|Cheryl Locher Moonen (#47601076)|
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This has been my hobby for over seven years, started long before I discovered any websites for posting them.|
I find myself concentrating on the older, broken, unreadable tombstones, the ones that, because of layers of mold, lichen and grime, are so obscure that people tend to walk right past them. I get more satisfaction uncovering a lost individual's stone than I do photographing huge monuments that will be around for a thousand years and those more modern ones of the men whose bones have partially disintegrated while still clothed in the everlasting polyester suits that they were buried in!
St. Matthew's Lutheran
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|Leonard Sapone||George A Rohal Sr. 7570684|
I'm not sure if I'm reading the headstones wrong, but it appears the headstones you posted to the above person, don't belong to him?
|Eamon ||RE: Thanks yet again|
No idea really how to express my thanks. I actually have a copy of both David's and the Archbishop's wills. With your help I now can account for all of the family bar one brother William who remains a mystery.
Not sure if any Irish links in your own background but if anything you might want to have a look on this side would be delighted to reciprocate
Added by Eamon on Nov 09, 2016 2:28 AM
|Christine King||Re: Miles A. McNamara|
Thank you so much for the obit for Miles A. McNamara, I added it to his memorial page. That poor family had a lot of tragedy and loss in 1900. I appreciate all the recent corrections you've made for me. Also, thank you for the recent photo you took of the headstone for Ellen McEvoy O'Meara. You have been a great help!
|Gen Genie||Doretta Strohmann Hachmann|
I don't know what happened to my original memorial for her. It somehow morphed into Find A Grave Memorial# 12498149. Is there some way we can merge your memorial and mine? Or do you want to copy all my links into yours and then I can delete mine? or vice-versa.
I have extensive research on this (my) family that I can share with you.
Teresa Corradini #47548489
|Kelly Hunsaker||Joseph Philip Quirin|
Is there any chance that you are related to the Quirin family?
|Eamon ||Thanks yet again|
Just to thank you again Cheryl for taking the trouble to do this - very much appreciated and will share with those Hennessy's still on this side of the pond. Sincere thanks
Added by Eamon on Oct 30, 2016 1:27 PM
|Eamon ||RE: Mary Hennessy died 1895|
Just to mention three of her siblings are also buried there- Michael V, David J and Ellen Hennessy, all unmarried. Michael and Ellen are buried in plots quite close E-7-52 & 49. It may be that Mary is buried somewhere around there. Again my thanks
Added by Eamon on Oct 27, 2016 1:58 PM
|Eamon ||Mary Hennessy died 1895|
Just a brief note of thanks from over here in Ireland. Your entry on Mary Hennessy, died 1895, added a missing line on my family research. I am a descendent of her brother Philip who returned to Ireland. Mary was born in Bulgaden Parish, Limerick Ireland in 1832. I had heard of some connection to Colorado but had no detail until seeing your note.
Added by Eamon on Oct 26, 2016 1:48 PM
|Catherine Biddulph||Belated thank you for photograph (Heiser)|
Dear Cheryl, thank you for photographing the grave of my great, great grand-aunt, who was born Caroline Heiser in about 1856. With many devoutly Catholic ancestors, I had always wondered why none of my aunts, uncles, or cousins seemed to have entered the religious life. Now I know that someone did! Sister Mary de Chantal. Thank you again, and please excuse the delay.
|Geo Clinton||John Heman|
Thanks for the information. I added it to his memorial. Georgea
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