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Hello, This site has been a tremendous library for me and is helping me track down long deceased relatives & other people of interest. |
I am familiar with the resting places within New Haven County. Drop me a line if I can be of any assistance.
I Have an interest in Fair Haven as well as immigrants from Italy who settled in the New York, New Haven area.
I also try to pay tributes to all my Brother & Sister Officers who persished either in the line-of-duty or natural causes.
What began as a family entity has now evolved into a passion.
If you find one of your friends or relatives that I have posted and would like me to add a bio for that person, I would be more than happy to add it here.
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|Pat M.||Fannie Ludington ONION|
You're very welcome!
The mystery I'm trying to figure out is how she is connected to the PINDELLs in Maryland. Why else would she be buried with my ancestors?
Added by Pat M. on Feb 09, 2015 3:25 AM
|Pat M.||Fannie Ludington ONION|
I came across a mystery, which might also be someone else's "brick wall".
I found burial records for Fannie Ludington ONION in Maple Area, Lot 32, of Green Mount Cemetery, Baltimore, Maryland. She is buried with my PINDELL ancestors but it is unclear how she is related to the PINDELLs.
Subsequent research turned up that she is the daughter of Jane Adeline (BALL) Ludington and John Bliss Ludington. She was also involved with the Daughters of the American Revolution and her son, George Franklin ONION, was a member of the Sons of the American Revolution.
If anyone is searching for Fannie Ludington ONION and is wondering where she "disappeared" to, I know where she is now.
Added by Pat M. on Feb 01, 2015 6:48 AM
Thanks much for trying to find the stone!
Added by JudiT on Oct 21, 2014 7:31 PM
|John G. Hall||Memorial# 83106885|
Thank you for your photo!
Thank you very much for the photo of the grave of Samuel Whittlesey. I appreciate you doing this.
|Bob R||George Finney|
Thanks for taking the excellent photos, it's much appreciated.
Added by Bob R on Sep 20, 2014 8:37 PM
|Frances Slater||Westville Cemetery, New Haven, New Haven, Conn.|
Thank you so much for the tombstone picture for George and Edna Griswold. Your efforts qr3 greatly appreciated.
|Jan Franco||RE: 11820669|
thanks, I sent her a message to delete.
|M. Johnson||RE: Rosenquist's|
Henry died July 23, 1988, Plainville, CT
Margaret died Aug 6, 1988, New Britain, CT.
Per Connecticut Death Index, 1949-2001 on ancestry.
Both in Hartford County
Hope this helps some. Again Thanks, MJ
I'm looking for the cemetery for -
Henry O. Rosenquist 1917-1988 and his wife
Margaret I. Rosenquist 1922-1988
They lived in New Britain, Hartford, CT.
Neither ancestry or familysearch has a cemetery listing. Maybe you have local knowledge.
Thank you for your time. Henry and Margaret are my husbands God-parents and we have lost touch. MJ
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