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I will gladly photograph and transcribe gravesites and cemeteries. However, I do NOT have time to manage them once they are entered.
If you find errors, please correct yourself or contact FindaGrave.
PHOTOS: I usually take two photos. One is a close up that will allow you to read some or all of the info. The second is a perpective shot, this will allow you to see the surroundings.
I do not save or store the photos.
I do NOT claim ownership of any of the photos I take. If you want to use them on Ancestry or other geneology sites be my guest.
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|MWeakley||John P. Sargis Jr. birth|
I also found the birthdate for a John P. Sargis on 3 Feb 1939 in Yonkers, NY
Added by MWeakley on Nov 09, 2015 11:36 PM
I did find another obituary for a John Sargis who was married to an Elaine Horton and was born 5 May 1916 in Iran and died 26 Jun 1977 in Yonkers, NY. His obituary mentions that he was interred at Ferncliff cemetery. I have found that the Ferncliff cemetery has some burials and some cremations.
Added by MWeakley on Nov 09, 2015 11:35 PM
|MWeakley||John P. Sargis|
There was also one living brother when he died named Vincent Sargis.
Added by MWeakley on Nov 09, 2015 10:25 PM
|MWeakley||John P. Sargis|
According to the obituary of John P. Sargis Sr., he died from heart disease. He lived on 236 Hawthorne Ave in Yonkers and had one living sister at the time that he died named Mrs. Theodore Benjamine.
Added by MWeakley on Nov 09, 2015 10:21 PM
One of my relatives was a Civil War Vet and he is also buried at St Joseph's cemetery. When I was there the other day I other headstones for Civil War Vets and some plaques (located on the ground) for Military Vets. Some are almost completely covered with grass.
Added by MWeakley on Nov 09, 2015 10:19 PM
AcJohn P Sargis (married to June Sackett) he was born 5 Jun 1905 and died 15 May 1939 he was buried in Saint Mary's cemetery in Yonkers, I added his info to www.findagrave. If you call the office for his burial location. He had two children, John P. and Delores E.
"I thought my grandfather, Teodore Zakutynski would have been buried by Magdalena, my grandmother. He died 9 JUL 1941, and is buried somewhere in ST Joe's.
My uncle Joe was former military, like all of his brothers, I thought he would have had a VA/military burial... so finding him with two sisters and his mother was a HUGE surprise. Uncle Joe was working for a wine mfgr/vintner who took potential customers out on his yacht to wine and dine them. My uncle was found murdered next to the yacht in 1949 in Miami FL.
Julianna (June) died at age 36 in 1952. Her husband John P Sargis (b 24 Jan 1916 Yonkers) died in 1939 or 1940 leaving behind a son born in 1939 and a daughter born in 1936. Rumor has it John was murdered. --I thought June and John would have been buried together, they were so young and very much in love.
I am guessing the four are buried either side by side or on top of one another since the family did not believe in cremation.
Family history is like putting a puzzle together isn't it?
At any rate I know Teodore should be at St Joe's and maybe John Sargis....
Thanks for any help. Pa"
Added by MWeakley on Nov 09, 2015 10:14 PM
|MWeakley||St Joseph cemetery, Yonkers, NY|
What specific questions do you have about your relatives buried in Yonkers? Although I am not related, I am currently visiting Yonkers and I will be here for awhile. I do a good amount of research for individuals in this neck of the woods and I may be able to "dig up" some info for you.
Added by MWeakley on Nov 08, 2015 10:03 PM
|Jeremy Brock||Duplicate memorials|
Just letting you know that there appears to be three memorials for the same person created the same day. This would be memorial # 121061514 for Elizabeth Ella Dixon in Ramer-Ramah Cemetery near Saulsbury, TN. I added a photo for the first one.
Wonderful pictures of Mr. Walton and his 1st wife. Pics like that add SO much to these memorials. I went looking for his 1st wife's grave. I found where it should be, and at 1st thought it was unmarked, but then found a grave enclosure that MAY belong to her. I didn't have my tools with me to dig a bit and see if her name was on it. I will find out and let you know.
|Jerry Owen||RE: Ramer Ramah cemetery in Hardeman Co TN|
I believe the cemetery is behind a church building, but the gate is opened.
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