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Bill McEvoy (#46902415)
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RAINSFORD ISLAND CEMETERY - BOSTON HARBOR 2-12-2014

Currently posting 1850 - 1890 searching for Civil War Soldiers. Burial information indicates sad and tragic place.

GALLOPS ISLAND CEMETERY BOSTON HARBOR 7-3-2014 JAN 1871 -MARCH 31, 1873 JAN 1902 - MARCH 1902

CATHOLIC MOUNT AUBURN - UPDATE 1-19-2016

139 Civil War Veterans found, although there may be many more do to common names and occupation noted as "Laborer"

Completed adding available newspaper information for cause of death: homicide, accidents and suicide.

It appears that many infant children deaths, and some adults, were not recorded by certain cities & towns.

Many burials at Catholic Mount Auburn are misidentified on the City/Town death records as being buried at other cemeteries. All area cemeteries are mentioned. The Mount Auburn Cemetery (noted at Cambridge) is incorrectly noted many times.

1854 - December 31, 1920 Edited using death certificates. Online death records end at 1920.

MISSING RECORDS: I HAVE VERFIED WITH THE CATHOLIC CEMETERY ASSOCIATION AND SEEN FOR MYSELF THAT THEY DO NOT HAVE THEM.
Missing June 1, 1882 - December 31, 1884
June 1885
August 1895
Jan 1 1910 - June 30, 1911
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Maureen
RE: Catholic Mount Auburn. There Fosters also in the lot
Thank you for all of your hard work and help, Bill . Very appreciated :) I'm hoping to eventually find the Dunsterville connections across the pond. I know they were in Boston by 1849, Prior to that St John's Newfoundland, and in the early 1800's Kilkenny Ireland. There might be a connection with the Dunstervilles who moved from England to India. Hoping to connect with other descendants that might know more.
Added by Maureen on Jan 19, 2016 1:44 PM
RodneyF
Lynches & Harringtons
Hi Bill. Sorry for the late response. Thank you so much for your research on the Lynches and Harringtons buried at Mount Auburn.
Added by RodneyF on Dec 28, 2015 8:09 PM
Lynne Murphy
David Toomey
We found information on your "Find a Grave" for David Toomey who died in 1854. Can you please tell me where you got your information? We have been looking for his grave site for many many years. You have David Toomey listed in Lot 18, Row 7 East and Lot 29, Row 15 East at Catholic Mount Auburn Cemetery. Is it possible that he was moved from one site to another? If you wish you can send a response to my email which is Lynne.Murphy29@gmail.com.

Thank you,

Lynne Murphy
Added by Lynne Murphy on Dec 27, 2015 1:32 PM
Beals
RE: MARY MARTIN MURRAY
Bill
Thanks for clarifying the burials. I appreciate your efforts to assist us. Mary
Added by Beals on Dec 20, 2015 12:03 PM
Raul Oteiza
Thank you
Bill;

Thank you very much for your investigations at Mt. Auburn. It has helped me tremendously, and I am sure it is helping other people. I applaud you on your project.

Raul
Added by Raul Oteiza on Dec 04, 2015 1:19 PM
Raul Oteiza
RE: Rosendi Linares, Catholic Mount Auburn. also in the grave
Thanks Bill! I really appreciate the information. I now have to figure out who all these people are. I looks like this is a general burial plot. I was hoping to also find a Romeo Linares who died at 6 months (13 Aug 1895). Thanks for your help.

Raul
Added by Raul Oteiza on Dec 04, 2015 8:03 AM
Joan K Fitzpatrick
RE: Thank You for the Mt. Auburn Cemetery Information
Hi Bill, I would really appreciate the transfers from your recent edit of Mt. Auburn Cemetery. As you have written, some of my ancestors burial places were written as Cambridge, though it may have meant Mt. Auburn. Thanks in advance. Joan
Added by Joan K Fitzpatrick on Oct 31, 2015 6:16 AM
Pete
RE: Corcoran, Catholic Mount Auburn,shall I transfer these?
Bill,

Thanks again for the Corcoran and Casey transfers. I hope I can return the favor sometime in the future.

Pete
Added by Pete on Oct 28, 2015 6:30 PM
Pete
RE: Corcoran, Catholic Mount Auburn,shall I transfer these?
Bill, I sure would appreciate the transfers. Thanks for all of the research, too. That will give me a head start on the family tree with the Casey family. I didn't really dig that much into their family history.

Best regards,

Pete
Added by Pete on Oct 27, 2015 3:23 PM
richardcst.onge
RE: Walsh & Moran Pictures
If you do not mind transferring, that would be great.

Best regards,

Rich
Added by richardcst.onge on Oct 18, 2015 4:21 PM
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