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Nicole (#46773446)
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Bio Photo If you have questions, additions or edits for me, please feel free to email me at nicoledi@ptd.net or use the edit button on the memorial.

Current Project:

I am working on accurately transcribing Delaware Cemetery in Dingman's Ferry, Pike, Pensylvania.
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Taken from the Pike County Press, (Milford, PA)
Published November 18, 1910
Written by: Cecilia A. Cullen

A GRAVEYARD'S RAMBLE

I took a stroll in the graveyard
One bleak November day,
When the skies were dull and leaden
And all around looked gray,
And gloomy, so my thoughts were;
I felt in a pensive mood
And sought a lonely hour
That I might think and brood.

It was very still and silent
Not a living soul was seen,
And all alone I wandered
Through the narrow paths,
Between the marble head stones
And monuments so grand,
They looked like ghastly sentinels
Guarding the sleeping band

There stood a massive granite shaft
That towered up so high
It seemed to say 'neath it
No common form could lie;
A magnate's name I read,
And knew him through hearsay;
I wondered if his body
Became a high graded clay

What wealth I saw about me
In these cold well chiseled stones;
The sculptor's grandest masterpieces
Is raised o'er rich men's bones;
Oh! What a sham and mockery
The poor, that man oppressed
And filled his coffers from the blood
Of starved - let him rest.

I passed along and then I came
To a lone neglected spot,
Where weeds had grown and read
"Here lie my bones to rot.
No name, no deed recorded;
Naught else could be seen
But I felt that, that unknown one
Had been somewhat like me.

Soon my three scores years and ten
Will pass, I will lie
Beneath the sod forgotten,
But little will care I
If my God to my soul mercy
Will show 'twill matter not.
I'll choose this crude inscription:
"Here lie my bones to rot."
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I have been doing genealogy for the past 11 years.

I am researching the surnames:

Abate
Antonelli
Barbato
Barnhouse
Beatty
Blagg
Capobianco
Casale
Catenacci
Ciardiello
Coppola
Covino
Cromwell
D'Alessio
DeFazio
DeLuca
DiGennaro
Ferrara
Germano
Golini
Lombardi
Iuliano/Luliano/Juliano
Martino
Minichiello
Minucci/Minucchi
Moscinski
Nisivoccia
Papa
Pastore
Pellegrino
Piantedosi
Ragucci
Russo
Sacco
Saccone
Sasso
Savino
Sciorrioto
Schillaci
Sellitti
Sellitto
Sica
Simeone/Simione
Zuccaro
Zullo

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Perry W. Caldwell
Blanche Shepard
Hi Nicole,
Nice to hear from you again, I have added the info for Blanche.
Please delete the first try, fingers sometime get in each others way....
Perry
Added by Perry W. Caldwell on Feb 14, 2014 2:16 PM
Lulabell
RE: Simeon Blagg
That is Adam, Clara & Evan Blagg. Adam is the son of Simeon & Harriet.

Lu
Added by Lulabell on Jan 03, 2014 9:09 PM
Rebecca McIntosh
Hood Family
Thank you for the transfer of my family members on the Hood side of the family, and most recently my grandmother, Rosa K. Hood, 107462717. I appreciate all of you efforts and thank you for a job well done. I sincerely hope your research continues to be a source of joy, accomplishment and fulfillment for you.
Added by Rebecca McIntosh on Nov 01, 2013 3:56 PM
Mario Ragucci
RE: Hello Nicole
Yes, especially if you are from around Naples. Thank you for the note, Nicole. I was just thinking of you recently. I saw several graves that you have memorialized, quite a few. Do you consider yourself to be a prolific graver? You know, I can research my mom (from Florida) and her ancestors clear back to 1790's. But my dad, his parents are from Avellino, It. So they are it and that is sad for me. I have the names of my fraternal great grandparents, but that is where it ends. I wish I could make contact with my Italian ansestors electronically. When you say you research, what do you look at? Are there ever going to be prolific gravers out of Avellino :-)
Added by Mario Ragucci on Oct 16, 2013 5:04 PM
Mario Ragucci
Hello Nicole
Just stopping by to say hello to you. You were one of the first people I connected with at Find A Grave. Have you discovered anything new about Ragucci?remember you sent me pictures from around Naples, Avelino, Piasdiorda (?) I still have them in my collection and I appreciate what you sent. Best to you Nicole!
Added by Mario Ragucci on Oct 01, 2013 4:09 PM
Jack Lowe
THANK YOU!
Appreciate you initially creating the memorial for Samuel S Kutz, and for transferring control to me.

Regards from a fellow ancestry buff...

Jack Lowe
Punta Gorda, FL
Added by Jack Lowe on Aug 08, 2013 3:49 AM
Jack Lowe
Samuel S Kutz
Hi Nicole,

I'm in the process of entering burial information for family members into Findagrave. I just entered a headstone picture for Samuel S Kutz 64836371; he is my uncle.

I'm going to be posting his wife and daughter who are also buried at the Northampton County Shrine.

Could I take control this profile?

Thanks... Jack
Added by Jack Lowe on Aug 04, 2013 4:30 AM
Ron Meyers
RE: Mary Eagen
Any time, Nicole.
Added by Ron Meyers on Jul 24, 2013 7:28 AM
Tony Chiofolo
RE: Charitable Martino & Regina Martino
Opps, you are correct, it should be 1956. Thanks.
Added by Tony Chiofolo on Jun 12, 2013 4:30 PM
m hendriksen
RE: Vincent DiGennaro
Glad I found him for you
Added by m hendriksen on Jun 07, 2013 1:45 PM
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