|Kevin Gillhooley (#47338935)|
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Hi, my name is Kevin and I love researching my family tree!! |
I am specifically interested in the Gilhooleys from Brooklyn and Westchester County, NY. In addition, I'm researching the Dunckleys, Morans, and Swifts also in Brooklyn, NY.
My biggest find has been my great-great-great grandfather, Cornelius Adams, at White Plains Rural Cemetery in Westchester Co!
My biggest challenge is James Gilhooley/Gilhuly/Gillooly who lived in Scaresdale, Westchester County, NY from 1869 - 1886. James was born in Ireland ~1843, emigrated, married an American girl, and had several children. His last child was born 1884 and the 1900 Census shows him deceased.
I could use help identifying cemeteries in Westchester County where he could be buried. He is not at Gate of Heaven, White Plains Rural, Mount Calvary, or Kensico. :-(
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|Marilyn Weakley||Holy Mount cemetery|
I just called the cemetery to find out Rose's location and they said that she was not buried there. They also said that someone else had called earlier (probably you)? She told me that it is possible they they mixed the name up with the Mount Hope cemetery. I just called there but with issues with the storm, they seem like they are having some problems right now and are only talking to people about burials.
|Marilyn Weakley||Rose Gilhooley|
I found the info for Rose (and the other Gilhooley's) on www.fultonhistory.com. It is a free website that has many newspapers, from mostly New York. The specific newspaper is called "The Daily Argus", which is a Mount Vernon, newspaper. It is dated 27 March 1911. The article mentioned that she had a neice named Mrs. Thomas Tobin, who lived in Scarsdale, NY at that time. , at that time but I am unclear as to what city she was living in then. Rose's address was 202 South 4th Street I can e-mail you a copy of the newspaper if you give me your e-mail address.
|Chris Mills||Frank Thomas|
Thanks for taking care of that. Anything we can do to keep the site well organized is helpful.
I found a few Gilhooleys (including several James') with their death dates and burial info and posted them on ancestry. One of the James Gilhooley's was in listed in a Brooklyn newspaper and it stated that the wake was in Elizabeth, NJ and the burial was at (only the last few letters can be read-I believe they are beth or peth). So I believe he was either buried in Elizabeth, NY or in Magpeth (I believe it is called) in NY. Ido not recall the name of the cemetery. I posted it last night but you can type in Gilhooley under my name and names I have posted.
I also found some Gilhooleys that were buried in a St John's cemetery. The newspaper was also a Brooklyn, newspaper. I think that there are two possibilities in Brooklyn. One is a St. John's (that does not have many names posted in it-as of yet) and the other is a St John (that I believe has a lot of people buried there).
I also posted a few other Gilhooley's that were buried in other locations.
|Marilyn Weakley||James Gillhooley|
Did you ever find the James Gilhooley that you were looking for? I see that you added several to www.indagrave.com.
|Brenda & Pete||RE: Aloysius Williams|
You're very welcome. Glad we were able to help. Have a great evening.
Brenda & Pete
|Marilyn Weakley||Johanna Cronin|
I see that you had added her name and got her death certificate. I was wondering if any of "your" Cronin's lived in Yonkers? I do not think (right now) that I am related to Johanna but there are a lot of Cronin's in my family tree.
|C Rhoades||RE: Frank Owings!|
You are so very welcome!
|GLENN||McNEILL GRAVE IN L.I.N.C.|
I got the picture you requested for John McNeill in L.I.N.C. There is no one else buried in the plot.
Have a good one...
Added by GLENN on Jan 18, 2012 4:30 PM
|Clint Dunn||George Ausburn|
As per your email request it is my pleasure to transfer this memorial to your care before George started to fuss to much.
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