|Dave "Tuck" Tucker||RE: Antonio|
You are very welcome.
|Lara||RE: Conrad Schorling|
That would be wonderful, Julia!
I have many old photos of him & some postcards & letters from his girlfriend, Mary O'Sullivan. She perished in the fire as well. They had gone out dancing after attending the BC football game. My grandmother stayed to identify Mary after she had already identified her son. Though I never met him, he was always present.
Thank you again!
Added by Lara on Oct 26, 2015 6:31 AM
My uncle Conrad Schorling who died in the Coconut Grove fire is buried at Hillcrest Park Cemetery in Springfield, MA. His stone is next to that of his mother & near his sister (my mother). Could you add the cemetery information to his memorial? Currently it shows as unknown.
I added a photo of the stone (which should be retaken once I get a chance to get back to clean it up & reshoot). I also linked him to his parents a while ago.
Added by Lara on Oct 24, 2015 9:03 PM
Hello Julia would you mind if I asked to take over Henry's page. I have my Grandparents and Great Grandparents and this would be very nice to add him. Thanks, Michael
|Michael Pitts||Coconut Grove|
Hi, Henri Rivoire #108294073 is my Grandmothers brother. I added his parents to his page. Thanks, Michael (#48635965)
|Tonya ||John Green|
Memorial transferred as per your request. If you want others transferred, please let me know.
Added by Tonya on Sep 10, 2014 7:21 PM
|Leigha Robbins||Naomi B. Younger|
Hi could you attach Naomi Blodgett Younger to Louise Jefferson Blodgett she is a daughter.
You are welcome - it is an interesting project. I will add any photos I stumble upon.
Added by J.O. on Nov 25, 2013 10:14 PM
|Anita K||Robert Noyes|
Hi there! Thanks for the note about Robert Noyes, a victim of the Cocoanut Grove Club fire. I created the memorial after researching my bf's family in the Boston area; they include Noyes surnames in that same area. Googling the name led me to mention of him in Lorraine's story. I found her FindAGrave memorial and realized he didn't have his own... so I made one. Thanks for your efforts; as a designer of commercial spaces I think it's important that we remember these events and the people they effect - so that we can try to make sure history does not repeat.
Added by Anita K on Nov 20, 2013 7:28 AM
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