|Mary Fee Spacher (#47401692)|
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[quote from poem by John Gillespie Magee (1922-1941). Quoted by Pres. Ronald Reagan following the Challenger disaster in Jan. 1986.]
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|Aaron Gullison||RE: Edward Benn|
The dates were a little hard to read, due to them being in the shade when I photographed them. They appear to be fine. His wife's name is carved below his.
|Matthew & Chrissy||RE: Owen Fee|
The info that I put on his page I got right from the cemetery website.
|Matthew & Chrissy||Owen Fee|
Thats a great story about Owen that you shared with me. Looks like my page may be a double then. If it is, I will take it off. Be sure to get the info off of my page to put onto yours though.
|Joel Shore||Re: Photo request for Theodore Dietrich at Mt Hope|
In answer to your question about his wife, yes. Here is the info on her gravestone:
DIETRICH, Henrietta, 19 Mar 1851-5 Jan 1915, w/o Theodore Dietrich
( http://mcnygenealogy.com/cem/mthope-range-6a.htm )
A plot map of the lot can be found here: http://crpc.nyrgs.org/
|Beverly Kirk||Mary E. Benn Flemming|
Find A Grave #103633403 I added today a tombstone picture for above and also edited the memorial by adding her maiden name. She is the d/o Edward & Elizabeth Benn. I thought you might be interested because you seem to have a good handle on Mary's parents and other siblings. The owner of this memorial, Karen Lovy, is very good about transferring ownership if you are interested. Beverly
OK, I added pics for Daniel (tried several times but it keeps coming up sideways), Sarah, and Michael (d. 1867). They are buried beside Margaret Scanlin and Mary McMahon whom you photographed in the past. I seems as though the memorial for Daniel listung his as being buried at Mount Hope is a duplicate.
|Judy Williams||Daniel Campin @ MountHope|
Hi Mary, Back in the day, all burials in Rochester were recorded in the books of Mount Hope. Daniel was actually buried in Pinnacle Hill Cemetery. In 1871, the cemetery was full and graves were moved to Holy Sepulchre. I found this on a list of known burials at St. Patrick's Pinnacle Hill "CAMPIN
Daniel; bur. Nay 31, 1847; age 62; d of unknown cause".
I found Sarah, Michael and Daniel Campin who were buried together at Holy Sep in 1875. Records indicate that they were moved from another location but don't say where. I will go out this afternoon and take those pics.
|New York Historian||Allwork - Potters Field|
I'm almost finished adding all the babies on page: 22, Section: 3, Plot: 1, same page as your Male Allwork
|New York Historian||RE: Fee|
Send me the info again. I will be going on Saturday. I believe I looked for the mausoleum last name and was unable to locate it. My she is in a family plot under a different name on the mausoleum.
|Dennis Bell||RE: Judge Morrissey|
Mary, I see you already own this memorial. I too have no idea why you can't request a tombstone picture. I would recommend you contact email@example.com and explain to them the situation. They should be able to fix the memorial so a tombstone picture can be created. Dennis
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