|Jacqueline McGady-Saier (#46492881)|
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names: Casey, Donahue, McGeady / McGady, Raudenbush mostly in Penna before moving out to other states
husbands side; Karvelis / Salumskas / from Szajerski changed to Saier
Holy Cross Cemetery
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|Susanne D||Waterman at Cavalry|
Hi, Today I will post a photo for Margaret Waterman. I did not find a headstone for her, but I did find Arthur (1871-1941) at the site. If you create a memorial for him I will post the photo.
|Pam Gleason||RE: Thank you so, so very much|
I am glad to help.
|Frances Achinko||Message to Mrs. McGady-Saier|
I was one of the nurses at Saint Christopher's Hospital for Children who took care of your beautiful child. What a sweet, beautiful little girl. As a nurse you get attached to the children you take care of. Jennifer was so special to us on our floor. It was an honor to know her and take care of her. I was so saddened to hear that she passed.
|Mike Bell||michael foley|
i found a headstone in new cathedral, is this the same michael foley?
|kunderkin||McGeady, John & Alice|
I wonder if the McGeady family that I am researching is connected with yours. My gggrandmother was Bridget McGeady Langen of Easton, PA. Her parents were John b. 1845 and Alice b. 1843, both born in Ireland. Alice is buried in Immaculate Conception Cemetery in Allentown. If we have a connection, I would appreciate any information you can share about John and Alice. Thank you.