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Linda Hart (#47132059)
 member for 7 years, 1 month, 8 days
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Bio Photo I am a genealogist/researcher who works primarily with clients wishing to prove descent from a Mayflower Passenger. I am also just an avid family researcher always researching lines in my own family including surnames: Leslie, Munroe, McNulty.
Am presently on the boards of the Pilgrim Hopkins Heritage Society and the Pilgrim Isaac Allerton Society. Am a member of the Mayflower Society, United Empire Loyalists, Daughters of the American Revolution and numerous family organizations. I love this site and am willing as time permits to continue as a volunteer taking pictures of gravestones for other members.
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maandrus
Thomas J Seamans Jr.
I'm just getting around to the emails and photos that you were able to find and update Find A Grave for me from last November.

I wanted to make sure that I thanked you for taking the time to go and find the headstones for me. I don't know if you understand the appreciatation I have for you doing this; I am very grateful.

Again, thank you!
AA
Added by maandrus on Jul 23, 2013 6:56 PM
PatS
Zadock Washburn
Linda, I have also posted pictures for their children Mary E, and Frank H. on their respective memorials.
Pat
Added by PatS on Jun 26, 2013 10:54 AM
James Tansey
RE: Annie Foley
2 photos were placed on this memorial fro a Linda Hart Added by: Linda Hart
11/06/2012? I do not believe this is my Grandmother's Stone! Thank You
I will wait for your reply b4 removing them.
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Annie aka Honoria McGowan Foley [Edit Name]


Birth: 1845, Ireland
Death: Jan. 19, 1925
Leominster
Worcester County
Massachusetts, USA [Edit Dates]


Mrs. Annie Foley, aged 72 years, died Saturday night at the home of her daughter, Mrs Mary E Tansey, 44 Middle Street. Besides her daughter she is survived by two sons, John Foley of Springfield and Martin Foley of this city and a sister, Mrs Mary O'Neil of Rochester. The funeral will be Tuesday morning at 9 o'clock from St Leo's church with burial in St Leo's cemetery.

The funeral of Mrs. Annie Foley was held this morning at 9 o'clock in St. Leo's church with a high mass of requiem celebrated by Rev. Michael Lahey. At the conclusion of the mass, Miss Mary Sullivan sang "Sweet Saviour, bless us ere we go." and Miss Helen Burns played the organ. The bearers were Jon McGowan, Frank Sweeney, Patrick Flynn, James McGowan, Hugh Coyle and John McHugh. Burial was in St. Leo's cemetery.

Death and Funeral taken from Fitchburg Sentinel 19-20 Jan 1925
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Spouse:
Terence Foley (1846 - 1902)

Children:
Mary A Foley Tansey (1874 - 1934)*
Michael Foley (1877 - 1934)*
James Joseph Foley (1878 - 1913)*

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Saint Leo Cemetery
Leominster
Worcester County
Massachusetts, USA [Add Plot]

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Created by: James Tansey
Record added: Jan 18, 2012
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Birth: 1845, Ireland
Death: Jan. 19, 1925
Leominster
Worcester County
Massachusetts, USA [Edit Dates]


Mrs. Annie Foley, aged 72 years, died Saturday night at the home of her daughter, Mrs Mary E Tansey, 44 Middle Street. Besides her daughter she is survived by two sons, John Foley of Springfield and Martin Foley of this city and a sister, Mrs Mary O'Neil of Rochester. The funeral will be Tuesday morning at 9 o'clock from St Leo's church with burial in St Leo's cemetery.

The funeral of Mrs. Annie Foley was held this morning at 9 o'clock in St. Leo's church with a high mass of requiem celebrated by Rev. Michael Lahey. At the conclusion of the mass, Miss Mary Sullivan sang "Sweet Saviour, bless us ere we go." and Miss Helen Burns played the organ. The bearers were Jon McGowan, Frank Sweeney, Patrick Flynn, James McGowan, Hugh Coyle and John McHugh. Burial was in St. Leo's cemetery.

Death and Funeral taken from Fitchburg Sentinel 19-20 Jan 1925
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Family links: [Edit]
Spouse:
Terence Foley (1846 - 1902)

Children:
Mary A Foley Tansey (1874 - 1934)*
Michael Foley (1877 - 1934)*
James Joseph Foley (1878 - 1913)*

*Calculated relationship

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Burial: [Edit]
Saint Leo Cemetery
Leominster
Worcester County
Massachusetts, USA [Add Plot]

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Created by: James Tansey
Record added: Jan 18, 2012
Find A Grave Memorial# 83654851




Added by James Tansey on Jun 02, 2013 6:09 PM
James Tansey
Annie Foley
I have noticed you have added 2 photos of the grave of Annie Foley. I do not believe this is the grave marker for my Great Grandmother? My Great Grandfather was Terence Foley. Although I do not have a picture I believe she was buried in Ayer, Ma along with her husband? Could you inform me of where these pic's were taken. Thanks
Jim Tansey
Sierra Vista, Arizona
Added by James Tansey on May 11, 2013 11:44 AM
Dino
RE: Other MUNROEs
The plot next to Samuel and Iva does not have a marker. Maybe that is where Mary is. My grandparents also came from Nova Scotia (Cape Breton).
Added by Dino on Apr 24, 2013 2:41 PM
Dino
RE: Munroe and Larkin
You have an outstanding request for Mary Munroe(1913-1961). It is not her. As I recall there are three people interred. I will have to get back to you after I visit the cemetery. Hopefully next Saturday.
Added by Dino on Apr 15, 2013 8:52 AM
Dino
RE: Munroe and Larkin
This was pure luck. Usually a request with no specifics in a 150 acre cemetery will not be fulfilled. The unusual spelling of the family name resonated, and I spotted the marker while surveying the landscape relative to another matter.
While these two markers are adjacent, there is another Munroe family marker about fifty feet away. It is not the other one that you requested.
Added by Dino on Apr 15, 2013 8:16 AM
BobBoston
RE: Harley Merle Leslie d. 1939
You are welcome.
The Burial Plot needs to placed on the memorial page of Harley for those that wish to visit his marker some day in person. They would never find it without knowing the location. The same holds true for the 5 Requests you have at Woodlawn... That too is a HUGE Cemetery.
Bob
Added by BobBoston on Feb 04, 2013 2:55 PM
Carol Lynds
Stuart Family
Linda, Thank you so much for taking the pictures of the Stuart stones and monument! I really appreciate it....and all you do for the FindAGrave community. Carol
Added by Carol Lynds on Nov 24, 2012 10:23 AM
Carol Lynds
Stuarts Stone
Gees, sorry Linda! I just found notes quoting the 3 Stuarts: "L. Stuart, Harriet, and Sarah. I will request a photo, when you have time!
Added by Carol Lynds on Nov 06, 2012 7:35 PM
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