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|Stephanie S.||Thank you!|
Thank you, Jimmy for the photo of my aunts headstone. Much appreciated! Happy New Year!
|Julie Belanger||Ernest Williams|
Thanks for the photo of the stone. I am doing research on army Air Force bomber crews this will help
|Edward L. Williams||James Joseph Mulhall|
I finally found a little info. James Joseph Mulhall was born Dec 25, 1919 and died Aug 19, 2006 in Grayson County where Oma Lee was living when she passed away. I have been to their home there once. They were married July 15, 1990 in Grayson Co., TX.
I found a divorce record for him and a Mary J. Mulhall (married dec 20, 1969, divorced June 4, 1976 in Grayson County, Texas)
If I get back up that way, Ill see if I cant get a death certificate and see where his remains were sent to. Oma is buried with her first husband, the father of her children, in Dallas (all that is on find-a-grave).
Ill let you know if I find any other info. ...ed
|Chip5610||RE: Herbert havey|
Hi Jimmy - "St Mary's Cemetery" in North Attleboro is actually distinct 2 cemetery locations. One is:
Old Saint Marys Cemetery
and Saint Marys Cemetery
Both cemeteries have maps on their pages.
You will need to contact the cemetery to learn which of the 2 cemetery locations Herbert is located in. The phone # is on the cemetery page.
Best of luck - Chip
Added by Chip5610 on Nov 24, 2014 12:55 AM
|Richard Boyer||RE: James V Rathbone|
David Rathbone, the son of James Rathbone, purchased some items at Smithfield Cemetery for his father and mother, such as vases and a military marker. James Rathbone is actually buried in Washington Cemetery, Washington, PA 15310. The phone number is 724-225-1040. If you want, e-mail me and I will send you the form stating that is where they are buried.
|Bronx Aquarian||found stone|
Returned with help to search again. Office was closed but the security guard got intrigued. While we were walking the entire lot he drove up and radioed a volunteer for information. It narrowed down the location of the range. After we narrowed it down to about 3 ranges, the volunteer joined us with her laptop and started plugging in information (apparently many stones are not in their computer file). Based on the details from one stone we were able to narrow down the field further and finally found the stone, flat on the ground and more than half covered by grass and dirt. Only the name Perry appeared; then it showed Ellen Perry (wife). The volunteer got tools from her car and after several minutes we were able to uncover Alexander's name on the stone. The volunteer says many of these stones were laid down by the cemetery because when they were install, foundations weren't required and they've had many fall and/or sink almost totally into the ground.
|Bronx Aquarian||RE: Alexander Perry|
Lot A is a very difficult and large lot to survey. Many of the stones are overgrown (they lie flat on the ground);many others are completely eroded from the elements and many are unmarked. In addition Woodlawn does not mark the ranges at all so you have a section several blocks long without a single marker. When one inquires at the office they can only give you an approximate to start your search (based on entering the field from the nearest corner or street intersecting the lot. I actually started at the south end and counted ranges (based on the assumption that the ranges were contiguous and started at #1, not totally a good assumption here). I believe I was in the correct location, checking a minimum of ten rows before and after. When I next go back I will try again since you know for sure there is a stone. I hate when a poor numbering system bests me.