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|Katie W||RE: James Callahan|
Thanks for the offer to transfer the memorial, but I don't think he is a relative. He is just part of a larger Irish group that migrated from an area in Kerry to an area in the Midwest.
And I also want to thank you for all the additional information that you added to the memorial.
Added by Katie W on Nov 24, 2015 4:57 PM
|MrsB||RE: Finn photos and edits|
You are so welcome. We have been out and about too, before the snow really flies. It is mostly fun to be outside, finding stones, peering at faded inscriptions, considering relationships revealed by groupings of stones, watching the wildlife, and seeing the change of seasons, but yes, there are times when it is frustrating, hot, windy and/or cold, and a thank-you goes a long way.
Added by MrsB on Nov 18, 2015 10:28 AM
|MrsB||Finn photos and edits|
Thank you very much!
Added by MrsB on Nov 14, 2015 2:59 PM
|Waterfront||Alice D Callahan|
Thank you so much for your time and taking the photo of the
Alice D Callahan marker. We were just in Omaha for a family
reunion and visited the cemetery but none of us knew about
Alice until we saw the receipt for the grave plot and the listing
of who was buried there. We all really appreciate your time.
Another one of our family members was missed. Sarah Dwyer.
Section 4, Block 12 Row West, /Grave 27. On the find a grave
site it indicates there is no visible marker. Would you mind double
checking the next time you are in the area?
Also, if you need any photos taken in the Sacramento Area, I'd be
very happy to take them for you.
Denise and Patrick Callahan
|LES WOODS||Peter Reisdorff|
Peter was born in Sandweiler, that's right. His wife Marguerite was born in Neuhaeusgen. I meant the Homan family originally came from this village.
I would be happy for the transfer of the memorials. Thanks very much in advance and thanks for the work you have done.
|LES WOODS||RE: Peter & Margaret Reisdorff|
My mother was a (nee) Homan and Margaret Homan was my 1st cousin 3x removed. The whole Homan family came from Neuhaeusgen, a very small village. I am still in the process of researching, but this went down my direct line.
I am living in Luxembourg and if I can help your research, just let me know.
I am trying at the moment to link all the children and grandchildren of Peter and Margaret on find A Grave.
|SRGF||Holy Sepulchre Cemetery|
Thanks again Scott for all your help. Great Job!!!
Added by SRGF on Nov 05, 2015 8:27 PM
Thanks for the photos, edits and ALL of your work at Holy Sepulchre!
Added by Tricia on Oct 30, 2015 6:45 PM
|Gary Monigold||RE: Winchell|
You are welcome, Scott. I am just glad that I could help. Have a great day!
|tom kunesh||RE: Anastasia Proskovec|
sorry such a delayed response.
yes, Anastasia Kunesh Proskovec is a relative - my great aunt (paternal grandfather's sister), and her son, Anton, later 'Brother Donard CSC', is my father's namesake.
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