|Jo Campbell||Sarah A. Slicker Piggott|
Just wondered if you have any more information on this person. Her mother Sarah Connolly was my great grandmother.
Added by Jo Campbell on May 21, 2013 8:04 AM
|Amanda Stuart||Cyril H R Scholefield|
I came across the information about my great grandfather Robert Scholefiled 1848-1926 on this site, and my great uncle Cyril Scholefield who was killed in the war.
I didn't know any of this information, and nor did my aunt (his niece).
I am just starting out with my family tree.
Very many thanks,
Added by Amanda Stuart on May 04, 2013 12:21 AM
|Jon Murphy||HC Crozier and family|
Many, many thanks, John, for the information researched and provided. Jon
Added by Jon Murphy on Apr 04, 2013 11:31 AM
|Jon Murphy||Herbert Charles Crozier|
I noticed Major Herbert Charles Crozier Royal Dublin Fusiliers is noted at the bottom of the headstone photographed for Lt Gerard Irvine Crozier Leinster Regt. I couldn't see him in the list of names for Mount Jerome Cem. (could well be my eyesight!), and a search doesn't locate him, but I'm interested in his date of death, which is unclear (maybe 29/1/1921 or 1951?). Can you help please?
i note the amount of work you put into this project. Amazing!
Added by Jon Murphy on Apr 02, 2013 7:16 AM
|geoffrey gillon||Patrick Coughlan.|
Thanks for everything you've done on this one-I will copy you in correspondence with CWGC as to how we can get the date put right. They will probably place a 'Gallipoli' marker-small wedge-shaped stone there.
Added by geoffrey gillon on Mar 28, 2013 12:36 PM
I am a descendent of O'Gradys from Ballinskelligs.
My mom used to talk about their neighbor,Dan Pigot, whom I believe was from Ballinskelligs and is in fact,buried next to my uncle,John O'Grady in
Hartford Ct USA.
Coincidence? Are we related?
Added by Maureen on Mar 03, 2013 8:11 PM
|geoffrey gillon||Frederick Boxold|
Thanks John, nice to see that the inscription has been corrected and that you captured the grave when there were flowers there.
Added by geoffrey gillon on Feb 18, 2013 9:31 AM
|wertypop||RE: L/Cpl B. L. Martin, R.H.M.S., Dublin|
Hi thank you very much for the photos I will send you my email via a memorial suggestion as I dont like posting my email openly.
Added by wertypop on Feb 15, 2013 6:43 AM
|John Barnewell||Re family landy @ curragh|
I note your excellent records of family but note that you have missed a Nora Heron nee Landy who is buried in the Cemetery with her husband William. This lady would be the child Emily referred to in the family records for the landy family in 1911 census
The family names in common use were Andrew, Nora, Brendan, and Sheila. Not always their first names
Added by John Barnewell on Feb 14, 2013 11:10 AM
|john hoey||Sgt William Hoey|
Thank you for your dedication. You have uncovered the resting place of my grandfather at Glengorman Military cemetary.
Regards John Hoey
Added by john hoey on Jan 03, 2013 8:55 AM
Good luck looking...
Added by Terry on Dec 30, 2012 11:08 AM
|Terry||Arthur Donn Piatt|
Thank-you for the informative biography for Arthur Donn Piatt.
It woould be greatly appreciated if you could link:
Arthur Donn Piatt #9488917 to his parents.
Father: John James Piatt: #79014854
Mother: Sarah Morgan Piatt: #82688697
Added by Terry on Dec 30, 2012 7:27 AM
|geoffrey gillon||cemetery dupe?|
have a look at British Military Graveyard (Ballincollig)
Added by geoffrey gillon on Dec 22, 2012 5:12 PM
Updates have been made and family "un-Linked". I found an entry about him in the Dictionary of Irish Architects 1720-1940 and posted it in his info. Hopefully with more info they will be able to see that this is a different person.
Added by KBrownst on Dec 12, 2012 7:25 PM
First of all I have no idea what you are talking about. 2nd I cannot "steal" a memorial you created. If someone reported yours as a dupe then Findagrave Merged them and thats why they show under my name. If they weren't dupes you'll have to notify findagrave to unmerge them. You could have just explained the situation instead of slinging accusations. Findagrave is supposed to be a collaborative effort amongst all its members. You can also ask findagrave to restore whatever links you feel they deleted as I did not.
Added by KBrownst on Dec 11, 2012 4:11 PM
|Ian Macaulay||thank you|
Very pleased with this thank you very much.
Added by Ian Macaulay on Nov 11, 2012 9:39 PM
|Eliza Lloyd||O'Grady family|
My name is Eliza O'Grady Lloyd from Kilballyowen, Co Limerick and I'm doing some family research and was v interested to see the photos you put up of some O'Gradys (DeCourcy and Ina O'Grady etc) in Dublin. I'm just wondering, are you any relation to them? I'm part of Knockainey Historical Society and we are currently working on the restoration of Edward Stamer O'Grady's mausoleum (1838-1897) in St John's Church, Knockainey. He was the husband of Mary Ann O'Grady......Would be very interested in hearing from you.
Kind regards. Eliza (email: firstname.lastname@example.org)
Added by Eliza Lloyd on Sep 20, 2012 2:26 PM
|Nigel Hall||VERE WARD BROWN|
My late Grandmother's sister, Jessie Ward Brown (nee Jennings) was the second wife of Vere Ward Brown OBE, MC who was born at 8 Oatlands Villas on 17th January 1880. He was awarded the Military Cross by George V on January 1st 1919 and died at his Sheffield home in October 1960.
I was interested to find the burial records on your website for his mother Eleanor Swift Brown, wife of Vere Ward Brown (Snr), but note that only two children are mentioned - not including the above who was named after his father.
Added by Nigel Hall on Aug 29, 2012 1:23 PM
|Russell McClue||Francis John Power|
Just wanted to say a public thank you for the help you have given in visiting this grave for me to photgraph and record the info.. Great job, John
Added by Russell McClue on Aug 02, 2012 11:50 PM
|bob dennis||RE: Maeve Binchy|
John, Just mention that she was a pitcher for the New York Yankees. That should ensure an entry in the "Famous" section. LOL
Added by bob dennis on Jul 31, 2012 3:26 PM
|bob dennis||Maeve Binchy|
I was going to create a record for Maeve, but I see you beat me to it.
Might I suggest that she should be in the Famous Persons section.
Added by bob dennis on Jul 31, 2012 2:27 PM
|John Strevens||John O'Grady|
John has been extremely helpful in helping me search back for my family's history and in finding their grave.Thanks for everything John!
Added by John Strevens on Jul 30, 2012 6:17 AM
|nottsjohn||Douglas Robert "Duggie" Doyle|
Thought you might be interested to hear that "Duggie" is now remembered on a memorial at the spot where his aircraft crashed.
Added by nottsjohn on Jul 02, 2012 8:35 AM
|Malachi81||Joseph and Vera Warburton Leonard|
Thank you John for the post and photo of Jos. and Vera Leonard. Joseph was my father's cousin, and I thought he had completing fallen off the radar. Joseph's father, John, was the eldest of 9 siblings, and the only one who remained in Ireland. His parents and 8 siblings, (my grandfather) removed to Brooklyn, NY c. 1886.
Added by Malachi81 on Jun 24, 2012 8:01 PM
|soilsister||Lance Corporal Hector Albert Young|
burried at Tidworth military cemetery UK--- I put on a better grave picture --- regards from France Soilsister
Added by soilsister on Jun 13, 2012 2:33 PM