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Joe Connelly (#46964888)
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Bio Photo I have lived in Dallas Texas all my life and after finding the graves of my Connelly Grandparents the genealogy bug bit me. I really enjoy family history. Find a Grave is a great tool for research.It is a great honor for me to post the information of family and friends on this website.
If you see anything that i have submitted that needs correcting please let me know.
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jack harkrider
Grave marker
I'm looking for my great aunt's birth and death dates, located on a grave marker in Greenwood Cemetery in Fort Worth. Her name is Sister Mary Coletta Sheil(or Shiel) and was a member of the Sisters of Saint Mary of Namur. I can't remember the towns in which she taught, but Fort Worth was not one of them. She is buried in the Sheil family plots. I ran across a reference from someone on line, who supposedly took a picture of the grave marker for Sr. Coletta, but didn't include the picture in her posting. She was apparently researching another family who was somehow associated with the Sheil families. Any help you could give would be greatly appreciated, plus her name and information needs to be added to your list of the sisters. Thank you and God bless you for your work.
Jack Harkrider
harkthewriter@hotmail.com
512-515-0395
Liberty Hill, Tx
St. Ignatius, St. Marys, Laneri High (1955)
Added by jack harkrider on Mar 23, 2016 10:12 AM
Audy Love
RE: GLADYS WEBER
Herman Was my mothers older brother. I
thought you left a post on Herman's Obituary or the grave marker picture that indicated he was your uncle.
Added by Audy Love on Dec 23, 2015 4:51 PM
Robbie Wilson
Parental Edits for Memorial
Mr. Connelly,

I believe you sent me the edits for Gene Smreker's parents. After looking at the dates, I removed the links since Anton and Josephine would have been 60 and 68 when Gene was born in 1920; perhaps they were his grandparents. Let me know if you find out anything, and I'll be glad to add other links.

Have a good Christmas.

Robbie Wilson (46536557)
Added by Robbie Wilson on Dec 22, 2015 8:06 PM
Audy Love
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Joe your Uncle and my mother Gladys Weber Love were brother and sister. For some unknown reason when my mother passed my dad never saw her Family again that I was aware of. I saw Mama Weber when she was in a Retirement Center, and still in good health. Any information that we might be able to exchange would be appreciated. Had to get Mr. Websters help on that word.

















Added by Audy Love on Dec 22, 2015 4:52 PM
S.R.F.
James Monroe Smith
James died 15 Jun 1932 in Houston, Harris, Texas, and was buried the next day at Forest Park Cemetery, where his wife, Eliza Jane Croan Smith is buried.

I guess that James Monroe Smith and John B Smith got mixed-up somehow, since both are buried in the same place.

S.R.F.
Added by S.R.F. on May 03, 2015 8:52 PM
S.R.F.
Eliza Jane Croan Smith transfer
Thank you for the transfer, Joe. She appeared on several US Census with James M Smith as husband. (James Monroe Smith).

I found John B Smith, born in Mississippi, on the 10 Jan 1920 US Census with wife, Alice, in De Leon, Comanches, Texas. Texas is where he lived and died.

Respectfully,

S.R.F.
Added by S.R.F. on May 03, 2015 8:26 PM
dglow
Joe Farris
Father's name and link added. Thanks for the info.
Debra
Added by dglow on Dec 18, 2014 6:56 PM
MICHAEL WAYNE HUTCHISON A PROUD U.S. ARMY VET
RE: Marcellus Oberste.
no problem.
Added by MICHAEL WAYNE HUTCHISON A... on Sep 24, 2014 5:32 PM
Tim Cook
RE: Hugh Connolly
OK, when it warms up I will try to take another look for more Connolly's.
Added by Tim Cook on Feb 24, 2014 2:42 PM
Tim Cook
RE: Hugh Connolly
Hugh is buried in the veterans circle at the top of the hill where the flag pole is. If it's possible to get plot numbers for the other requests, it can expedite a future search.

Tim
Added by Tim Cook on Feb 21, 2014 6:40 PM
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