|Susan Jarrell||RE: Walter Burnley|
Thank you, Kay. Then the picture must be correct as it is the Scanlon grave marker. I know that sometimes people are buried but the name/names are never added to the stone.
|Susan Jarrell||Walter Burnley photo|
Kay, the photo that posted is for Scanlon.
|Rosemary wilkinson||RE: Helen Boccuti|
thank you so much
|So Little Time||RE: Laura McDevitt # 60122470|
I came across this stone 'by accident' last fall when we visited this cemetery looking for my gggrandmother. I took photos of any graves we passed in this section of the cemetery which usually is locked to visitors. The day we happened to go there the landscapers were mowing this section & we got in. It's surrounded by a stone wall with locked gates.
I would be happy to transfer all these family members if you wish. Are any of these McDevitt's related to Bishop McDevitt by any chance?
|LF||Louis & Sarah Friedman|
Thanks so much for taking a photo of my cousins' stone.
Added by LF on May 23, 2011 9:14 PM
|Eileen||RE: Honora O'Brien|
Hi Kay. I was looking at old obituaries and that was how her name was spelled in the obituary. I thought it should have been your spelling. Yes, you can take it away. Thanks for posting the picture. I just like people to be remembered when I come upon them on my searches. Have a great week.
Added by Eileen on May 23, 2011 1:43 PM
|Ghost Town Gal||Vincent G. Carlin|
Thank you so much for taking the time and trouble to photograph the Carlin headstone. Vincent G. Carlin (59110302) was an Uncle I never met.
With appreciation for your kindness,
also thank you for taking the photo of Joseph's Stuski's headstone--appreciate it.
Added by Kramer on Apr 26, 2011 7:15 PM
thanks again for taking the time and taking a photo of Francis Hines Headstone.
Added by Kramer on Apr 26, 2011 6:50 AM
Hello. Thank you for visiting the grave of Police Officer Joseph Francheschino. I saw you reported it a problem because there was no marker on the grave. Did you take a photo of Officer Francheschino's final resting place without the marker? Or should I resubmit my request for volunteers to revisit the grave and take the photo without a headstone? Thank you.
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