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Alycia Keating (#48136266)
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Bio Photo Dear folks,

Update April 2014. I am adding records and photos for a cemetery in New Haven County, Connecticut USA. It's pretty large and I have a huge huge backlog of photos in my computer to post and add. Please be patient!


***Absolutely feel free to post the pics I take wherever you wish. I do this for you. ****

General: I stay in the "burbs" in New Haven County, and some Fairfield County. Please note: Bridgeport cemeteries located at or south of Route 1 (Boston Post Road)are simply too dangerous. Too many questionable characters. I do like the challenge of an older stone, so if it's there I will do all I can to find it.

Alycia
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Denise Bowman-Arcure
RE: O'Brien/Roche Family Members
Thank you so much for posting the photos of headstone for Maurice, Mary Ellen and Josephine O'Brien on their Memorial pages.
These were my 2x Great Grandparents and my Great Grand Aunt.

Your help in getting to know my family is greatly appreciated.
Denise
Added by Denise Bowman-Arcure on Jul 28, 2014 12:46 PM
Sheila Peckham
cornelius
thanks for pics!!
Added by Sheila Peckham on Jul 27, 2014 3:44 PM
Robert
RE: Ida Measkofsky
LOL! Thanks!!

Best,
Robert
Added by Robert on Jul 26, 2014 10:35 AM
Robert
RE: Ida Measkofsky
Thanks! I don't see the individual marker posted for Ida, only the family headstone.

Best,
Robert
Added by Robert on Jul 26, 2014 8:30 AM
Robert
RE: Ida Measkofsky
Thank you so much! When you say that you found Ida, but not Solomon, do you mean that there was an individual marker for Ida or something bearing her first name? (The photo that you posted is for a family headstone with just the surname.) What caused you to conclude that the headstone pertains to Ida only, and not also to Solomon? And yes, Rebecca is also part of the family, but I already have a photo posted of her stone (Memorial # 11369012). The one that's been hardest of all to find is Rebecca's first husband, Harry Prusansky (Memorial # 71641807). It's possible that his stine is all in Hebrew, but on the other hand, someone created the memorial here to him in 2011, so presumably she saw his name on a stone (unless she just got the name from a list of all the cemetery's records or something). Thanks!

All the best,
Robert
Added by Robert on Jul 25, 2014 8:43 PM
JC Smith
Nacht Family
Thank you for your time and consideration in getting the photograph.
It is much appreciated.
Added by JC Smith on Jul 25, 2014 1:41 PM
Janice Hollandsworth
Morris Allainer
Thanks so much for the lovely photos of his grave and family marker. I appreciate it.
Added by Janice Hollandsworth on Jul 25, 2014 1:09 PM
Barbara
More re: Frederick A Bradley
Hello Alycia,
First, I am glad to learn that Frederick and Nancy had another son, named for his father, who died young. Also on the stone memorial. And that you've created Find a Grave memorials for all the individuals.

Second, about Stuart Beebe #133095793. He is the husband of Gertrude Welton (Bradley) Beebe, one of 2 daughters of Malcolm W. Bradley and his wife Annie J Sherman.

Malcolm was born 24 Mar 1837 in New York as per DAR records. And he died Bridgeport, Fairfield, Connecticut, USA.

Gertrude B Beebe, widow Stuart, died 3 Nov 1938, age 76, as per the Bridgeport, Fairfield, Southport and Stratford, Connecticut, City Directory, 1939 edition. She was born Oct 1862 in Bridgeport, Fairfield, Connecticut, USA, as per her DAR records.

Will you create a memorial for Gertrude? Or would you like me to do that? I'd be glad to as she is a Bradley.

Just FYI, Gertrude was the first DAR member who traced her ancestry to Aaron Bradley of Litchfield who enlisted twice during the Revolution. I am the fifth member who traces to Aaron Bradley.

Last, I do not know who Helen A Nelson is. She is not in my database.

I hope this is helpful in updating some of the memorials. Please let me know how else I can help, if at all.

With appreciation,
Barbara
Added by Barbara on Jul 21, 2014 11:07 AM
Maggie
Your Hartford challenge
If you get as far as Simsbury. I hope you photograph every Trainer there and if you find who has the "who's buried where, please post:)
Added by Maggie on Jul 20, 2014 8:45 PM
Maggie
Malota
Thank you so much for these pictures. I really appreciate the time you take.
Added by Maggie on Jul 20, 2014 8:42 PM
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