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Maryanne61 (#47685551)
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Theresa O
John Monaghan in Holy Cross Cemetery
Hi, I went to Holy Cross to try and fulfill your photo request for John Monaghan but was unable to. You did not provide the Section number where John is buried. You wrote Range 6, which means John is buried in the sixth row in a particular section and Lot 32 means he is the 32nd plot in Row 6. Grave 1 just means that he is buried first with either someone buried on top of him in Grave 2 or room for someone in Grave 2. So, as I said, I could fulfill your request with the Section number or letter. It's great that you have the other information because that really helps and thank you for that. On another note, while I was out today, I saw two different headstones in two different Sections with the name John Monaghan. One was a large monument with John Monaghan Family engraved on it with no other names listed and that was Row 1 of Section G and the other was engraved with John J. Monaghan Died 10/18/1929 and Peter J. Monaghan Died 11/12/1975. If you want either picture, just let me know. Thanks again, and when you get the Section number/letter, I would be happy to go back.

Added by Theresa O on Jun 17, 2015 6:55 PM

Anon Genealogist
James Stoops 37782561
I received your transfer request but I would prefer not to transfer as I believe he is my 3rd great uncle. His brother Thomas is my 3rd great grandfather. I will be glad to add any information you would like added and I will make any links we can prove. I have an article from the Gettysburg Times in 1942 about this cemetery if you haven't seen it and would like a copy I would be glad to send it to you.

Added by Anon Genealogist on Jan 09, 2015 5:32 AM

Rich D.
RE: Martha Lane Cunard Clare Fitz
Hi Maryanne, that was my first visit to Green cemetery. I really hate to tell you this, but this cemetery was a DISASTER. I don't think it's been taken care of in years. It was VERY sad. The Clares are in a row with 2 Hendricksons. I didn't see a Robert or Elizabeth (your other requests) but there was what looked like a 2 grave gap in the line so maybe they didn't have stones. As for Martha, it was very hard to read, but yes, there were dates. Feb 25, 18?? and May 27, 1904. I see you have June 3, 1904 on her memorial. One must be wrong... most likely the stone... you might want to look into that. I'll post another picture of the line of Clares to Martha's memorial for you. In the picture is (from bottom left) Unknown, Catherine, Joseph, Martha, 2 Hendrickson (sorry, I didn't write down the names), then 2 blank spots, and in the upper right of the picture, is William Clare (with the US flag). Let me know if there is anything one else I can help you find!

Added by Rich D. on Sep 27, 2014 10:09 PM

Margaret Orthodox
RE: Pauline Elizabeth Rose
Please log in to Find A Grave and resubmit your transfer requests through the Correction Requests. It makes it a lot easier for me that way.
Best regards,

Added by Margaret Orthodox on Nov 17, 2013 3:02 AM

thank you
Thanks very much for the baptismal record for John Barger - your kindness is appreciated.

Because of the commonness of his name, I am not yet sure it is for this man... I cited censuses on which I found him, but was unsure if it were him in all cases, and one of those cases was where he had the middle initial which matches the one in the baptismal record you found. Not positive it is him, but hope to clarify in time, and thank you for your sharp eye.

Added by sr/ks on Apr 05, 2013 9:54 AM

RE: Isabelle and William Tyler
You are welcome. BTW, we are possibly "shirt-tail" cousins. Charles Tyler, son of Isabelle and William was married to Nettie Sharp, daughter of Samuel C Sharp who was a brother to my great, great grandmother, Lorena E Sharp Saul.

Also, don't know if you know this, the marriage between William and Isabelle was the first marriage in Newfield. I have a pdf of a Newfield History pamphlet from 1891. If you would like a copy of this, please send me an email address.


Deborah Cornatzer

Added by Deb.Corn. on Mar 07, 2013 10:39 AM

Donna Di Giacomo
Agnes Reimel
The slab in the mausoleum gave 1972 as her year of death.

Added by Donna Di Giacomo on Dec 18, 2012 8:37 PM

RE: Louis Edward Reimel and Agnes D Kilgore Reimel
Sending you an email to connect off-line.

Added by M on Oct 17, 2012 9:55 PM

Anna Clare
It's possible that Anna's name is on the stone that is toppled there, it's just hard to tell

Added by oceanmdone on Aug 05, 2012 10:09 PM

Anna Clare
I took a picture of where Anna Clare is located with the family plot. Unfortunately there is no visible headstone for her in B173. Sorry

Added by oceanmdone on Aug 05, 2012 10:08 PM

Bill Grogan
RE: Gimbel Burials at All Saints
Maryanne, my records indicate that there are quite a number of Gimbels and Horts buried here; still working on an exact count. I'll be glad to keep you updated as I discover the information.

We are, literally, a church yard. No specific signage for the cemetery, just a corner of the back yard here.

Added by Bill Grogan on Jul 07, 2012 12:08 PM

Bill Grogan
Gimbel Burials at All Saints

I can confirm as well that Elizabeth Hort Gimbel is buried here at All Saints. No record of her husband, John. There are two additional Gimbels here: Peter, who died 11-15-1920; and another Elizabeth, who died 11-25-1946. Either of these names register with you?

Bill Grogan

Added by Bill Grogan on Jul 05, 2012 9:12 PM

Sister Sonya
Fulfilled photo request for Alfred but also added Martha (2517811)


Added by Sister Sonya on May 16, 2012 10:12 AM

Margaret Orthodox
RE: Marie Rose, 1888-1952

There are two headstones on the double plot, G-79 and G-80 (G-80 is on the left). Marie is not listed on either of them, so for her memorial, I just put the wide-angle photo of the double plot.

Best regards,

Added by Margaret Orthodox on Apr 21, 2012 12:23 PM


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