|Barbara (Burns) Mc Carty (#47103352)|
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I have been research my family roots since 2004. I have been searching for my brothers and sisters as well as my mother. I found them all some with great ease others with some trouble. |
Some still alive others that have passed on.
I have learned many wonderful and sad things about my family. I really enjoy doing geneology work and finding new family members. If you find you are related to some of the surnames in my family please contact me I would love to hear from you.
You can find my family tree at: http://ancestry.com under my profile barblabs
I am a mother of 3 with 1 grand child and 4 grandchildren on the way. I want them to know who
their family is and where they came from unlike myself.
If I can connect or help someone with finding a long lost relative, I feel as though I will be helping others in a great way. Thanks to everyone that has ever help me in my searches and I hope to be able to bless some one else in the same way I have been blessed.
My the hearts of chilren be turned to their Fathers and Mothers.
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|Steve C||RE: Find A Grave Memorial# 69063483|
I transferred your great grandmother to your care. I visited Locust Hill Cemetery last April. I create memorials for anyone who is buried next to my grandparents. My second grandparents (Reffley) died in 1936 as well. My thoughts - it is possible since we are talking about 1936, they may have been friends, or a possible relation of some sort. Lois husband, James W Ivy is buried at Oak Hill Cemetery. He remarried after Lois passing. I added obituary cards for each. To make sure Lois is first on James memorial, I used a marriage year of 1940 for Martha.
Wish you the best this holiday season and in the year to come.
Added by Steve C on Dec 09, 2011 8:57 AM
|Bill Schraeder||RE: Photo Request You filled.|
You are very welcome. Yes, Dorothy is buried a couple of space to the left of Joseph Burns. If you add a memorial for her I will add a photo of her marker. E-mail me when you are done. Bill
I think He was my Great Great Great Grandfather. My Great Great Grandfather was Nelson Napoleon Van Rensalaer Burns Born in 1809. My GG Grandfather was Martin Van Buren Buns born in 1848. We have been trying to verify this for about 10 years. Any info you have to help us would be great. Thank you
i am thrilled for you- she is buried in the Saint Lukes Cemetery in Castorville - Memorial Number 7040433 and there is ton of information on her page. What a wonderful Christmas.
Merry Christmas to you and your family.
Barbara: It sound like to me that we are looking for the wrong last name. If your grandmothers maiden name was Mann, then what was her married name. She is probably buried under her married name. Let me know and I will try to help some more.
Good luck in your search.
|Nan Hubbard-Kelly:)||Marie Mann|
Barbara: I was trying to fulfill your request for Marie Mann in the Castroville Community Cemetery. It it a very small cemetery and I have walk and looked at every grave at least 3 or 4 four time. I can not find a Marie Mann in this cemetery. The only thing I can think might have happen is that it was unmarked and has now grown over. I e-mail the funeral home in Castroville to see if they could help, but have not received a reply. The oldest grave in this cemetery is 1912. I am sorry I am unable to help. If I find something out, I will let you
know. Good luck in your search.
I was trying to fulfill your photo requests of Lydia and Nicholas Burns in the Second Creek Cemetery today, I did find Lydia and uploaded her photo to her memorial page, the only other Burns was a Small white military marker not far from her but the first name is unreadable, the last clearly shows Burns, so I did not put it on Nicholas's page because of my uncertainty but I do have photos of it and one to show the closeness of the stones so please let me know if you are interested in these other Burns photos.
Added by Becky on Jun 19, 2009 5:33 PM
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I sure would like to do what you ask, but I need names, cemetery and state.
|One Kountry Traveler||RE: 7150169|
Your welcome. My husband's grandmother is buried in the Hilburn Cemetery and when we went to visit her grave last fall we found that the cemetery had been mowed. I have never visited the cemetery in all these years when it had been mowed. So, I thought that would be the perfect opportunity to photograph all the graves and put then on findagrave.com.
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