|Raymalene Billetdeaux||Vincent and Regina Billetdeoux|
Thank you so much for the pictures, much appreciated.
|Historic Heroine||Charles & Mary Kennedy|
Thank you so much for uploading pictures of Charles & Mary Kennedy's headstones in St. Aloysius Cemetery! They are my 3GGrandparents, and now I can finally be for certain that they were from County Kerry. You are an angel!!
|Jack O||St. Aloysius-VanNest|
Sorry again but thanks!!
Added by Jack O on Dec 17, 2013 1:53 PM
|Jack O||St. Aloysius-Brawley|
Sorry I've take sooooooooo long to say THANKS !!
Added by Jack O on Dec 17, 2013 1:40 PM
|Jenny Burgin||Thank you|
Thank you ver much for the photo of Sarah Boland gravesite. Jenny
|Kathryn White Lester||Annie Wharton|
Once again I thank you for your time in helping me with my quest for adding pictures to my family history. I really truly appreciate your efforts for me.
Kathryn White Lester
|Kathryn White Lester||Gauntner Family|
Thank you so much for your time and efforts on my behalf. Pictures really help to add more than dry facts to the family history. They truly help others to stay interested in the family story.
Thanks once again.
Kathryn White Lester
Hi Stacey, Thank you so very much for obtaining the tombstone photos of Adam and Margaret Glass! The cemetery had told me they had no record of his wife?! Bunches of thanks for creating Margaret's memorial! I will be sending you a request for a transfer of her memorial. Best regards, Lori
Added by Lori on Nov 08, 2013 11:40 AM
|Richard Arthur Fenner||Pelliccionis|
Thanks for the grave stone photos of my wife's family!
|Paul Brannigan||James Murray Clarifications|
Thanks so much for trying to run this down for us. The James P. Murray that I'm trying to track down was married to Mary, both of whom were born in Ireland (1796 and 1802) This appears to eliminate the ones you found. Their elder four kids Mary (1829), Ann (1831), (Bridget J, my GGgrandmother, 1836), and John (1837) were all born in Ireland too. Their youngest, Margaret, was born in PA in 1843. They lived in Cambria (Gallitzin and TunnelHill areas) since the 1840 census, and Bridget married Dennis Cawley and moved to Ashville (where my parents still live).
I know this doesn't clear anything up for the headstones you found, but hoping it leads to something else. Thanks again!
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