|Gary Urbanowicz (#47731674)|
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Hon. Deputy Chief - FDNY, Historian. Author of Badges of the Bravest. Co-Author of The Last Alarm.|
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|Carole Papadatos||Frank Murphy|
Frank Murphy, Chief of Staff and Operations, NYCFD.
Looking for any information on Chief Murphy for his daughter.
|Ron Kinney||RE: Alfred Baker|
You're very welcome. Sorry they are not your relatives.
Sincerely, Ron Kinney
Gary, that's all I have on Wenman. I added his funeral notice if you are interested.
Added by Saratoga on Mar 07, 2013 9:45 AM
|Alana H.||Charles Rhinelander|
Thank you for sending me Charles Rhinelander's obit. I added it to his memorial.
Added by Alana H. on Feb 28, 2013 8:40 AM
I just found Henry Teal's obit from 1891. It says he was the Captain of Hook and Ladder Company No. 9, stationed in Elizabeth, near Prince Street. It doesn't mention Annie in the obit, but they were married March 2, 1873, I have a copy of their marriage certificate. They must have either divorced or separated before he died, and then she married Charles, he was abt. 22 years older than she. I just wondered about Henry being a fireman and if perhaps there was a photo of him at all.
Thank you for your help.
Added by Jan on Feb 20, 2013 1:45 PM
Yes, she is one in the same. I found out that a year after Henry Teal died, she married Charles Oscar Shay, I found their marriage record. I just wondered if there was anything about Henry Teal being that he was a NYC Fireman.
Thank you for your help.
Added by Jan on Feb 20, 2013 7:08 AM
I was wondering if there was any information for a Henry Teal who was a NYC Fireman who died February 28, 1891 and is buried in the The Lutheran All Faiths Cemetery, he was 42 years old. His wife was Annie Teal, and after his death, she married Charles Oscar Shay.
Thank you for any info. you may have about him.
Added by Jan on Feb 19, 2013 1:13 PM
|Hammer||RE: Thomas Sturgis|
Greetings. I wish I had good news for you, but no such luck. I looked back through my pics of the plot, hoping there might be an unreadable stone or something, but that was not the case. And I've photographed that entire cemetery, so if it was there (and readable), I would have found it and posted it. I'll keep my eyes open for it as I walk other cemeteries, and I'll also take another look at the plot in question, in case I missed something. Sorry!
Added by Hammer on Nov 28, 2012 1:39 PM
|wertypop||RE: Thomas Sturgis|
The "England and Wales Death Index" will giv every basic information the Death Certificate should give location of death. I will send you my email.
Added by wertypop on Nov 26, 2012 7:54 AM
|js||RE: Eastbourne Cemeteries|
sorry, Eastbourne was a one off visit for me and I can't get there very easily,
best of luck with your research,
Added by js on Nov 26, 2012 3:00 AM
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