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Ella Erkes is buried in an unmarked grave next to her sister, Deanah Kolb. (Verified by cemetery staff). Would you like to have a photo her plot?
Added by Wanda on Oct 07, 2015 5:33 PM
|Peg Valenta||RE: St Patrick's Cemetery|
Arlington Heights, IL, a northwest suburb of Chicago
|Peg Valenta||RE: St Patrick's Cemetery|
I hope that you've had a great trip to Hawaii. Actually, my daughter and son-in-law lived on Oahu for two years when he was stationed there. Lovely!
Thanks for answering my question so promptly. I intend to visit St. Patrick's Cemetery sometime in the future, but I couldn't find the location anywhere except for the fact that it is in Marshall County. If you visit there, I would definitely appreciate some pictures.
First of all, I just found out that my 3X great grandparents are buried there along with other relatives. They are: Michael (1798-26 Feb 1892)and Mary McCormick Winters (1806-9 May 1891.) His daughter, Bridget Winters Fagan (1838-1911) and her husband, James Fagan (1833-1908) are also there. Another daughter, Rose Winters Flynn (20 June 1835-11 Mar 1920) is buried there with her husband, Michael Flynn (1814-29 Jul 1884.) Their son, Michael Flynn (22 Jun 1871-22 Dec 1901) is also there.
Those are the relatives that I know of. If there are any other Winters, Flynn's, or Fagan's, I would appreciate a picture and I will research them. I am especially sad that I have not been able to find the burial site of my 2X great grandfather, James (Glenn?) Winters. He is Michael and Mary's son. He was born in Ireland, and I believe that he died around 1875-1880 in Missouri, but all of my research has been for naught. I do not believe that he is buried in St. Patrick's, but I would be thrilled to hear that he was so that I would at least know his burial place.
Thank you very much for your help. If you are not able to take pictures, I certainly understand. If I can just find where the cemetery is located, I will eventually get there to see for myself.
|Peg Valenta||St Patrick's Cemetery|
I am wondering if you can help me determine the location of St. Patrick's Cemetery in Marshall County, IL. I have recently found that my 3X great grandparents, Michael and Mary Winters, and other relatives are buried there.
I had difficulty finding any information on this although I did considerable searching.
Hi. You have a photo request for #21433564 Sonna Birnbaum. This is a 365 acre cemetery so you will need to get her plot info by calling 217-789-2340. Without plot info, graves are impossible to find. When you get the info, please send it to the memorial manager for addition to her memorial so that it shows up on the request page. OR, you can let me know. I will be happy to go look but plot info is a must. Thanks.
Added by BjJ on Jul 15, 2015 7:39 AM
|charlene towsley||Frank Munson Parker|
Would you please add father #140089353 mother #102977797
|CABrown||Justin and Sarah Butters|
These request have been on quite awhile now, why don't you call the cemetery to find their location and if they have stones?
Added by CABrown on Dec 05, 2014 7:21 AM
|CABrown||Justin and Sarah Butters|Added by CABrown on Dec 05, 2014 7:20 AM
|Tombstone Treasures||RE: William McKenzie|
I too have been seeking information on William as I haven't been able to find him in the DAR online; however, with that being said, I have found information from the former Westport Historian, Betty White, that William was indeed a Revolutionary War Sergeant in the 14th Regiment; he was also taken prisoner at Crown Point.
If you know anything about the Revolutionary War, one of the first main battles in late 1775 was the "Battle of Quebec", which was a decisive British victory.
Going on the clue of 14th regiment, I am thinking he was in the Continental Army. He could've been part of Morgan's Riflemen or under the command of Benedict Arnold (yes, he was a Colonel before deemed a traitor). About 300-400 men were taken prisoner and remained so until January 1777. William married Deborah Towner in 1782 in Quebec.
Anyway, I am waiting to hear from the Champlain Chapter of the DAR as this information is supposed to be in their books.
When I receive information from Westport's current historian I will let you know.
Are you a descendant of the McKenzie's?
Patricia Long/Tombstone Treasures
|Windi Spears||mary moore|
i was at sand hill again today and searched for your mary moore. the only thing that would maybe designate her headstone close to her husband is a rock in the ground. as far as a headstone with a name or anything there isnt one. i am sorry but alot of people that are ressting at sand hill only have a marker that is a sandstone. windi
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