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Bill Parker (#47223243)
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Donna Dinstel
RE: Eugenie Nadaud
The Archdiocese has reliable records from 1900, before that, there was a fire and many records were destroyed by fire or water. The only record on many are the markers that remain.
Added by Donna Dinstel on May 28, 2016 7:33 PM
Donna Dinstel
RE: Eugenie Nadaud
Louis Nadaud born 1805, I couldn't read the year of death, but the day and month are November 3. I hope to determine the year on my next trip.
Save our Cemeteries is an organization that was formed in the 70 or 80s when the Archdiocese wanted to demolish wall vaults in Square 2 of Saint Louis #2 Cemetery. They now are restoring tombs in several of the major NO cemteries. I didn't get any help from the Archdiocese with information about SL 2. In my searching of the internet, I found, Save Our Cemeteries has plats of several NO cemeteries. I have concentrated on the plat for SL 2, because I have been photographing it for the past 2 years. The plat has many errors, but it is better than nothing.
This is the website for the plat for the Beck crypt, where Eugenia is probably intered.
https://s3.amazonaws.com/SOC_Images/StL2_Sq2_Map.pdf
This is the website for Save our Cemeteries
http://www.saveourcemeteries.org
I hope I can go back soon and try again for Eugenia, I am hoping she is the name below Louis. In real life, you can see a name, in the pix for Louis, you can't see much below his name.
The Archdiocese is reported to have volunteers that will send information about interment records, but it is not reliable. Another FindaGrave member requested info 2-3 months ago and still haven't received it.
I just love SL 2 and want to document it's occupants before the crypts and markers are lost forever. Most of the crypts in Saint Louis #2 are in bad shape, many do not have markers anymore and many have been demolished. I have found that 1/3 of the people in a crypt were never engraved on exterior markers. Getting an interment record from the Archdiocese may be the only way you can find Eugenia. I will look for the one illegible name next time I go. But for that, an interment record might let you know if she is there. I have not come across the name Nadaud anywhere else in the cemetery. There are quite a few illegible markers, so nothing is definite. :)
Added by Donna Dinstel on May 28, 2016 7:22 PM
Donna Dinstel
RE: Eugenie Nadaud
Jacques Nadaud and Louis Nadaud are in the same crypt, the plot description according to the Save our Cemeteries plat is the Beck Crypt at
SOC plat Square 2 St Louis Aisle (Center Alley) G 19.
Added by Donna Dinstel on May 27, 2016 6:30 PM
Donna Dinstel
RE: Eugenie Nadaud
I attached a pix to her by accident, I don't know if Eugenie is in that cypt. I thought I unattached the picture when I realized what I did. I had a long line of people in the crypt, including her husband and Louis Nadaud. Louis Nadaud is on the marker plate that has been laid flat on the ground in front of the crypt. There is a name below that, but is not legible on the picture I have. Next time, I will attempt to get the name, it may be her. I am sorry I messed up your request, please rerequest the pix, in case someone else finds it before I get back there. I suspect she is there. Have you seen the interment records for that crypt? If not, someone told me the Archdiocese will send you one for $12. I use the Save our Cemeteries plat for plot descriptions. Sorry again, I will keep it on my list.
Added by Donna Dinstel on May 27, 2016 6:26 PM
Judith Nan Lewis
RE: Lewis
Hi Bill,

Thank you for the transfers. I appreciate your kindness so much in doing that for me.

Until Later.... God Bless,
Judith

Added by Judith Nan Lewis on Apr 22, 2016 3:51 PM
Judith Nan Lewis
RE: Lewis
Hi Bill,

Thank you for letting me know that you'll transfer them back.

I also wanted to thank you for your kindness in offering to do that for me.

Until Later.......God Bless,
Judith
Added by Judith Nan Lewis on Apr 20, 2016 10:07 PM
Rose & Dale Svitak
RE: Harvey Pike,Mary Lathrop
You are very welcome. I am sorry I was not able to find Robert Pike d1821.
There were many markers which due to age are unreadable. Usually very difficult before 1856.
Added by Rose & Dale Svitak on Apr 13, 2016 10:17 AM
Skeeter
RE: Alton Howlett
Hi Mr Parker
Husband and I took the request from the list and "fulfilled" it as usual.
As a member yourself you know how it works. I don't know how they came through as your request.
Must be some kind of bug.???

Skeeter
Added by Skeeter on Apr 11, 2016 2:22 PM
Melody Roswell
Elizabeth Morse
Bill,
Thank you so much for the transfer of her memorial to me. I am honored.

Melody Morse-Roswell.
Added by Melody Roswell on Apr 07, 2016 6:33 PM
Judith Nan Lewis
George Lewis and Sarah (Thacher) Lewis
Hi Bill,

I had received the information that my John C. Lewis (1740 Halifax Co., VA - 1830 Spotsylvania Co., VA) was the son of George Lewis and Catherine (Morgan)Crawford Lewis)from my cousin, who has also researched on our family for many many years. He also gave me the names of George Lewis's parents and grandparents and great-grandparents and so forth.

Since I felt sure this information was correct, I proceeded to research it further and found the memorial you had for George Lewis, son of Ebenezer Lewis and Anna (Lothrop) Lewis.

It wasn't until after you had transferred the memorial of George Lewis to me, that I learned my cousin had gotten his information off Google.com.

After researching this family myself, I am certain that our John C. Lewis is not a son of George Lewis and Catherine (Morgan) Crawford Lewis and that he is not in this family line.

I have corrected the memorial of George Lewis (April 05, 1704 Barnstable Co., Massachusetts - July 06, 1757 Barnstable Co., Massachusetts) and I have also added information to Sarah (Thacher) Lewis's memorial. All the information on both memorials are from my own research, and the sources are from England and Massachusetts, Birth, Marriage, and Death Records and one source from "Mayflower Births and Deaths, Vol. 1 and 2", which can be found on Ancestry.com.

I am transferring both memorials back to you, as you put a lot of time and effort into walking the cemetery and taking photos(also there is an expense in traveling to the cemetery). The photos on George and Sarah (Thacher) Lewis's memorials are wonderful photos and I know when their family members find their memorials, they will be thrilled to find the photos. I know I was, when I thought George Lewis was my relative.

Until Later.....God Bless,
Judith
Added by Judith Nan Lewis on Mar 23, 2016 1:34 PM
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