Nicholas Wasicsko Thanks for contacting me about Mr.Wasicsko. I always thought he should have been in the "famous" category and I actually tried to place him there when I started the memorial, but was denied. Now that the mini-series came out, they should oblige. Regards, Harvey Wolchan
RE: Curtis/Lynch I know that patrick and the kids were on some ship and arrived August 1,1923-26. Bridget died and trying to find where. Patrick remarried and he died in new Brunswick. Patrick lived on barrack St and St Helena's quay in dundalk
searching for family can u help I am looking for Bridget Curtis.....lynch is maiden name...born in Ireland married a Patrick Curtis had. 4 children Elizabeth Molly Dolly Thomas .. Bridget died while giving birth to one of her kids. They left Ireland after she died and came into Woodstock new brunswick
Catherine Drennan I located Catherine and Hannah Ann Drennan's graves in the Old St Patricks church yard on 11th street in Verplanck adjoining the new church building. I will enter an Old St Patricks cemetery listing on FindaGrave, unless there is one already. Gene
Patrick Carney We were able to find Patrick's grave marker thanks to some help from a cemetery employee named Mr. Ward. I know it has been a couple of years since you requested the picture. Wish we could have found him sooner.
Your pictures are beautiful! Thank you for sharing, this is such a beautiful place. I noticed you posted a Capra too. My grandfather from Gangi was Salvatore Capra born Aug 5, 1878. He is buried in Holy Cross Cemetery in Yeadon, PA. Wouldn't it be something if this woman was a relative? My grandfather had a brother named Sam who left Gangi & settled in Kansas City, MO. They are the only 2 I know of who came to America from this side.
If your friend with the Capra relative has anything to share, please let me know. That surname is like Smith & Jones here in the US.
I still have yet to dig out those pictures. Just so busy with work.