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I live in Cheyenne, WY. Love the hunt for interesting history in my area.
My goal in Find-A-Grave is to compose the best memorials I can for the people I am honoring. I add as many people as I possibly can to Find-A-Grave and then, as time permits, I do what I can to link them with their relatives and I also add an obituary or write as much of a biography as I can based on available records and information.
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|Jerry & Beth||RE: Mary Cleary|
Thomas Cleary (1859-1937) was married to Mary Eagan (1863-1927) That is the information I have for them.
|deanna french||RE: Laramie Co. photo;Jerome Loucks|
Thank you so much--it is very kind of you to share!
|deanna french||Laranie Co. W.P. Carroll photo|
It's me again. May I also have permission to use the photo on Wesley Carrolls Memorial page? (Also fro the Vermont Civil War site?
|deanna french||Laramie Co. photo;Jerome Loucks|
I am a Vermont Civil War buff, and am presently working on a project to identify the last resting places of many of our "old soldiers" Jerome Loucks is one such patriot. May I use the photo of his burial site, which you contributed to his Find A Grave Memorial, to post on the Vt. C.W. site? ( www.vermontcivilwar.org)
You would receive credit for this.
Thank you for your consideration.
|Patricia Dwyer||St Johns Cemetery New York City|
I am wondering if you have found a published listing of graves in St. John's Cemetery, New York. Your memorials have such detailed location information. I am grateful for the memorials you have kindly created.
Thank you for any help or advice you might have for research in this cemetery.
|Montereygenealogist||John B Anderson|
greetings...do you have anyideas for where to look for his burial...from his obit's it sounds like he would have been buried in Cheyenne:
Death: May 15, 1868
NOTE: The burial for John is not in any of the cemetery records. His obituary indicates his remains were escorted to the cemetery. Lakeview would most likely have been the cemetery. If someone has information otherwise, please let me know.
(Cheyenne Leader May 16, 1868, p. 4)
In this city, on the 15th inst., of lung fever, John B. Anderson, formerly of Colorado. Deceased leaves a family and a large circle of friends to mourn his loss. The funeral will take place to-morrow.
(Cheyenne Leader May 18, 1868, p. 4)
The funeral of John B. Anderson occurred yesterday, and was attended by the Masonic fraternity, of which he was a member, who escorted his remains to the cemetery, where they were deposited with the appropriate solemnities of the order.
Obviuously not Lake View..but where else to look?
|Veronica Radcliffe||Eugene McGuire|
Just sent you an email to email@example.com
I just re-read your profile. I am preparing the genalogy for the Irish half of my family, and am trying to include as many trails and in laws as possible. Owen McGuire is my uncle's father in law. This doesn't make him blood, but I may be the closest he has to genealogy family.
I respect your position, but would appreciate every consideration. My uncle is dead, but I know my aunt would appreciate seeing her father included in the Irish llines.
|Veronica Radcliffe||RE: Nora McGuire|
I believe we have a winner !! I haven't gotten to the McGuires yet (I'm a member for 3 days now !!), but Owen is definitely Nora's husband.
This is definitely a cool project. I've added a lot in the last few days, but gotten back even more !! Long distance genealogy is difficult, but this makes it seem effortless.
I'll take the transfer if you wish to unburden.
|Veronica Radcliffe||Nora McGuire|
I'm loving it in denver !! NYC transplant doing research here on my NYC families is NOT easy !!
Nora McGuire's date of death is July 27, 1951. Got that from her death notice in the Brooklyn Daily Eagle.
Am trying to locate her husband Owen, who died earlier (unknown date). Any chance you know whether they are buried together?
Thanks for your work !!
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