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Sheila Robbins (#47246766)
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randal nichoalds
Ethel Minerva Porter Bernhardt
Thank you so much.

Added by randal nichoalds on Apr 10, 2014 10:48 PM
randal nichoalds
Ethel Minerva Porter Bernhardt
Could you please transfer to gravedigger as she keeps messaging me saying I have her mother held hostage. 46817467.

Thank you I can not leave a message for her. I am going to report her if this keep up.

Added by randal nichoalds on Apr 09, 2014 9:15 AM
randal nichoalds
Becker, Smith and Gray
Added by randal nichoalds on Oct 18, 2013 6:58 PM
Keith Hunt
RE: Patrick J. Buckley
Hi Sheila, just one comment, at that time, it was merely "St Mary's" church. It didn't become St Mary's Cathedral Basilica of the Assumption until many years later. "St Mary's" has had three different structures in three different locations in Covington. It was considered "the Irish church." Irish lived all around it. Catholic churches were somewhat self-segregated during that period in Covington and to some extent... still are!

Here are a couple of pictures of St Mary's after 1853 (the second structure). Not sure when the second one was built:

More detail:

There have been three "St. Mary's" Catholic Churches in Covington, Kentucky. The first was dedicated in 1834 by Bishop Purcell of the Diocese of Cincinnati as the first Catholic church in Covington, Kentucky. By 1851, because of a rapidly growing Covington population, St. Mary Church became insufficient to accommodate the needs of the parish. That year, the congregation purchased a lot on the north side of Eighth Street between Greenup Street and Scott Boulevard for the site of a new church. This is a picture of the second St Mary's Church, located on the north side of Eighth Street, between Scott and Greenup Streets and built after 1853. This church was replaced by St Mary's Basillica of the Assumption, built beginning in 1894 and was mostly completed by 1915, but still considered unfinished. The Cathedral Basillica was dedicated for use by Bishop Maes on 27 Jan 1901. Refer to the Cathedral's website for more information:
Added by Keith Hunt on Sep 02, 2013 7:53 PM
RE: Jeremiah Greene, Sr.
I am perfectly fine with that. Thank you for asking me. My information is for anyone to see and know.
Added by Greene-Shemwell on Jul 09, 2013 11:25 PM
RE: Lewis Ralph Crain
You are very welcome. Glad Lewis is with family. Chris
Added by macso on Apr 16, 2013 12:13 AM
RE: Lewis Ralph Crain
Hi Sheila: I am happy to transfer Lewis to you. I believe memorials should be with the family that loved them. Chris
Added by macso on Apr 15, 2013 12:16 PM
Chris Mills
Prichards - Forest Lawn Cypress
Hi Sheila,

I linked them together and transferred them to you. I found Leota in the cemetery records but can't find her in the Social Security Death Index, I am hoping you have a birth date for her. I just realized I misspelled Leota's maiden name but you can fix that.

Thanks for the kind words. It has been quite an undertaking. Perhaps a bit too much. I am only two weeks behind on my SACs now, trying to get caught up.
Added by Chris Mills on Dec 03, 2012 10:36 AM
RE: Kirby Jewell Fairchild
I beleve it means family plot. I took this record off of a list in the local library which was done by some mormons.
Added by Joyce on Nov 10, 2012 10:21 AM
Noma Kelton Henderson
Crawford Craft Marlow

Margaret Peggy Patterson dau of John Wesley Patterson Wi-Li MoonTubbee brother of Moshube Tubee Great Chief of the Choctaws. Duke Marlow
son of Ben Marlow and Susan Ward (1st wife) testified that his step mother and father were
in Tennessee and never in Alabama. We have found the deed records proving they were. The above link is to Crawford on my database with the notes
and research.

Added by Noma Kelton Henderson on Jul 30, 2012 1:00 PM
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