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Jodi Bash (#47468572)
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Bio Photo Historian and avid genealogist living in Houston, see familyatyourfingertips.com for more about me. Preserving Houston's graveyards one picture at a time! Happy to transfer memorials or make updates as needed. Please use pictures I've taken of your family graves as you see fit.

I'm also trying to rescue those unclaimed old photos in antique stores. See if you know anyone at www.unclaimedancestors.com.
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Aaron Young
RE: Henry and Emma 2nd great grandparents
I appreciate it! :-)
Added by Aaron Young on Sep 06, 2016 3:03 PM
Aaron Young
Henry and Emma 2nd great grandparents
Henry Lashua (1889-1926), and Emma Richardson Lashua (1874-1948) are my 2nd great grandparents. I'd like you to add and edit a couple things to there page. They were both spouses so I want that added. Henrys birthdate is actually 1869-1926. The exact birth is Feb 7th, 1869 Leominster, Worcester county, MA and his death is June 30th, 1926 Ashuburnham, Worcester county, MA. Emmas is January 1874 Ayer, Middlesex, MA and January 26th, 1948 Leominster, Worcester, MA

Henry's father and mother are Louis Lashua (1843-1919), and Julia Blake Lashua (1850-1937)

Thank you,

Aaron Young
Added by Aaron Young on Sep 05, 2016 9:20 PM
CryptoGram
RE: Thank you
You're surely welcomed, Jodi...sorry to find Mr Amadon with no marker ~ :-(
Added by CryptoGram on Jun 24, 2016 4:36 AM
m g
Ernest Bennett
I noticed that you have already posted photos of Ernest Bennett at Lakeview Cemetery Wayland, MA. You should take down your request for a photo. Thank you.
Added by m g on Jun 15, 2016 7:01 PM
m g
Ernest Bennett
You have already posted photos of Ernest Bennett at Lakeview Cemetery Wayland, MA. You should take down your request for a photo. Thank you.
Added by m g on Jun 15, 2016 6:59 PM
Fausset-Fasullo
The death of Peter A. Lomonte
Jodi, I found the article on how Peter A. Lomonte's death and would to ask you if you could put the information on your memorial for him. My grandmother was Rosa Lomonte who married Gaspare Fasullo. I had the article on how Pete died from years back, but never got around to finding it until just recently. My grandmother was one of Peter's aunts. Anything you might be able to do, will greatly appreciated. I'll paste the article for you.
The Houston Post (Houston, Texas) Nov. 27, 1916
Hunter Met Instant Death Beneath Overturned Auto
Peter J. Lamonte Lost Life on Way to Sour Lake for Duck Hunt. – Four Others in the Car Escaped Unhurt – Machine Lifted From Victim by Aid of Train Crew.
Pete A. Lamonte, a North Side barber, met instant death early Sunday morning when the automobile in which he and four other young hunterswere going to Sour Lake turned completely over in a ditch on the Houston-Beaumont road about eight miles east of Liberty.
The other occupants of the car were thrown clear of the car and escaped uninjured. Lamonte was thrown into the ditch and the auto rolled over on him crushing his chest. The party, consisting of Pete Lamonte, Vincent Lamonte,Lewis McBride, O. Bingham and Jimmie Younger, left Houston shortly after midnight Saturday to go duck hunting in the marshes near Sour Lake.
According to Lewis McBride, who made a statement to Justice of the Peace Leon Lusk, he was driving the automobile at a moderate rate on a slight curve in the road when the front wheel struck a soft spot, causing him to lose control of the steering wheel. The car swered into the ditch and turned completely over throwing all its occupants out. Pete Lamonte fell in the ditch and the car rolled over on his body.
Unable To Remove Car. A desperate effort was made to remove the car from his body, but the ditch was so boggy that the men could not stand up in it and lift the car. One of the party ran in a nearby farm house and phoned C.J, Wright’s ambulance. About 20 minutes after the accident a fseight train on the Southern Pacific was flagged and Engineer E.J. Gardry and Fireman Jim Urquhart and several other members of the crew assisted on removing the body from beneath the car. Wrght’s Ambulance made the trip to the scene of the accident and brought the body two members of the party to Houston while the other two remained to bring the car back to the city. The dead man was 23 years old and was born and raised on the north side. For the past several years he had been engaged in the barber business on Hardy street. He was the son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lamonte, who resides at Harrington and Hardy streets. An inquest was held Sunday morning by Justice Lusk, and he later gave a verdict of death resulting from accidental causes.
Survivors all reside in Houston. Besides his parents, the dead is survived by three sisters, Misses Antoinette, Grace and Mary Lamonte, four brothers, Joseph, Vincent, Nicholas and Sam Lamonte, an uncle, Tony Lamonte, and an aunt, Mrs. Rosa Fasullo, all of Houston. The funeral will be held Monday afternoon at 3:30 o’clock from the family residence, Harrington and Hardy streets, thence to St. Patrick’s church. Interment will be made in Hollywood cemetery. The pallbears will be seclected from members of the barbers’ union of which the deceased was a member. They will be: B.S. Young, W.J. Duerig, G.H. Greer, R.C. Fitch, C.G. Noland and Joe Passalqua.
Thank you. Suzan (Fasullo) Fausset
Added by Fausset-Fasullo on May 07, 2016 1:23 PM
Fausset-Fasullo
The death of Peter A. Lomonte
The Houston Post (Houston, Texas) Nov. 27, 1916
Hunter Met Instant Death Beneath Overturned Auto
Peter J. Lamonte Lost Life on Way to Sour Lake for Duck Hunt. – Four Others in the Car Escaped Unhurt – Machine Lifted From Victim by Aid of Train Crew.
Pete A. Lamonte, a North Side barber, met instant death early Sunday morning when the automobile in which he and four other young hunterswere going to Sour Lake turned completely over in a ditch on the Houston-Beaumont road about eight miles east of Liberty.
The other occupants of the car were thrown clear of the car and escaped uninjured. Lamonte was thrown into the ditch and the auto rolled over on him crushing his chest. The party, consisting of Pete Lamonte, Vincent Lamonte,Lewis McBride, O. Bingham and Jimmie Younger, left Houston shortly after midnight Saturday to go duck hunting in the marshes near Sour Lake.
According to Lewis McBride, who made a statement to Justice of the Peace Leon Lusk, he was driving the automobile at a moderate rate on a slight curve in the road when the front wheel struck a soft spot, causing him to lose control of the steering wheel. The car swered into the ditch and turned completely over throwing all its occupants out. Pete Lamonte fell in the ditch and the car rolled over on his body.
Unable To Remove Car. A desperate effort was made to remove the car from his body, but the ditch was so boggy that the men could not stand up in it and lift the car. One of the party ran in a nearby farm house and phoned C.J, Wright’s ambulance. About 20 minutes after the accident a fseight train on the Southern Pacific was flagged and Engineer E.J. Gardry and Fireman Jim Urquhart and several other members of the crew assisted on removing the body from beneath the car. Wrght’s Ambulance made the trip to the scene of the accident and brought the body two members of the party to Houston while the other two remained to bring the car back to the city. The dead man was 23 years old and was born and raised on the north side. For the past several years he had been engaged in the barber business on Hardy street. He was the son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lamonte, who resides at Harrington and Hardy streets. An inquest was held Sunday morning by Justice Lusk, and he later gave a verdict of death resulting from accidental causes.
Survivors all reside in Houston. Besides his parents, the dead is survived by three sisters, Misses Antoinett, Grace and Mary Lamonte, four brothers, Joseph, Vincent, Nicholas and Sam Lamonte, an uncle, Tony Lamonte, and an aunt, Mrs. Rosa Fasullo, all of Houston. The funeral will be held Monday afternoon at 3:30 o’clock from the family residence, Harrington and Hardy streets, thence to St. Patrick’s church. Interment will be made in Hollywood cemetery. The pallbears will be seclected from members of the barbers’ union of which the deceased was a member. They will be: B.S. Young, W.J. Duerig, G.H. Greer, R.C. Fitch, C.G. Noland and Joe Passalqua.
Added by Fausset-Fasullo on May 07, 2016 1:12 PM
Diana Malley
Richard O'Malley #86116925
Would you happen to know if Michael OMalley was Richards Father, and Margaret Conner as his Mother? They were from Ireland also. Roman Catholic, Killarney, Kerry, Ireland Michael was born 1823
and mom 1827???
Added by Diana Malley on Apr 09, 2016 1:35 PM
Elizabeth McBride
Robert Newton/Sinclairville
I will be at the Evergreen Cemetery sometime the first two weeks of May. Bob was married to my cousin. I will take some photos of his grave for you. I don't want to claim it yet since it's still a month away but wanted to let you know. Are there any other Sinclairville, Cassadaga, or Gerry photos you need? I will be seeing Bob's widow when I'm there.

Liz Olmstead McBride
Added by Elizabeth McBride on Apr 05, 2016 1:35 AM
cmm 945
Malcolm and Loretta Jolissaint
Thank you for the transfers! Regards, Charlie
Added by cmm 945 on Oct 07, 2015 4:29 AM
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