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Roibeard (#47503199)
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Bio Photo I concentrate on Holy Sepulchre Cemetery in NJ which does not freely permit the taking of photos.

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Loveid Genealogy Project
RE: Lenahans at St Mary's Cemetery
Michael Martin Lenahan (1899-1927), son of Michael E & Mary Ducey Lenahan was married to a distant cousin of mine, Gladys Irene Williams. They were married March 1919 in Luzerne County, separated in April 1919, but not formally divorced until Jun 1921. They had one son, Robert Evan Lenahan, born 21 June 1919. As far as I know, thatís the only connection my family had to the Lenahan clan. But, if I run across any additional Lenahans, especially Helen Conrad, Iíll be in touch. Thanks. Debbie
Added by Loveid Genealogy Project on Nov 27, 2015 10:36 AM
Jo Anne Snow
Jonas Clark
Do you know the relationship between Abraham Clark and Jonas Clark? You took a photo of their graves which is posted at:

Thank you.
Added by Jo Anne Snow on Nov 27, 2015 8:48 AM
Spiezio headstone
Thank you so much for this headstone photo.
Added by Debbie on Nov 26, 2015 9:57 PM
April Holt
RE: chelbowski
Oh yes, I understood what you wrote. Its just the last name is just so confusing. I actually have papers that have the last name of at least 5 different ways of spelling it. It gives me a headache, but when i find the last name being spelled in so many ways, I kind of question everything. But thank you again for making it clear, I did understand though what you meant :)
Have a good Thanksgiving
Added by April Holt on Nov 26, 2015 1:42 PM
Loveid Genealogy Project
RE: Lenahans at St Mary's Cemetery
Greetings, Mary Ducey Lenahanís birth & death info can be found on Pennsylvania death cert #107522. Itís also available in her obit (The Wilkes-Barre Record, 30 Nov 1937, page 11). I have posted both documents to my family tree, Loveid Genealogy Project, on If you donít have access to Ancestry, I would be happy to shoot you the death cert via email so you can confirm the changes.
Michael Lenahanís info can be found on Penn death cert #117978. His death cert as well as his obit is also posted to my family tree on ancestry. Thanks
Added by Loveid Genealogy Project on Nov 24, 2015 6:29 PM
April Holt
Thank you very much. I never knew it could be spelled with a SZ in the last name. This will help me further my study. Thank you very much again
Added by April Holt on Nov 23, 2015 11:44 AM
Spiezio headstone
Hello, you took a photo for one of the Spiezos today. I added William and then requested a photo for him. If you add your photo you have already taken, you'll then get the photo credit.
Thank you,
Added by Debbie on Nov 22, 2015 7:39 PM
RE: Grossos and Grassos at Holy Sepulchre Cemetery
Hello, please feel free to do whatever you'd like. I appreciate your diligent work!
Added by Debbie on Nov 22, 2015 7:27 PM
Carol Parks
RE: George and Augusta Davenport at Holy Sepulchre Cemetery
WOW!! Thank you so much. That is really great. I had requested that to be done many years ago but since I don't live in the vicinity I didn't realize it had been done. They are my grandparents. Thanks again!! I will have to check my records but I may put in a request for others. Thank you for offering to do that.
Added by Carol Parks on Nov 22, 2015 10:30 AM
Ricciardi Family
Thank you so much for allowing me to see my Great Grand Uncles monument. Your time and efforts are very much appreciated!
J Amendolare
Added by JA-BXNY on Nov 22, 2015 9:53 AM
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