|Sheila Cooper (#47220776)|
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I have been interested in geneology for as long as I can remember. I live in Michigan and am a practicing attorney. I have three sons and three beautiful granddaughters. UPDATE>> First grandson born December 19, 2010!!!|
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|Mary Ann Adragna Nance||Emma Grillo|
My name is Mary Ann Adragna Nance. I was trying to locate my great grandfathers' siblings. His name was Vito Adragna. My search has lead me to here. I believe that Emma was Emma Adragna, one of Vito's sisters. If you happen to have any information on her, it would be greatly appreciated. I love genealogy too, especially my own. Thanks very much.
|Marie C||RE: CORCORAN|
Thank you so much!!! And thank you for taking care of it SO quickly! As far as I know there were no children born after Peter. I will keep searching perhaps we'll find his resting place one day : )
Thanks so much again,
Added by Marie C on Jan 18, 2015 7:28 PM
|Dana Dancy||John Travers - Memorial# 78628139|
Thank you for adding gravestone photos. I added his full obits to his memorial.
|Wendy & John Corcoran||Buried or broken headstone?|
Morning Sheila, Thank you so much for helping to preserve our families.
Do you remember if this headstone was broken or buried?
Rosina Klop, photo by Sheila Cooper, 8 Nov 2012, for Find A Grave Memorial # 46157215
Thank you and enjoy this weekend, Wendy
|Nancy Ritter Rau||RE; Norma P. Clous (#74803305)|
Thanks for linking her with her parents.
By the way, her middle name is Pauline and maiden name, Webster.
Thanks for all you have done for findagrave.
Nancy Ritter Rau
PS I would be especially interested if her husband, John, is buried there? Or if you have any info as to when he died? I know it was sometime between 1851-1870 in Michigan or Canada.
Added by Marie C on Jan 15, 2015 12:41 AM
WOW!! Thank you so much for this photo! We live SO far and would never have it without volunteers like you : ) I love the "Grandma!"
Also, from the lot pic, it looks like there are many other Corcoran graves there! Did you happen to take pics of any of them?? The only I can really read at all are Martha Nester and Charlie (Charles Peter.) If you did I'd be happy to add them and site you as the source??
Thank you so much again for your time!
Added by Marie C on Jan 15, 2015 12:37 AM
|Mary Kathryn Dworin||Thank you for Kersten gravestones|
Sheila, Thank you so much for the gravestones of Julius and Catherine Kersten. He owned a bar on Potter Street around the early 1900s. Both Catherine and Julius had wheelchairs. Their house is on Carlisle St. In the First Ward, and is one of the old ones left. She was of the Fitzgerald family, all of whom worked on the train or kitchens of the Pierre Marquette Railroad, and her parents and my great grandparents were Edmund and Ann Fitzgerald from Ireland who lived at the corner of Potter and Third across from the railroad Station. Their house is still there. Mary Dworin
|Margaret oldacre||grave picture.|
thank you for the picture of my Multi-Handi-capped Murdered BABY BOY,james oldacre (2 nd).Grave marker.margo1515.
Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to you Sheila, my Find A Grave friend! Let me hear from you!
Added by KATHY on Dec 25, 2014 10:41 AM
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