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NolaGirl (#47785978)
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Bio Photo Is féidir liom é seo do mo mháthair agus a clann.. Grá agus a chailleann tú go léir. L-

The non-family member memorials I have created were to make it possible for their family members to find them so please don't be shy about asking for transfer of a family member. Their memorials belong in your care.

**PLEASE! When requesting a transfer I do ask that you give me your relationship to the person you are asking for.

Thanks much to anyone taking the time to check my entries. After I finish making many in one cemetery I do go back and check for duplicates and errors but I always appreciate polite help.

Chun gach duine a bhfuil de chineál, ba mhaith liom tú sláinte.
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Jim Tipton
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RE: 138212611
Wonderful! Thanks so much. I didn't know George Burke, but he was my mother's favorite and she always spoke of her leprechaun gfather. I'll work on entering his wife, though she was German and apparently not as lovable! One picture only remains of them after the ravages of Katrina. (Lakeview:( )I will post it. Vicki
Added by Vicki46 on Dec 20, 2014 1:50 AM
Oops, I never was good with numbers:) This is the memorial I asked for earlier. Haven't figured out yet how to send private message, but I'm new. GEORGE FRANCIS BURKE (1864-1940) was a leprechaun of the highest order, and my ggrandfather! Are you doing Masons or just Irishmen:)? It took me months to find him as I had no idea he was a Mason. No one did. Thank you for including Masonic #1 in your tributes. (You left him a flower. Was it just because of his heritage?) Thx, Vicki with the Burke red hair
Added by Vicki46 on Dec 19, 2014 5:03 PM
Nolagirl, I am a NOLA girl, too! I admire what you do , as I am just learning about this website and the good it does. By coincidence, I imagine, you have very recently added two of my maternal great grandparents. They are related only by the marriage of their children, my Maw-Maw and Paw-Paw!
I have lots of details and a few pictures of Sarah Poole Mains and George Francis Burke. Please consider giving them to me, as you suggest in your profile.
Many thanks, Vicki Vandrell Roussel (Vicki46)
Added by Vicki46 on Dec 15, 2014 3:57 PM
Mary Agnes Hammett
Re: Joseph & Rosemary Clement Naquin
THANK YOU!!!!!!!!!!!! So much appreciate your help with this family. Really means a lot to me.
Added by Mary Agnes Hammett on Nov 20, 2014 4:51 PM
Barbara Arceneaux
A friendly request
Hello. I am also in the NOLA area too. I do have a question for you but would like for you to contact me on my personal email. I would very much appreciate it.

Thanks in advance

Added by Barbara Arceneaux on Nov 14, 2014 9:18 PM
Joyce Rivette
Memorial #121932276 "On Rivet"
Would it be possible to double-check the name entered for this memorial? Based on the birth and death dates, I believe it may be for Gordon Rivet, but need confirmation for that. Thanks!
Added by Joyce Rivette on Nov 08, 2014 7:34 AM
Peggy McClanahan
RE: Memorial# 91971927 for Dorothy
She grew up in the Pittsburg area, in Emsworth with 2 brothers and 2 sisters. She is in 1920, 30 and 40 censuses, still unmarried in 1940. The only sibling for whom I found an obit was brother Wilbur. She is named in his obit:
Wilbur Lurting Kelly, 58, of 175 North Ave. Emsworth, died Monday, Aug. 11, 1969, in Mercy Hospital. Mr. Kelly, an employee of the Pittsburgh Branch of the United Slates Post Office, was an army veteran of World War II. He leaves his widow, Mrs. Frances B. Miller Kelly; three daughters, Dorothy L., Elizabeth I., and Margaret N. Kelly; a son, Steven C. Kelly; a brother Walter R. Kelly of Pittsburgh; two sisters, Mrs. Gladys Parker of Reistertown, Md., and Mrs. M S (Dorothy) Stevens of New Orleans. He was past commander of Raymond P Cronin Post, VFW, and a member of Ohlman-Horne Post, VFW. Requiem mass was sung Thursday morning in Sacred Heart Roman Catholic Church, Emsworth. in North Side Catholic Cemetery.
Added by Peggy McClanahan on Nov 06, 2014 5:39 PM
Peggy McClanahan
RE: Memorial# 91971927 for Dorothy
Dottie would be a third cousin of mine. I did not know her. We have the same great-great-grandparents and I am tracing all the descendants.
Added by Peggy McClanahan on Nov 05, 2014 6:43 PM
Peggy McClanahan
RE: Memorial# 91971927 for Dorothy
Liz- The only alternate information I have is the Social Security death index, which is sometimes wrong. Not strong evidence on which to change it! Did they have children?
Added by Peggy McClanahan on Nov 04, 2014 5:32 PM
Peggy McClanahan
Memorial# 91971927 for Dorothy "Dottie" K Stevens
Can you please double check the birth date, which you list as 13 May 1918. Social Security death index lists it at 3 May 1918. I'm trying to determine which is correct. Thank you. She is in Metairie Cemetery, New Orlean. Plot: Metairie Mausoleum.
Added by Peggy McClanahan on Nov 02, 2014 5:57 PM
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