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|SleepingDog||Anthony Favier #46838133|
Anthony is also shown in the 1833 Baltimore City Directory as being a tobacconist at Thames st near Market st. F.P.
(In case your were interested.)
|Chris Black||More information|
In regard to Mrs Mary Black and Samuel Black, do you have more church information or is it available?
I am trying to find out if they were husband and wife. I am also trying to find her maiden name.
Any help would be appreciated.
Thank you for all that you did to record these graves.
|Bill Horten||please transfer|
Please transfer management of the memorial of my ancestral grandfather Terence McCart # 53421782 I am writing his bio and would like to manage his memorial. Thanks, Bill Horten #47074755
I am wondering if you know anything about the Sarah Good born 1731, died 1836 and buried in St. Patricks Cemetery in Baltimore, MD
I think it is possible that she may be my third gt. grandmother if Good was her married name.
How can I find out more about her? Thank You,.
Added by Shar on Jan 14, 2014 3:33 PM
|Tracy||John "Thomas" Quinn|
Thank you so much for documenting the burial and obituary for John "Thomas" Quinn, St. Patrick's Cemetery who died in September 1849 in Baltimore City. I believe he is a relative of mine, but I was wondering if you've come across any information about his wife Rosanna or his children, John Randolph, Michael, Sarah, Thomas and Nicholas? From what I have found, Rosanna died in May 1870 and John Randolph died on June 24, 1875. I can be reached @ email@example.com .
Added by Tracy on May 10, 2013 3:27 PM
|Tripp Onnen||Saint Patrick's|
I am amazed what you've done with the church records of Saint Patrick's. You don't happen to have the baptismal records as well do you? I'm doing a lot of research on various family members who were all communicants there. Please advise when you can. I can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org Thank you again for all you've done with the Saint Patrick's burial records!!
|Susan ||Catherine Murdock|
Robert....Back in 2011 you took a photo of the grave marker of James E & Dorothea Murdock. This marker is located at Saint Patricks Cemetery. Since then my research has found James & Dorothea had a very small daughter. Her name is Catherine "Katie" Murdock B: 14 Nov 1899 and D: 11 Jan 1901. My question to you is could there be yet another grave marker for Catherine near her parents, James & Dorothea Murdock? and if so is there any way I could get a photo of it? I have her death cert. and there is no mention of a cemetery where she rest. Also could you tell me if there are any other Murdock's buried in the Saint Patricks Cemetery? Your efforts are more then appreciated. Susan
Added by Susan on Nov 18, 2012 3:16 AM
|Amy King||John Manson|
Do you have any information about where John Manson was born, by any chance? Thank you.
Added by Amy King on Aug 19, 2012 8:39 PM
|S Fountain-Miller||James Parker, Baltimore|
Well, this is a long shot but I noticed that you have several Parkers listed from Baltimore area. I'm researching my 3x gr grandfather:
James Madison Parker b. June 10, 1801 in Baltimore
Family story is that he was born in Baltimore and a decendent from Tunbridge Wells, England. Story is that he and his brother sailed a schooner (called "The Comet") from Baltimore in the early 1820s. His brother got off along the northern coastal state and married. James Madison Parker continued to sail down to the coast of Mississippi where he met and fell in love with Rose Cecile Fayard and married her. He stayed MS the rest of his life. For many yeasrs, I am trying to find the names of his parents without any luck. I've written to the Baltimore archives for a birth record and they say that their records do not date back that far. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated!
|Martha McCaffrey Dobbins||RE: Saint Patricks Cemetery|
Yes, cities should be ashamed to build over a cemetery. I know of one instance here in Birmingham, AL where the Zoo and parts of the Botanical Garden are built over the Red Mountain Cemetery. As a child, I use to see tombstones when riding the train thinking they were props. Now I know they were real tombstones that had not been removed.
The reason I contacted you is because you took photo of an obelisk belonging to my ggg-grandmother Susan McCaffrey that included her name and 2/3 childrens names. She died in 1869 but my ggg-grandfather Thomas McCaffrey lived until 1890. Part of his obituary states that he was removed to St Patrick's Church, where a High Mass of Requiem will be offered. I was hoping he was buried in same plot and maybe his name inscribed on backside. If you know of any cemetery books that his name could be looked for would be of great help. Can't rely solely on Find A Grave as we know. Any assistance you can offer would be greatly appreciated.
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