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Philip Hayes (#47121541)
 member for 7 years, 11 days
Eli Blackman
Thank You very much for those photos. I appreciate you taking the time to take such nice pictures. Looks like it was a nice day too!

Added by Cubby on Dec 04, 2009 6:17 PM

Find A Grave - Mills
Philip, thank you so much for the photo of Isaac Mills' headstone. I appreciate your time and I really love those old slate stones. They really hold up in the weather. Thanks again. Bug

Added by Bug on Dec 03, 2009 1:34 PM

Doc Sanchez
John Tierney
Mr. Hayes:
I was all over Holy Cross, Section I, looking for Mr. Tierney. The headstones in that section are pretty good size so I thought, "No problem," but I could not find him. The office is not open on Sundays so I was just counting rows and so forth.
Do you have any more information on what the headstone looks like, Mr. Hayes? Is it large or does it contain other names? Have you seen it before?
The Holy Cross office is going to have to be my next stop, which I can do on Saturday hopefully (20 June).
Sorry about this set back, but I will get your photos to you ASAP.
God bless,

Michael J. Sanchez

Added by Doc Sanchez on Jun 15, 2009 9:32 PM

RE: roach
No compensation is necessary. I had been wanting to get out there for some time now - but it's not a very good neighborhood and I had to wait till hubby was free to escort me. Glad I could help.


Added by Joyce on May 26, 2009 7:49 AM

I photographed the Roach family plot. There is one entire side of the monument that is totally worn off - no names are legible. On the other side of the stone is Patrick (which I added his photo to F-A-G). On the other side I can make out the name Andrew. Near the bottom is Maggie - daughter of P & E (?) 1859-1901. In front of the main monument are 4 smaller ones. 3 are marked 'sister' 'mother' and 'father' - although there are no names or dates on them. The 4th is marked Clarence - son of AJ and Maggie Roach - July 1891 Dec 1891. There was no evidence of the Hull or Long family (unless it was on the side that was totally worn). A few rows away there 940was another Roach stone - Marcella 1900-1940 and her son Donald 1927.

Added by Joyce on May 25, 2009 12:20 PM


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