|Dick H. (#47596571)|
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I just noticed that you added a photo of her grave. Thank you so much!
Added by Suzy on Sep 15, 2016 8:35 AM
Thank you SO MUCH for the beautiful Keating photos. I really appreciate them, and all of your volunteer work.
Please excuse my question from my last message--- I had you confused with another volunteer. There is a volunteer that takes photos in another cemetery in Minnesota, and he has in his possession the cemetery book, so he always looks up the burials in the book before he takes the photos. I got him mixed up with you, and I was thinking you were the one with the cemetery book. Please excuse my mistake!
Again, I appreciate so very much all the photos you have taken, your prompt responses to requests, and the careful job that you do taking the photos. Thank you very, very much!
Added by Molly H. on Sep 03, 2016 11:16 AM
Thank you so much for the photos of Mary Eileen & Bartholomew J's tombstones. It's great to get help when you live far away. It's appreciated very much.
|Kitty Check||Patrick Donahue|
Thank you so much for photographing Patrick Donahue's headstone. Do you recall if his wife, Anna had a headstone next to Patrick's?
|Molly H.||RE: Dennis Keating|
This is probably too much to ask of a volunteer, but I thought I would at least check if it would be convenient for you. Is there any chance I could give you a few Keating names and dates and you could check the cemetery book to see if they are buried in Calvary?
If this is not something you would like to do, please just tell me so or ignore me.
Or, another question: Do you know of a place where I could purchase the cemetery book for Calvary?
Thank you very much for your consideration of this matter.
Added by Molly H. on Sep 01, 2016 5:08 PM
|Molly H.||Dennis Keating|
The office manager at the cemetery just told me that 1866 is the correct date.
Thank you so much again for your attention to detail and for all of your help! I appreciate it.
Have a great day!
Added by Molly H. on Aug 24, 2016 10:46 AM
|Molly H.||Dennis Keating|
You are amazingly quick! Thank you so much for taking the photo of Dennis Keating's grave. I really appreciate your work.
I was hoping his wife would have at least put a stone for him, and that it would have some information on it. They must have been very poor.
I'm very curious who at the cemetery told you that he died in 1869. The office manager, Linda Radtke, told me that a Dennis "Katting" died in December 1866 and was 40 years old, which would be the right age.
All I know is that he had a daughter born in 1867 and his wife was a widow in the 1870 census.
I'll call the cemetery and let you know!
Added by Molly H. on Aug 24, 2016 10:25 AM
|Molly H.||The other Keating plot|
Thank you so very much again! I just received the six photos from the other plot. I really appreciate your work.
I have a question. Are the two Keating family plots near each other?
Added by Molly H. on Aug 18, 2016 5:06 PM
|Molly H.||Keating plot photos|
Thank you very much for your volunteer work and for such a quick response to my request.
I really appreciate that you took a photo of the plot in spite of the fact that there were no grave markers and gave an explanation as well.
Thank you very, very much for your kindness and helpfulness.
Added by Molly H. on Aug 18, 2016 12:24 PM
|Hanson 26||Schabert family|
Thank you SO MUCH for taking the Schabert tombstone photos. I noticed how you must have cleared and cleaned and really were careful. I also see how you took a nice photo without shadows or distractions. Thank you so very much! Can I assume that Emma's plot was marked by you- with the cross? Or was that already there? Thanks! Cassandra
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