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I Live in Dublin City,Ireland and have an interest in genealogy. I live near Glasnevin Cemetery in Dublin and would be happy to take any Photographs of graves there. I visit Co Donegal and Co Derry also, so any cemetery in that area. |
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|Tina reilly||mary bennett/ Mulreany graves|
Thank you so much for getting the photo for me of both graves you were very quick.
Its such a pity there wasnt a Headstone. They family were well off so cant understand why no headstone was erected. I hope to put a small plaque with all the names on it as soon as i can.
|claire harrison||thanks you|
A big thank you so much for doing this my family have never been to the grave of their grandfather and knew nothing about his family you have giving them the chance to find out about their past, you are a wonderful kind person thank you for taking the time to do this. We will be forever grateful.
|Fay Carmichael||RE: Margaret Fullerton Dunlop|
I'm afraid it's the wrong Margaret Dunlop. The year is correct and they lived on the same street at one time. But the maiden name and place of birth are wrong.
We thought the family were all buried there since they lived just a few blocks away. I'm beginning to suspect they may all be back in Co Donegal!
Thank you so much for the effort - much appreciated. My mother was named for Margaret Ann Robinson Dunlop.
|Cathy and Tim Sheffler||RE: Sr Augustine McMenamin|
I apologize for not getting the picture sooner. I'd been in the area a few times, but just wasn't sure exactly where the cemetery was. Now I know. :-)
|Jeffhc||Headstone - Jack Carroll|
Michael - thank you very much for the photos of Jack Carroll's headstone in Glasvenin cemetery. Your assistance is much appreciated!
All the best,
Added by Jeffhc on Jul 17, 2014 3:55 PM
|Once-Removed Genealogy||RE: Rogers grave|
Thank you so much for the picture, I will pass it on to my mother, who has been wanting to know about her great grandmother.
I am not surprised there is no headstone, I do think the family was in dire straights at the time, based on some of the information I have found.
If you ever need a picture in New Jersey USA please let me know.
|ohSunnyOne||RE: Graves and Eustace, Donnybrook Cemetery, Dublin|
Thank you so much, Michael, for the lovely photos. Donnybrook looks like a very peaceful place to visit, all green with ivy everywhere. Unfortunately, it also looks like the ivy is gradually eroding the inscriptions on the stones it covers :( So it's a very good thing that transcriptions exist (taken by the local historical society, avail on the web) to help people decipher what remains. :)
All the best, =]) Beth, in Canada
|Julie Kane||Finn Grave|
Thank you so much for photographing the Finn grave for me. I am on the other side of the Atlantic Ocean, so it means a great deal to be able to view a relative's final resting place. -- Best wishes, Julie
|Annemarie Healy||RE: Denis Caulfield Heron.|
Already ? That is brilliant and if I am correct I already know what is in the Latin text about the death of his wife, Latin is no problem for me no need to translate
You are fabulous
|Tracy||Theobald (Matthew) Dunne|
Dear Michael, thank you so much for taking photos of the grave of my husband's grandparents (Matthew & Margaret Dunne) and a special thank you for leaving those lovely roses for them. Your kindness is much appreciated!
Sadly, my husband never got to meet his paternal grandparents before their deaths, but to see the place where they rest is just lovely.
Thank you so very much!
Tracy Dunne :o)
Added by Tracy on Jun 25, 2014 12:36 AM
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