|Carol & Pete (#47032817)|
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I have been researching my roots for many years. There is something very satisfying in discovering all about my family history; and there is always more to learn! |
As well as its primary purpose being a grave registration site, FindAGrave is a wonderful way to memorialize our ancestors, and a great genealogical resource. My husband and I enjoy contributing to this website, honoring those who have gone before us, and helping others to find their long lost family.
We respect the guidelines set forth for this website.
We will be happy to add proper info and links to memorials. We do not link to burial unknowns.
Transfer requests will be made for direct family members, within 4 generations, as set by the guidelines.
Please make all SACs and transfer requests through the edit tab on the memorial itself.
All photos that we post are bound by copyright rules. Do not take any of them for your own use, neither on this website, nor anywhere else. Do not alter them for re-posting here, nor anywhere else. Thank you :)
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|Zelda||RE: Molloy Family|
The winds are wicked today and I'm having a devil of a time staying connected and downloading photos - I'll try and download the other two photos later.
Added by Zelda on Mar 30, 2015 3:10 PM
I'm attempting to fulfill your request for Greta Molloy (just need a little more sun to thaw the ground) and I noticed the following Molloys in the same area:
James Molloy 1910 - 1973
Elizabeth Molloy 1882 - 1965
If you start their memorials, I'll post their stones.
Please, let me know how you'd like to proceed; I should have the photos by week's end (weather permitting).
Added by Zelda on Mar 29, 2015 10:43 AM
|MooreToots||Francis Elmer Whiteaker @ 91093581|
Hi Carol and Pete (Cousin's),
I belong to Whiteaker family through my G-Grandmother Clarissa WHITEAKER Toothman. I need to know, is there any record other than the 1880 US Census saying his name just 'Frank' or was it actually Francis, then "Frank" ? Maybe a Death Certiciate ? Some document, that says his first is legally "Francis" ??
Thank you, and GOD Bless!
Cousin Don Toothman
|circlegirl||RE: Mary A. Renninger Good|
|Mountaineer||RE: RE Mamie E Boehringer|
Hi Carol and Pete,
Mamie Erb Boehringer's mother, Emma Florence Erb, gave Mamie her own name because she did not want to reveal the father of Mamie. This information is per her granddaughter that Mamie raised. Mamie's daughter, Mildred, died when this granddaughter was pre-school so Mamie raised her. Emma Florence took her secret to her grave.
Thanks for all you do with Findagrave! ~Dora (Mountaineer)
|Margo Reasner||Charles Evans Cemetery|
I just wanted to drop by and thank you for the lovely photos that you have been adding to the memorials. -Margo-
|Mountaineer||RE: Mary Fox Kiefer|
Thank you! I will!!
|Carl Bennett||Wolfe corrections|
Thank you for the help. Do you believe there is a duplicate entry for William P. Wolfe in this cemetery? The birth year given is different, but not the death year.
|Buried Treasure||RE: Boyhans and Molloys|
Sorry, I dont't know what a SAC is! My email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
I'd love to share any info that I have, But I don't know much about the Molloys. James and Mary Boyhan Molloy was as far back as I knew before I found Mary on Find A Grave.
I found it interesting that when I looked at their oldest daughter, Mary Kathleen's info, her last name was McCluskey. That's my mom's maiden name.
Maybe Annie Molloy and Mary Kathleen married brothers.
My dear old Aunt Mary, my mom's oldest sister, born in Wishaw, Scotland, used to tell me about how she grew up in Montreal. She learned French as a small child, and as many children do, she translated for her parents in the local businesses. Her FindAGrave memorial # is 126171687.
When I was little, every January she'd have to register as an ALIEN! She didn't look like an alien to me. So she explained that she was born in Scotland and told me stories of her life.
Too bad she never told me about her grandmother, Mary Boyhan Malloy. Must've been named for her, right? My grandparents moved to the US in 1922 from Canada, so Aunt Mary and Great Grandma Mary (d. 1925 in Canada) must have been in Canada at the same time. It's fun to speculate.
Let me know what kind of info I can give you. I love this stuff!
|Buried Treasure||Boyhans and Molloys|
Hello, Carol & Pete. I've found a grave that you catalogued that I believe is my great grandmother. It' very exciting to see; I've been trying to find a Boyhan for a long time. Her record shows that Mary Boyhan had a daughter named Annie, and that was my grandmother's name! Annie Molloy. She was born in Scotland and lived in Ecorse Michigan when my mother was born on 1930. And I know that some of my mother's older siblings were born in Canada before Annie and her husband Harry McCluskey moved to the U.S. You've recorded her brothers' graves in Wayne county Michigan, too, so now I know more family. The puzzle is coming together. Thanks so much! Patty Ellis
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