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My family research started in 1980.
In August 2007, I founded the Angel Babies Memorial Project. The mission of this project is to discover and record the gravesites of infants and children who died in New York City and other states between 1798 - 1948 and link them genealogically to their families.
Every memorial serves as a tribute to a youngster who died much too soon. They all deserve to be remembered and honored, and given a sense of dignity and love in death that may have been denied to them in life. By doing so, they will not be forgotten.
"Preserving the past and present for the future"
Search for lost family photos on Deadfred.com
Be sure to visit the online memorials below:
James Jackson (1771 - 1899)”
Interred at Washington Square Park “Old Potter Field
Millie Taylor Jefferson (1887 – 1894)" (NEW)
Household Servant to President Thomas Jefferson
James Cook (1758-1798)
First person documented on microfische at the New York City Municipal Archives.
Billy Three Claws (1878-1899)
Elizabeth Jennings (1830-1901)
"The Rosa Parks of Manhattan"
Annie Moore - Schayer (1850-1924)
Annie Moore was the first person processed through Ellis Island on January 1, 1892.
Second African Burial Ground
Partial interment list as of May 19, 2011
Windsor Hotel Fire Victims – March 1899
New York City Cemetery List
I am researching the following surnames: Murray, Cuddy, Purcell, Lyons, Hourihan, Crowley, Haley, Coons, Ginty & Twiggs families of New York, Boston, Mass., New Brunswick, Canada, County Mayo, Town of Ballina, County Kilkenny, County Kerry & County Limerick, Ireland.
For genealogy purposes.
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|Barbara Samans||Alexander Bryan Johnson|
Alexander was also a victim of the Windsor Fore in NY in 1899: see: Find A Grave Memorial# 122588562
|MWeakley||Gillespie children info|
I also (recently) found a marriage notice for ALbert Gillespie who married Lillian Ursula Pfeifer, Mildred Gillespie who married J. O'Rourke and the engagement of Chester Gillespie to Laura May Ryan. All three articles mention their mother's name (or initials) and give her address.
Added by MWeakley on Jan 15, 2015 6:29 AM
|MWeakley||Margaret Dovonan O'Connor|
You may be interested that I found her death notice today. She is buried at the Long Island Cemetery with her husband Charles J. O'Connor.
The article states that she is the daughter of Loretta Donovan and her siblings are Loretta Petterson, Anna McNaughton, May O'Reilly, Sally Crifisi, Rita Lally, James Donovan and Catherine O'Reilly. She also had two children.
Added by MWeakley on Jan 15, 2015 6:19 AM
Apparently all the Kuykendalls are related, but these would be sooooooo distant I'd have no idea how. The ones I'm interested in at the moment are in West Virginia. Thank you however for thinking of me, you go ahead and list them :)
|kal239||RE: Grave procedure - Calvary|
Thanks for this explanation about how Calvary is organized, it makes perfect sense to me (I think). If I'm understanding you correctly the locations that they are giving out via the office do not correspond to how they have labeled (?) the actual cemetery once you get out and walk around? Sounds crazy.
All of that said, I had made more than a dozen requests a few weeks back and used the locations that the office provided me - all but the 3 remaining requests were fulfilled successfully. I'm assuming that the person that fulfilled my other requests had learned to make the adjustments you described. I can double check on that - I would not be surprised if there simply wasn't a stone on these remaining 2 grave sites. There was what seemed to be an empty space where the photographer expected to find one of my requests...
Thanks again for your information - very helpful for the future!
Added by kal239 on Jan 14, 2015 10:03 AM
|ronzoni||RE: Happy New Year|
Still above ground, thanks. Happy New Year to you as well!!
Added by ronzoni on Jan 13, 2015 7:28 PM
|Greg and Cindy Thredgold||Mary Kooker Naylor-Booz|
Thank you for the transfer…
|DJB||RE: Hedda Petrie Redfield|
No problem . . . enjoy your research. . .and Happy New Year to you too!! :-)
Added by DJB on Dec 31, 2014 4:19 PM
|Brandon Burns||RE: Welcome|
Thanks New York Historian!
|Greg and Cindy Thredgold||RE: Mary Nylor Booz|
Her death certificate reveals what further research confirmed:
NAME: Mary C Booz
[Mary C Kooker]
BIRTH DATE: 30 Aug 1842
BIRTH PLACE: Pennsylvania
DEATH DATE: 21 Feb 1923
DEATH PLACE: New Hope, Bucks, Pennsylvania, USA
FATHER NAME: Henry Kooker
MOTHER NAME: Elizabeth Strause
MOTHER BIRTH PLACE: Pennsylvania
CERTIFICATE NUMBER: 23322
Mary C. (not sure if I gave you this middle initial) Kooker, daughter of Henry Kooker & Elizabeth Strause.
She was the wife of William B. Naylor b. 1834 - d. 1886. first … marrying him around 1865, two children show up Wesley W. Naylor and Addie D. Naylor.
Upon her second marriage, she became the 3rd wife of Walker C. Booz act 1891 as per the 1900 Census.
Hope this isn't too confusing. Seems that whoever purchased the headstone wanted to make reference to her first marriage (and rightfully so as there were children involved) as well as the surname of her second husband Walker C. Booz.
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