|Brian Pommerenk||RE: Grandmother|
Jenni pugni- Sbarbaro
She was my grandmother
I saw your posting for Andrew Mulvey buried in Glasnevin. The website below has a great database and they do have an Andrew Mulvey in 1864...they even have an image of the record (you can view online for a small fee).
Added by JHJK on May 16, 2013 7:50 PM
|Gail Schinnerer Jorgensen||RE: Matt|
If you go to the the memorial that you want to add a link, click on
[Link family members]
You can only add parents and spouses. You can't add children to parents. Once you add a parent to the child's memorial, they appear as children on the parents memorial.
I hope this makes sense.
|Gail Schinnerer Jorgensen||You|
Is this you Matt? Gail
|New York Historian||Healy photos|
The headstone was very hard to photograph because of the sun shining and glossy headstone, tried not to get myself in the photo.
|New York Historian||RE: Mary Grubert.|
Please send me James Healy's info again or is it on the photo request? Let me take a look.
|New York Historian||Mary Grubert.|
Can you please call Calvary and ask them to put a temporary marker on her grave, this way I am able to locate the exact location. I will go back and retake the photo.
I'm sorry but I had already gone to Calvary before you left message about Healy grave. I did not find a stone for Arthur and family. Checked very carefully. I took a photo of the spot.
Would you like me to unclaim to see if someone else can do better? Or would you like me to post the photo anyway???
Added by Maspeth on Apr 03, 2012 1:46 PM
|New York Historian||RE: Thanks!|
I saw that, but I try and stay away from Sec 7. It is a very difficult section to find graves. In the olds they would bury people one way and then all of a sudden they change the pattern of the plot numbers. Figure that one out. I however love Section: 8, very easy to find graves.
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