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|Leilani||Paul and Doris Monroe|
Thank you very much for the information you provided for their memorials, I really appreciate it!
Added by Leilani on Apr 22, 2015 2:28 AM
|Phantom Plot Picster||ahh.....|
I do know it is supposed to be YOU'RE. LOL
|Phantom Plot Picster||RE: William H. Willard|
Your very welcome Tom! I enjoyed doing it.
|BobBoston||RE: Cosgrove & McGreenery Memorials|
You are very welcome. Celebrate Volunteerism!!!
|Terry Goodwin||RE: McNamara Burials|
You are quite welcome, always glad to help and thank you for your kind words.
|George Gray||RE: Gertrude Wooding|
Prior to taking the photo, I removed the metal bracket that held two brown Christmas wreaths. Thus, someone visited the stone this past winter to decorate the stone. I replaced the bracket for reuse.
|Bill McEvoy||RE: Mary McIntire Farrell, 1805-1880|
Per Ancestry.com Mary Plunkett, maiden name McIntire, died 12-29-1880 at 75 Decatur Street,wife of James. Born Ireland, Father-Francis, Mother - Ellen, died of Chronic Bronchitis, (1 year), heart disease (6 months) Buired at Watertown. You should add her to Catholic Mount Auburn
|Bill McEvoy||RE: James, James F and Mary Ann Plunkett|
I would not have the 1880 burial as it was before 1885 and not on the headstone. My records note the burial of 3 Eifler children in that lot, who died under the age of 1, 1885 & 1887. I'll put them up later. Any relation?
|Bill McEvoy||RE: Robert A. Farrell & Mary Berran Farrell|
|Bill McEvoy||RE: Elizabeth & Michael Farrell|
Happy to assist. Never could figure out why some posters do not want to transfer their postings.
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