Julianna Bodnar Thank you for the updated information you supplied for this person on FIND A GRAVE. I am not related to any person whose memorial I’ve posted and have no problem transferring any over to a relative or friend. Keep up your great work. John
3rd wife of Stewart Rice The 3rd wife of Stewart Rice is Elizabeth Helms. The daughter of William L. Helms and Rachel McCoy She is a sister to my great-grandmother Alcey Emeline Helms Ivey Yandle. Also a brother of Stewart's Valentine Wentz Rice married Mary Elizabeth Yandle a daughter of my 2nd Great-Uncle Samuel Yandle. Stewart and Elizabeth were married on November 11, 1872. Eizabeth's first husband James T. Ivey was killed in the Civil War.
Olive Mary Menard Werhand #104909990 This is my mother...could you transfer to me please. I thought that I had requested this before, but it seems that I did not. I would appreciate it so much. Thank you.... Sheila Werhand Alba
James Boyes Please remove your photo from #20590027. You put it with the wrong James Boyes. Your photo belongs with the older James Boyce #48159455, but that memorial I did and it already has a photo. I am adding the proper photo to the younger James Boyes (confusing I know!!)
Walter Flynn I took a photo of a Walter A Flynn at St. Mary's. I'm not sure if it's the one you need the dates are different. I also took a few of other Flynn's in that area. Let me know if you would like to see them.
I am Elizabeth Burke Boney's great grandson, by way of her daughter Lucy Boney and grand son, John Brislin. I just had a headstone installed for Elizabeth (as you could tell the stone looks new, but she passed away in 1960). I recently buried my father in the plot next to her...and so realized my family had not finished that very important task.
Re: Flynns. I keep a family tree on Ancestry.com which you are welcome to browse, but I do not have much information on the Flynn family. My uncles were only able to share a few stories.
Re: Dominic Burke - our common ancestor. He has been a little mystery for anyone which whom I have had contact on this side of the family because we have so little concrete information. One mystery, is that the Plymouth paper had a death notice in June 1902, but in the 1900 census, his wife lists as a widow, living with the three younger children... yet it appears Dominic is living in a separate unit (but on the same census page) up the street in Avondale Hill by himself. I have always wondered if the Dominic in the newspaper is our ancestor or someone else because of these discrepancies.