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mmx (#47688961)
 member for 4 years, 5 months, 27 days
Ali Macdonald
Bartley McGarvey
Hi
I was wondering what the source of information was for the above named who is shown as the son of Bernard Mcgarvey and Rose Dougan in Northern Ireland along with 13 siblings?

Bartley/Bartholomew McGarvey lived in the Tyrone part of Northern Ireland.
Thanks

Ali MacDonald

Added by Ali Macdonald on Apr 11, 2016 12:52 PM

Jenny Gormley
Gormley
Hello,
You have posted information regarding a family named gormley from Omagh.
They are my husbands family the only member of the family Patrick who is my husbands father has no death date.
You posted unknown burial in 2012. Can I ask is that the year he died and do you have any idea of where he may have died.

Thanks

Added by Jenny Gormley on Mar 17, 2016 1:27 AM

Peter Browne
Glenock, Newtownstewart
Hello. You have contributed a lot of valuable information about the O'Neill family interred in Glenock which leads me to believe you have personal knowledge of some of that extended family. My mother Jane Browne (O'Neill) is mentioned. I would be delighted to share my research with you if it pleases you.
Peter

Added by Peter Browne on Jan 27, 2016 4:34 PM

Loopy Lass
A request for help!
Hi mmx, I noticed that you have taken some photos at Ballymacilroy RC Cemetery. Do you live near there? The reason I ask, is I'm wanting to find someone that could travel to Glenhoy Presbyterian Churchyard to take a photo of my ancestors graves. I looked at google maps and see that it is a 12 min drive between those cemeteries. If you live near the area, would you please consider travelling to Glenhoy for me? I have contacted the church via email but have had no response, and am trying to think outside the box :) I have set up a Glenhoy Presbyterian Church page, and done photo requests with all the details. http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=cr&CRid=2526498&CScn=glenhoy&
All 6 people listed are mine and the way I understand it is they're buried in 2 graves (which should be next to each other). Hopefully you live near there (else I would've just written a novel). Thanks, Linda

Added by Loopy Lass on Jun 04, 2015 8:53 AM

Susanne D
RE: Laurence Carey
Please send these via the edit mode. Thanks.

Added by Susanne D on Mar 10, 2015 9:26 AM

Stephen Keefe
RE: Noah and Jane Louise Hurd
Hi mmx;
I just finished entering all of the 'missing' gravestones at Worton Union Cemetery, including creating links where I can. Lots of Hurds, Meekins, Usiltons in this lot of new memorials. Thanks again for your help. Merry Christmas! Steve Keefe

Added by Stephen Keefe on Dec 24, 2014 8:22 AM

Stephen Keefe
RE: Noah and Jane Louise Hurd
Hi mmx;
I rejected a linkage you suggested for Noah and Jane Louise (Meekins) Hurd at an unidentified burial location because there are records of their interment at Worton Union cemetery in Worton. Their interment is documented in 'Tombstoning in Kent County, Volume 4" but they don't have gravestones any longer. They did in 1978. Over the holidays, I will add listings for all of the Worton interments in 'Tombstoning' that don't have gravestones, and also document the source of the info. I will also create links where I can. Thanks for suggesting improvements to these memorials! Steve Keefe

Added by Stephen Keefe on Dec 19, 2014 3:47 PM

Richard Wright
RE: Erma Long Schauber
I have added the parents of Erma. I'd prefer you use the edit feature on the memorial for these changes. Click on the edit tab at the top of the memorial and select the option that you want to update, submit the change, and the creator of the memorial receives the update to approve.
Have a happy Holiday Season,
Richard Wright

Added by Richard Wright on Dec 19, 2014 7:05 AM

Stephen Keefe
RE: Schauber
Hi mmx;
I made all of the Schauber linkages you suggested. Thanks for bringing these to my attention. Franklin was my wife's Grandfather. Please let me know if you have any additional information on the Schaubers. Thanks very much. Steve Keefe

Added by Stephen Keefe on Dec 18, 2014 7:32 PM

marynodulman
Gerald Nolan mem#83171722
You seem to have gathered this entire family but don't have a record of where they are buried. this may be a cousin I've been trying to find. Can you tell me the source of your information?

thanks,
mary nodulman

Added by marynodulman on Nov 16, 2014 5:20 PM

Lesley Cameron
Bernard Magrath
Just wondering if your related to Bernard McGrath

Added by Lesley Cameron on May 24, 2014 11:00 PM

Anonymous
Wilmington Area
Thank you for your fine work on Wilmington area cemeteries.

Added by Anonymous on Jan 19, 2014 6:07 PM

Kieran Grimes
James & Grace Cleary
Hello,

I hope you're well and that you don't mind me contacting you. I'm looking for any photos of my maternal grandparents: James & Grace Cleary, who lived in Beragh. Would you have any, or be able to point me in the right direction?

Regards,

Kieran Grimes
grimes.kieran@gmail.com

Added by Kieran Grimes on Jan 13, 2014 7:17 AM

A. Williams
McGurk Family
Hello, 1st of all THANK YOU SOOOOOO MUCH

You have Michael McGurk and then quite a few of his family members.

Would you please tell me where you received some of your information.

I'm 99% sure this is my family. most of the information matches to what i have except for Arthur McGurk's Wife. Her name was/is Margaret Mullan.

Arthur and Margaret McGurk are my 3rd great grandparents

Also do you live in Northern Ireland, and do you help with other information findings or no.

Thanks again from the family across the waters.

Added by A. Williams on Dec 31, 2013 7:15 PM

Steve Smith
Charles John Mullin
Greetings

You have created a cemetery that doesn't exist for this person when he is buried in the Awanui Cemetery New Plymouth.
Block 16, Plot 283

Kind regards

Added by Steve Smith on Oct 17, 2013 1:48 AM

Carolyn Sutherland
Beragh Kerrs/Owens
Firstly I would like to thank you for your contributions to find a grave,its amazing help being on the other side of the world.
I am trying to find the Kerr's of Beragh and I was sure they would have been in the Beragh RC cemetary.Elizabeth owens married Joseph Kerr who is the brother of my great great grandfather who came out to New Zealand and is buried here in New Zealand.
The 522 graves at the Beragh cemetary was that all of the graves there??.Josephs parents were Francis kerr and Catherine(Harvey) Kerr,if you have come across any of theese Kerr graves your help would be much appreciated.Thanks for your Time Carolyn(Kerr) Sutherland

Added by Carolyn Sutherland on Feb 24, 2013 1:07 AM

Mac Aoidh
McGillions of Co. Tyrone
Hello,

I found your listed for the Michael McGillion and Elizabeth Daly of Co. Tyrone, and had a few questions.

Would you have any idea if their son James (b. 1867) married an Annie McCullagh in 1890 (marriage registered in Strabane)?

Or, would you know whether daughter Mary (b. 1869) emigrated to the U.S.? An unmarried Mary McGillion appears on several U.S. Censuses from that period, living as a domestic in Philadelphia.

Thanks in advance for your information!

Tim

Added by Mac Aoidh on Dec 16, 2012 7:53 PM

Richard Wright
RE: Schauber family
I really don't have any idea why you sent me this message. I've had nothing to do with any of the
Schauber family members you mentioned, therefor I cannot connect nor do any maintenance to their memorials.
Richard Wright

Added by Richard Wright on Aug 12, 2012 3:37 PM

Helena
Saint Patrick's Roman Catholic Graveyard
Hi, probably a stupid question but is the entries you have for Saint Patrick's Roman Catholic Graveyard the old graveyard or the new church up the road with an adjoining graveyard. I want to add my aunt & uncle for the new graveyard and want to make sure before I add a new church

Added by Helena on Jul 16, 2012 4:51 PM

Krystal Wilson
Sarah Ann McDermott Balwin
#74550203, info added

Added by Krystal Wilson on May 27, 2012 6:57 PM

geoffrey gillon
RE: Other
many thanks-I will get that fixed; there are perhaps too many rules on findagrave for anyone to read, but I imagine that contributors are expected to notify the admins if a mistake is made.

I think this is one of yours too?

Killyclogher Roman Catholic Cemetery.


The problem with leaving these open on the system is that someone will come along and use it-and then it is a nightmare to merge duplicated cemeteries.Believe me-this happens often! We even get people creating a new cemetery because they don't want their records mixed up with others.

Added by geoffrey gillon on Feb 05, 2012 8:29 AM

geoffrey gillon
Other
is this really the name of the cemetery? You seem to have created a few new locations which are empty-are they to be used?

Added by geoffrey gillon on Feb 05, 2012 1:53 AM

 
 

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