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Louis Roth
RE: De Varila
that's fantastic!
I was out there today with my buddy Jay, a vet, and told him of our man De Varila.
there was a great memorial ceremony put on by the cemetery.
he said that he should be able to have a monument given his service.

I'll help push for it if you need the help


Louis
Added by Louis Roth on May 26, 2014 10:57 PM
Louis Roth
RE: De Varila
if he is in lot 65 then there is no marker.
I wish there was ....
maybe double-check with the office to be certain
Added by Louis Roth on May 24, 2014 9:22 AM
Kathleen Galvin-Davis
Francis Gallucci
I was so surprised when I received your photo request. Sparky was one of my dad's best buddies for years. He is my brother's godfather. I will be more than happy to take the photo for you as soon as some of the snow melts.
Added by Kathleen Galvin-Davis on Mar 11, 2014 7:27 PM
Cheryl GT
RE: Pantaleone Gulla
I also found a 2nd Pantaleone Gulla at St Michael in Boston married to Caterina. I made the memorial pages for them. If this is a relation to you I would be happy to transfer.
Added by Cheryl GT on Mar 03, 2014 4:20 AM
Gerry Jean
RE: Giovanni Berti
You're always very welcome!
I also took a photo of Letizia Berti's crypt which was right next to Giovanni's and just uploaded it to her memorial page.
Added by Gerry Jean on Jan 13, 2014 11:06 PM
EHM
RE: Hans & Elizabeth Bechtel
Thank you for creating their memorials! They are my 7th great grandparents and I am glad to have the opportunity to honor them.

Evie
Added by EHM on Jul 23, 2013 1:08 PM
Kathie
McNary's in Calvary St. Louis
Hello,
I did a little digging and it appears the reason those 6 McNary's were buried on the same day is because they were moved from Rock Spring Catholic Cemetery.

[Rock Springs Catholic Cemetery (Sarah-Duncan-Boyle-Clayton, moved to Calvary in 1879, and a vault beneath St. Bridget's Church. see also New Catholic Cemetery; 1849-1954)] via the STL City public Library

But, from the St. Louis Death Register:
Alice died 4 nov 1863 less than a 1yr born in StL
Bridget 3 sep 1866 age 12yrs born in Ireland
Bridget 30 Jun 1866 age 40yrs born in Ireland
James 23 Jul 1859 age 50yrs born in Ireland
there is Mary that was buried in Rock Spr- not Maggie - 19 feb 1855 age 2yrs born in StL

Thomas is not in register that i have access to .
Alice and 12yr Bridget had a note in the Register that they were 'removed to Calvary'

So I don't know if that helps or hurts, but it may not hurt to look into it.

Kathie
Added by Kathie on Jun 26, 2013 6:45 PM
virginia
Joseph Motiska Request
Hi,
Was just working in St. John's Cemetery in Hazleton and noticed your request. I've photographed most of the cemetery and am in the prcess of "walking" the Cemetery to get plot locations, etc.
The name you are looking for does not sound familier to me.
I see on the obit that interment was in St. John's in Exeter,Pa. I searched and found info on a roots web: St John the Baptist Catholic Cemetery is located at 121 Schooley Ave in Exeter,Pa. Their phone# is 570-655-3761 or 654-2112. You might want to give them a call.
Good luck, and have a great tomorrow!
Virginia
Added by virginia on May 31, 2013 8:49 PM
virginia
Joseph Motiska
Added by virginia on May 31, 2013 8:34 PM
Roger D. Davis
RE: Woolhiser
I am the one who originally had read and posted this cemtery back in May of 2001. The cemetery was in real poor condition, with all stones laying flat on the ground and some broken. Others were crumbling into rubble from deteriation and were completely unreadable. I wouldn't be surprised if at this time many are gone. I assume the forest debris and the contact with the soil has caused this deteriation. The headstones were very old and probably made of some sort of poor sandstone making them soft and vulnerable to the elements.

I was told by a resident near the cemetery he had been in it some years before I read it and that he was able to make out some of the stones at that time and discovered that many were of very young children. Probably the deaths caused by some sort of plaque in those days.

Glad I was able to help you and in the spring I will have to make a trip back up and check this area again. It's very close to my home.

Added by Roger D. Davis on Jan 06, 2013 6:38 AM
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