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Glenn Wallace (#46802463)
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Bio Photo Currently on the Board of Directors and acting Registrar of Monocacy Cemetery in Beallsville, MD. I spent the past 9 years archiving this cemetery -- all 5,595 graves AND researched every person's genealogy so their FindaGrave memorial would be a complete resource for future generations seeking their ancestors.
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Tanya
RE: Marcella Benson
Marcella actually has her own stone, she's not on the reverse of William's stone (like many are). I can go back this week to get William's - I always check both sides, an normally scan the area for family. I missed William, but I will make sure I go back for him. Thank you.
Added by Tanya on Jul 26, 2016 6:43 AM
Robert M. Clarke Sr.
RE: Dye Cemetery #1
This cemetery is close to Lonaconing, Allegany County, Maryland.
You have to go thru private property to get to it and you have to get permission to go thru.

Bob Clarke nanapap@verizon.net
Added by Robert M. Clarke Sr. on Jul 25, 2016 10:50 AM
James Michael Drew
RE: Ireland
I cannot thank you enough... I will click on it and hope they can assist... have a great weekend and thank you again!
Added by James Michael Drew on Jul 03, 2016 5:46 PM
James Michael Drew
RE: Ireland
Thank you...somehow it got tagged in one of the pictures of my 4th great grandmother... do you know if there is a way I can find out a list of those buried within that cemetery? Or anyone's that might be nearby? any help would be appreciated!!
Added by James Michael Drew on Jul 03, 2016 5:38 PM
James Michael Drew
RE: Ireland
Hello and thanks for responding. You have a photo in here with your name as a credit. It is of Church of Ireland Adare Union St Nicholas Church. It indicates that one of my relatives: my 4th great grandmother Ann Alford Drew might be buried there. I am taking a trip to Ireland and would love to visit her grave and any other of sites that my ancestors may be buried. As the photo was your credit, I contacted you in order to try to receive any help possible.

I would attach the picture, but the site does not allow me to do so- is there another way I may send it to you? Thanks again for any help!

J. Michael Drew
Added by James Michael Drew on Jul 03, 2016 5:24 PM
James Michael Drew
Ireland
Glenn,

This is J. Michael Drew and I am heading to Ireland a week from now and am trying to find a few of my Drew or Kelly relatives as well as my deceased great great grandparens and 3rd great grandparents gravesites....

Samuel Drew and Bridget Kelly were my 2nd Great Grandparenst and Patrick Kelly and Ann were my 3rd and I believe they were buried at the cemetery in your photo in Adare.... any help you could give me would be great... my email is mdrewstrdev@comcast.net Thanks so much!
Added by James Michael Drew on Jul 03, 2016 10:55 AM
Noelani
Ens. Marshall Darby
Hello! I have been trying to keep track of the USNA grads who were lost of the USS Oklahoma. Unfortunately, my records haven't been the best and illness has made it worse, so I've gotten a bit confused about whether Ens. Darby's remains have been identified. I thought they had been, but now can't find confirmation of it. I don't know if I'm getting him confused with the two others from his class, Ens. Joe Hittorff, whose remains were recently identified, and Ens. Irvin "Igloo" Thompson, whose remains were identified back in 2008.

I have seen a recent list that is supposed to be official, of those who have been identified. Thompson isn't on it, but I guess that could be due to his being identified as part of the earlier effort. However, last Saturday, in Madisonville, KY, there was a funeral for Ens. Lewis Bailey Pride, Jr. USNA '41. His remains were identified recently, but his name is not on the list. Is it the same was with Marshall Darby? I'm very happy to learn that Darby had a ship named for him. Pride did, too.

Anyway, if you have any further info that could help me keep straight whose remains have been identified and when, and where they have been interred permanently.

Thanks very much!

Darillyn Lamb Starr
noelani54@hotmail.com
Added by Noelani on Jun 24, 2016 2:00 AM
Headstone Genealogist
Mount Royal Cemetery Photo Request
Mount Royal Cemetery has 165 acres. The burial plot location must be supplied so a volunteer can go take the photo.

You can get this free information by filling the form here: www.mountroyalcem.com/index.php/en/our-services/genealogy-menu.html and in the "Desired Service" field, select "Burial Location (free)" and enter the information.

If the Genealogy page was not helpful then email your request to genealogy@mountroyalcem.com

The cemetery will email you the location (3-10 working days).

Have the memorial updated with the plot number.

You will have made it possible for the photo to be taken.
Added by Headstone Genealogist on Jun 17, 2016 11:45 PM
Kenneth Wilson
Thanks
Thank you so much for all your hard work. I have several Russells buried in the Cemetery in Marlborough, MA . And I also found out that two of them were killed in the Civil War, on at Gettysburgh.
Added by Kenneth Wilson on Jun 17, 2016 3:54 PM
Clarksburg Historical Society
Mary Willson Neel Waters
Hello Glenn,
I am rwith the Clarksburg Historical Society. I have done a lot of research on the Clark(no e according the the gravestone of Ann Clark, wife of Clarksburg town founder John G Clark). Mary is the grandaughter of John and Ann Clark. I have met with a direct line family descendant. She had guessed Mary might be buried with Dr. William A Waters but was not sure. I have visited the cemetery where Mary's parents William Willson and Sarah Jupine Clark are buried. She is not there. I have visited the cemetery where her first husband Thomas Neel is buried and she is not there next to him. I have visited the Waters Cemetery and there is no gravestone or partial gravestone next to her second husband. Why do you think she is buried there? Thanks for your help
Jean
Added by Clarksburg Historical Soc... on Jun 14, 2016 8:19 PM
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