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Sue (#46779148)
 member for 10 years, 11 months, 29 days
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New York Historian
RE: Scalise two graves.
Thank you Sue, your so understanding. Have a nice weekend. Jim

Added by New York Historian on Jul 20, 2013 7:51 AM

New York Historian
RE: Scalise two graves.
Thank you Sue, your so understanding. Have a nice weekend. Jim

Added by New York Historian on Jul 20, 2013 7:51 AM

New York Historian
Scalise two graves.
Sue,
Good news, my friend had the monument company install the two headstones for Carlo Scalise grave and the Angela & son Frank Scalise grave. The monument company sent me photos at which I added, but I want to give you credit. If you wish to add an upclose photo and wide angle photo to the memorials, please go right ahead, I will remove the others from that were taken. See the photos in their memorials. In one of the photos if you notice, the flower is on the wrong grave. Please get back to me on this.
Jim
Email: Murrayfamilytree@aol.com

Added by New York Historian on Jul 19, 2013 9:35 PM

MSzalko
RE: Tommy Biddle
What a very sad story. I'm glad I stopped today then.
I did email you the other photos of the family buried around him. Did you get the email?

Added by MSzalko on Jun 28, 2013 7:10 PM

Mary Arvidson
RE: Albert Mousseau Marker
Hi Sue...
Thanks...I figured out that Laura Meade was the one looking for the Mousseau family info and sent her the message too.
Take care...
Mary

Added by Mary Arvidson on May 28, 2013 9:15 PM

Mary Arvidson
RE: Albert Mousseau Marker
Hi Sue..
Mousseau isn't a common name. I found a marker for Sarah Mousseau 1874-1943. Interested?
..Mary

Added by Mary Arvidson on May 28, 2013 7:51 PM

Mary Arvidson
Albert Mousseau Marker
Hi Sue..
I was looking for other people and ran across Albert Mousseau's marker. I've loaded it on his page. The marker says:
FATHER
ALBERT MOUSSEAU
1873-1904
There are no other Mousseau markers in the vicinity

Added by Mary Arvidson on May 24, 2013 7:43 PM

Mary Arvidson
Albert Mousseau Marker
Hi Sue..
I was looking for other people and ran across Albert Mousseau's marker. I've loaded it on his page. The marker says:
FATHER
ALBERT MOUSSEAU
1873-1904
There are no other Mousseau markers in the vicinity

Added by Mary Arvidson on May 24, 2013 7:43 PM

New York Historian
RE: Re: Scalise
Thank you for your help. Yes, we have the death certificate for little Frank, but not the birth certificate, that is what we are searching for. Thank you again for helping me on this little project.

Added by New York Historian on Jan 28, 2013 11:01 AM

janicet
RE: Mount Carmel
Thank you so much for your kind offer Right now I believe we have everyone documented with photos. Regards, Janice

Added by janicet on Jan 22, 2013 1:56 PM

janicet
Henry/Enrico Nobile & Olga Gates
Thank you so much for the headstone photos (a very belated, but heartfelt, thanks). Also, unfortunately, I have "maxxed out" my photo requests, but it would be great if you could post the same 2 photos to his Enrico's wife pauline goffe Nobile

Added by janicet on Jan 21, 2013 9:26 PM

New York Historian
Re: Scalise
Sue,
Actually, we are ordering two headstones, one for Carlo Scalise' grave and another headstone for baby Frank & his mother Angela. Can you imagine, finally after 113 years, they are getting a headstone. I am in the process of obtaining little Franks birth certificate. Do you have access to birth records. Trying to find Franks birth certificate. If he died on Aug 25, 1902 he should have been born in June 1902. Can you find out anything regarding this birth from your end?

Also we believe we found the plot of Carlo Scalise brother Antonio. He is also in Mt. Carmel with his wife and family. He is interred with 10 other people. The cemetery was nice enough to give me the interment listing of all 10 people. I documented them on Findagrave. The puzzle is finally coming together little bit at a time.

Jim

Added by New York Historian on Jan 18, 2013 8:40 AM

New York Historian
RE: Scalise headstone
Did I ever tell you the story about Carlo and his family?

Added by New York Historian on Jan 18, 2013 8:30 AM

New York Historian
RE: Scalise headstone
We are sending out the paperwork today. Its going to be a flat headstone. We will order it next month, the monument company states that they will not put down heastones until April. They will either call us or send us a letter in the mail when it is being installed. Thanks again.

Added by New York Historian on Jan 18, 2013 8:27 AM

New York Historian
Scalise headstone
Sue,
Just wanted to let you know that we are in the process of ordering a headstone for Angela Scalise and her son Frank. You took a photo of their grave, which is unmarked. Would love for you to take a photo of the headstone when it arrives.

Added by New York Historian on Jan 17, 2013 8:37 PM

periphron
Marie Solberg memorial
Thank you so very much for transferring the memorial you created for Marie Solberg; I deeply appreciate it.

Added by periphron on Nov 02, 2012 10:43 AM

Elizabeth Parra
re. Thomas A. Considine
Hi Sue!,
I just wanted to thank you very much for taking the photo of my grandfather's grave. Though I was sad to find it is unmarked, I am still grateful to have a photo of his final resting place. Thank you also for placing the flowers there...very kind of you...makes it easier to see where he is buried.
Again, thank you SO much!
Elizabeth Parra

Added by Elizabeth Parra on Oct 23, 2012 7:37 PM

RobertS
John Caccavallo
Thank you for the very nice photo honoring PFC John Caccavallo.

Added by RobertS on Oct 22, 2012 12:11 PM

Rich
RE: KIA WW II Photos
Hi Sue
Thanks for the feedback and again thanks for the photos and the time you‘ve taken and the time you may send following up. Bartolini, Ilio might also be Elio or Americanized Leo. And yes James Brant should have a government provide marker as could the others that you took but many of those are sinking into the ground. I've dug up a number of them so far. If that is the case and you don't want to do it let me know and I'll get out there, sometime.
I asked that the volunteer look around because about a month ago I went to Bohemian National and was looking for 3 soldiers that I had found obits that said KIA. In that section I found 5 more. About two weeks ago the wife and I were at St. Adalbert looking for one. In trying to figure out what was row four we found 9 others that died during the war. And last week I went out to Bohemian again and in looking for 3, I found 2 of the 3 and another 2 others. So it varies, but I have found them sort of clustered at certain cemeteries.
If you'd like I can down load the virtual cemetery list for Mount Carmel, there is a total of 103 reinternees there, and you could look up their plot locations and do a section at a time instead of running from section to section. My original idea was to get all the locations, but the last year has given me a lot time to do that.
Thanks again
Rich

Added by Rich on Oct 19, 2012 7:27 AM

Debbie Kafaro
Nellie Andreasen
thank you so much for taking the photo where she is buried. you are really are a wonderful person. I really appreciate you telling me exactly where she is & who she is next to. You really do a fantastic job. THANK YOU!!

Added by Debbie Kafaro on Oct 16, 2012 12:09 PM

Debbie Kafaro
Nellie Andreasen
thank you so much for taking the photo where she is buried. you are really are a wonderful person. I really appreciate you telling me exactly where she is & who she is next to. You really do a fantastic job. THANK YOU!!

Added by Debbie Kafaro on Oct 16, 2012 12:09 PM

Debbie Kafaro
Nellie Andreasen
thank you so much for taking the photo where she is buried. you are really are a wonderful person. I really appreciate you telling me exactly where she is & who she is next to. You really do a fantastic job. THANK YOU!!

Added by Debbie Kafaro on Oct 16, 2012 12:09 PM

Henry Duquette
Howard F. Brooks
Sue, thanks for taking the picture of Howard's headstone. I am doing research on him for a Civil War data base. Howard was originally from Providence, Rhode Island and served in Company G of the 2nd RI Infantry. I needed his birth date from the headstone for the record. - Henry

Added by Henry Duquette on Oct 15, 2012 6:10 PM

Rich
KIA WW II Photos
Thanks for the great photos. And also the Plot locations. This adds so much to the memorials and helps to ensure that their sacrifice will not be forgotten.
Was the note regarding re-intermnet date helpful?

Added by Rich on Oct 15, 2012 5:54 PM

redbirdintheyard
Addeos
Thank you SO much for the pictures of the Addeos, Sue. I've been researching them for a friend of mine and she will just be tickled to see them. :)

Thanks again,
Christa

Added by redbirdintheyard on Oct 15, 2012 5:11 PM

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