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cgreen (#47419499)
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lmyhre
RE: Patrick O'Hea
Here is what I know which may be helpful. The mortuary records are online at ancestry.com. There is also a site at genealogytrails.com/cal/sac/mortality/mort_m.html. It has some records for the period 1850-1905. You can get death records for period 1904 to present on ancestry, but I've found that there are a lot missing. The Sonoma County Office of Vital Records says you can get death certificates for period 1850 to present, but you have to have so much information that it is almost a waste of time, especially if your ancestor has a common name. I had that problem with one of my ancestors then I finally found his date of death and got the certificate. The only source above where you can get detailed information, such as parents, place of birth, etc., is on the death certificate. You might want to use the information I have on Patrick and order the death certificate. You might be able to determine if he is your ancestor with something on the death certificate that you do know. Good luck.

Added by lmyhre on Jul 14, 2015 10:17 AM

Marcial
RE: thanks for Catherine McCue photo
Hi Catherine,

There is something else you could do, if you want. The cemetery can place a marker on the exact spot where Catherine McCue was buried. They do it at no cost and within 24 to 48 hours, just by calling them at 718-786-8000, providing them with the name of the deceased person and the exact grave location: 11-18-Q-3/4. If you decided to do that, I would go back to her grave and take a photo at the marker.

Added by Marcial on Jul 02, 2015 3:43 PM

Marcial
RE: Catherine McCue
I claimed that for me to visit and photograph. I'll see what I find.

Added by Marcial on Jun 30, 2015 6:23 PM

Astadl
Mary Ann Sullivan
I saw you had flowers put on Mary Ann Sullivan Geisenhoff's grave and said you were cousins. She would be my great grandmother. My grandmother was her daughter Catherine. I have no information at all on the family and wonder if you do. I thought Mary Ann was born in Ireland but maybe her parents were?? Do you know much about the Geisenhoff's? I never knew until a few years ago that there were other daughters, my grandmother's sisters. No mention was ever made of them while my grandmother or mother were alive. We only knew of Henry and Fred. And it looks like there was another brother Anthony. Any info you can give me would be greatly appreciated. Thank you.
Anne Melanson Stadlman

Added by Astadl on Mar 28, 2015 11:37 AM

Teisha Ingraham
RE: Thank you
If you want I can send you the pictures I took also if you contact the National Park Service at the cemetery they will give you a bio on him. They were wonderful in helping me.

Added by Teisha Ingraham on Sep 03, 2014 8:24 PM

D K Railsback B
RE: Ryder in Fredericksburg national cem
listed in Civil War Burials Fredericksburg Virginia, Compiled and edited by Maude E. Mercer Sellman, 1979, p 30.

Added by D K Railsback B on Jul 08, 2014 5:29 PM

JP Rayder
RE: Thank you JP Rayder
You are very welcome. I'm glad I could help...JP

Added by JP Rayder on Jun 26, 2014 9:41 AM

Charles T. Baggett
RE: replying - Dennis Courtney

Is this Dennis' father & sisters? If not, then I didn't find anything, yet....
I could go to Lake Charles, La. (35 mi's away) and look in parish records, etc. if you want me to....


John Courtney, "United States Census, 1900"
Name: John Courtney
Titles and Terms:
Event Type: Census
Event Date: 1900
Event Place: ED 27 Canaan Township, Henry, Iowa, United States
Birth Date: Apr 1825
Birthplace: Ireland
Relationship to Head of Household: Head
Father's Birthplace: Ireland
Mother's Birthplace: Ireland
Race: White
Gender: Male
Marital Status: Widowed
Years Married: 47
Marriage Year (Estimated): 1853
Mother of how many children:
Number of Living Children:
Immigration Year:
Page: 1
Sheet Letter: B
Family Number: 24
Reference ID: 97
GS Film number: 1240436
Digital Folder Number: 004119860
Image Number: 00572
Household Gender Age Birthplace
Head John Courtney M 75 Ireland
Daughter Margaret Courtney F 49 Iowa
Daughter Hallie A Courtney F 38 Iowa
Daughter Katie Courtney F 33 Iowa

Added by Charles T. Baggett on Jun 01, 2013 9:01 PM

Charles T. Baggett
D.Courtney
Do you know if Dennis had siblings?? His mothers' name sounds as if it might be Irish, maybe?? Let me know, I'm looking... Charles

Added by Charles T. Baggett on Jun 01, 2013 5:35 PM

Charles T. Baggett
D. Courtney
No relations, I put over 5,000 entries in that cemetery, just to let those who seek their relatives find them. There was too much great history in the developement of southwest La. here in this cemetery to let it go un-noticed... maybe Mr. Courtney helped, that was all I could find on him... Charles

Added by Charles T. Baggett on Nov 18, 2012 8:57 AM

tedge20
Happy to Help
No problem! I live about a mile away from the cemetery, so I've decided to start taking pictures and posting them on Find a Grave. Just glad that I could help and that he was pretty easy to find. Do let me know if you need anyone else from Calvary.

Added by tedge20 on Apr 28, 2011 9:53 PM

lmyhre
O'Hea Marker
I found the original photo, but it wasn't of much help for the top of the marker. I don't know if this helps you or not, but the stone was for two other people - James Worthington and Catherine Worthington. Theirs are very legible.

Added by lmyhre on Jan 19, 2011 9:59 AM

lmyhre
O'Hea Marker
I can't read the top of the grave marker either. I'll look for the original photo, but I usually delete them after posting. It looks to me that it is another marker. The next time I'm out there I'll look again. Sorry that it's not very clear. Some markers are very hard to photograph.

Added by lmyhre on Jan 19, 2011 7:57 AM

 
 

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