|BobBoston||RE: Frank Herbert Newell|
Yes, it was a little disappointing. I so much want to find markers for the families. On the other hand, I've found some families are happy to go and buy a marker many, many years later. So I guess I can continue to say: You are very welcome.
|Sam Ramirez||Father Fagan|
I added a photo of Father Fagan and a brief caption concerning his heroic acts during a fire that eventually claimed his life. I am now a parishioner of St. Anthony's Church and have heard of his bravery and sacrifice. Thanks for creating a memorial to him. (Sam Ramirez) 9/11/13
|BobBoston||RE: Elizabeth Crowley|
You are welcome.
And I thought Gertrude might have been his sister.
|J Rowan||re: John Armour Crocker|
No I am not related. I was just trying to document the Miami City Cemetery. You can access Florida death information on family search at familysearch.org
Added by J Rowan on Mar 13, 2013 7:49 PM
|Crystal Payne||RE: Joseph Sentman|
Hi Eileen, I get my information from different sources. I might have gone through the cemetery and found some of the info or xcribed it from a file or funeral home records that I came across.
I would be happy to try to help you find some information but it won't be for two weeks until I can work on it. This week I am getting ready to go on vacation on June 2, so this week I will be getting packed for a camping trip to Ocean City.
When I return I plan on working on some family history at the library etc. If you will send me what information you have I will see what I can find. Send it directly to email@example.com.
|BobBoston||RE: John Newell|
You are welcome. Yes, Annie is buried there as well. She is listed as 72 and died in Cambridge, Ma. She was buried there on March 8, 1920 and is listed as the owner of the Lot. It happens quite often that the last one buried doesn't get name placed on headstone.
I hope this little bit of info helps.
|JP Rayder||Calvary Cemetery, Fagan|
This is the Francis Fathers Monument and there was not a flat stone for Fr Richard Fagan. .JP
|Sharon Lavash Hawkins||Robert & Jane Newell|
Hi Eileen - I found this, this afternoon. The stone is starting to fade and there's nothing on the back, but you can still see Robert & Jane's information. The headstone was exactly where you said it would be - yea :)
|GLENN||RE: Requested Photo|
From the main cemetery page, if you click on the requests it will show you a list of all the requests for the cemetery. There you'll be able to see if it's been claimed or if it's still open.
Which St. Joseph's Cemetery was the request for? I haven't gotten an email for a request in the St. Joseph that's nearest to me. But, I'm always willing to go on field trip if your request is sitting unclaimed...
Have a good one..
Added by GLENN on Oct 20, 2010 10:14 AM
|FullOBlarney||RE: James Michael Curley|
There are many people who have researched the family of JMC but not his mother Sarah. I've seen many conflicting trees out there. I got her parents names from her marriage record with NEHGS.
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