Thank you for taking the picture and posting to findagrave.
Added by Marie on Nov 03, 2015 7:44 PM
|Mike Jenkins||RE: John Joseph Sullivan|
I believe your right about Margaret/"Maggie" and Josephine/"Josi". I would put those two on Find A Grave. The last I have of Maggie is 1880, 17 yrs old and Josephine 1900, 35 yrs old.
The blank space #4 may have been reserved for their sister Kate who I can't locate after 1880 22 yrs old.
Anna's husband Timothy is probably not here because I believe he died before 1878. It was just a shot that he might be.
Cornelius and John I believe are the two you found. I have them both unmarried until the time of their deaths, and living with their married sister Mary (my G Grandparents). This would explain why they are buried with the family.
Thank you very much for the detective work, to bad they did not include their last names and dates to help you out more.
|Mike Jenkins||John Joseph Sullivan|
LuAnn, thank you again for finding John. Was he the only other Sullivan there? I ask you this because I am at a dead end with his Parents Timothy and Ann (my GG Grandparents). And his sisters Kate, Maggie, Josephine and Ella (my 2nd Grand-aunts)
|Kathy Phelan||Carl Mayer|
Thanks for this one too. I went to high school with their daughter and son (twins). As you probably know, Louise was a Lauck. Everywhere I go I run into a Lauck. What can I say.
If you are interested in finding any more memorials, let me know. I know the Achgills are located in the same section.
|Connie Heck||Louis Henry|
Thank you for the photo you posted...
|Kelly Heuser||Joseph Louis Golc|
Thank you so much for these photos.
thanks so much for the HRUBAN photo. I appreciate your help.
|Rosalee Jones||Williamand Agnes Headstones|
Thanks very much for your search and posting of the above. It is very much appreciated.
|Mike Jenkins||Cornelius Sullivan|
LuAnn, thank you so much for taking the time to take these pictures. I have a question, Could you tell if there were any other Sullivan's related to Cornelius around his marker or the bench?
|Kathy Phelan||RE: Marie Lauck|
Absolutely - I went to high school (Sacred Heart) with JoAnn Lauck. Our class sort of adopted Mrs. Lauck as our favorite mother.
I've been working on burials in Holy Cross trying to locate not only the Laucks but my family as well. The cemetery is fascinating. I love roaming through it. I found my sister-in-laws grandparents and several of the Schludeckers just this past week.
Thanks for your help.
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