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Margaret V. "Margi" Ranieri (#47322260)
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Daughter of George Bruno Ranieri, s/o Aurelio and Norina (Leoni) Ranieri, both of Meldola, Forli, Italy and Catherine Elizabeth (Keeshan) Ranieri, d/o John Joseph "Joe" Keeshan of Pintown, Roscrea, Tipperary and Margaret Frances (Conroy) Keeshan of Manhattan, New York. Made their home in Forest Hills, Queens, New York.

John Joseph "Joe" Keeshan is the s/o John Keeshan and Catherine (Quinlisk) Keeshan of Pintown, Roscrea, Co. Tipperary.

Margaret Frances (Conroy) Keeshan is the d/o James Conroy and Elizabeth (Hogan) Conroy of Queens County, Ireland and Manhattan, New York).

Paternal Lineage: Ranieri, Leoni, Amaducci, Biondi, Boshkov, Campbell, Conficoni, Egler, Fabbri, Grassi, Leon, Maroncelli, Pondi, Ruffilli, Ryan, Tabarri

Maternal Lineage: Keeshan, Conroy, Cummins, Hogan, Kehily, Maher, Mealey, Parker, Quinlisk, Schwagerl
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Linda Proudler
LEON, Victor E and wife, Ruth M
Forest Lawn Memorial Gardens North, Pompano Beach, Broward, FL; Plot: Chapel Garden I
#88275486; wife, RUTH M, 1917-2001 is memorial #88275489. My assumption is that these two people are your family.

I'm confused with the name Ruth Cieklinski, 1915-1991. Is this the same as Ruth M? Would you happen to have an obit for them?
Added by Linda Proudler on Oct 19, 2014 4:53 AM
R McHenry
Keeshans in StCronans, Ireland
Margaret,
Wanted to let you know that I added new gravestone photos to most of the Keeshans in St Cronans's Cemetery in Roscrea, Ireland. The markers have been cleaned so they look like new compared to the photos Jim Hunt took in 2010. I took photos several months ago.

Also, the marker in memory of Edward Keeshan has been changed since 2010. Patrick Cummins, father of Katherine Mary Cummins, has been inserted and Katherine Mary moved down. The old wording just had Katherine Mary as Edward and Kathleen's granddaughter.

FYI, you have 2 memorials for Edward (died 1963).

Rolf McHenry
Added by R McHenry on Dec 04, 2013 11:53 PM
Michael Ryley Bradbury
Teresa Stoughton
As noted in the comment section of the photograph, I believe that Teresa is buried next to the grave of William Grassi as she is probably in plot#3 as indicated in the request; William is in Plot #4 and his wife, Rose is in plot#5. We searched the entire cemetery but could not find any markers with "Stoughton".
Added by Michael Ryley Bradbury on Sep 24, 2011 3:44 PM
Floral Designer
RE: Conroy Old St. Raymond Bronx, NY
Glad to help
Added by Floral Designer on Aug 30, 2011 11:11 AM
Floral Designer
Conroy
I just got off the phone with Office. Sandy was her name.. edward and the 4 year old are there
so I'm think elizabeth also..
going out now.. 10 min away and my bank/PO is the next block over.. I will add photo to the rest of them. this way.. no fee need for info..:O) Barb
Added by Floral Designer on Aug 29, 2011 7:15 AM
Floral Designer
Old St Raymonds
Are you sure the rest of them are at Old St Raymonds. Gave you checked with the office..
Please advise..wish there was a grave # in case of Unmarked.. Lots out there.
I will get photo on Monday if ok out there after Irene.. 10 min away.
Barb
Added by Floral Designer on Aug 27, 2011 10:30 AM
Sarah Johnson
John Joseph and Bob Keeshan
Hi Margaret, someone has linked John Joseph Keeshan to Bob Keeshan as his spouse. Weren't they brothers?
Added by Sarah Johnson on Jul 02, 2011 11:43 AM
Lowell Bergeron
RE: Andrew Ranier
You are welcome. It was my pleasure.
Added by Lowell Bergeron on Jun 09, 2011 5:46 AM
Carolyn (Schmidt) Alves
RE: John and Edna Keeshan Memorial Transfers
You're welcome! I'm always happy when the memorials I make find their families!
Take care. -Carolyn
Added by Carolyn (Schmidt) Alves on Apr 02, 2011 5:41 PM
Jim Craig
RE: Dennis Keeshan
Sorry there was not more information - I know how frustrating that can be. However, many of the graves at Calvary are not marked at all. They were originally marked with wooden crosses or something else that just crumbled away with age. Happy ancestor hunting!
Added by Jim Craig on Mar 29, 2011 4:43 AM
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