RE: Catherine Breen When the weather warms up and the snow is gone, I'll go back to the cemetery and take more photos of Patrick's stone and the surrounding area. I'll also look more closely to see if there might be an unmarked grave there.
It makes sense that if they were buried in the same town, it would be in the same cemetery, but I don't know why there wouldn't be a marker.
RE: Catherine Breen St. Magdelen's church has 2 cemeteries and a mausoleum. The first cemetery is the one that I documented. The last burials seem to be in the early 1930's. After that, the parishioners were buried in the new cemetery, which is about a mile away. The church told me that they don't have any records for the older cemetery.
Also, you should know that the older cemetery was referred on death certificates as "The Catholic Cemetery in Flemington", not just "the Cemetery". If your death certificate didn't specifically say "Catholic", your ancestor may be in a different cemetery in Flemington. There are several.
RE: Clara and Frederic Neff Jo, look at Clara's memorial... #88108063. Shows 2 pictures you posted... by the way, are you in Wayland? my aunt and uncle lived there (he is now deceased), Jim and Elizabeth Troutman... again, thanks for the photos Diane Durian Lindall
Clara and Frederic Neff Thanks so much for the photos...any idea why Clara has the one stone and then the joint one??? strange...lol I would like to ask your permission to use these photos on my ancestry.com site. I completely understand if you would rather not have your picture reproduced in this manner and will abide by your wishes. Again, thanks for taking the time to get these photos. Diane Durian Lindall