Thank you for providing the information from the death certificate, every detail is important, it may help someone in their search. Best wishes.
Added by RoseOfThePlains on Mar 21, 2015 4:01 AM
Thank you so much for posting those research links on your profile, they are so very helpful. And thank you for all of your work here at Find a Grave, it is a lasting gift to so many people.
Added by RoseOfThePlains on Mar 21, 2015 3:59 AM
|Walter Balmer||RE: Vetter|
Hello,I am Walter H Balmer Jr ,we have some family in common ,The Promnitz Family.Last year you took some picture of Elizabeth,
Do you know if there is A Frank Vetter,Charlotte Elizabeth ,at your site,. I am look for there parents.
She was born about 1850, Saint Louis.past away about 1910.
Could you check on them ,you may email infor .firstname.lastname@example.org
Walte rH Balmer Jr
Added by Walter Balmer on Mar 18, 2015 3:53 PM
|Michael Anderson||RE: McCaffery|
Many many thanks. David and Alice Anderson went from Ireland to Missouri in 1885. Alice appears as a single person in the 1900 Census, working in the same house as Owen McCaffery whom she married a short time late. I cannot find a marriage. Their only child Eugene was born on 20 May 1902 when Alice would have been 37. Eugene married Gladiss /Gladys ( don't know surname) around 1925/6 but I cannot find a marriage for him either. Their only child Marion was born about 1927. Gladys, born 1903 and died July 1967 while Eugene died Jan 1974. I cannot find a burial place for either. I don't think that their daughter Marion married. Cannot find a death for her either. Eugene, Gladys and Marion appear in the 1930 and 1940 Census returns
David Anderson who died in 1899 is buried in a single grave in Calvary and because he is the only person buried there it seems unlikely that he married.
Thanks again for all your help Michael Anderson
Added by Michael Anderson on Mar 14, 2015 2:53 PM
I have been searching for 25 years for my ancestor Alice Anderson, left Ireland in 1885 and married James McCaffery, with one son Eugene. An older relative in Ireland thought that Alice went to Boston with her brother David. I spent years searching in the Boston area but no luck. Then on family search one night I picked Alice up in the 1900 Census for Missouri. She was working for a wealthy family as a servant and also working there was Owen McCaffery who would become her husband. I found their burial details last week and just tonight I stumbled on the photo of their grave which you had posted. Unbelievable!! Many many thanks. Alice's brother died at age 36 in 1899 and he too is buried in Calvary Section 016 lot 000R but there is no tombstone. Her son Eugene, died Jan 1974 and his wife Gladys died July 1967 but I cannot find a burial place. Will keep trying.
Best wishes from Ireland. MichaelAnderson
Added by Michael Anderson on Mar 13, 2015 4:32 PM
|maggie curry||RE: O Farrell @ StL Calvary|
Thank you so much.
Added by maggie curry on Mar 12, 2015 6:25 AM
|Bob Andrews||St. Louis|
I'm originally from St. Louis and plan to be back soon. My ancestors are in Calvary and Jefferson Barracks National cemetery. J.W. Andrews is a civil war soldier that is in JB, died in 1901. I have that stone recorded.
I am still searching for his wife, Parmelia,(nee Tharp), from Ohio. When John returned home to Hocking Ohio he remarried so she probably died between 1861-65.
Thanks for all you do.
Added by Bob Andrews on Mar 06, 2015 8:20 AM
|Melvin Sands||RE: O'Brien @ StL Calvary|
Kathie, by all means wait until it thaws out. I am in Southeast Texas, we get an inch of snow once every ten years. I saw all the Tim's and Mary's and figured it was looking for a needle a haystack.
Mary 11/1923 is in a lot with a Tim 12/1910 - S20 /L1060 (and there is a 2nd Mary in here too.) They are husband & wife. Not sure who the second Mary is. Don't see her listed as a child, but could be one.
Tim 3/1939 is in a lot Nellie 4/1942 - S20/L1366.
This Tim is a son of above.
There are other children so maybe I will have located them before you make your trek.
I appreciate you taking the time to do this. I have photographed the cemeteries around here but mine are waaaaay smaller, 3000 graves.
Added by Melvin Sands on Feb 25, 2015 5:53 AM
|GRBill||McGlynn Gravesite Photo|
Thank you for taking and posting the photo for the McGlynn Family. They are my relatives on my mothers side of the family.
Its nice to see the photos of their resting place after hours of tracking them on Ancestry.
Added by GRBill on Feb 24, 2015 2:41 PM
|Daniel McGinley||Ida McGinley|
Thank you very much for putting the pic on the memorial. That has been one of my long wanted information.
Added by Daniel McGinley on Feb 24, 2015 1:39 AM
|cbws887||RE: Ellen Surgue @ StL Calvary|
I was only able to match up a few of them with people already in my tree, though some have same names but different years (probably child of previous generation, you know how they love to recycle the same names!) looks like I get to figure out where these fit as they are likely related - thanks again!
Added by cbws887 on Feb 23, 2015 6:06 PM
Thank you so much for attempting to get a photo. The record book is a huge plus and I appreciate your efforts in getting this information for me.
Added by BJGS on Feb 22, 2015 7:40 PM
|cbws887||RE: Ellen Surgue @ StL Calvary|
Thanks Kathie! I will investigate the details tonight and see what I can sort out.
Added by cbws887 on Feb 22, 2015 3:12 PM
thanx so much for taking the time out to take pictures of the headstones. I really appreciate it.
Added by Anonymous on Feb 16, 2015 5:15 PM
|Mr. Tom||RE: Spreadsheet|
Ones I did were deleted.
Added by Mr. Tom on Feb 16, 2015 5:03 PM
|Mary Ann||Rose O.|
Thank you Kathy!
Added by Mary Ann on Feb 16, 2015 3:32 PM
|Timothy Tumbrink||Ofc. Neal R. Courtney @ Calvary Cemetery|
Kathie, Thank you for your time, travels, and the photo of the grave marker for this Officer. People like you make Find A Grave work. Your efforts are appreciated.
Added by Timothy Tumbrink on Feb 16, 2015 3:31 PM
|Amy Suzanne Martin||RE: Richardet @ StL Calvary|
Hi Kathie, the photos are lovely, thank you so much. I also really appreciate the additional info. I have his death cert and burial info from the Archdiocese website, and have linked his parents, now to identify his children and get them linked as well. All the best, Amy
Added by Amy Suzanne Martin on Feb 16, 2015 1:12 PM
|Sarah||Vickie Sciortino Cagle|
I really appreciate the photos you took for me of my still very missed best friend's grave. I live 2200 miles away and this is the first time I have had an opportunity to view her grave. Thank you!
Added by Sarah on Feb 16, 2015 9:38 AM
|Ann White||Maria Fitch|
Thanks so much for the pictures, they are great. I really appreciate you getting them for me and the for the additional information.
Added by Ann White on Feb 16, 2015 5:03 AM
|Mike & Kay||Lodes marker photos|
Thanks so much for the pictures, Kathie.
Added by Mike & Kay on Feb 15, 2015 12:47 PM
|Peggy Wulf||RE: wulf @ StL Calvary|
Thank you, Kathie!
Kind of confusing..more things to research..her husband, John divorced her and remarried and moved back to New York. I cannot find him buried anywhere in New York and this might explain some things..family members say he had several more children with his 2nd wife...
Thanks for your help!!
Added by Peggy Wulf on Feb 14, 2015 9:59 PM
|Patricia||RE: Fred Seng # 47213261|
Well I am glad they know because it is mind boggling there. Luckily we have people like you and Elaine to help out.
Added by Patricia on Feb 14, 2015 5:50 PM
|Patricia||RE: Fred Seng # 47213261|
His wife Martha is over there in section R and I don't remember a stone for her but she died 12 years later. I know you think the cemetery is sparse in places but I am sure we walk over several graves. I would like to go out there with some white paint and add to the numbers on the signs what lot number we are looking at. Such a shame that marking the area well was never or ever kept up. I don't think I want to be buried there because I might mistakenly get buried in the wrong spot I paid for.
Added by Patricia on Feb 14, 2015 2:44 PM
|Patricia||Fred Seng # 47213261|
Kathie my husband and I located the stone of my grandfather today. Thanks so much for your help.
Added by Patricia on Feb 13, 2015 3:54 PM