|Familly Researcher (#47970572)|
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|I am descended from families of John Winthrop's Fleet of 1630 and have ancestors that have served in King Philips War, the Indian Wars, the American Revolution and the Civil War. Have been researching my family for over a decade and am just getting into the Irish side of the family. I have a special interest in the Civil War and have been researching African American veterans of that war.|
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|Pat Van Den Berghe||fag 98778454|
Abail Hannaford, thank you for photographing his stone. He is from Manchester, NH and most of his family is buried in the Valley Cemetery. I have created a virtual cemetery of the civil war soldiers I have found there, I was told originally there were 20-40 but have located 100 so far. Not all stones have their service on them and it takes some research but I am finding them., I have 5 ggg uncles that served with the 177th out of New York State, all returned, all pensioned.
Thank you for the work you do.
Pat Van Den Berghe, Historian
|Janice Dyer Doran||Allen's|
My husband's ancestor's were Allen's and I have not gotten that line researched back very far. If you look at #71699455 you will see all I know. I do have, in our family tree, his father being Thomas Allen and that's all I have. Don't know where they came from, etc. If you have any information that might tie in I would be happy to have it.
Thanks for the information on Nathan Archer that you sent me.
Janice Dyer Doran
|Cathy Pepin-Toussaint||Grave information for William O'Connor|
Hello. I see that you created a record for William O'Connor, memorial #100411743. He died on 23 Aug 1909 in Worcester, MA and he is buried in St. John's cemetery in Worcester. You included the following information: "He was a member of the George H. Ward Post 10 in Worcester of the Grand Army of the Republic. His service is listed on the gravestone." You also have a photo of a medal from the Civil War.
William is my great-grandfather, and finding this additional bit of information is a bonus to me, as well as seeing that medal. Can you tell me how you are related to him, and if you have any other info or photos?
|John Barrett||John Ratigan|
I noticed that you had found a John Ratigan buried in St Johns during the civil war. I have traced part of my family back to some Ratigan's, Maggie and Delia in the 1880's in Worcester. I also have found that one of the Ratigan's was buried in St John's. Any chance that John is related to Maggie and Delia?
|Phantom Plot Picster (AKA Mary)||Find A Grave Memorial# 98523673|
Can you removed the pic you posted so I can add another clearer photo.
Thanks ever so kindly for all you do for findagrave!
|Cresscherry||Elvira J. Powers|
Dear sir or madame -- You come up as the family researcher/contributor of a photo of the grave marker of Elvira J. Powers at Hope Cemetery in Worcester, Mass. Can you tell me how you are related to her? She wrote a memoir of her time as a civil war nurse in which she mentions my great-grandmother, C. Annette Buckel, MD, who was the director of nursing where Mrs. Powers served. I would like to contact Mrs. Powers' family to let them know how much I appreciate her memoir, to learn more about her life after the war, and to tell them of the amazing life led by my great-grandmother as one of the first women MD's in America. Thank you for any help you can give me.
PS - I am new to Find a Grave. I'm not entirely sure how to get back here to see your response. You may contact me directly at email@example.com.
|khoscilo1||Libby, Laverty, and more...|
My fiancee is the great-great grandson of Abbigail Laverty and Patrick Markey, both buried in St. Johns. I'm the family researcher and genealogist, for this generation, and rather then make this a hobby, I treat it as an unpaid, part time job. You can say I really like what I do :).
Abbigail's father James Laverty is buried in an unmarked grave, with his wife Ellen Calligan. He fought in the Civil War. He and his wife died the same day, 22 Nov 1909, of unrelated causes. Sad, but sweet.
His brother Andrew S. Laverty enlisted. He was only in service a month and a half before he was mustered out. Died 25 Jul 1910.
Another brother, Joseph Fitton Laverty, was in service for 4 months. Died 12 Jan 1880.
Their brother Oliver Laverty fought in the war, but is buried in Maine.
The father of their sister Catherine's illegitimate daughter, Alfred Jones, fought in the war, but is buried in Unknown, probably Maine.
Their brother William Laverty fought in the war. Died 5 Nov 1891. Did 3 tours.
His son Frederick Laverty lied on his enlistment records, and entered the service at 16, in 1866. Not in the war, but he does have a Civil War marker in St. Johns. Died 21 Jul 1877.
Their brother John R. Laverty did not fight in the war.
His son John R. Laverty Jr. fought in the war. He did 2 tours. Died 15 Oct 1875.
His other son Robert M. Laverty fought in the war. Not sure when he died, but apparently you have some records on this.
His daughter Margaret Ann Laverty's husband Herbert Alonzo Libby was in the War. He died in 1920.
Their other brother Robert F. Laverty fought in the war. You have a fairly detailed listing on him already.
Their father Robert had a brother named John. Neither of them fought in the war. They were the immigrant ancestors to the family.
One of his daughters Mary Laverty married Sgt. Sefton "David" Orrell (Worrell). He fought in the war.
His other daughter Lucy Laverty married Thomas Jackson Proal, he fought in the war.
His only son Andrew Laverty enlisted in Jun 1861. He died in 7th Mar 1862 in Washington DC. He had been released from a POW status after the Battle of Ball's Bluff, and he didn't make it home.
-John Laverty (Didn't fight)
-----Robert Laverty (Didn't fight)
----------Sgt. Robert F. Laverty
----------Andrew S. Laverty
----------Joseph Fitton Laverty
----------Catherine Laverty (Alfred Jones)
----------John R. Laverty
---------------John R. Laverty Jr.
---------------Robert M. Laverty
---------------Margaret Ann Laverty (Herbert Alonzo Libby)
-----John Laverty Jr. (Didn't fight)
----------Mary Laverty (Sgt. Sefton Orrell)
----------Lucy Laverty (Thomas Jackson Proal)
----------Andrew Laverty (Died during the war
So of the 7 Laverty's in St Johns, that fought in the war and are listed on findagrave.com, all are related. The only one I don't know is Joseph C. Laverty, but I have a serious feeling he is too.
Now, not all of these are buried in St. Johns.
Also of note, 6 of Robert's 8 son's fought and survived, some with injuries, some without. One of his 2 daughters had a relationship with a man who would go on to fight.
In contrast, Robert's brother John had 3 children (two more that I still can't name or prove). One married a vet, the other married before the war to a future soldier. His only son died after being taken POW.
I hope this helped. Also, I would love to find out if I could peruse your holdings to see if I can find some more information out on these men's military records. I'm in Worcester, and would love to exchange any more information you might need. And I also have a few stones photographed that you don't have.
Again, Happy Thanksgiving, and enjoy the weekend.
|khoscilo1||Libby and Laverty|
I was poking around your postings, when I found two interesting individuals. Robert M. Laverty, and Herbert A. Libby, both buried in St. John's Cemetery, Worcester, MA. They both fought in the Civil War, but I thought I would let you know they were brothers-in-law. Herbert married Margaret Ann Laverty, Robert's younger sister. Herbert was born 16 Dec 1852 in Rutland, MA. He died in 1920 in Worcester, MA. Robert was born about 1846 in MA. My son is related to the Laverty lineage. I would love to talk, in case you are too!
|Paula Lyons-Myrick||William Lyons and Mary Ahaesy|
I'm connected to the Lyons & Quinn families that immigrated to Massachusetts from Kilsheelan /Carrick on Suir, Ireland area. I just became a findagrave.com member so that I can add info and photos re: Lyons family members buried in the Saugus & Lynn area of Mass and happened to come across your William & Mary (nee Ahaesy) Lyons entries.
Wondering where info came from which showed William was born in Kilsheelan. I believe this is true, but have found no US records showing this info. I've searched the Kilsheelan church records in person and recall many with surname of Ahasy & Hasey in that area. Any information you can share would be greatly appreciated. Perhaps I have information that would also interest you and would be happy to share.
|John Wilby||George W Cross|
You put some gravestone pictures on the
memorial for George W Cross Find A Grave 113782516
I recently entered all the other people on
Is it possible to enter the photos for the
other six people? If so Thanks!
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