|ksrc||Clonbeg Church Cemetery Aherlow|
Thank you for the memorials and photographs from this cemetery! I'm in the U.S. so it is unlikely I will ever be able to visit this cemetery. You captured 2 of my direct ancestors as well as some collateral lines.
Added by ksrc on May 18, 2017 8:33 PM
|Peadar||Thanks for photo|
Many thanks for adding your photo for the Cuffe grave in Deansgrange. Perfect!
Added by Peadar on May 18, 2017 6:48 AM
|Peadar||Philip Francis Little - last child|
I just received an email from the Dublin Cemetery people identifying the grave of the last child of Philip Francis Little. She was named Margaret Mary Cuffe, widow of Laurence Cormac Cuffe. I have added her gravesite and plot location. Her memorial number is 179389669.
I also have the birth dates of her father-in-law and his father, both named Laurence Cuffe. You have their graves linked at Glasnevin. The younger b 1840 (d 8-Sep-1886). The elder born 1799 (d 23-Jun-1868). I have linked these back to Laurence Cormac Cuffe.
I have now linked PFL to all of his children (13) and to all of his siblings (10).
Added by Peadar on May 16, 2017 7:23 AM
|KildareIRE||Catterson Graves Newgrange|
Thanks John for taking the photos! You're a star.
Added by KildareIRE on Apr 10, 2017 9:13 AM
|Anonymous||RE: Hoey family|
Thanks for that offer that would be great.How did you know re marriage?? Are you related to either? Hilary
Added by Anonymous on Apr 10, 2017 6:27 AM
John, thanks so much for photographing this headstone, really appreciate it.Hilary
Added by Anonymous on Apr 07, 2017 5:11 AM
|KildareIRE||Kellys in Dean's Grange|
Hi John - thanks so much for posting those photos from Dean's Grange. Great quality - much appreciated!
As you're working on WWI graves also - here's a question - have you noticed that many (if not all?) of the WWI graves in Ireland have been replaced with new headstones similar to those you find in France/Belgium? I've seen ones with a gray type of granite in Carlow. I've also seen them in the UK, in the south of England, in a white type of granite. It's understandable in the UK but surprising in Ireland. Is it CWGC funded? Keep up the great work!
Added by KildareIRE on Apr 05, 2017 5:55 AM
|George Hudson||Albert Keep - Date of Death|
Albert Date of Death was 30 Apr 1916 as inscribed on his headstone
Added by George Hudson on Mar 22, 2017 3:10 PM
|Peadar||Confusion in Place family infromation|
The information associated with the family grave of John Alfred Place in Glasnevin is confusing and incomplete:
John Alfred married Mary C Moran.
Among their children (all born in Corbally, Co Limerick - I have examined their birth records) are:
Mary Madeline Place born 20 July 1885. She married 30 May 1906 to Lt. Alfred C L Theobold at age 20 (noted in the register). I believe she moved to England and is not buried in Glasnevin. She is not listed among the siblings.
Madelina Mary Place (almost identical name!!) born 27 Dec 1187 (but civil births database has this erroneously as 1888). She never married, died 12 Oct 1960, and is buried in Glasnevin. SO, her birthdate needs correction.
Added by Peadar on Mar 20, 2017 9:26 PM
|Trevor Baxter||Titanic grave site photos.|
Hi John my name is Trevor Baxter, I am a Titanic researcher, I see on find a grave you have photos of Rev Francis Brown (18065677)who was on Titanic, I am looking for your permission to download the photos, I am trying to find as many Titanic grave sites and memorials that are still surviving today I live in the UK so i would find it hard to visit the cemetery, I hope you can help.
Added by Trevor Baxter on Mar 11, 2017 12:58 PM
|Kathleen Bacher||Correction to George Buchanan Virtue|
Hello John, I would like to ask you to make a correction to the Find A Grave Memorial #131174192 for George Buchanan Virtue & his wife Helen Mary Clarke in Clontarf Cemetery, Dublin. You have it noted that George's father was Irvine Virtue and his mother was Christiana Marshall. This is the wrong George Virtue. George Buchanan Virtue who married Helen Mary Clarke stated on his marriage record that his father's name was Robert. George Buchanan Virtue, son of Robert Virtue and Anne Buchanan was born on 11 Dec 1871 according to his birth record. George & Helen had 8 children, John Clarke Virtue, 26 Apr 1902, George Buchanan Virtue Jr. b. 6 May 1904, Edith Mary Virtue, b. 13 Jun 1907, Eva Magdelen Virtue, b. 23 Mar 1910, Mary Alice Virtue, b. 7 Oct 1912, Josephine Virtue, b. 20 Jul 1914, Robert Virtue, b. Dec 1918 & Ethel Teresa Virtue, b. 20 Nov 1922.
Added by Kathleen Bacher on Feb 18, 2017 6:14 AM
my email is firstname.lastname@example.org
Added by Logan on Feb 12, 2017 9:51 PM
Thank you so much for the wonderful info on this family. I wish I knew how you were able to find out so much. Do you know any info on Catherine Carney, sister to William? Any info is wanted. Thanks so much.
Added by Logan on Feb 11, 2017 4:02 PM
Hello, I would like to know if you have anymore info on this man and his wife, Lorna buried in Glasnevan? He is a great uncle. Thank you for finding him for us. Anymore Carney pics are welcomed.
Added by Logan on Feb 11, 2017 5:12 AM
|Katherine Kelly||Francis Henry Browning (id=156046453)|
I have been contributing to the Imperial War Museums digital records of those who were involved in WW1 in "Lives of the 1st world war". I have set up a community to remember those who were first class or test cricketers and have included Francis Henry Browning. I am trying to find images to help illustrate his life story and found your images on this website. Would you be happy for me to use the images you added to his memorial? I would, of course, credit you as source of the images.
I look forward to hearing from you.
Added by Katherine Kelly on Feb 04, 2017 2:17 PM
|Sherrie Hardin||103627082 Dermod and Dympna|
Thank for setting up the memorials for Dermod and Dympna. On Dympna, would you consider adding "She was a kind sould and a loving mother; sadly missed by her family and friends".
t would be greatly appreciated.
Added by Sherrie Hardin on Jan 28, 2017 9:11 AM
|Cas MM||RE: Michael McKillop|
Hello John, Michaels father was a Seaman not a labourer as you have quoted below.
Michael McKillop, a Labourer, of 4 Mark Street, son of Michael McKillop, a Labourer, married Margaret Hart....
Added by Cas MM on Jan 15, 2017 8:50 AM
|Cas MM||RE: Michael McKillop|
Thank you John. Kind regards Cas
Added by Cas MM on Jan 15, 2017 6:49 AM
|Cas MM||Easter Rising Memorial 1916|
Hello John, Thank you for taking the photo of the Easter rising Memorial. My Great Uncle Michael McKillop was a civilian casualty. I have edited his Birth details as they were incorrect. If you wish to know anything more about Michael please contact me.I think you're doing a great job.With many thanks
Added by Cas MM on Jan 14, 2017 9:21 AM
Wow- what an incredible amount of work you've done! Thank you, for that!!
Added by Mary Dooley on Dec 07, 2016 4:32 PM
Mannix Smith (1921-1994 buried in Dublin) was a relative of mine. I am in the US and would like to have more info on Mannix's ancestors. Hoping you can help me or direct me to a family member.
Also went to college in the 60s with a Pigut.
Fargo, ND, USA
Added by Robt on Nov 19, 2016 8:51 AM
|mike_||Eugene John McSwiney grave|
we think the grave you identified as that of Captain Eugene John McSwiney is incorrect. The plot for that McCarthy family (his mother's family) is directly across the path.
Added by mike_ on Oct 14, 2016 4:59 PM
|C Hohnbaum||Martin John Pender|
John, so grateful you took a picture of my 1st cousin twice removed, Martin John Pender. Would love to find any of his descendants. He was born in Rossmore just west of Carlow town, the son of Patrick Pender and Mary Ann Farrell Pender. Served in HMS during WW1 in France. Besides Nora, he was married to Mary Foley, and Kathleen Tobin.
Added by C Hohnbaum on Oct 01, 2016 7:14 PM
|John Tyner||Mary Emblidge(1885-1960)|
hi John, Mary was born in 1893 in mount merrion which is rathdown district, the same as marriage district. her father john was a gardener on the marriage certificate and mary kate's father was a baker.
just to let you know so the biography can be edited. i have edited the birth details.
thankyou for the work that you do.
John tyner in ashford, wicklow
Added by John Tyner on Sep 27, 2016 4:42 PM
Greetings from India!
I am an amateur historian from Bengaluru, India researching on the British officers who made a significant contribution to the state of Karnataka, India. Your contributions on this portal gave me good information on Major General RS Dobbs, who was the Collector of my home District- Tumakuru. Thank you. If you ever happen to visit this part of India, please do connect with me.
Added by Ahmed on Sep 16, 2016 12:52 AM