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Eman Bonnici (#46572312)
 member for 14 years, 6 months, 20 days
Rev Manuel John Bidwell# 179199606
Hi Eman,
How sure are you thar his burial was at St. Vincent's, Pinner? In 1930 this was St. Vincent's Hospital. There is no burial ground at the site, and it seems unlikely that an assistant archbishop of Westminster would be buried there, some distance from his diocese in Chelsea.

I am happy to take a picture if I can find the grave!
Dai Bevan

Added by DeeBee on Sep 11, 2017 12:20 PM

1st Cousin-3x removed-"Mark" Brother Peter Haberlin OFM
Hi, Thank you for all of the work you do adding humble servants of God to F.A.G. I never knew of this relative until my grandma died. I grew up in Santa Barbara. I must've visited the Mission over 100 times not knowing I had a relative who served there and was buried in their cemetery! My Great-Grandma,(hidden fact being unmarried)single parent Mary Bridget Haberlin (1882-1939) and her daughter, Mary Kathleen Haberlin Lazzo (1911-1991) immigrated to America in 1928 from Guernsey, Channel Island of England. Now I understand why they settled in Santa Barbara, CA they had a relative there, Brother Peter! He seemed like a good person and had a sense of humor. He must've " kissed the Blarney Stone". His interview and stories are fun...he ran away from his brother's home (so he wouldn't talk him out of it) to persue his vocation, predicted the 1925 earthquake, caught robbers...I've added some photos and information;'since I'm a relative I was able to go back to the Massoleum. Oh, by the way, his status may be considered "famous" since he's the last of the old order of Franciscans-The Grey Friars. He was on the cover of the Historical Society publication. I was surprised that the Santa Barbara Mission staff all know of him!

Added by KathleenALC on Jul 17, 2017 10:24 PM

Maude Sculco Grima
Friar Ġann Franġisk Grima
My name is Maude Grima and I am married to Anthony Grima. His Father was Antonio Grima born 1894 in Senglea, Malta. His parents were Antonio and Maria Teresa Zerafa from Senglea, Malta also. I heard that he had a brother who was a priest and was wondering if you happen to know whether Friar Ġann Franġisk Grima is their other son? Would love to know if you could help me since you have done work with the cemetery. Divine Mercy Cemetery
San Pawl il-Bahar 
Northern, Malta 
Plot: Cemetery Chapel. 

Thank you in advance if you are able to help me.
Maude Sculco Grima

Added by Maude Sculco Grima on Jul 15, 2017 11:36 AM

Bob Hufford
Two Cardinals
I transferred two Princes of the Church to you...Find a Grave changed them from Famous to Non-Famous, though I have no idea why...



Added by Bob Hufford on Jul 07, 2017 9:09 PM

Cardinal Dias
Hi Eman,

I transfered Cardinal Dias to you. Maybe you will have better luck getting him as famous. For some reason, my bio was denied. Unless, Cardinals are no longer considered famous.


Added by C.S. on Jun 21, 2017 9:09 PM

RE: Father Constantin
My Pleasure - I just had to wait for the Chapel to be opened. It is opened *very* infrequently so I took a chance on Memorial day and it was open!


Added by Dawn on May 30, 2017 12:29 PM

Red Queen
Josep Bocabella
Thank you for providing the picture.

Added by Red Queen on May 19, 2017 12:09 AM

I will check back to see if this summer to see if there is a permanent marker on his grave

Added by sailorgrl on May 15, 2017 9:38 PM

Bob White
Jean Badeau
Thanks so much for all your hard work, it is much appreciated.
Bob White

Added by Bob White on May 13, 2017 7:23 AM

RE: Sponsorship
You are whole heartedly welcome! Hugs and love for all that you do!

Added by Donna on Apr 28, 2017 9:38 PM

Row Walker
Bishop Mykhajlo Sabryha, C.Ss.R.
Find A Grave Memorial# 178826790.
Newly added but no photo and unknown grave site. If you desire, will transfer him to you for further input. Thanks.


Added by Row Walker on Apr 28, 2017 11:51 AM

Steven R. Hieu Ngoc Thai Bailey
92913667 Ngo Dinh Thi Hiep
Hello there,

I believe you have the name on this memorial in an incorrect format and order. Also, using Vietnamese characters makes it harder for people to search for the names unless they are using the proper format, as well as some browsers and email carriers do not support Vietnamese characters.

Hiep is the first name, Thi is the middle name, Dinh Ngo is the last name. The Westerners have the habit of using the last name as the first name, which is incorrect. In Viet Nam, the names are backward, but since this website is in English, the names should be reversed. For instance, Ho Chi Minh is actually Minh Chi Ho; Ngo Dinh Diem is actually Diem Dinh Ngo; Vo Nguyen Giap is actually Giap Nguyen Vo. Also, "Elisabeth" is not a Vietnamese name, that is a baptismal name bestowed upon Catholic Vietnamese and is not formally used unless it relates to church matters or upon their death when it is usually added before the name of the decedent on a gravestone.

Hopefully this helps and you will reconsider revising the name on this memorial.

Added by Steven R. Hieu Ngoc Thai ... on Mar 09, 2017 11:34 AM

Wanda L
Rev Eugene O'Connell
Hello Eman

I would like to add a marker for Rev Eugene O'Connell, but there are too many pictures.
Could you please delete one? Thank you in advance. please let me know.


Added by Wanda L on Feb 25, 2017 5:49 PM

Amanda West
Gap Road Cemetery
I have added around 59 priests buried at Gap Road Cemetery in Wimbledon, who I believe were all based at the Society of Jesus at Wimbledon College.

Added by Amanda West on Feb 15, 2017 10:53 AM

Amanda West
Fr John Morris
The gravestone for John Morris was one of 5 which included the names of several priests on each headstone. I will start to add some of these.

Added by Amanda West on Feb 15, 2017 9:14 AM

Wendy Rich
RE: Bishop Kallos
My pleasure.

Added by Wendy Rich on Feb 12, 2017 6:20 PM

RE: Mt. Zion Catholic Cemetery Jerusalem
Hi Eman,
I posted an additional picture for Fathers Bagatti and Fr. Geiser, and also one of the gate of the private cemetery which I hope that findagrave will approve.
I hope to find where the graves of the other priests whose pictures you requested, are buried. I will let you know .. along with the pictures of the graves if I can get them.
Best regards from Jerusalem,

Added by OliviaD on Jan 15, 2017 7:33 AM

Mt. Zion Catholic Cemetery Jerusalem
Hi Eman,
Fathers Baldi, Lemaire. Orfali and Soudah are not buried in the private priest cemetery with the other five priests whose grave pictures I took. I will check this coming week with an archivist whose name I was given to see where they are buried, and if close by I will try to get the pictures.
In the meantime I could only upload one grave picture for some of the memorials as the photo limit had been reached.
Best regards

Added by OliviaD on Jan 14, 2017 12:31 PM

Andrew Holstein
Greenwood Cemetary Request
Please find out as much info as you can about the location of the stone. I was there today 12/23/2016 and it was tough to find stones. There wasn't an office or anyone on the property and for some reason all of the street/lot signs were painted over in black. I will try again another time.

Added by Andrew Holstein on Dec 23, 2016 8:10 PM

Thank you !
Wish you a Merry Christmas and a happy New Year from Austria !
With best regards

Added by Charlotte on Dec 22, 2016 1:56 AM

RE: Graves in Jerusalem
Hi Eman,
Thanks for the message/reminder. The challenge is that the Franciscan Office is soooooo slow in responding due to much bureaucracy. I'm sure my requests (and reminders) are probably long forgotten by now :-( But as long as you are still interested, I will renew my effort with them in the New Year after they will be less busy with the Christmas season and hope they will be more forthcoming this time around. In the meantime, I wish you a peaceful and happy Christmas.

Added by OliviaD on Dec 11, 2016 8:24 AM

Paulist Archives
Thanks for creating the memorial for Fr DeSilva and transferring it to the Paulist archives. We appreciate it!

Added by Paulist Archives on Dec 11, 2016 8:05 AM

Dan Phelan
RE: Archbishop Dimino
Hello Eman,
You are very welcome for the photos. If the lighting looks weird, it is because the pics were taken at dawn and there are no shadows, but little light. In order for me to get everything I had to do yesterday done, I had to start as it was still dark out.
I noticed all your entries, virtual cemeteries, and your bio, and I'm very glad to have taken the pictures for you to help with your fine efforts.
Dan Phelan
Baltimore, MD

Added by Dan Phelan on Dec 03, 2016 4:29 AM

Who Art In Heaven
Roberto Colagiacomo
My dearest friend Eman, I just happened to read the magnficent memorials you made for your family and noted a few of them lived here in Australia. I was enormously amazed by this. how extraordinary. I loved the memorials. they were so well written. such talent you have !!!!

Added by Who Art In Heaven on Nov 28, 2016 3:12 AM

RE: Bishop Schmid
You're welcome! If you need anything else in the Augsburg area, let me know!

Added by Sage on Nov 18, 2016 11:26 AM


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