|Davine Harding (#47364755)|
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|Laurel Luscher Manning||Gertrude Feldpausch|
You are very welcome for the photo. I just realized that there were very old photo requests in St. Mary's Cemetery and thought they deserved to be fulfilled.
|Ace||Paul Vitalis Feldman|
Hi! I have posted photos for him previously, and I have reposted one of the photos that I took to fulfill your photo request.
There are no individual grave markers for the priests and brothers listed on the grave marker shown. There is only this one central marker in the area where they are all buried.
If you have any questions in regards to this information, please let me know. Ace
Added by Ace on Sep 28, 2014 4:32 AM
|Susan Wojtowicz||Evelina Blackmore|
There are a lot of Blackmores in Gallatin Cemetery. Here is the list. I just moved here and haven't been there yet but let me know how many of these you want and I'll see what I can do.
Section A Row 6 BLACKMORE, Julia Evelina Dau of Dr. J. A. & Evelina 17 Feb 1829 - 7 Apr 1844
Section A Row 6 BLACKMORE, Mrs. Martha Ann Wife of Dr. J. A. Blackmore Born Gallatin 2 Feb 1811
Section A Row 6 BLACKMORE, David Son of W. & R. J. Blackmore Died 23 Sep 1836 Aged 18 mos 27 days )
Section A Row 6 BLACKMORE, Dr. James A. 28 Aug 1800 - 1 Jun 1863
Section A Row 6 BLACKMORE, Gen. W. M. 7 Feb 1803 - 28 Nov 1853 )
Section A Row 6 BLACKMORE, George Dawson 2 May 1843 - 31 Dec 1891
Section A Row 6 BLACKMORE, Mrs. Evelina Wife of James A. Blackmore 15 May 1809 - 12 Jan 1833
Section A Row 6 BLACKMORE, Letitia Allen Dau of J. A. & M. A. Blackmore 5 May 1833 - 20 Mar 1836
Section A Row 6 BLACKMORE, Rachael Barry Wife of W. M. Blackmore 23 Aug 1812 - 14 Jun 1843 )
Section A, Row 3 BLACKMORE, William M. - 5 May 1846 - 4 Oct 1930
Section A, Row 3 BLACKMORE, Mary E. - 1 Feb 1849 - 23 Mar 1939
Section B, Row 11 BLACKMORE, James W. - 1843 - 1914)
Section B, Row 11 BLACKMORE, Lola - 1868 - 1963 )
Section B, Row 14 BLACKMORE, Bettie - 1879 - 1957
Section B, Rows 1 & 2 BLACKMORE, Matilda A. - 26 Apr 1839 - 16 Mar 1932
Section B, Rows 1 & 2 BLACKMORE, Jewel - Dau of Will & Ivy Blackmore - 8 Dec 1904 - 10 Dec 1909
Section B, Rows 1 & 2 BLACKMORE, Ivey W. - 1880 - 1969
Section B, Rows 1 & 2 BLACKMORE, Wm. H. - 1876 - 1934
Section B, Rows 1 & 2 BLACKMORE, W. Harold - 1908 - 1972
|Ace||Florence Feldman at St. Mary's Cemetery|
Hi! Photos posted for her.
Charles F. Feldman, 7-25-1885 - 11-25-1964
If you add a photo request for him I will post the photos that I took of his grave marker.
Added by Ace on Aug 24, 2014 6:14 AM
|Eldred Pickett||RE: Joseph Schmitz|
You're welcome! I hope you're able to find the right person...
|Laurel Luscher Manning||Anna Smith|
You are welcome. I am trying to get photos of the entire cemetery so if there are more you need just let me know.
|Eldred Pickett||RE: Gertrude and Michael Schmitz|
You're very welcome! Sorry they weren't the family you were looking for...
Hi! I will attempt to photograph this grave for you within the next couple of weeks. Please do not expect to see very much on the headstone as most of these are very worn, discolored, or both.
Things to know: This cemetery is all but abandoned. Although they cut the grass and occasionally remove the grass/weeds/brush from around the graves markers, there is almost no maintenance on the grave markers themselves. There are also many flat grave markers that are covered with dirt.
How do I know all of this? I am probably the only person who regularly visits here. I have documented the layout of the cemetery, and I know that there are about 2,185 graves here (yes, I counted them all, but there should be 2,189 graves). I am still trying to determine where the missing four graves are located.
I am hoping/praying that I will be given access to the complete cemetery records within the next couple of weeks. This will enable me to better assist everyone who would like to know more about their relatives or friends buried here. It is a huge project that really needs to be completed.
Please let me know if you have any questions regarding this information.
Added by Ace on May 14, 2014 3:39 PM
Dear Madam Harding,
I am writting to you from Belgium. My name is Laurent Debailleux and I am doing some genealogy research about my family who emigrated to Westville around 1920. I was looking for Victoria Debailleul Lenfant (1891-1975)who married Arsene Lenfant (brother of Defonse Lenfant)and I see that you may be related with him.
If you are interested, I would be interested to get in touch with you.
Laurent Debailleux (also written Debailleu in USA)
|Sandra O'Rorke||Harriet Dusenbery|
Davine, the headstone for Harriet is broken in two. It has been propped up on both sides with rebar but both sides are difficult to read. I posted the photo of the side that says Harriet, but I will send you the photo of the other side too if you would like.
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