|Brian Molloy (#47255279)|
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I am researching my Irish and Scottish ancestors who settled in Bayonne and other areas of northeast New Jersey and in Staten Island in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Most of my ancestors and relations are buried in these areas. I would greatly appreciate any and all help by photo volunteers in these areas. |
I live in central Maine and can offer photos of graves in greater Penobscot, Waldo, and Hancock Counties.
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|JW Leckrone||Gottfried Boehner|
I think that he is buried with his wife Amalie at Hillside Cemetery in Roslyn, PA (right outside Philadelphia). I uploaded a picture of the gravestone to his page. I'd be happy to take it down if you don't think its the right person.
|Robert David Miller||RE: William Rankin|
Brian, if you go to my bio page , you will see the four papers I used for my research. Unfortunately, the information you seek, I failed to record and you would have to look in each paper for the date you refer to. Please do not use my name if or when you contact the Mount Carmel library because i have a legal issue with them. Sincerely, Bob Miller
|Joanne Gross Vaughn||RE: William Rankin|
Please email me at the email address on my profile and I"ll share the orginal article with you
|E. Middleton||RE: Warnock Grave Marker|
Brian, I'm glad I could help. I didn't know you had requested this photo. I take random photos in a few cemeteries in this area and how could you not take a photo of a family named WARNOCK..nice stone too. Terrific name. The other 2 sides of the stone are blank. Earl
|Christine Brestlin||Carroll requests|
I would be happy to help with the 2 Carroll photo requests you have posted for St. Peter's cemetery. Do you have the "location" of the grave(s)? If not, might I suggest you call the cemetery and ask - their number is 718-442-2363. Their office hours are M - F 8am - 12noon and 1pm - 3pm. I live very close to the cemetery, but work M-F, no where near it, so I never have the opportunity to visit the office for information.
If you get the information, I can take care of this request this weekend, for the Find A Grave Community Days.
|Roibeard||RE: Mary Warnock|
You're welcome for the photos. The person who made the memorials gets his/her info from the cemetery's website. But they show only the date of burial, not date of death. He/she puts the burial date in as the date of death then puts a note that the date may be interment. I don't like how he/she does it because the date of burial is never the same as the date of death. But it continues.
You should try to find the locations of the Sweeneys in Holy Sepulchre. I go there almost once a week so if I knew where they were buried I could get the shots quickly.
Added by Roibeard on Sep 30, 2016 1:12 PM
|Ron Meyers||RE: Melando and Hunt graves|
Having a great summer, Brian! Using my bike to get exercise as I take pics at Holy Cross. Glad you like the photos. Your requests are easy to fulfill because you take the time to list the plot location. If you need any more just LMK. Have a great summer too. Ron
|joiseygirl||George Connelly - Holy Name Jersey City|
Sorry you can't see the headstone but it is L - 39B -3-4. The name on the stone is Costello.
If this is wrong please let me know and I will remove the picture.
|Roibeard||Hugh Peter Sweeney at Holy Sep|
The memorial states the grave is at St Matthias's Path lot 46, grave 41. There are no lots in the Sts Paths large enough to hold 41 graves. There is definitely a lot 46 since there are 60 lots in each path, so I will be able to see what, if anything is there. Id just like you to double check the lot location.
Added by Roibeard on Oct 08, 2015 10:25 AM
|Rosemary Robbins||RE: Thank you!|
You're most welcome. Glad I could be of help.
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