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Diane Blair (#47283460)
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Bio Photo I have been researching family histories for several years and enjoy helping others in their search. Love genealogy, history, art, photography, and of course cemeteries!
If you have a photo request for either St. Anns in Cranston, RI or St. Francis in Pawtucket, RI please send me the section and plot number. I am more than happy to photograph the grave marker for you.

Please feel free to use my photographs.
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Lorra-Lee Legoas
James Tully
Thank you for going out of your way in posting the pictures of James Tully's grave. You've definitely helped me get more connected with my family history. Best Wishes.
Added by Lorra-Lee Legoas on Jul 15, 2014 5:31 PM
SleepingDog
Harriet Comstock Sprague
Dianne,

I've just added a copy of Harriet's obituary in two parts to her entry (#59622235) that you made, and was wondering if you might like to change the order of the pictures so that your nice tombstone picture will be at the top.

The obituary isn't as clear as I would like to see it, but was interesting. Hope you don't mind my adding it.
Added by SleepingDog on Jul 08, 2014 1:39 PM
47554820
RE: 100512972
Thank you for letting me know.
Frank & Julia (husband & wife) are my husband's gg grandparents, so I'm very interested in managing these graves.

Frank & Julia's daughter Alice (baptised name Maria Aulisa) married Patrick Ledger (son of Augustin & Elenore Walsh Leger). We visited St Edmund's 2 yrs ago, but I'd not had time to enter the grave information into Find-a-Grave, so I was pleasantly surprised to see your entry.

I'd love to learn about how you are related to Frank & Julia - please let us know!

Brenda Eckmair
Added by 47554820 on Jun 30, 2014 1:53 PM
Connie Lagasse Russell
Memorial# 102134357
Hi...just sent you some edits for the Memorial# 102134357...haven't seen them processed..thought you'd want to know...thanks
Added by Connie Lagasse Russell on Jun 28, 2014 10:02 AM
47554820
100512972
Hi,
Hoping to take management of my mother-in-law's family grave sites from St Edmunds, including the one above.

Please let me know if that works for you.

Thank you!

Brenda Eckmair
Added by 47554820 on Jun 27, 2014 1:57 PM
Sheila Kinniburgh
RE: Dr. Patrick H. O'Leary
Hi Diane. I figured it all out. sorry to confuse you
Added by Sheila Kinniburgh on Jun 14, 2014 5:26 PM
Sheila Kinniburgh
RE: Dr. Patrick H. O'Leary
sorry, I'm coming up a complete blank. I'm guessing I copied the wrong info to you.
Added by Sheila Kinniburgh on Jun 14, 2014 2:14 PM
Sheila Kinniburgh
RE: Dr. Patrick H. O'Leary
Hi Diane

Did I include a date with the attachement (sorry, my brain is coming up blank right now)
Added by Sheila Kinniburgh on Jun 13, 2014 2:35 PM
Sheila Kinniburgh
Dr. Patrick H. O'Leary
I found this small bio regarding the Dr. on the Huntingdon Gleaner website. Please don't transfer the person to my name. I was just surfing the web.

08-08-1950 Dr. Patrick H. O'Leary, beloved husband of Gertrude Moriarty, and son of the late Denis and Mrs. O'Leary, died at his home in Chateauguay New York. Funeral in Chateauguay at St. Patrick's Church. Service conducted by the Rev. Edgar Gallagher. He was an outstanding citizen, and a well-known dentist of this town. He was born in Helena Montana, in 1890, a son of Denis and Honora Harrington O'Leary. When he was 11 months old, his parents moved to Hinchinbrooke Québec, later they moved to the district known as the frontier and he attended local rural schools before entering Chateauguay high school. He received his Dr. of Dental Surgery in 1915. Illness necessitated the amputation of a limb, and the use of an artificial one. Despite this handicap, he showed great courage and fortitude, and was able to make a decided sucess of his chosen career. In 1925, Dr. O'Leary and Miss Gertrude Moriarty of Huntingdon Québec, were married, later taking up residence in the home on Church Street, where they had since resided. A daughter, Patricia, was born there. Surviving are his widow, Mrs. Richard O'Leary, and his daughter, Miss Patricia O'Leary. Both of Chateauguay, his mother, Mrs. H. P. O'Leary of the Frontier, his brother, Dr. F. W. O'Leary of Malone New York, and three sisters, Mrs. Florence Corning, Mrs. Mabel Collum, and Mrs. Olive Davis, all of Syracuse New York
Added by Sheila Kinniburgh on Jun 11, 2014 10:51 PM
David Wilson
Raphael G. and Madeleine C. Jackson
Thanks Diane for adding memorials for Raphael G. Jackson and his wife, Madeleine C. Jackson, to the Saint Francis Cemetery. I have sent links requests to you for Raphael's parents and his wife. So thanks for doing that too in advance.

David Wilson
Added by David Wilson on May 10, 2014 12:37 PM
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