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9400 W FORT ST
DETROIT MI 48209-2599
PHONE 313 841-0188
HOLY CROSS CEMETERY
8850 DIX ST
DETROIT MI 48209-1093
Any questions regarding Holy Cross Catholic Cemetery, please call Our Lady of Hope Cemetery: 734-285-2155
Our Lady Of Hope Cemetery
P.O. Box 1125
Southgate, MI 48195
The Archdiocese of Detroit now oversees the cemetery, and the Holy Cross Cemetery office has permanently closed. All of their records were sent to the Our Lady of Hope cemetery office.
Emil Joseph Kapaun (April 20, 1916 – May 23, 1951) was a Roman Catholic priest and United States Army chaplain who died as a prisoner of war in the Korean War. For his wartime activities, the Roman Catholic Church has declared him a Servant of God, the first stage on the path to sainthood, and on April 11, 2013, President Barack Obama awarded the Medal of Honor posthumously to Captain Chaplain Kapaun
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Diegel, Harriette Ann Leonard #36658658 (MOM♥)
b. Jan. 6, 1925 d. Feb. 17, 2001
Diegel, Phillip Louis # 36658388 (DAD♥)
b. Aug. 13, 1921 d. Jun. 8, 2001
Mendez, Pauline "Eva" DeLaGarza #36299597 (MOM♥)
b. Nov. 8, 1939 d. Jan. 6, 2005
Mendez, Ricardo "Hobo Rick" #36296776 (DAD♥)
b. Oct. 8, 1937 d. Nov. 30, 1999
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Wyke, Darrell N. #35073128 (UNCLE♥)
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|william poma||RE: MERRY CHRISTMAS|
Hi Phil , Thanks for Aunt Marion page and aMerry Christmas to you and your family
|j wyke||Dalton etc|
Good afternoon Phil;
Made the changes for the Daltons' thanks to Dales' info/ help.
Found Aunt Mary Dalton Clay she is linked also.
Cert. is up for a short time.
Happy Thanksgiving week
Added by j wyke on Nov 28, 2015 9:56 AM
|Dale Renaud||Eily Dalton|
My Mistake. Eily died 1 Sep 1959
|Dale Renaud||RE: DOMINICK DALTON|
Eily Dalton died 1 Sep 1954 in Ecorse, buried 4 Sep 1954 Holy Sepulcher, same as Dominic
|Dale Renaud||RE: DOMINICK DALTON|
According to St Francis Xavier church records Dominic buried at Holy Sepulcher in Detroit. I do have a copy of that page of the church records that shows it, not a good copy but a copy. Write me at email@example.com and I'll send it along
|j wyke||RE: Martha Elizabeth Laymen Leonard|
Good afternoon Phil...
what joyous news to receive. !!!!
I'm still working on all her records that she complied for the Layman family tree.. and keep in mind that Grandma did that before computers..and the net.
Boy she really got us hooked on genealogy when we were small .37 years later we still are obsessive about it.
The gr-grands are up too thanks to SusanQ also... :)
have a good one....
Added by j wyke on Jun 06, 2015 2:05 PM
|SusanQ||RE: Martha Elizabeth Laymen Leonard|
Glad I could help you. I have obits for Thomas J Layman died 1892 and Thomas Jasper Layman who died 1965. Do you need them?
Added by SusanQ on Jun 06, 2015 8:36 AM
|Alexandra||Lydia Ann Bull Case|
I have been doing research and according to the census documents, Lydia was born in New York. Are you certain she was born in Wisconsin?
|william poma||MERRY CHRISTMAS|
HI , MERRY CHRISTMAS TO YOU AND YOUR FAMILY'S
By now you're probably aware of "Mother"'s real name, but your poignant "I wish I knew your real name" message on the memorial pulled at my heart, so I did some research. I've left the information on the memorial itself, including submitting links to her parents, who are buried in the same cemetery. I have world access on Ancestry.com and started a tree for Mother and her husband, William, and am having a lot of fun filling it out. Now I'm writing an entry about my discoveries on my genealogy blog and just wanted to let you know what I'm doing. I don't know your real name, so I won't use that, but was wondering if I could use your Find A Grave name? No information regarding living persons will be shared on my blog, which is at www.lemon-knapp.org/wp.
I do hope you've found out the information on Mother's real name. :) And I also hope you'll give me permission to document her story on my blog. I won't publish the story until you've told me it's okay. (This is not a well-publicized blog, nobody reads it except one or two members of my family.)
Denise Lemon Knapp
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