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Pat M (#47683938)
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Warren in Fernwood Cemetery
I got your message - did make some changes to the Warren pages. On Leslie Warren Jr, I left memorial numbers for his mom and dad if you wish to add them. Also, wondering if you saw the message left on Gordon Sr.'s page - whether you want to respond to it. The person who left a message must have an email or way to leave a note because they registered as a find a grave contributor - Carol

To Gordon's Family I just found Gordon's and Dorothy's graves on this site. I'm your cousin's Bob's wife. We now live in Sun City AZ. Bob's mom, Wanda who is now 92 lives here too. We have lost touch with your family and would like to find out how you ...(Read more)
- Michelle
Added: Feb. 25, 2013
Added by Carol on Feb 14, 2014 3:08 PM
RE: Cook Family
You're very welcome.
Added by Lisa on Jan 20, 2014 6:53 AM
JP Rayder
RE: Evergreens Cemetery
Hi Pat
My E-mail address is
Added by JP Rayder on May 16, 2013 8:41 PM
JP Rayder
Evergreens Cemetery
Hi Pat

I was at Evergreens Cemetery the other day and there was a down pore of rain and lighting and I had to leave the cemetery,

I did try and locate the plot at Hickory Knoll # 457 with the names Moore, Himmelstine and Humphreys I did find the plot next to it at 459 as the picture photos shows the headstone next to plot 457 as that of Steinbrocker .

The plot next to the Steinbrocker plot should be that of the Moore, Himmelstine and Humphreys
But the name of Fertig is on the headstone and not marked.

The walkway between the plots makes me feel I might have over looked something all the plots numbers were running on the odd side there has to be even plot numbers.
This section of Hickory Knoll is around a bend in it and with the rain and lighting coming down
I thought I would let you know that the next time I return I will locate the plotů..JP

Send me your e-mail address and I will forward the photos
Added by JP Rayder on May 16, 2013 3:31 PM
RE: Baldwin Family
Hi Pat, Ella was my dad's cousin. He died a long time ago. I have nothing more on her.

Sorry I couldn't help, Sue
Added by Sue on Apr 14, 2013 6:55 PM
John J. S.
Kerrigan ancestry
Hi, Pat,

I'm a direct descendant of Mary Kerrigan Stinson who came to New York in 1826 from County Donegal with her husband Hugh Stinson, two children, and three of her unmarried sisters (all of whose names are Kerrigan). I've been unsuccessful in finding any of them and wonder if you can see any connections. Mary Kerrigan Stinson lived, it seems, mostly in Manhattan, although she had two sons living in Brooklyn and sometimes stayed with them after her husband died about 1839.

The Kerrigan sisters who arrived with her in New York were Ann, born about 1804; Bridget, born about 1810; and Ellen, born about 1811.

If you think there may be some chance of a connection,I'll eagerly share any info with you.


John Stinson
Added by John J. S. on Aug 31, 2012 8:33 PM
RE: Mildred C Campbell
From one Campbell to another: You're very welcome & Ne Obliviscaris.
Added by Bernadette on Jun 27, 2012 6:32 PM
g-g ellie
Photo Request
Happy to add the photo you requested for Edith Cincotta # 78584353. I also added two additional photos ( Edward # 78583702) and (Adelaide # 78585037). I also requested the person who created these Memorial pages to Link Edward and Edith as husband and wife. If I can assist you with anything else - please use eMail -- ~ g'g'ma ellie

Added by g-g ellie on Jun 09, 2012 12:01 AM
Edith Cincotta
Have added info and would be glad to transfer her to you if you want.
Added by RobMinteer57 on Jun 04, 2012 7:28 AM
Bonnie Ward Williamson
William T. Moore Photo
When I took William T. Moore's grave photo, I noticed that Frederick and Dixie Moore were in the same plot, so I'm adding that photo as well.
Added by Bonnie Ward Williamson on May 06, 2012 7:56 PM
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