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Matt (#47218374)
 member for 6 years, 9 months, 3 days
GMB
James McKenna, memorial 48937710
My great grandfather is buried at Holy Cross Cemetery in Lackawanna NY, and you cataloged his grave. I see that you have the names of his parents, and each has a number next to it. #917 and 918. What are the numbers for? I am trying to trace my ancestors back to Ireland, and wondered if the numbers will lead to more information somewhere. I am new to this website.
Thanks
GMB

Added by GMB on Feb 29, 2016 5:49 PM

Jack Sanders
Chambers
You maintain the memorials for James and Jane Moffitt Chambers in Ridgebury Cemetery, Ridgefield CT. I have just added a daughter of James and Jane: Leah Jane Chambers Devine, who is also buried there, but whose marker is, apparently, sadly misplaced.

Added by Jack Sanders on Jan 25, 2015 4:19 PM

Rhonda
Virtual Cemetery - NY 7th HA
Greetings. Came across your virtual cemetery for the NY 7th Heavy Artillary - I think this is a fabulous idea and I thank you for creating it. I have a ancestor who was part of this regiment who is buried at the Andersonville cemetery in Georgia. How do I add him to your virtual cemetery without relinquishing his memorial?

Added by Rhonda on Nov 09, 2014 11:04 AM

ENZita
Find A Grave Memorial# 47068209
Hi Matt -
I searched for James Fahy's stone, per your 1/2010 photo request, but didn't find it. If you can call the Saint Mary's Cemetery office in Norwalk and get a more precise location, I'll go back and try again.
And are any there other possible spellings of his surname?
Best,
ENZita

Added by ENZita on Sep 12, 2014 1:18 PM

Anne Sullivan Miscoski
Morrisseys
Dear Matt,
You have posted memorials for 3 Morrissey's, but exact dates are unknown at the Whitechurch Cemetery in Ballywalter, Co. Tipperary. My grandmother came to the US from Thurles and her parents are buried somewhere nearby in Thurles. They would have been born in the early 1870's and died in 1937 & 1940 respectively. Her parents were Patrick & Mary Dalton Morrissey.
Thanks for any help.
Anne M.

Added by Anne Sullivan Miscoski on Aug 02, 2014 10:04 AM

Donald Peter Moriarty
8th Connecticut Volunteer Infantry
Matt: another one of your soldiers:
First Lieutenant Marvin Waite, Co. D. 8th Connecticut Volunteer Infantry, #80232736.

Best regards.

Added by Donald Peter Moriarty on May 07, 2014 1:41 PM

Greg Burns
Ardcarne Cemetery Roscommon
Hi Matt,

I live in New Jersey USA and I've noticed that you've done some postings to Find-a-Grave. I have Farrell/Mulvey/McGreevy, Lowe and Higgins ancestors from the area of Killukin, Croghan, Lisadaly and Toorymartin. The difficulty is finding the graves of the old timers and knowing if ever there existed a book of interments. Some say yes there was and others say no. Bottomline, in my research I would love to know where the ancestors are buried. Some of them must have headstones especially those buried in the 20th century. Just short of my coming to Ireland can you give any help or direction ?

Thanks so much,
Greg Burns
Point Pleasant Beach, NJ USA
greg.p.burns@gmail.com

Added by Greg Burns on May 29, 2013 4:43 PM

Lisacul Rosie
Ardcarne Cemetery
Hi Matt,

Believe you may have created this cemetery page. There are two recognized cemeteries St Beaidh, Church of Ireland (mixed denominations) and Ardcarne New Cemetery which stand side by side. Are you able to clarify in which cemetery your memorials 52754126, 52754197 and 52878606 actually are.

Thanks.

Added by Lisacul Rosie on Apr 10, 2013 10:25 PM

DEagleHart
The Curran Family
Would love to exchange family info. I am the Great Grandson of John E. Curran. I can be contacted at DEagleHart@cox.net

Added by DEagleHart on Jan 31, 2012 5:44 AM

Doug Joyce
Daniel B. Joyce
Hi Matt,

You address a page showing information on my great-grandfather and great-grandmother. They are Daniel B. joyce and Linna (Hurlbut) Joyce. Do you have the ability to give me further information on them especially Daniel B. I know that Linna's family was from Roxbury, Ct and that Daniel was born in Ohio, either Sandusky or Akron. Will appreciate any info you can provide.

TY, Doug Joyce

Added by Doug Joyce on Nov 01, 2011 5:59 PM

Jay Boone
Gaffney
Sorry it's Henrietta Gaffney

Added by Jay Boone on Sep 02, 2011 6:43 AM

Jay Boone
Harriett Gaffney
Thought I would let you know that I added photos to Harriett's (Hattie) memorial page. I also added pages for her parents, and a Stanley Gaffney who are buried with her. If you would like me to transfer the pages to you, let me know.

Added by Jay Boone on Sep 02, 2011 6:42 AM

Dr. James M. Owston
Sarah Wright
Per your request, I have transferred this memorial to you.

Added by Dr. James M. Owston on Mar 01, 2010 5:55 PM

Laura Zak-Smith
Welcome
Great job and great site. If you should ever come across any NY Regiments from the Civil War would you be so kind as to post them too, Thanks.
Laura
civilwarveteransny.ning.com

Added by Laura Zak-Smith on Feb 04, 2010 9:08 AM

Leah
George Willey Andrew
thanks for pointing out that I'd accidently added a 3rd "L" to George's middle name!!! I hadn't caught that one!!
Leah

Added by Leah on Feb 01, 2010 9:48 PM

Sallie Conlin
Creen
I transfered the memorial to you.
I did the changes. Hope they are right.

Added by Sallie Conlin on Feb 01, 2010 9:28 PM

Michael Ryley Bradbury
Edward Zurinskas
I was surprised to find that St Peter's Cemetery refers to the old cemetery on Sheridan St., Danbury but if you choose St Peter cemetery, it takes you to the huge cemetery off Kenosia St.
I changed the cemetery so EZ is buried in the new St Peter cemtery. Thanks for the alert.
Mike Bradbury

Added by Michael Ryley Bradbury on Jan 28, 2010 10:49 AM

KimPS
Chambers/Hall
Transfers done for you. Keep 'em comin'! :>)

Added by KimPS on Jan 26, 2010 6:21 PM

Linda Burton Kochanov
RE: Mary Chambers
This is what the record says:
St. James' Cemetery no longer exists as a separate entity. It was formerly located on South Street near the corner of Main Street. After World War 2, the cemetery was moved to make room for an addition to the South Street School. All identified bodies were disinterred and moved to the rear of the Wooster Street Cemetery. It is not known if an effort was made to match the disinterred bodies with the gravestones. The stones are now in neat rows.

I will go over to Wooster to see if there is a stone...again...sorry!

Added by Linda Burton Kochanov on Jan 01, 2010 6:18 PM

 
 

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