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Boyan-Shelley-Barna Family Tree & a few others
Thanks to the Volunteer Photographers that take pictures of the Headstones. Anyone can sit at home and make a Memorial, but the Photographers are the ones that go out and do the hard part, like finding the grave. Most of the time I do not have the Section or Plot number but yet they seem to come up with the pictures that give us the correct info for our Memorial like date of birth and date of death and spouse etc... in case we don't have that info for our Family members or friends. Thanks again
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I have submitted an edit for a memorial that you manage but have not seen the update. Is everything okay?
Added by E Kucera on Mar 09, 2016 2:35 PM
|Michael McCue||Elizabeth Boyan Muller|
I walked St. Catherines cemetery and do not find a Muller headstone. I had earlier taken the Boyan photographs you see in that cemetery and updated them with a couple of better photos today.
I sent you a "Problem" message suggesting she may be buried in Mount Carmel in Tenafly. I was probably incorrect.
There is a Social Security Index record giving dates of March 8, 1912 to April 1985 with last residence being in Tappan. Could that be her?
Wonder if an obituary can be found?
|Valerie Reynolds||Joe Rafferty|
Are you related to the Raffertys of Highland falls, NY? I am asking because you have a photo of Joe. I am Joan Wilson Rafferty's 1st cousin. Their children are actually my age group.
|Bryce Robinson||Capt. John Child|
I apologize about the quality of the photo! I saw it in the background of another photo, so I cropped it and blew it up. It worked!! I have been looking for Abigail Child in the background, but haven't found her!
Thanks for the note.
|Clonan||RE: Joseph Rafferty|
My pleasure so many have done it for me.
Added by Clonan on Sep 05, 2014 8:14 PM
|JoeyC||RE: Raymond W. MacDonald|
Raymond is in the military section of the cemetery. I looked in the area but unfortunately I didn't see Ida.
If you call the cemetery and tell them it's your wife's grandma they will give you the location. Usually if I just have the section I can find the grave.
Woodlawn (305) 445-5425
Added by JoeyC on Mar 27, 2013 12:43 PM