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Bernard Keilty, Jr (#47370509)
 member for 5 years, 3 months, 27 days
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Bio Photo Surnames researching include Keilty, Kelly, Quinn from Counties Tyrone and Roscommon, Ireland, Dubauskas from Lithuania and Moeller from Germany. I have been working with Gay Choate Keilty to fit all the pieces of the family puzzle together.

I have an avid interest in genealogy, history, war and peace, art/design/music, and all things Irish.

I enjoy walking the cemeteries, or rather, "gardens of stone" (yes, I know there is a movie by that same name about Vietnam soldiers but I was using that phrase long before that) and taught my father about art: "cemetery stone sculpture gardens" all the while he taught me about life, family, values, war, and respect for the dead. Another lesson came from Mark Taylor's "Grave Matters" with photographs by Dietrich Christian Lammerts. The two most moving of all cemetery experiences ocurred while walking Arlington National Cemetery, Wash DC and standing upon the USS Arizona Memorial in Pearl Harbor, Hawaii.

Somehow my "bucket list" is growing instead of shrinking while some things just aren't getting checked off.

You can find me here

I am willing to help with photographing graves if I can, and happy to do it.
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Christine (Marino) Neal
RE: Teller and Fleming photos
I cannot tell you how much I appreciate these photos. My mother lives in FL and hasn't been in CT since about 1978. thanks again.
Added by Christine (Marino) Neal on Nov 06, 2011 6:48 AM
Patricia Perro

I am looking for someone to find the stones and take pictures of my great-greatgrandparents who are buried in the Mill River Cemetery.
They are not listed on "Find A Grave".
They are Patrick Brennan (1796-1870) &
Margaret McLaughlin Brennan (1803-1892)

I would greatly appreciate your help since I am not in the area. Please let me know if you are willing to help. Thanks

Added by Patricia Perro on Jun 01, 2011 6:02 PM

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