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If I created the memorial, I probably have a photo to go with it. If you don't see one (and it doesn't say "No marker"), please ask. I have lots to add, just haven't gotten to them yet. If one is important to you, please submit a photo request - I answer those first.
Happy to add links too - submit a SAC and I'll make the update!
I am actively engaged in a stone by stone survey of St. Mary's Cem, Minoa, NY. If you have kin buried there, I may have additional info about them, particularly older burials in Sections I & II. Feel free to ask/share.
Creating memorials and fulfilling photo requests is a labor of love for me. If you appreciate something I've added, please pay it forward!
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Thanks for the great photos, I had hoped I was wrong that the three children that have been linked to them each spelled their surnames different from each other, makes tracking the family real fun - NOT. Hope you are well and still enjoying your photography and work on the St. Marys database.
|John Padermos||Lydia Botteron|
Thanks so much for the picture of my great, great, great, great grandmother's headstone.
I also saw the picture of her daughter's headstone.
I now have a few more pieces of my family.
thanks for taking some photos at Calvary :)
Added by Maggie O on Apr 27, 2015 8:32 PM
|Renee Boudreau||Robert James Cabrey|
He was the son of James Thomas J. Cabrey (Cabery) (originally of Dorchester, MA) and Augusta Klein. James was my Great Grandmother's brother. I have loads of more info on the Cabrey/Cabery/Carbery/Carberry/Cabry line both here in USA and back in Lurgan, Armagh, N. IRE if you happen to be in touch with any family from James's side. And yes, all those spelling variants apply to this family in records both here in USA and back in Ireland several generations. (ie: James when he went to NY mainly went by Cabrey while those who stayed in MA eventually went by Cabery, while an Uncle of James who went to Scotland went by Carbery.)
|Thelma Dickinson Moye||Howard Family|
I transferred their memorials and a couple of the children I had, if you find any in your line let me know & I can transfer them..
|Thelma Dickinson Moye||Emily Howard|
HI, Skip..Haven't heard from you in awhile. Thank you for her obit which I added. Laurel Howard is in my indirect line I descended from his brother Albert Wayne Howard. If you want I can transfer their memorials to you Wasn't sure if her death date was the 28 or 29 I added the 28.Also I don't have the name of one of the daughters...Thelma
Thanks for the photo. Anthony & Anna Myers, along with their sons Peter, John, George, & Frank lived in Syracuse from about 1847 thru 1867. John died there and is buried at the old St Mary's Cemetery in Manlius. They moved to Wisconsin in 1867 but Anthony had a new wife so I was looking for a grave for Anna. It appears this is not the correct Anna since the husband on this stone is Peter. Also I lost track of George so am looking for his grave. Are you located around Syracuse? I'm coming to Syracuse on a business trip in Sep. if we can talk during my visit that would be great. Again Thanks
Added by johnmye on Aug 09, 2014 4:48 PM
|Michael Meiser||Sampson Photos|
Thanks for adding the photos of John and Ellen Sampson. Am I correct in assuming the inscription is on two sides of the same stone?
|Kenneth E Holmes||Adam Stuchlik|
Thank you very much for getting Adams tombstone photo. It is greatly appreciated.
As big as the stone is I don't know how I missed it.
|John Cahill ||John Cahill|
just a hello from Delaware
have gotten on the board with some info for others
thanks for the inspiration and see ya in a cemetery soon!
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