|Salena Odom (#46601326)|
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|My name is Salena, and I became *very* interested in genealogy when my younger brother David (he was 34) passed away on December 12, 2003. His passing made me realize that I needed to do *something* to get the family history down. I'm half Hungarian, and the other half is a mix of Irish, English and Apache. My hobbies include writing and embroidery, as well as genealogy.|
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|W. Jones-Jordan||Memorial# 8331828|
Father O'Hayre was a close personal friend of mind and I'd like to manage the grave site, if you wouldn't mind.
|W. Jones-Jordan||Bernard O'Hayre|
Do you have any means of finding the obituary on Bernard O'Hayre? Or the place of death? Thank you very much.
|Betty L. Gonzales||Machtalena Heit|
Salena, there is a request for Machtalena Heit headstone photo, do you know the location other then the street name and is there a headstone?
In this 1866 History of Denver (below), he's listed as "Very Rev." (Bishop). Of course, the irony is his appointment as Bishop in 1868 on the headstone.
Salena...FYI....if you don't designate a cemetery for your loved one on Find A Grave, anyone searching for the Moffat name will not have a successful search in finding your father in law. However, you can designate a cemetery where others of your family are buried and then add a note to the bio explaining about the disposition of his ashes. At least someone will find him if they are searching for memorial information. I had a similar situation recently with one of my own relatives. Good luck.