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Jacquie Demsky Wilson (#47307170)
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Bio Photo I consider myself to be my family's unofficial historian, and I see it as one of my responsibilities to visit cemeteries.

I work in Austin, Texas. I have a B.A. degree in Historical Studies, and a M.L.S. degree in Library & Information Studies.

I am a member of the Association for Graveyard Studies, Save Austin's Cemeteries, GenealogyWise, Texas State Genealogical Society, Williamson County [TX] Genealogical Society, and Hudson County [NJ] Genealogical Society. I am also a Family Search indexer.

My Website: Stone Gardens -
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Messages left for Jacquie Demsky ... (78)[Leave Message]
RE: MI Shaughnessy
I have no further info, sorry. You could call the cemetery office
Added by ProgBase on Feb 20, 2015 5:07 AM
Debra Fortune
RE: Waldos
You're welcome! Had a family emergency. I'm so sorry for the wait!
Added by Debra Fortune on Oct 29, 2014 5:35 PM
Mary Finnerty
Jacquie, I have transferred Mary Finnerty's memorial page to you. I'm sorry for your loss.
Added by Christine on Oct 23, 2014 7:12 AM
Tina Adams
Dodge, Roselle
Hi Jacquie, Roselles' photo has been added as well as Arthurs.

Take care,
Added by Tina Adams on Oct 08, 2014 4:27 PM
Eric Crow
s/s meaning
This was submitted by another editor. It means same stone.
Added by Eric Crow on Oct 05, 2014 7:21 PM
Michele Kemp-Sivets
RE: Patrick T. Kemp
Thank you for responding. Appreciate your advice. Am new at this. Haven a great week!!
Added by Michele Kemp-Sivets on Aug 26, 2014 5:54 PM
Michele Kemp-Sivets
Patrick T. Kemp
Hi Jacquie:
I have been searching for my brother Pat Kemp and came across your posting for Patrick T Kemp. My brother's middle initial was N, however he used several names. The birth year is the same. I would appreciate any information you can give me.
Thank you.
Michele Sivets
Added by Michele Kemp-Sivets on Aug 25, 2014 10:53 PM
Velma Greer
RE: James M. Tucker (#50335235)
Hi, Jacquie
Yes, he was a cousin in my family history. My mother, Ida Phern (Rhea) Matthes, was the granddaughter of Ezekiel Moses Rhea and Martha Ann (Campbell) Rhea. Ezekiel's sister was Hannah Roswell (Rhea) Tucker, who was James Milton Tucker's mother.

How can I help you?
Velma Greer
Added by Velma Greer on Aug 24, 2014 8:36 PM
Sarah Beck
I have found burial information for a Sarah Beck..
She was aged 76 and her address was Well Street, Coventry. She died on the 14th Dec 1875. Buried at London Road Cemetary. Square 94, grave 178
No marker. also buried in the grave are:

Eliza Beck buried aged 5 wks 23 Jul 1876. Well St.
Leah Mary Elliott aged 4. 4th May 1880. Well St.
Denis Wilfred Johnson 10 months. 13th May 1908. 2 Court, 26 Gosford Street.
Ann Emma Laband. 5weeks.10 Feb 1876. Russell St.
Ann Robinson, aged 41. 13th Jul 1884. Hill Street.
Also found:

Sarah Beck buried 8th Aug 1875. aged 74. Spon Street. Square 102, grave 7 unmarked.
also in the grave
John Beck 8th Dec 1878. aged 61. Spon Street.
Hannah Louisa McKnight. 3rd Jan 1887. aged 28 Tamworth. (Town not Coventry)
Mary Ann Shuttleworth aged 53. 9th Sep 1903. 59 Little Park Street.

Added by Keith on Jul 23, 2014 2:24 AM
H. Martin Soward, III
RE: Smalley family
Occasionally organizations such as genealogical societies honor someone who has made significant contributions to the field of genealogy. The TSGS recognizes such people at their annual conference by awarding them the title of "Fellow" of the society. I received the reward in recognition for using genealogy in my classroom and for assisting my students in preparing family history projects that were entered in the annual contest sponsored by TSGS. My students won first place every year that we entered a project. Unfortunately, due to curriculum changes, it is now virtually impossible to devote any time to such projects.
Added by H. Martin Soward, III on Jun 27, 2014 8:30 PM
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