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JFH (#46638065)
 member for 10 years, 6 months, 1 day
Photo Thanks!
Thanks so much for the headstone photo of Sgt. James Seerey! Very kind of you!

Added by Beth on Mar 08, 2015 8:27 AM

Dalice Fadden
Frank Sweeney
Thanks for sending the additional information on Frank Sweeney.

Added by Dalice Fadden on Mar 01, 2015 9:27 AM

RE: Catherine Haggerty
Thanks so much!! Now I have another name to look into!

Added by KTDeCampo on Feb 25, 2015 10:47 AM

Miriam Macdonald
Stoneburg Veteran's Monument (Cross)
Thank you for putting the cross on his memorial. I had a copy of it but was not authorized to do so, thanks.


Added by Miriam Macdonald on Aug 23, 2014 5:35 PM

Cornelius sullivan
Sorry I realized I sent message about Cornelius to the wrong person. Need to contact photographer. My apology.

Added by LMR on Sep 27, 2013 10:04 AM

Joseph Lorang
I am trying to figure out if your Boyles are related to my Boyles. Margaret Boyle McNulty her father was Hugh Boyle mother was Mary McNichol Boyle. The Mary Boyle you have in St Annes might be her ?

Added by Joseph Lorang on Aug 23, 2013 4:56 AM

Boyd Gray
"Taughboyne Presbyterian Church" incorrectly named
Hi Lisa, These are two very different burying grounds, within a mile of each other and both in the Parish of Taughboyne. The one titled Monreagh Presbyterian Church is correct. The one titled Taughboyne Presbyterian Cemetery is WRONG. Is is NOT a Presbyterian Cemetery although there WILL be Presbyterians and indeed Catholics buried there as a result of our history here in Ireland. It is correctly titled as a subtitle - Taughboyne Parish Churchyard and as such is what we call a Church of Ireland church, what you call an Episcopalean church, I believe. Hope this helps, Boyd Gray

Added by Boyd Gray on Sep 23, 2012 1:17 PM

Taughboyne Presbyterian Cemetery
I was wondering what you know about this cemetery. It looks as though you were there by your photos (maybe they came from someone you knew?) There is another cemetery on findagrave that looks a lot like this one, Taughboyne Burying Ground. (

Are these different, or do they need to be combined? I would like to put an ancestor in one of these, but I'm confused to how they are different. They both say they are two miles north of St. Johnstown.

Any guidance on this would be gratefully received.

Lisa Walden,

Added by Observer4wing on Jun 17, 2012 4:15 PM

Jane Mcghee
St Anns Cemetry, Freeland, Pa
If You are near St Anns cemetry could you please take photos of all Malloy graves, Thankyou for the gravestone photo of Thomas and Bridget Gallagher that are buried in this cemetry.

Many Thanks Jane

Added by Jane Mcghee on May 07, 2011 1:14 PM

Rest in God
Thank you
I really appreciate your gorgeous photod of City Cemetery on my memorials. They are a lovely addition to honour my family memorials. Bless you.

Added by Rest in God on Jul 10, 2010 9:17 PM

Rest in God
City Cemetery
H see you have a nice photo(s) of City Cemetery, Belfast. I wonder if you would add them to my memorials. I will list them on my bio page for you. Thank you in advance.

Added by Rest in God on Jun 03, 2010 12:31 PM

Mike Bell
st michaels cemetery
great photos from st michaels. I plan on coming for a visit there in july, and go thru the entire cemetery, and photo the graves that are still legible, before they are all gone

Added by Mike Bell on May 30, 2008 1:07 PM


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