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Nic Bertolero (#47037846)
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Margot Cole
RE: Donoghue
HI NIC, THE PHONE NUMBER IS 315 343-5002.
THEY ARE ONLY THERE MON-FRI. 9AM-12PM. LOTS OF LUCK GETTING AN ANSWER. MARGOT COLE

Added by Margot Cole on Oct 22, 2015 9:23 PM

Margot Cole
Donoghue
Hi Nic, I have been trying to find the grave of Rose Donoghue and also Charles. They are not in the book for St. Pauls. I found the obit for Rose and it said she was buried in the family mausoleum at St. Peters. Charles obit does not list a cemetery. I will look around st. Peters and see if I can find them. Normally I would go to the office but they refuse to give me a location unless I was a relative. Also they said that the graves are listed under the lot owners name. I think that is a pretty bad system. You would think that burials are on a computer by now. I think they just don't want to help me.
Maybe if you call them they will give you a location.
Volunteer, Margot Cole

Added by Margot Cole on Oct 21, 2015 8:28 PM

Dori
J.A. Dann 8316686
Hello Nic
Sorry but the cemented area next to J.A. Dann's cemetery stone is the top of a cemented wall to protect the lot he is buried in. It is not a cemetery stone.
Dori Chrisp 47796684

Added by Dori on Jun 04, 2014 8:28 AM

af
RE: Obits for Violet & Lilian Donahue
No I am not a relative.

Added by af on Apr 03, 2014 9:21 PM

C.C.Diamond
ID Military in Westlawn-Hillcrest
We are currently working to identify anyone buried in Westlawn-Hillcrest Cemetery Omaha NE that has served in the military. If you have a loved one buried there or know of someone, please send us a message. We place flags on the graves for Memorial Day. This project is sponsored by Centennial Masonic Lodge #326.

If you can send us the names, we will be sure to include them on our list to get a flag.

Thank you for the help with this ongoing project.

C.C.Diamond

If you have already received this message, please accept our apologies for the duplicate message.

Added by C.C.Diamond on Mar 16, 2014 7:51 AM

SE
JUST SAW YOUR MESSAGE
Nic: I haven't been on this website for several years and just now saw your message. I had to create a whole new membership. We moved to the Kansas City area about 3 years ago and have not done any Find a Grave work since then due to some health issues. I'm sorry I am not able to fulfill your request. Health is improved so if you have any requests for the KC area just let me know. Hope all is well with your research.

Added by SE on Feb 10, 2014 10:35 PM

Corinna Harvey-Burton
RE: Glass headstones
You are very welcome. I will send the photos to the email you listed on your page.
Corinna

Added by Corinna Harvey-Burton on Jan 28, 2014 5:16 PM

WagnerGirl
RE: Barger Memorial
Yes, Clayton and Rebecca have the same mother. Jabob Barger's other children (born after 1850) are from a different mother, Catherine Minteer Barger. Rebecca Jane Barger Wagner (Clayton's full-blooded sister) is my Grandpa's Grandma, Clayton was his Great Uncle and my Grandpa knew Clayton and spoke of Clayton and the relationship. My Grandpa grew up around him and was 17 when Clayton died. Thanks for adding the links. Gayle

Added by WagnerGirl on Jul 31, 2013 2:51 PM

WagnerGirl
Clayton Barger # 35372184
Hi Nic,
Will you please link Clayton Barger with his parents, Jacob G. Barger # 24605383 and Rebecca Jane Miller # 114690730 ... Thanks!

Added by WagnerGirl on Jul 31, 2013 1:23 PM

John Nielson
RE: Steven Paul Mitchell
Sorry to have bugged you on that, I am surprised too that it was missed in his obituary, it's a very distinguished award.

A bronze star is like the 3rd or 4th highest award recieved in the Army, it's one up from I believe a purple heart.

On Wikipedia it says The Bronze Star Medal is an individual military award of the United States Armed Forces. It may be awarded for acts of heroism, acts of merit, or meritorious service in a combat zone. When awarded for acts of heroism, the medal is awarded with the "V" device.

I never knew about the "V" part of the Bronze Star Metal. I don't know if the V part is listed in his DD214, that would atleast tell you if it's a individual award or not.

I looked at my dd214, it lists my awards and citations, but it doesn't give a reason as to why they were issued or given to me, sometimes you find stories online from old veterans that talk about a battle their company was involved with and lists that so and so was received the purple heart or there might be a page online that lists all those that received a certain military medal during a specific campaign or War.

I am not a Army vet, but I believe an SP5 is a Specialist 5, which is an E5.

If you put in a Google search Steven Mitchell Boeing, I think one of the top three results is from a Boeing frontier magazine, which has Steven's 30 year service award with the company. It is a list, so you will see like 30 year awards and a ton of names under it. I believe Steven was a manager for the Boeing Co.

I think I would just add the line to his obituary, like " He served in the Army in Vietnam, during the Vietnam War, earning various citations and awards, including the Bronze Star; and had recently retired form the Boeing Co. after 30 years." and then put in a grave marker translation or not that Sp5 Mitchell received the Bronze Metal during his military service in the Vietnam War.

Added by John Nielson on Jun 20, 2013 6:35 PM

Margot Cole
Mary McQueen
Nic, I looked on several occasions but cannot locate a headstone for Mary. She is not listed in the book at the library. I also asked at the cemetery office and no luck. They wanted to charge me for the information because I was not a relative. They said the people buried are listed under the lot owners name. Some stupid system. I have one suggestion. Mary was buried through DAIN'S funeral home in Oswego. She is listed in the Dain book at the record center. Maybe they could tell you exactly where she was buried. Their number is 315 343-5120.
Good Luck
Margot

Added by Margot Cole on Nov 28, 2012 8:09 PM

LadyGoshen
Roger Donahue
I've transferred him to you. It would be lovely if you could write a nice bio for him and maybe upload a photo...?
thanks.
.nicole.

Added by LadyGoshen on Jul 06, 2012 7:09 AM

Debbie J
RE: Nixons in Locust Grove Cemetery
Sorry, I fill up my card, put pics on findagrave and then delete the pics on my card. I don't keep them.

Added by Debbie J on May 30, 2012 7:13 AM

Vermont Grave Walker
RE: Duplicate entry
Im sending you a list of all the doubles you have at the wrong Cemeteries. I will Delete and doubles i have if they are newer and transfer the photos

Added by Vermont Grave Walker on Feb 16, 2012 5:40 PM

Lois
Glass
We are not relatives of the Glass family but my husband knows all of them as friends.
Thanks!

Added by Lois on Dec 01, 2011 8:52 AM

Kat
RE: Charles & Lidia Rothrock
I am sorry, but my camera was set wrong, and I didn't get my usual high rez pictures. It was a BIG surprise to me when I got back to NJ and downloaded my pictures

Added by Kat on Dec 10, 2010 7:06 PM

Jeannine (Booton) Hall
McCoy
Sorry about that blank entry!

Yes, I am related to the McCoy's. My grandmother was a McCoy and there are 4 or 5 of us who have worked together for the past several years to obtain as much information as possible on our line. Then we all share what we have and if we don't agree, we dig some more.

I am now questioning some of my Find A Grave entries for one family when someone has posted a marker at a different cemetery, so on it goes.

As always, genelogy is a work in progress.

Added by Jeannine (Booton) Hall on Sep 30, 2010 8:00 AM

coan.net
RE: Charles Johnson
I'm pretty sure there is nothing on the back - on most all those older stones is just the name but no dates.

VA Nationwide Gravesite Locator does verify that Johnson, Charles (Cavalry) d. Oct 18, 1918 - Sec 9, Site 2655.... and that picture is from that location.

Added by coan.net on Apr 03, 2010 8:39 PM

Taryn DiTomasso
HEY NIC
MERRY XMAS AND A HAPPY NEW YEAR

Added by Taryn DiTomasso on Dec 24, 2009 5:05 PM

Deb Bernard
St. Paul's Cemetery, Oswego
I have gone through the "D's" and deleted and that I have entered.. that were doubles.. If you find others let me know
I will go through the rest of the enteries, later.. Debbie

Added by Deb Bernard on Sep 22, 2009 5:49 PM

Deb Bernard
John F. and Laura Gibbins Donahue
I see that you have already added their names with more info, I will delete the ones I added.. no I am not related, just added the names when adding someone who is related.. Debbie

Added by Deb Bernard on Sep 22, 2009 5:27 PM

Taryn DiTomasso
o'gormans
remove those ogormans from photo request...

Added by Taryn DiTomasso on Sep 17, 2009 5:23 PM

Taryn DiTomasso
RE: o'gormans
did i forget the kanes i found//lol

Added by Taryn DiTomasso on Sep 17, 2009 5:23 PM

Taryn DiTomasso
o'gormans
hey nic if u have the pics of them just post i deleted them accidently ...i have a bunch of macks and donohue and donahues u want them...tee

Added by Taryn DiTomasso on Sep 17, 2009 5:14 PM

Bill McKern
Old Catholic Cemetery, Northfield
Nic:

I went by Old Catholic Cemetery in Northfield today to try fulfilling your photo requests.

I didn't find the two named Welch -- I walked the site three times and saw no stones with that name on them. The cemetery is in pretty good shape, but some stones are overgrown, worn away or face down, so I suppose it could be one of those.

There were so many variations of the Donahue name in the cemetery that I couldn't match them all to the Find A Grave entries. I decided that the best thing to do was photograph them all and let you sort them out.

I've uploaded the high-resolution original photos to Snap Drive. You can download them, reduce them in size and add them to the corresponding Find A Grave pages. Here's a URL that will get you to the first photo:

http://www.snapdrive.net/files/546897/Old%20Catholic%20Cemetery%20Sept%2009/Northfield%20Old%20Catholic%20Cemetery%20September%202009%20001.jpg

There are 25 photos in total -- if you change the last two digits of the URL right before the .jpg suffix, and then paste it into your web browser, you'll be able to access each picture -- 20001, 20002... 20010,... 20025.

Regards,

Bill McKern

Added by Bill McKern on Sep 09, 2009 3:58 PM

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