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For many years I've been researching my own family history online. I think it's important to preserve our cemeteries by adding information on here, as for some people this is the only link to a lost relative or friend. I hope the information I provide is of some help and value to others. I will accept any photo requests for Harrow, Pinner, Watford and the surrounding areas, and I also travel to Ireland frequently to North Kerry. Please feel free to contact me if you have any requests.|
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|Anonymous||Charles and Mary Farrell|
Thanks so much for adding their Headstone. I'm not likely to ever visit Ireland but I've now been able to visit with the great grandparents. If you ever decide to give up managing them here on Find A Grave I'll gladly take them. Thanks in any case. Your hard work is greatly appreciated.
|Tom Murphy||Kilfeighny Cemetery Lixnaw Co. Kerry|
I believe some of my ancestors are buried in the Kilfeighny cemetery. Their surname is Houlihan. The reason I believe this is because I have found baptismal records for my great grandmother and her siblings at Lixnaw. Below is the information that I have.
Timothy Houlihan - died abt 1890
Margaret Cunningham Houlihan (wife if Timothy) - died abt 1904
Daniel Houlihan (son of Timothy and Margaret) - born 1861 died as infant
Catherine Houlihan (daughter of Timothy and Margaret) - born 1853 died as infant
Thomas Houlihan (son of Timothy and Margaret) - born 1859 died after 1911 His wife was Mary Murphy born 1861
If you have the chance to go back to the Kilfeighny cemetery I would appreciate it if you could check to see if any of my ancestors are buried there.
|Douglas Kirk Sorensen||A hearty thank you!|
My memorial for British Open champion Edward Ray was designated a famous person largely due to your efforts with his headstone photo. I can't thank you enough. Best Regards - Doug Sorensen
|Douglas Kirk Sorensen||Edward Ray's headstone photo|
I can't thank you enough for entering his headstone photo, his wife and for providing me with his cemetery information. I've made a request that he be designated a famous person now that his resting place is known. My best regards - Doug Sorensen
|Jeff C||Barry family of Ballybunion|
Your fine work has given me quite a bit to consider. I am looking for the family and descendants of Edmond and Hanora (nee Mangan) Barry of Ballybunion.
John (b 1844) m Catherine Foley
Patrick (b 1849) m Ellen Mulvihill
Honora (b 1850) m Jeremiah Collins
Ann (b 1859)
John and Patrick both had large families. John lived in Ballingowan (Urlee), and Patrick lived in Tullahennel North (Lisselton) according to the 1911 census. Any ideas on how I can find where they might be buried?
Jeff Carney (New Jersey - USA)
Added by Jeff C on Jul 26, 2012 9:41 PM
|A Girl Who Loves Genealogy||OH MY goodness...|
I am THRILLED ...simply thrilled. I cannot thank you enough! I wish I was closeby to see where Aunt Sophy was buried and where she lived. Her address when she wrote to my mother in 1937 was S. Stephens, 25, Cross-path in Radlett...
She was living with step cousin, Hannah Louisa Bedford who died in July 1942. Hannah's father was Thomas Bedford 1809-1901 and Hannah's mother was Hannah Russell 1812-....I just figured out the relationship recently. Hannah's father Thomas married Sophia Wylde 1858-1941 ....(Sophia Wylde's 1858-1941 Aunt Sophia Fewtrell Wylde 1829-1905) later in life.
I would LOVE to know where the family is buried up that way. I will be making a trip there next year and would love to go visit the graves and visit the area where this Aunt Sophy lived. Her sister was Elizabeth Wylde 1858-1887 who died giving birth to my mother's father. My mother Elizabeth Barrow Haring was named after this Elizabeth Barrow Wylde. Elizabeth Barrow Wylde's mother was Elizabeth Barrow. She was the granddaughter of the Magistrate in Wedmore Somerset.
It is a shame that my mother did not have a chance to go back to see her relatives in England!
I cannot thank you enough for going out of your way and do this for me. Thank you Thank you Thank you!
Carole in Dallas, Texas
|A Girl Who Loves Genealogy||Hello there...|
I want to send HUGS hugs and more hugs looking for my Sophia's headstone. I know she lived in Radlett for many years...I wonder where she was buried when she died. Gosh...I wish I had access to the UK newspapers. Is there any way we can find out? YOU havw been the BEST!
thank you so much for the photo on Robert Lionel Ripley
|Denise Nicholls||Photos of gravestones|
I want to say a big thank you for posting the photos of graves in Kilconly Cemetery, Ballybunion. Today I found your photo of my great great grandmother's grave. Thank you from a grateful Aussie descendant of John and Hanora Doran.
|rizla01||Found what I was looking for|
Just wanted to say a huge TY for having documented my Nan & Granddads grave.
Went to Pinner but failed to find it so HUGE pat on the back from all the family.
Added by rizla01 on Feb 12, 2012 11:20 AM
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