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Brian Scott DONOVAN (#47304182)
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I'm researching DONOVAN, MAGNIER, POWER & REGAN in (Lismore, Co. Waterford); McMORROW, McLAUGHLIN & McLOUGHLIN in (Glenfarne, Manorhamilton, Cloonclare Parish, Co. Leitrim): SCOTT & PHILLIPS in (Belfast); BRENNAN on (Jail St., Thurles, Co. Tipperary (North Riding)); McINERNEY in (holy Cross, Co. Tipperary (North Riding)), MULLETT & WALSH(E)/WELSH(E) in (Tramore, Co. Waterford; Portroe, Nenagh, Co. Tipperary (North Riding)); MULLETT in (Palatine, Co. Carlow; Castledermot, Co. Kildare) all the preceding in IRELAND; MULLETT & Van DAMM in Brussels, BELGIUM; DUFFY & DUNCAN on (Long Island, NY & NYC); CDONOVAN, McLAUGHLIN, McMORROW, POWERS, SCOTT & WALSH in NYC.
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Kelli
Daniel A Donovan - 1903 death
Brian -

I am wondering if this man was married to Ellen Donovan nee Nealis.

Thank you

Kelli Lynch
Added by Kelli on May 01, 2015 2:35 PM
LMcGShea
Mary Loretto Smith
Memorial #124774366

I see you posted this memorial earlier this year. I was wondering where you got this information - I think this might be my grandfather's first wife. Are you related to her? Any idea if there is a son Edward/Ted buried with her?
--Linda Shea
Added by LMcGShea on Nov 11, 2014 4:28 PM
A Horan
RE: Gen'l Joseph Nicholas DONOVAN
You're very welcome for the photos. They've been emailed to you now. Good luck in your researching of the Donovans! Thank you for your nice message.
Added by A Horan on Jul 16, 2012 6:41 PM
FrancisMattesonLine
Francis Daniel and Helena Bowen Connery
Thanks for linking Francis to his parents and for the typo catch on Helena's transcribed obit. MJ Hook is the original researcher that provided us with much of the info on this branch of the family and did some of the article transcriptions, I just copied and pasted and did not edit her work. Some of the graves are listed at the SNE IRISH website and I will also get the epitaphs she transcribed.

My Great-Aunt Rita Scotti from the other Tobin-Connery part of the family also is the one who gave my sister the portraits of these cousins before she passed away. I am working on getting these uploaded as I verify the dates taken and proper ownership of all of them.

Cheers!
Added by FrancisMattesonLine on Jun 27, 2012 10:55 PM
Alysia
Hogan Plot
Hello again,
Im not sure why you didn't receive my email, maybe it went in your spam stuff. Anyways, I was told by the woman at the office that Walter was buried next to a Nellie and Edward Hogan. She was not sure whether or not he had a stone, but I did come across the others in his family. They did not have any records on how these people were related to one another. But maybe Nellie was his wife, or sister. It did say in the records that this family plot was purchased in 1888 though. I did make memorials in this cemetery for all of the other people that were listed on this family marker, and if you want me to transfer any of them to your account, please let me know, I would be more then happy to. The others listed on the stone are.

1. Michael Hogan, d.Oct 29, 1882 age 55
2. Margaret (wife of Michael Hogan),
d.Jul 29, 1887 age 61 years
3. William V. Hogan, d. July 20, 1882 age 21
4. Edward Hogan, d. Sept. 4, 1871 age 3m 22d
5. Nellie T. Hogan, d. April 16, 1896 age 37

Hope this helps! And again, let me know if you want any of these memorials transferred to you.
Added by Alysia on Apr 19, 2012 5:49 PM
Alysia
RE: Walter M. HOGAN
Hi Brian,
I sent you note to your email address with the other names that are listed on the stone.
Added by Alysia on Apr 19, 2012 7:32 AM
Floral Designer
RE: Msgr. James W. Power et al.
I hate to tell u how many times I have been
by his monument. I use that for a landmark for
Block 4. I went into the office asking for the dates. Edmund was a priest, could I get year please, do to name not on the stone. Sure :) That is a Very Big Family Plot..surprised only 3 and they have corner stones marking it off.

Finish Now... until Gas comes down.
Just local... St Ray's Only, since
I have bank/food shopping near there
10 min away
Added by Floral Designer on Feb 26, 2012 7:28 AM
Floral Designer
RE: St. Raymond's Cemetery
Have him add.. By St Peter Section.. OK..
On St. Francis Crypts... Thanks
First for me in all these years :)
Added by Floral Designer on Feb 22, 2012 1:04 PM
Floral Designer
RE: St. Raymond's Cemetery
waiting for office to turn phones on again..
unless they went home early :)
do not know where this is at all
main ones yes...St. Francis Crypt: Unit A, 47C (Also has been listed as "Crypts 44-59")
Once I know near what section Anne or across
the street.. it will be filled tomorrow
On the way to the bank.. 10 min away..
Barb
Added by Floral Designer on Feb 22, 2012 12:59 PM
Floral Designer
RE: Msgr. James W. POWER
I just played detective...
He was removed from Old St Raymonds
In June of 1928...was in Sect 3
He is At The Gate.. Oh sorry
Gate of Heaven.. also found who he
is buried with.. Edmound and Nora Only
Location is..
Sect 41/block 4/plot 55/Grave 2

I'm only a few min. from st raymonds..
if location is posted I will get photo
and the pup gets to play in the range :)
Will look at your other message here.

Gate I will do only if there are a few
or someone else will pick them up.. seems like
she isn't do it anymore. since Gas is high now again.. I know....No Rush..
Later ..Barb
Added by Floral Designer on Feb 22, 2012 12:42 PM
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