|Greg Gallucci||RE: Barber Cemeteries in Chatham County|
Thanks for your response. The census lists two barber cemeteries-Wesley and William. The William location was severely damaged at some point, all the stones pushed into a pile during logging operations. The Wesley cemetery is well preserved and may not be completely canvassed. I'll be in Chatham county this weekend to photo some known cemeteries, and if time allows I'll go take a look at the Wesley Barber for you although my instincts tell me they aren't there or the markers may be missing. If you could come up with locations of other Barber cemeteries in the area I'd be happy to take a look at them as well. There are plenty of cemeteries not included in the census, so I guess there's hope there.
Added by Greg Gallucci on Apr 28, 2016 12:14 PM
|William Palmer||Robert B. Durvin|
I'm preparing an article about the train wreck of April 6, 1889, which occurred just a short walk from my home in West Point, VA. I understand that Robert Durvin was the fireman killed in that wreck. I think that there's mention of the wreck in his epitaph, but I can't make all of it out. Would you be willing to share with me both the wording of the epitaph and any information you can offer about Robert Durvin? Thank you!
Added by William Palmer on Jan 28, 2014 2:49 PM
|ancestryhunter2||RE: Duplicate memorial|
Awww, I wish they could have merged it for you
Added by ancestryhunter2 on Aug 17, 2013 3:28 PM
|ancestryhunter2||RE: Duplicate memorial|
There is an email address in the help section to contact administration for this. Sometimes it takes them a while to get to it, but they eventually will. I agree with what you said. Hopefully one day they find a way to streamline this.
Added by ancestryhunter2 on Aug 12, 2013 9:35 AM
|sherry wells||RE: Charles W. Brooks|
What did you find out?
Added by sherry wells on Jul 09, 2013 3:09 PM
|David Oxford||re: Your Foust Family Comments|
Shelton - Kind words in comments are always appreciated. Thank you very much!!
Added by David Oxford on Jun 17, 2013 10:15 PM
|Jim B.||Susan Coates Durvin|
Just a note, Susan is buried between Viola & Antonio Dominici.
Added by Jim B. on May 07, 2013 7:04 PM
|paul gunther||RE: Magdalene Simonpietri Mooney photograph|
Was my pleasure
Added by paul gunther on Apr 19, 2013 9:28 PM
|Jane ||Julius Dominici|
Hello-There was a request for information on an Italian Genealogy site for info on family in the US-This is the link fyi :http://www.tuttogenealogia.it/index.php?name=PNphpBB2&file=viewtopic&p=63621#63621 There is quite a bit of info posted on the site and in particular about Julius Dominici-Here are a couple of links : (scroll down to page 11 ""6th Row: Julius Dominici(Raritan,NJ) http://www.69th-infantry-division.com/pdf/USArmy69InfDiv_Vol54_No3_MayAug2001.pdf and this link: http://www.raritan-online.com/dominici.htm
Added by Jane on Apr 11, 2013 7:02 PM
|Carol||RE: re: Elizabeth Salomonsky|
Added by Carol on Jul 23, 2012 5:10 PM
|Paul Andrew||re: Bernice Dominici|
I almost forgot to add...
Bernice's brother Ralph (my grandfather) is also buried at Green Hill Cemetery.
Added by Paul Andrew on Jul 17, 2012 4:48 AM
|Paul Andrew||Bernice Dominici|
I'm assuming that with you leaving a memorial on Bernice Dominici's page, that you are related to her. As such, you and I are definitely related. Bernice is the sister of my grandfather, Ralph Roland Linderman.
From my research, Bernice had 2 children that, unfortunately, didn't make it too far. Mary Ann (b. 30 Dec 1943, d. 24 Aug 1944) and Joseph Frederick (b. 25 Mar 1950, d. 12 Apr 1950). I found that she had at least two other children, James and Rose Marie. Although I do not have much information on these two.
I know that Bernice and Ralph's mother, Christina Bridget Dymack, passed relatively young (shortly after her 40th birthday).
My aunt even remembers Bernice visiting her when she was young.
I have a little bit more information on Bernice's side of the family, if you are interested.
Added by Paul Andrew on Jul 17, 2012 4:38 AM
|Rich Dohm||RE: Hollywood Cemetery ~ Ben Catogni|
Well, about the first thing I did when I found Ben Dominici's gravestone (where I really wanted to find Ben Catogni) was to look around for any depressions that often indicate a fallen (covered) marker. Especially on a hill, as it is. Saw nothing or I would have probed myself, I have 6' 20 lb. bar, same as undertakers use. If you have a cousin to undertake that, all well and good. But the lot is only about 6' square, I could easily probe it if you'd like. One thing you need to do, you'll love what you'll get... call Hollywood and get the lot diagram card, will show ALL the burials in the lot (marked or unmarked) and will give you the burial dates too.
Added by Rich Dohm on Mar 22, 2012 6:39 PM
|Rich Dohm||Hollywood Cemetery ~ Ben Catogni|
Hello Shelton. I'm the person that claimed THIS photo request for you. I always hate saying this, especially a blood line, but it seems your Ben Catogni is an unmarked burial. Cemetery records DO attest he rests in section R, lot 135, but there was only one marker in that lot, being young Benjamin Dominici 1872-1873. No other markers there. (I closed your photo request with a lot photo.) You may want to call Hollywood at 804-648-8501 to ask about this young man who does NOT appear on Hollywood's lookup tool, make sure we're looking at the right lot? But I confirmed burials in the lots that frame 135, plus this Dominici lad shares YOUR name, so I have no doubt. Also, if you call that number and talk real nice to Mabel, you could probably get the lot diagram card, which will list ALL burials in that lot, may be helpful to you? Sorry it didn't work out. Rich.
Added by Rich Dohm on Mar 22, 2012 1:39 PM
|Dot Harcum||RE: Mrs Selma Hart Lawrence|
Thank you so much.
Added by Dot Harcum on Feb 28, 2012 3:19 PM
|William C., Jr.||Family?|
Hi Shelton. I'm new to the site. I believe we are related. I have some ancestral info that was given to me by Lois C. before she passed away. I'd be happy to share what I have with you.
Added by William C., Jr. on Jan 09, 2012 5:03 PM
|Wolf SilverOak||RE: Picture for Sara Richards|
You're very welcome. I have photos for Sarah's parents as well if you need them.
Added by Wolf SilverOak on Dec 11, 2011 1:12 PM
|Shelley Brown||RE: Maxine Eggleston Cunnane|
It was my pleasure Shelton. I went to High School with a Pat Cunane and wondered if there was a connection. Anytime I can help you out just let me know....Shelley
Added by Shelley Brown on Aug 20, 2011 6:30 PM
|Jim B.||RE: Headstone photos|
I posted some more picture for you today, as well as a new listing for Benjamin's sister and brother in law, August & Alma Simonpietri. They are buried right in front of your ggreat grandparents. Hope this helps even more.
Added by Jim B. on Aug 11, 2011 3:48 PM
|Sheila||RE: Photo requests|
I was so happy to be able to help. I understand the joy of finding new information about family and it can be very difficult at times just to get that little piece. I know, I have so many brick walls that I wonder if chipping will ever break through, but I am very thankful for this website. I have found immense amounts of help here and am very happy to be able to give that back to someone else who is searching as diligently as I am. :) I hope the photos are ok, quality-wise. They actually came out better than I thought they would on my phone. Many blessings to you as you continue your quest for your family.
Added by Sheila on Jul 03, 2011 5:48 PM
|Tracy||RE: Dominici family|
Hi Shelton!! I also have a Joseph Dominici in my family and got excited when I read your not on Benjamin's memorial. Then I read all the brothers and sisters, and my Joseph was my ggg grandfater William Dominici's brother. I didnt see a William as being your Josephs brother. Where are your Dominici's from?
Added by Tracy on Jun 10, 2011 10:56 AM
I added several other Weaver's that are buried in Sec. 22 Lot.28 with the Weaver's you have added to Find a Grave. These Folks should be kin to you.
Added by Clarence Campbell on Jun 03, 2011 11:55 AM