|Patrick White (#47580640)|
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Born in Brooklyn,New York and now living in Maspeth NY.Retired Telephone company installer/repairman.|
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|Richard Panzarino||RE: THANK YOU!!!!!|
Thank you again Patrick for emailing me the information. I was never aware that my Aunt Angie was married and that my Uncle Jimmy was buried with his parents in a family plot.
|Richard Panzarino||THANK YOU!!!!!|
I want to “THANK YOU” for going out to the Cemetery and taking the pictures of my Grandparents headstone. I really do appreciate it so again, THANK YOU!!!
Your picture may have also solved a few other issues in my genealogical research. The picture looks to be a “Family Plot” with many members buried in the same grave. At the bottom of the Headstone, there are several names. I am not able to blow up your picture big enough to read them but the names look to be:
•Vincent Panzarino (My Uncle)
•Henry or maybe Mary (Not sure who this person is)
•Angela (Not sure of last name but this might be my Aunt Angelina who past in the 1970’s.
Would you be able to tell from your picture what these names actually say and let me know?
Thank you again for your help,
Thank you for the photo. I truly appreciate it. He died way to young.
|loradora||RE: St Charles Cemetery photos|
Added by loradora on Jun 21, 2016 7:47 AM
Hello Patrick, thank you for taking the time to fulfill my request for a photo of the Battaglia Family Plot....Patti
Added by Patricia on Jun 13, 2016 3:49 PM
|Debbie||Pasqualina Grosso Iannucci|
Thank you very much for taking this photo for me!
Added by Debbie on Jun 13, 2016 1:35 PM
|Robert Shepard||Thank you...|
Thank you for taking the time to photograph the Gaeta gravesite. I really appreciate it!
Thank you so much for the photograph of Angelina's headstone Patrick. I appreciate your time and effort.
Added by Jeanne on Jun 07, 2016 1:15 PM
|Lisa Lech||John Keller|
Thank you so much for the picture it is not the person I was looking for but they are family members great aunt and uncle.
Thank you again
|Shawn||Pagano family stone in Saint John Cemetery|
Thanks for taking the pic of the family stone Casillo-Pagano-Maresca. The Emiddio Pagano was my sister-in-law's great grandfather. But his first wife was buried down the road from them: Mary Rosario Pagani Find A Grave# 158736613, in Saint John Cemetery: Section: 16, Row: K, Plot: ---, Grave: 1. We believe her name to Maria Pagano not Mary Pagani as index on Find A Grave. Her Death record has Maria Pagano. She died just a few years after coming from Italy in about 1895, dying Sep. 2, 1900 at age 35. Unknown if there is stone on her grave. On your next trip to the cemetery, could your check her location above. My sister-in-law and I live in Charlotte, NC. Maria was her great-grandmother. I really appreciate you taking the pics. What a great cemetery.
Added by Shawn on May 31, 2016 1:04 PM
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