|jacqui humphries [nee Pagett]||grandparents grave. Ellis.|
Hi John I have only just noticed that you have added my grandparents grave on here. I do hope as mine was the 2nd addition it is now not deleted because its a repeat. Can you assure me that my personal addition will not be deleted. TY.
Added by jacqui humphries [nee Pag... on Sep 03, 2017 3:43 AM
|Angela Noonan||John Noonan died 01.06.98|
Hello, I am trying to find John Noonan born 1944, and maybe the same one you have found at Lisvernane Church, County Tipperary. My John lived in Parkville Highway, Coventry, England between 1964 to possibly another 20 or 30 years. He lived with an uncle and aunt called Daniel and Mary Noonan. They worshipped at Holy Family Church. All of the family returned to Ireland, (Tipperary) and John died in the late nineties, and could possibly be the same John Noonan on the head stone you have. Any further information would be very gratefully received. Many thanks, Angela.
Added by Angela Noonan on Aug 30, 2017 6:40 AM
|Bern Mc Manus||Hans Waldemar Rosen|
Hi John Iím not looking fro a grave but information about Hans Waldemar Rosen and any descendants - any idea where I could find them. best wishes Bernardine
Added by Bern Mc Manus on Aug 28, 2017 10:58 AM
|Tim Reynolds||William Limrick Martin|
I was trawling through Find A Grave, looking for memorials on police killed while on duty, and I came across your memorial on the above. Murdered police is one of my interests, and when I come to Ireland in October I will be visiting and photographing the graves of many of those killed post 1922, but I haven't had much luck in getting details on those before that year which I would really like.
Does your Martin memorial indicate a general knowledge in the area of police killed in the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, or was it just a one off?
Added by Tim Reynolds on Aug 26, 2017 8:12 PM
|dolores phelan||rosanna kavanagh taaffe|
Hi John, I would like to say a massive thank you for your memorial on my 2nd great grandmother. I have been doing my family tree and you have confirmed a lot of info I had and given me some new info. Thank you so much. Kind Regards Dolores
Added by dolores phelan on Aug 07, 2017 6:16 AM
|Pamela Jean Ingram Musketnuss||Ingram|
thank you for posting my family..i am in USA and love having a way to see Graves
Added by Pamela Jean Ingram Musket... on Aug 01, 2017 7:51 AM
I THANK YOU FOR REMEMBERING MY RELATIVE TIMOTHY BOHAN OR PATRICK IM ON ANOTHER PAGE NOW THERE WASENT A DAY MISSED WHERE MY GREAT GRANMAMA CRIED OVER HIM WE NEVER FORGET HIM
Added by josie on Jul 31, 2017 10:08 AM
|Martin||Sarah Costello nee Dolan|
I am currently researching the genealogy of my motherís side of the family. My mother's maternal grandmother was Sarah Costello nee Dolan from Carrick-on-Shannon, whose father was Peter Dolan whose profession is listed as a baker. I believe Sarah was the sister of Maria Mulhern who would have been the mother of John Mulhern. I've come across other information that connects John with the Costello's. I was fascinated to come across your information on John Mulhern and his death in 1916. I'm hoping you can provide me with some further information on the Costello's, Dolan's and Mulhern's.
Added by Martin on Jul 25, 2017 4:03 PM
Got it, I found the delete button, again sorry for copying
Added by Annie on Jul 14, 2017 2:08 AM
I am so sorry that I have copied your submissions of the Hogan memorial. I didn't think to look up and see if they had been entered already. I also don't know how to undo it.
So sorry, I promise I will always look before I leap now!
Added by Annie on Jul 14, 2017 2:03 AM
|Kay Moore||Cullens and Russells|
I tried to write you at Pcogass but it came back undeliverable. I am looking for graves at St. Peter's Churchyard, don't know if it is Montrath or Portlaoise.
Could you please contact me at email@example.com in order that I may send you a Leinster Express article from 1960 in which an American cousin went to Ireland to recarve gravestone of his Russell parents. I am looking for this gravestone which was reported to be standing in 1960. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
Katherine Davis Moore
great granddaughter x 2 of Benjamin Cullen of Maryborough, born about 1825 and died after 1909.
Added by Kay Moore on Jul 12, 2017 9:34 AM
|nettlyne||RE: Lieut William J. S. Connor #135464909|
Hi John...If you would like I will transfer the memorial to you...Regards Lyne.
Added by nettlyne on Jun 28, 2017 3:31 PM
|Military Historian||Many thanks|
Thank you so much for the photo of Alfred William Smith's headstone at Grange Dean Cemetery.
Added by Military Historian on Jun 23, 2017 9:03 AM
|Pat Grady||Richard Meekins|
Thank you, John, for your visit and photos of the burial location for Richard Meekins. It is a shame there is no marker for him. But, he never married and was the last of his immediate family to pass. He spent much of his adult life away from home and family.
I have added his photo and the document of the US State Dept reporting the death of an American Citizen to the memorial page.
Again, thank you so much.
Added by Pat Grady on Jun 22, 2017 1:07 PM
Hello John. My name is Brenda McCabe. I was very grateful to you for the photo of James Brady on the Glesnevin 1916 Easter rising memorial. He was my great grandfather and this confirms my mother's one and only remake about his fate as a civilian caught up in Dublin's horrible uprising. His son was very badly wounded at the same time and spent the rest of his life with a disabled arm and shoulder.
Added by Bee on Jun 20, 2017 11:28 AM
|chris grant||peter hynes|
Thanks so much for all the info you have on the Hynes family. I am researching for a friend, Paul O'Gorman, ggrandson of Peter via Francis 1880 & Kathleen 1919.
Peter Hynes is meant to be buried in Glasnevin- do you have any details of his grave please? and of any other older Hynes graves??
My research is all going on my own website, to which I will willingly direct you. Francis did have a 5 th child too, Ivy 1923, who has only recently died
I can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org
Added by chris grant on Jun 10, 2017 11:44 AM
|Soul Searcher||LCpl John Patrick Page|
Just a quick note to thank you, John, for providing additional biographical information for LCpl Page who died while serving in the Great War. May your kindness to others return to you many times over.
Added by Soul Searcher on Jun 09, 2017 10:22 AM
|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
|HKH||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 HKH on Apr 10, 2017 6:27 AM
John, thanks so much for photographing this headstone, really appreciate it.Hilary
Added by HKH 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