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|Kirk Haggerty (#48722189)|
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Originally from Los Angeles, I've been living and working in the Munich area for over 20 years. Genealogy and family research is something I've been doing since I was 13 after my father died. Computer technology has made the job so much easier :-)|
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|George Alexander Allison, Jr.||RE: President William McKinley|
No relationship to William McKinley. I have yet to have anyone produce evidence otherwise. Even the folks at the The William McKinley Presidential Library and Museum have no source information, therefore they are uncertain on much above Nancy Allison - McKinley's father, Abner. For more of my opinion on this, I go into further detail about this topic. http://www.genealogy.com/forum/surnames/topics/allison/5484/
|George Alexander Allison, Jr.||RE: Fannie Susan Allison - Byran|
Your lineage explains it. Yes, we are distant cousins. Thru David Herbert Bryan. I have David having only one son, John, that married a Mary unknown. Would love to converse about your knowledge of Fannie and her family. My email is chesterriverrat @ yahoo. com. Have a great day!
|George Alexander Allison, Jr.||Fannie Susan Allison - Byran|
Greetings and salutations Mr. Haggerty. You sent me a suggestion listing my cousin's first name as Frances. Is this a supposition or did you find an official document saying that Frances is indeed her name? I have found her with different variations including, Hannah, Fanny, Francis and the more popular one Fannie, I have not seen Frances pop up yet.
Yes, the surname Allison originates from London, England with the correct spelling of Allanson.
Lt. James Allison, 2nd Lieut, 3rd Regiment Maryland Continental Line was a POW of the English in the American Rev. War for a time. He is my 5th great - grandfather.
Are you related to these Allison's? Just wondering how you knew about James Allison.
Happy New Year! George A. Allison
|Naturstein||RE: Mauenheim Graves|
You are welcome. I was looking for one and found three .-)
|NolaGirl||RE: N.O. Cemetery Search|
Hi Kirk- I have searched all three St. Patrick Cemeteries and cannot find John or Delia Haggerty. There is,also, no listing with the archdiocese for either of them. Is there any other information that can tell us that they are actually buried in one of them? Could they be in another cemetery? These cemeteries are pretty squirrely. The tombs can only be opened once every two years, minimum. Sometimes people are placed in other tombs, even in other cemeteries if their own tomb has been opened in less than the two years. Also, if they did not own a tomb, they could be placed in a "loaner" plot. They will typically be moved to their permanent site at some later date. If there is a possibility this is the case you may need to check other cemeteries. Sorry I could not be more help finding your family. If you come by additional information, don't hesitate to send it to me and I will try again. Liz
Added by NolaGirl on May 06, 2016 9:46 PM
|NolaGirl||RE: Help in finding a N.O. grave|
Hi Kirk- Sorry I have not gotten back to you right away. I have been out of town for the past several weeks.There are about 9 Haggerty's in St. Patrick Cemetery #2 but only one having died in 1935, a woman. Can you give me the name of your g-g-grandfather's date of death to see if I can find him. It may lead me to your father. He, however, is not listed by the cemetery index. I have contacted the archdioceses (and trust me, you practically have to give blood in order to get them to give out information). As soon as I get back to New Orleans (May 1st) I will walk the cemetery to see if I can find him manually, so to speak. Any information you can forward to help would be great..
Added by NolaGirl on Apr 27, 2016 3:12 PM
|Naturstein||RE: Luthe Graeber - Köln|
I could transfer them to You?!
If You have the exact plots of the other Luthe graves in Cologne, I will make pictures some time...
|raoul ||RE: Spelling mistake|
Added by raoul on Nov 09, 2015 8:55 AM
|raoul ||Mary Haggerty Calongne (1887-1988)|
Her Find A Grave # 154710145. You spelled her name wrong. I knew their son as he died in Ocean Springs, Mississippi.
Added by raoul on Nov 07, 2015 6:22 AM
Please read .
Added by B on Oct 18, 2015 8:45 PM
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