 and his daughter-in-law, also Mary.
|Roibeard53||RE: James V Richliano|
You're very welcome. I see there are many Ricigliano memorials in Holy Sep. Are any of them your relatives too?
|Eleanor F.||Katherine Maher|
Anne; I am not able to fix anything in the Flowers & Note section on the right side. I think you can delete your flower posting and repost with the correct info. I tried to fix it but was not able to. Try and see what happens. If it does not work, let me know.
|Roibeard53||RE: Salvatore Rosania|
You're very welcome. I thought it would make a nice addition to the memorial.
|Roibeard53||RE: Kraus Headstone|
Thanks so much for the compliments. You're most welcome for the help. Fortunately I didn't have to worry about dogs sneaking up behind me when I took my photos, so I was able to concentrate. Were there really dogs roaming around when you were there? The only things I look out for are the office manager and the groundskeeper who drives around in the black SUV.
|Roibeard53||RE: Rose Mangone Rosania|
You're very welcome. It is a beautiful headstone at that.
|Roibeard53||Kraus at Holy Sep|
I posted photos of the plot and sides of the monument to the Kraus memorials. I note that Edward's name is not engraved on the monument but I posted photos to his page also because he is buried there according to the info on the page.
|Jim Boyce||RE: Betty Adams Friedrich|
Thanks, it looks good. Jim Boyce
|Roibeard53||RE: Rosa Lambariello|
You're very welcome. I like to do at least one closeup of the monument itself and one of a view the person requesting the photo would see if present. I also like to add a closeup of the name too rather than leave that dreary picture of the cemetery office building on the person's memorial page. A memorial page should be more than just a picture of a headstone. Thanks again for the compliments.
|Roibeard53||RE: Vito Rigicliano|
If you would like a photo of Rose's grave, just make the usual request and I'll get it next time I'm there. Also make any requests for others that are there if you like.
About not getting into "St Mary's" cemetery, which St Mary's are you referring to?
As to my name, Roibeard, that is just the Irish form of my first name, Robert.
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