|Chris Enright Snyder (#46910196)|
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Researching and documenting my family history and that of my husband's since about 2001. Top priority is that all info be given out to appropriate people (relatives) and places (as in historical societies).|
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|Linda and William S.||Conneally Family (of Ireland)|
Are you related to Patrick Conneally of Knockanara House, Williamstown, Co. Galway, Ireland?
My Aunt Nora (Conneally) is from Co. Roscommon but is buried at Williamstown.
A group of Connelly's left Co. Galway, changed the surname to Conneally & went up to Co. Roscommon.
|Lisa Clark||RE: Re: Richard Hemenway|
Hi Chris! You are quite right, He's the grandfather. Here's the line:
Richard Rice HEMENWAY b: 24 APR 1762 in Framingham, MA d: 7 JUN 1800 in Marlborough, MA
married Rebecca Parmenter
Richard HEMENWAY b: 7 JUN 1791 in Framingham, MA
d: 01 Feb 1873 in Marlborough, MA
married: Lucy LOW
Richard Lawrence HEMENWAY b: 15 MAY 1820 in Framingham, MA
d: 6 FEB 1877 in Marlborough, MA
married: Mary T. Smith on 21 Jan 1851 in Marlborough, Middlesex, MA
|Alvin C Poole||Ricard Lawrence Hemenway|
for memorial # 37149444, Richard Lawrence, his parents cannot be Richard Rice Hemenway, as he died i 1820, he may be Richard Rice's grandson.
Chris, You have done a great service here. The sharpness of the photos and the care taken with the info is very impressive. Thank you, you Rock!Best Regards, Lisa
|AnnieSings||RE: Mother Mary Joseph Rogers|
You're welcome! I've always admired her. Annie
|Floral Designer||hardart request|
I will try and get a location.. are they all together ..do u know? office only will give us 2 locations due to genealogy... will get back to you.. I'm 20 miles south of the cemetery .
|Gene Baumwoll CSW||Sr Mary Beata Clarisse Mackie|
I visited her grave on this warm sunny spring afternoon.
I spoke with one of the sisters who was pleased to know there was an interest in their cemetery and that the graves were being honored on FindaGrave
This marks the 100th year for thier order.
The flowers are blossoming this weekend in the cemetery.
|Alice Nelson||William O'Hara|
Found this in a newspaper and wondered if this could be William's wife?
Published in The Bridgeport Telegram (Bridgeport, Conn.)
7 Jul 1927:
Mrs. Kathleen Sullivan O'Hara, wife of William F. O'Hara, died yesterday morning (6 Jul 1927) at her summer home, 8 Laurel Avenue, Walnut Beach. She is survived by her husband, one daughter, Marion; two sisters, Mrs. John H. Dempsey of New York, and Mrs. Julia Nairn of this city, and one brother, Michael Sullivan of this city. Mrs. O'Hara was a member of Ladies Auxillary, No. 50, A.O. H.
Funeral services will be held Saturday morning at 9:30 o'clock from her home, 2863 Main street, and at 10 o'clock from St. Patrick's church with a solemn high mass. Burial will be in the family plot in St. Michael's cemetery.
I was looking for someone else and ran across this. Maybe it matches your ancestor?
Chris, I haven't been able to connect my Mackie ancestors with the New England branch yet. However, I have not given up. I appreciate all the info you have provided on Find A Grave. My Mackies originated in Scotland then to Grey Co., Ontario, to Tennessee, Nebraska, Washington.
Thanks again, David Mackie
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