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Anonymous
CROWLEY
Hello,

I am a descendant of Julia Crowley and David Edmondson, can you provide any more details on the record of the Crowley burials in the cemetery; i.e. often the place of birth, parents, spouses's names etc are recorded. Also are there tombstones or plot locations or photos as I had searched the cemetery in 2011 and could not find Crowley plots.

Regards,

Richard


Added by Anonymous on Nov 22, 2014 2:00 PM
leslie
RE: Maurice Daley
One more thought. Have you contact St Anthony of Padua Church in Minneapolis to see what records they may have. The notice of his death states his funeral service was to be held there so I suspect they may have been members.

Leslie
Added by leslie on Jul 27, 2014 1:46 PM
leslie
RE: Maurice Daley
I see what I can do. The cemetery records show his name of record as Morris Dailey. I don't know what is on these records, but this appears to be his naturalizaton record:

http://www.ironrangeresearchcenter.org/details/7/669075/

Leslie
Added by leslie on Jul 27, 2014 1:40 PM
leslie
RE: Maurice Daley
I looked today when it was cloudy and looked at it before I sprayed some water and after. It looks to me that the first letter of the parish drops down and my first thought was an F. The last letter looked like an O. Looking through the parishes I'm thinking maybe Ferbane. I will go again when the sun is out and shine a mirror and see what I can. FYI, I'm the one who transcribed the markers about 25 years ago and the parish name appears to have been unreadable at the time. I will try again this week. Let me know if you find out before then

Leslie
Added by leslie on Jul 27, 2014 9:09 AM
leslie
RE: Maurice Daley
Sorry, I was mixing up info with his wife Margaret. He was a native of Kings Co
Added by leslie on Jul 26, 2014 5:56 PM
leslie
RE: Maurice Daley
Did you note the transcription of the inscription on the page? It states he was from Trinity Parish, Co. Kildare. Let me know what else you may be looking for

Leslie
Added by leslie on Jul 26, 2014 5:53 PM
TonyB
The late Fanny Cox
Hello,

I have just checked the burial records at the Cemetery and there is no Fanny Cox recorded therein. There is however a Fanny COCKS who is interred in Grave 1965 in Section D who fits all the information you have given.

If this is the lady in question I will take a photo of the grave next time I am in the Cemetery.

Regards

Tont
Added by TonyB on May 28, 2014 5:07 AM
Andy Roberts
RE: Peter Madden Kingston
The entry in FreeBMD would mean that he died in the registration district of Kingston. This web site gives info of what place that covered - http://www.ukbmd.org.uk/genuki/Reg/districts/kingston.html

I guess he could be buried in any of these areas or possibly he was only temporarily in the Kingston area and was taken somewhere else for burial. You might be able to research other places that people are buried within the Kingston registration area - I would guess that most Church's burial grounds would be closed by 1915 but some might be open - I don't know that sort of info. Another, perhaps easier possibility might be to look at other municipal cemeteries in the area and see if they have a good index like Kingston.

Sorry this help is very specific / much help


Andy
Added by Andy Roberts on May 07, 2014 4:14 PM
Andy Roberts
Peter Madden Kingston
There doesn't seem to be a Peter Madden buried at Kingston upon Thames cemetery according to their index at https://www2.kingston.gov.uk/GraveRecords/index.php
If he is at that cemetery it is very unlikely that someone could find him without more details of which section he is buried in.

Andy
Added by Andy Roberts on May 06, 2014 7:49 AM
Graceti
RE: Ste. Marthe ancestors
You're very welcome - glad to help.
Added by Graceti on Jul 27, 2012 4:48 PM
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