|Patricia Gaquin (#46808562)|
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Family Genealogist which has led to a cemetery 'addiction'... |
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|Michelle||RE: ps: Sullivan in Fresno|
The Sullivan's in Fresno are not related to myself. My Sullivan's come from the South Dakota/ Illinois area. The ones in Fresnos are ones I found through my volunteer work. Glad I was able to help you locate a new cousin.
Added by Michelle on Jun 05, 2015 3:01 PM
|Dana G||RE: Jas Richard Walsh - 105292238|
You're very welcome! Yes, it took quite a bit of research and triple-checking the area to make sure I had the right place. I'm so sorry that there wasn't a marker there.
The "flower" idea actually was introduced to me by another Find A Grave member, Gerry Jean. Holy Cross is packed with interments that have no headstone. I thought it was a great way to show the location, so I copied it!
Added by Dana G on Jun 01, 2015 6:30 PM
|Barbara Blankenship||Francis McGonagle|
Thank you for the photo of Francis McGonagle's grave stone.
|Thomas Murray||May Eliza Davey|
Thank you for your efforts with these photos. I am out of state and do not get down that way very often, so the help is appreciated. Also, thanks for setting up Albert's memorial. I had a feeling they would be buried together. Again, thank you for your time.
I was very shocked and saddened to hear about the vandalism that occurred at Colebrook last week. Why would any teenager (and I assume it was kids) do such a malicious thing? Was it just for kicks? If so, they are sick. Hopefully the perpetrators will be found and punished. Thank goodness the town & DPW rallied, donations were made, so the stones have been repaired.
Added by Sabu on Jan 16, 2015 10:05 AM
I am just speechless....I was out all morning and just checked my E-Mail. As you know, my four tombstone photo requests were just posted last night, and Bam; you apparently were at the cemetery this morning. It doesn't get any better than this. Quite honestly I find this just extraordinary. What was interesting is that there was no marker for Theodore.
I wish I could reciprocate in some way. Nevertheless, please be assured that I most grateful for your efforts.
Added by Sabu on Nov 05, 2014 1:26 PM
|Rick Weaver||RE: Fred Moore|
You're welcome Patricia - I'm always happy to help!
|Diane||RE: Gravestone of Charles A. Smith|
I do show a Charles A. Smith as a son of Henry Clay Smith and Esther (Huffman) Smith. He was 1 year old on the 1870 US Census, but did not appear in the family unit on the 1880 census. Both Henry & Esther are buried in Kosciusko county, Indiana ... which is quite a ways from Greenwood, IN. My branch of the Smith family moved from Kosciusko county to Elkhart county, Indiana. I'm sorry but I have no further information on Charles A. Smith. I hope you can find where the tombstone belongs. That is so sad that vandals would do such a thing.
Added by Diane on May 24, 2014 10:56 AM
|Cindy Massi||RE: Elizabeth Smith Cozart|
Sorry took so long but this is done.
|Dr. Michael Cunningham||John E. Bickford's grave|
Dear Ms. Gaquin,
Thanks very much for providing the photo of John E. Bickford's grave monument!
Did you happen to notice if he has a Grand Army of the Republic (GAR) Post #78 plaque, as well?
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