|John Talieri (#47063998)|
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Currently the technology leader of a global non-profit.|
My primary hobby is genealogy, and I have been primarily working on the Taglieri, Nobile, Morton, Carfagno, Ford, Stewart, Oates, and Silverthorn families history. I have also been working on allied families and helping others as I get the time.
Currently I am focused on the Ortona dei Marsi genealogy from the 1700's until present.
Best way to reach me is Email. I rarely look at the public messages. Its easier for me to follow up on requests, changes, etc, via email and keep track of any open tasks.
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Bonita Olmer, Candy, CWGC/ABMC, daniesq, DM, Genealogy Love, genseeker, gladys gardner, In Search Of, Margo Dunn, Mike Hahn, Tim Murphy
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|BryanB||RE: Oreste, Theresa (nee Esposito) and Lucy Ferrara|
Added by BryanB on Sep 07, 2014 4:09 PM
|Joan Peters||RE: Edits|
Thanks so much for your directions. I will make sure I go to Contributor Tools, Edits and Approve pending edits from now on.
This was a very helpful suggestion so thanks! It always helps to understand the process. Thank you for making me aware of the Contributor Tool portion of Find A Grave.
I went to Contributor Tools, hit edit and saw my edits. I then hit "process pending edits" and found the message "no pending edits to approve."
So, I'm assuming that the edits have been processed. I know some have already been approved because I've seen them on the memorial page.
|Eddie Kennedy||Mary Alice Foster (nee Latimer)|
While searching Find A Grave and searching information regarding George R. Foster, I came across your email address. I am hoping you will and would be able to help us.
We know that George R. Foster's father was George Foster. and his step-mother was Mary Alice Foster (nee Latimer) who is our relative, my great-aunt who was originally from Arichat, Nova Scotia. We've recently attended a Latimer reunion in Arichat and was informed that possibly, Marie Claire Foster, George and Mary Alice Latimer's daughter, has descendants (which is contrary to what we've been told in the past). We have little information about Mary Alice Foster, such as where she is buried, and know nothing about their daughter Marie Claire Foster, except that she was born around 1927.
We truly hope you would be able to shed some light on our inquiry.
|MariCass||Picture of Grave Marker - Taglieri|
Hi. I was looking for headstones at Saint Mary Cemetery, Evergreen Park for Find a Grave requests. I take pictures of veteran's markers, especially those that look un-attended. In Section SW I found and took a pictures of many veterans, one of which is:
Edward J. Taglieri
World War II
Is this your Edward J.? Are you a relative minus the "G"?
Shall I add the picture or would you like me to email it to you?
Added by MariCass on Jul 27, 2014 6:32 PM
|Arthur LePage||Memorial #132431257|
The following is the Obit for him. Please correct the spelling of his first name. I have no explanation for the different middle initial
Mary is his Grandmother and Thomas is probably his mother's brother.
LePage, Scot D.
EAST BOSTON REVERE
Scot D. LePage of East Boston unexpectedly July 7, 20 year old cherished son of Richard D. LePage Sr. and Diane (Campagna) LePage of East Boston. Loving father of Scot D. LePage Jr. Dear brother of Richard D. Jr. and Joshua LePage. Adored grandson of Thomas Campagna and the late Mary (McCormick) Campagna and William and Helen (Sheehan) LePage of East Boston. Funeral from Vazza's EAST BOSTON Funeral Home, 11 Henry Street (Opp Mav Sta) Wednesday morning at 8 AM followed by a Mass of Christian Burial in the Sacred Heart Church, Brooks Street, East Boston at 9 AM. Family and friends may visit Tuesday 4 to 8 PM. Interment Woodlawn Cemetery, Everett.
|Janna Felix||Requesting Management|
William Henry McKee 63547051
Hestor Ann Kerns McKee 63893699
Bartholomew McKee 31489704
Mary Elizabeth Grove McKee 31489747
3rd and 4th Great Grandparents
|JohnDiCiccoIII||John P. DiCicco - Mt. Hope Cemetary|
Thank you John for posting and adding my grandfather to this site. I updated your with a picture.
John DiCicco, Jr.
|Kelly Waterman||Thank you|
Thanking you for your Many Contributions!
Pvt. Fred Altieri is listed as a victim of the Cocoanut Grove nightclub fire. He was a resident of Brighton. His death records came from the Chelsea Naval Hospital. For more information about this disaster: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/lv?key=0ArfhLVSlEWB1dDZIamtwZnYwQUVpVlVLUmRuY3BqeUE
Thank you for your work!
|Arena/Albano Historian||Thank you|
Thank you so much
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