RE: john t doyle & fannie dyer Unfortunately, I've discarded my working notes for the Dyer photo requests. The narrow gray stone is inscribed on the opposite (east) side; I can't remember the name but I'm sure it wasn't Dyer or Doyle. If you know a related name, check in the cemetery's database if it is near Lot 101. I had intended to retake the photo (this time without my clipboard in the frame), but had not gotten back to that section before it got too cold (and snowy). The retake will be done once winter is over.
RE: Father 'Goldie Hello and thank you for writing to me in regards of Father Goldie. Unfortunately, I can't be of any help to you as the memorial of your great uncle wasn't added by myself by the Paulist Archives. I simply left a note in his memory on the space available. Good luck with your research.
RE: owen dyer Hi! You're welcome! It took a side trip to the Archives to look up the transcript to finally find Owen's grave. I knew the approximate location from both the lot number and help from the cemetery office, but, since I was looking at headstones, kept missing the tiny visible portion of the flat stone in the grass. Much more must have been visible 20 years ago, when the cemetery was transcribed.
Yes, the graves of Bridget & Owen are close to each other. If you check the wide angle photos on Owen and Bridget's memorials, you'll see the same Doyle gravestone in the background. Since Bridget and daughter Mary are on the same stone and have the same plot number, I can't tell who is closest to Owen.
A SAC (send-a-correction) has been sent to Matthew D. Woods with a transcript of Owen's stone. I knew the photo wouldn't show all of the text and the stone was still dark from wet grass. In case it takes a while for him to approve the addition, it says "In loving Memory of / Owen Dyer / Died Jun. 18, 1898 / Aged 84 Years / May His Soul Rest in Peace /". The photo caption for Bridget and Mary includes information from their transcript.
RE: Marc Auguste Simon pic You're welcome. If you are interested in any of the other names let me know. I couldn't step right into the bushes, as that day it was hot and I was wearing shorts, short sleeves and sandals.