|Bets||Colluras in Holy Cross|
Are you related to the Colluras that you have listed in Holy Cross? I have two myself and wondering if they are related as the dates seem like they may be siblings.
Added by Bets on Feb 10, 2015 6:26 AM
|KB||Harry Ramsey/Mary Ellen Callen|
I just added my dad Joseph Francis Bell to the site. He is buried at Holy Cross though I don't have the location. I am from his second family and guestamated his first wife Marie's death. I remember there was a stone already with Marie's dates and his name when we attended his burial. My dad was Gertrude's brother and one of just 2 Bell aunts who I knew. I have fond memories of her. From the stone photo that you posted, Aunt Gertie is buried with her parents - true? KB
Added by KB on Nov 19, 2012 8:27 AM
|Judy Salvatore||Harry R Bell/Mary Callan Bell|
Thank you so much for the photo. Finding the photos helps verify information. Your time and effort is greatly appreciated!
This is my great grandfather and great gandmother of my mother's paternal side. Gertrude is their daughter.
|Jeff Pincin Sr.||Carolus H Effinger|
The grave for Carolus H Effinger in New London Presbyterian Cemetery is unmarked. If you would like I will post a picture of family plot.
New London Presbyterian Cemetery
|Bill Bloom||RE: Hilario Rivas|
You are very welcome. You've made MY day!
|Michelle Robillard||Rosale Montbleau # 67247422|
Sec. F, Lot 157. I went out looking for her grave today, however, I couldn't pin point it. But I do have the plot record... Let me know if you'd like a copy. Next time I go out(within the next two weeks), I'll look again . The original owner of the plot was a Daigle.
|Jules B||Thank You|
Thank You for the photo!
I very much appreciated it.
Added by Jules B on Mar 19, 2011 1:47 PM
|Donna Di Giacomo||Peter Reilly - New cathedral Cemetery|
I took a pic of the grave location - Section M, Range 11, Lot 47, Grave 2nd East. The name on the stone was Reilly, but the names on the stone were John T. (1893-1970) and Mary A. (1897-1960). There were no other names on the stone. If this is the right stone, I'll post the picture immediately.
|Carrie for Charles E. Tatem||Fritsch|
This old man was confused today and I missed photographing Harry Fritsch's gravestone. I will run up to Beverly tomorrow ( Sat. ) and do it. Also, will photograph his wife's stone as a small reward for your patience.
|John Tosten||Schwarzmann Gravesite|
Thank you for taking a picture of the Schwarzmann gravesite.
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