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N. Charlesworth (#47149164)
 member for 7 years, 2 months, 28 days
John Erwin
William & Nancy Erwin - Clough Cemetery
I have accepted the edits you submitted for several memorials of Erwin family members. I am very eager to find out where you obtained the burial information for William and Nancy Erwin in Clough Cemetery so that I can retrace your steps on this. Thank you!

Added by John Erwin on Sep 06, 2016 10:58 AM

Grace Younglove Hudson
Nancy McCarbery
Thanks for telling me of the duplication. Memorial deleted Nancy McCarbery.

Added by Grace Younglove Hudson on Aug 11, 2016 6:53 PM

Mary Jane (Young) Evertz
John Shannon
Hi, I saw you created a page for him. I was wondering if you know where about he is buried in St John's cemetery. My cousin is a descendant and we wanted to visit the grave. Thanks Mary Jane

Added by Mary Jane (Young) Evertz on Aug 03, 2016 8:37 AM

Francis Perry St Patricks Cemetery
I removed my duplicate memorial for Francis Perry. Thank you for bringing it to my attention.

Added by Marianne on May 30, 2016 11:10 AM

Gail Ulrich
George William Minnick
I am trying to connect this George Minnick buried at Cold Point Cemetery and his father George to my family. If this is your family I would like to share information. Please contact me at Gail

Added by Gail Ulrich on May 27, 2016 12:59 PM

Gail Ulrich
George William Minnick
I am trying to connect this George Minnick buried at Cold Point Cemetery and his father George to my family. If this is your family I would like to share information. Please contact me at Gail

Added by Gail Ulrich on May 27, 2016 12:52 PM

Law-Miller Roots
Fietta "Fayetta" (Maurer) Hepler

Thanks for the additional info. Appreciate it.


Added by Law-Miller Roots on May 21, 2016 4:20 PM

Hood Family
So good to see missing family found. Thanks for your help.

Added by clack48 on Apr 26, 2016 6:29 PM

Hood / Lowery (Lowry)
Hi, My Gr-Grandfather Thomas Hood #130658092 left Ireland for New Zealand in 1872. He returned home to Ireland in 1876 for two years, then back to NZ in 1878.
You have a note on James Hood #161602124 that he also had a child Thomas Hood b. 1853, this could be my Thomas - do you have any more information abt him.

Added by clack48 on Apr 24, 2016 5:51 PM

Mary Holby Lightkep
I found a burial record for Mrs. Mary Leightkep on Aug. 23 1854 Aged 47 yrs, 2 mos 1 day at Barren Hill Cemetery on under "Pennsylvania and New Jersey, Church and Town Records, 1708 - 1985," page 168. Do you think this could be Mary Holby Lightkep, Find A Grave memorial #44864245?

I don't see a burial record on August 2 for a Mary Lightkep.

Added by Cate on Mar 30, 2016 8:22 AM

Alan Rosborough
Rossborough / McClean
The record for Mary Ann McClean (Nee Rossborough) and her husband Henry Charles McClean is entered as McLean on your record.

Please check.
Thanks Alan

Added by Alan Rosborough on Mar 28, 2016 4:18 PM

Alan Rosborough
Alexander Rossborough

I would be curious to know how you are related to Alexander Rossborough buried in Trinity Presbyterian Church cemetery, Ahoghill, Co Antrim Northern Ireland?

Thank you Alan

Added by Alan Rosborough on Mar 28, 2016 4:12 PM

Karen Montana
Memorial Page Transfers

Could you also transfer the following memorial pages to me please?

# 43843487 (my 4th GGM)
# 43843488 (my 4th great aunt)
# 43843489 (my 3rd GGF)
# 43843485 (my 4th great aunt)

Are you related to this family?

Many thanks,

Added by Karen Montana on Mar 02, 2016 7:00 PM

Karen Montana
Frederick K. Naile
Thanks for the transer!

Added by Karen Montana on Feb 21, 2016 5:49 AM

Alan James Simpson
Bradley Memorial, Killymurris
Hi. I am researching WW1 veterans connected with Killymurris Presbyterian church in Co Antrim, Northern Ireland. One of these men was James Bradley. I don't have any other info although 1911 census gives a James Bradley who was a son of Sarah Bradley, whose grave you have registered, I wondered if you would be able to confirm if this was correct and if you have any other info which would be helpful to me. many thanks. Alan Simpson

Added by Alan James Simpson on Feb 15, 2016 5:25 PM

bill jordan
Norman Harold Rochelle
Hi. Just wondered if you had any more info on Mr. Rochelle. Did he serve in the Great War. College, etc. Thanks Bill

Added by bill jordan on Dec 26, 2015 2:08 PM

Julie Carter
My great great great Uncle is John E Broadfield and his wife is Jane Broadfield nee Irons. I have just found this info about them both, its great to see the pic of her. I would be most grateful of any info you can fill me in regarding their family in the US.
Thank you in advance

Julie Carter

Added by Julie Carter on Dec 04, 2015 3:14 AM

Theresa Resino
Mary Charlesworth Lyons
Hi, I am inquiring about Mary and her spouse Michael. I have a 2x great uncle named Michael Lyons and my family and I have been trying to locate him. After 1900 we haven't been able to find his where about's after that date. The census does say he was married but no spouse listed but this Mary shows up as a possible spouse. Michael was born in Mayo, Ireland about 1873 to 1875 and arrived with his older sister Annie Lyons who married John Walsh. Michael's parents would have been Thomas Lyons and Bridget McHale Lyons. I am hoping this maybe a link.

Best Regards,
Theresa Walsh Resino

Added by Theresa Resino on Sep 21, 2015 4:13 PM

Jack, Clough Graveyard.
Hi from sunny Northern Ireland!
I am a ggg granddaughter of Mary and John Jack, through their son, Rev Sampson Jack (1814 -1879) who ministered in Trenta, Donegal.
I read Speer was born in Scotland - did Mary and John move over from Scotland? I am aware that Mary was Hastings and where they came from. Do not have any background info on the Jacks.
Did they have a son/daughter who went to USA?
Did Speer and Jane have children?
Would be most grateful for any info.
Am going to look for their grave in Clough this am.

Added by May on Jul 15, 2015 2:36 AM

annemarie george
Teresa Horahan Rizol
Good Evening from beautiful hot Florida.

have been trying to find info for my grandson, Jason Thomas Horahan. Teresa Horahan, daughter of Peter Horahan from Ireland and Caroline/Carrie Brabezon of England, is his 2x great aunt. Just recently figured out Teresa's link on the 1940 census. She was with her parents, as Horahan and 2 grandsons listed as REGAL. Still looking for 4 more Horahans if you have any further info.

Did Findagrave for many years as well as RAOGK, but 9 years ago, started taking care of infant grandson and now just to old and decrepit. Thank God for computers! And thank you for all your postings, they are really appreciated

Added by annemarie george on Jul 09, 2015 6:08 PM

tom stewart
Geneseo & clogh graves

Thank you for your work. I may be related to you or your wife. My name is Tom Stewart

I was born in Geneseo and MANY of my relatives are in Temple Hill and in Clogh Cemetary.

This Tuesday, 23 June, my wife and I leave for Europe. We plan to spend 13,14,15, 16 July in and near Cloghmills... with a rental car.

My grand father is Robert Stewart (T Hill) and his Parents are Wm & Margaret Jane McAlister Stewart (Clogh)... I have a FOTO card they sent to their son Robert over 100 yrs ago.

I am sure you can show me much Stewart info. You pointed me to Wm J's parents by the stone his brother Alex placed at Clogh.

I may point you to some info.
1) Our family history says Wm J & Margaret had a daughter Isabella. The 1851 census for Ballybogy TLand has Wm & Margaret* (on some it is listed as Mary) with an 11 month old daughter Isabella. Their ages (both 24) and marriage date (1849) check out.

*Margaret is listed in the

2) I think Isabella married a William Frew and they had a son Wm Stewart Frew who is buried in Temple Hill with his wife Agnes. The younger Frew (what about his parents?) had a farm on Lakeville Road out of Geneseo (under a Wallmart?)

3) My Grandmother was Jennie Ann Linton Brown Stewart. The Clogh STIPEND LIST has Stewarts, Browns, Lintons, McAlisters, and Frews. When I saw that, it set me off.

4) The 1851 Census for Ballyboggy has McAlisters who could be parents of Margaret Jane. Her age, 24, fits into a gap 3 McA kids.

I hope to hear from you some time (probably after we return in August.

Sincerely, Tom Stewart

Added by tom stewart on Jun 19, 2015 3:48 PM

Tracy Callaghan
Re: Simpsons, County Antrim
I was wondering if you are related to Thomas Simpson and Ann Wright Simpson buried in Culleybackey Reformed Presbyterian. I am related to them both and was wondering if you had any further information. Thanks for your response. Sincerely, Tracy Callaghan

Added by Tracy Callaghan on Jun 17, 2015 2:25 PM


Martha Harrar was my third great-grandmother. We have determined she was born Martha Simpson in Northern Ireland in 1830, but little else is known. Do you have any other information? Her place of burial was American Mechanics Cemetery, which had some, but not all, remains removed in 1951 to make way for a housing project.

Thanks for any response at all.


Added by LINDA RADNICH on Jun 14, 2015 7:10 PM

David Fleming
Mary Fleming
I am Mary Fleming's great grandson. I noticed you posted a death notice for her and was curious if you have relation to her. Hope to hear from you. My email,is Thanks David Fleming

Added by David Fleming on May 13, 2015 9:32 PM

Kenneth Agnew
Catherine Agnew
Are there any members of Catherine Agnew that might still be living in the area. I believe her husband Samuel is related to my gg grandfather John Agnew who located to the USA in the 1700's.

Added by Kenneth Agnew on Apr 20, 2015 2:40 PM


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