|Chris PIGOTT (#46872562)|
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|ColinA||RE: Cotterstock M.I.|
The churchwarden suggested that the several memorials in the belfry, which are far too high to be read, were moved there by the Victorians. Given my poor equipment I was quite pleased with the shots and I found you an extra member of the family too!
Added by ColinA on Nov 24, 2014 1:06 AM
I am going to try to get to Cotterstock this weekend.
Added by ColinA on Nov 21, 2014 9:26 AM
|Jan||Joseph and Mary Phair|
I haven't done a lot of research on the Phair side of the family as of yet, but I think I may have something about a son Joseph. I will look back in my paperwork to see what I may have. I would love any information about the Phair family, as you probably have so much more than I do. Thank you so much for this info. you have sent, I will share what I have when I find it if you would like.
Added by Jan on Aug 31, 2014 2:14 PM
|Jan||Joseph and Mary Phair|
Joseph and Mary Kearney Phair were my GGGrandparents. I have a letter from St. Mary's Church in Limerick stating that they did get married there, but that's all of the info. they had. I thought I had put her maiden name on when the memorial was transferred to me, I definitely forgot, so thank you for reminding me. I have a copy the ships manifest of when they came over. Are you related?
Again, thanks for reminding to put Mary's maiden name on.
Added by Jan on Aug 30, 2014 8:03 AM
|SueM||RE: Phair @ Melbourne Cemetery|
Hi Chris, wow, very interesting article. I am guessing the you have a real interest in the Phair family. I can do one of two things for you #1 Add the article or #2 transfer the 3 Phair family members over to you for your care and then you can add what ever you like.
Let me know which you would prefer.
Added by SueM on Apr 16, 2014 11:30 PM
|SueM||Phair @ Melbourne Cemetery|
Hi Chris, I have updated all of the Phair memorials and also upgraded the close up photo so you can now click on them and see the stone a lot better.
The only change that you suggested, which l did not do was too John Phair's memorial regarding his year of birth. The headstone states that he was 35 years old at the time of his death...so l have left it at that.
You also mentioned that he was a part of the 40th regiment...do you have any more info on that?
Added by SueM on Apr 11, 2014 2:27 PM
|Larry White||Wm H Pigott, Jr|
I've looked carefully at the stone photo and do believe the last two digits of the death year are 02 rather than the 82 I had transcribed. I'll be back at Cypress Lawn later this week and will have a second look. If the sun is right, I'll try to get a clearer photo. It still does look as if the year is now 1802 (which makes no sense) so I'm thinking the 8 is an error. Again I'll check more when I can actually touch the stone/trace the grooves with my finger.
However, with both the stone and the newspaper obit identifying Louise/Louisa as his wife it seems unlikely that she was his mother.
|EHL||RE: Richard OASTLER|
Chris, I have uploded the grave Photos of Richard Oastler. Not very Good I'm afraid.
Added by EHL on Sep 02, 2013 8:29 AM
Chris, I have been to St Stephens churchyard today and took a few pics, albeit from my phone,of Richard Oastlers' Grave. If you would allow me I would like to post them on your page? Maybe you should think about putting him in the famous section? Regards Allan
Added by EHL on Aug 29, 2013 6:37 PM
|M Bustillos||RE: GILES burial site, Sutter Creek|
You are welcome. I wish I had found a gravestone for him. He seems to have had an interesting life.
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