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Hello, This site has been a tremendous library for me and is helping me track down long deceased relatives & other people of interest. |
I am familiar with the resting places within New Haven County. Drop me a line if I can be of any assistance.
I Have an interest in Fair Haven as well as immigrants from Italy who settled in the New York, New Haven area.
I also try to pay tributes to all my Brother & Sister Officers who persished either in the line-of-duty or natural causes.
What began as a family entity has now evolved into a passion.
If you find one of your friends or relatives that I have posted and would like me to add a bio for that person, I would be more than happy to add it here.
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Thank you, thank you, thank you so much for all your hard work on the Fair Haven Union Cemetery!! It is very appreciated! I have been waiting some time for more help on this cemetery. It was a nice surprise to see all the entries and pictures you have done. Thanks again :)
|Gloria||RE: New Haven Cemeteries|
Thanks a bunch.
Added by Gloria on Mar 13, 2013 10:04 AM
|Gloria||New Haven Cemeteries|
I am looking for a family member in a New Haven Cemetery. I do not know which one he is in. I was told it was the oldest Cemetery in New Haven, Connecticut.
His name was Edward Parker wife Elizabeth but remarried Mr. Rose after Parker's death.
He was born about 1598 and died June 27, 1662. He was head of one of the original Settler's families. He was also thermed a scoundrel in that time. There is a lot written about him, but I cannot find any buriel information anywhere. I was wondering when you are wandering in the cemeteries, if you could look for his grave or a mention of him being burried in a Cemetery in that area? I know this is a tough one, and I really appreciate it. I am on the west coast and it would be very difficult for me to check for him. Thank you so much. If you are not able, do not hesitate to tell me. I understand completely.
Added by Gloria on Mar 12, 2013 2:35 PM
|Patricia (Rickerl) Reed||RE: Wilber Dowd|
Hi! Thanks for the updates. I'm sorry, I can't seem to find birth records for most of these Dowds. Gravestone, marriage & census records all place his birth in 1838.
Just wanted to add my thanks to the many others. I just began searching today for a few New Haven ancestors and found them via your photo taken just weeks ago! I am traveling to New Haven in the near future and now I will be able to find and visit the graves of my great grandparents. Thank you so much for the great and selfless work you do. God bless.
|DKonopa||RE: Mathilda Wenckowski|
I don't really know. Perhaps someone at the cemetery office, if there is one. In researching my paternal grandmother's Wenckowski line I came across Reinhold Wenckowski, I have found them in the 1930 census in New Haven, New Haven, Connecticut. With Reinhold & Mathilda is a stepson, Leroy F Nelson, presumably Mathilda's son from a first marriage.
Added by DKonopa on Jan 22, 2013 1:47 PM
There is a need to add or correct Mathilda's spouse information, she was married to Reinhold Wenckowski (12 Sep 1885 Drozen, Poland). They lived for a time in Chicago IL than during WWII they lived in New Haven, CT.
Added by DKonopa on Jan 21, 2013 7:50 PM
|Charles Hofacker||Another Thank You!|
I see many many thank you's here and now it is my turn. I hadn't searched on my great-grandmother's name in quite some time and did so on a lark. Your entry for her here in find-a-grave popped up. I have now learned of the year of her death.
Thanks for your work on this site!
|lbl||Hurd Stone -- Fair Haven Union|
thank you for the picture!
Added by lbl on Dec 12, 2012 2:32 PM
|Sally Davis||Thanks Again!|
Dear Son Of Italy,
Once again, my deep gratitude and thanks for the photos of the gravestones of Lester W. Mabry and his 2nd wife, Charlotte Moultrop. These two are elusive and very hard to find anything on at all. Now I have their final resting place.
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