|Tom Jennings||Alviso DiMedio|
I added the biography you suggested. I would like to link him to his parents. What were their names? Are they also buried in Calvary Cemetery?
I saw that you have requested a photo for Gilbert in Resurrection Cemetery in Madison. The cemetery is quite big, but I would be glad to photograph his stone for you if you can call the office and get burial locations for your requests. The folks who work at the office are very nice and are able to look things up without a problem or fee. The number to reach them at is, (608) 238-5561
Added by Jade on Dec 14, 2014 8:57 PM
|cstreip||Fr. Bede Jagoe|
Thank you for the excellent biography of Fr. Bede Jagoe, which is now on his memorial. I will happily transfer the memorial to you as well, if you like. Let me know. The many fine memorials you have added warm my Catholic heart!
Added by cstreip on Nov 29, 2014 8:10 AM
|Sho||Ft. Lincoln Cemetery|
Please call Ft Lincoln at 1-301-887-4930 and get Locations for your loved ones, 2 requests at a time. Add them to your photo request and you will be more likely to have them fulfilled. You may have to call several times to get that info. They are very hard to get info from. Plot 23 is not enough info.
Added by Sho on Nov 25, 2014 9:08 PM
Below is the email to contact the city in regards to a burial location for Alexis Nazar.
I would be more then willing to grab your photos once you obtain the location and add it to Find a Grave.
Added by Nickole on Oct 06, 2014 1:22 PM
|Darcy Starrs||Fr. Francis Thomas Starrs|
Hi : On Francis Thomas Starrs find a grave page it says his parents are Francis J Starrs and Katherine Gillooly. Would you know where Francis J stars was born ? Was it England ? or maybe Ireland ? Thanks, Darcy Starrs
|Barnard/OConnor/Wolford||Plus 2 more...|
I didn't realize James Leonard & Theresa Murray were also part of the family plot. So it is an 8-person plot. I can transfer the Osberger memorials to you if you want them.
|Barnard/OConnor/Wolford||Sottek - Clement & Elizabeth|
They are in a family plot that includes James. The other side of the marker is Osberger and has places for James, Phyllis, & Mary Lou.
|Tyler Harris||Rev.Peter Spencer|
Just read your story and memorial on Rev. Spencer and was Surprised that he was not listed as famous. Perhaps that is something you can influence find a grave to change. He was a man among men. Thanks for doing a great job on the memorial and information on the plaza. Your work speaks volumes.
Thank you for the biographical material for Bishop Healy! Annie
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