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Sandra Hayes (#47552805)
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Jackie B
Richard Cyr
Hello, for this memorial (73450189) I think you might have possibily made a duplicate. There is already a memorial for this person but not sure if it is the same. Let me know.
Added by Jackie B on Jun 09, 2016 7:20 PM
robert taggett
Greetings Donohues. Please contact me as I am working on my TAGGETT family tree. My Grandmother Mary Donohue was married to Fred Taggett both of Houlton/New Limerick. Need contact to fill in some holes and pictures if you have them. Also the Atherton connection for Donny Atherton.

Bob Taggett
Added by robert taggett on Sep 21, 2012 11:52 AM
Donahues and Athertons
Hi Sandra,
Could you move your memorials for John, Emma, and Martin Donahue and Ira and Katherine Atherton over to the "Saint Mary Catholic Church Cemetery" in Houlton? It is the one with over 90 listings so far. The one you have your loved ones in now is a duplicate that Find-A-Grave may be deleting soon. Once you move your memorials over, I can delete the ones I have there for your family members, since yours are more detailed. Thank you!
Added by countofbluecars on Aug 07, 2011 5:19 PM
Falling Leaf
RE: Ira Atherons Grave
*forgot to answer your question about the graves being close to another

They are one <3 one grave with the names engraved together <3
Added by Falling Leaf on Aug 03, 2011 8:29 AM
Falling Leaf
RE: Ira Atherons Grave
Dear Sandra,

You're quite welcome.


Melissa Lillian
Added by Falling Leaf on Aug 03, 2011 8:27 AM
Donahues in Houlton
It might be relevant to you to know that there are a John Donahue (1826-1881), Catharine Donahue (1830-1905), and Martin Donahue (1861-1928) buried in the old St. Mary's Cemetery in Houlton behind the actual church. This is a separate, older cemetery that has very few interments online at this point. Many families started burying their loved ones in the old one, and gradual began to bury in the newer one after the turn of the 20th century.
Added by countofbluecars on Jul 24, 2011 11:31 AM
Roxanne McHatten
No problem! My husband and I were out that way today and found them without too much of a problem! Glad to have been able to help!

Roxanne McHatten
Added by Roxanne McHatten on Jul 19, 2011 8:38 PM

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