|John Loughney (#47777535)|
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|So Little Time||Lockney's in Old Cathedral|
I make the changes you requested & added a death certificate to James who died in 1914. I am related to Loughery's one of whom is buried in section Z in this cemetery. Her father in law was also a 'Boatman'. Over time I have found several different spellings of this surname.
Any chance you have a Patrick Loughery born around 1835 married to a Margaret Keenan in your tree? They are in Holy Cross in Yeadon.
Greetings, It appears there is a duplicate of
Michael Ratchford # 97177131 and 128523108
both also have family links.
Thanking you in advance for your assistance.
|Nikita Barlow||Holy Cross Cemetery|
Thanks again for another swift response. The listing you want, though, is "Holy Cross CEMETERY, North Arlington, Bergen County, NJ" (it's the real deal with 100,000+ entries).
The listing "Holy Cross" without the word "Cemetery" in the title is a dupe with only a handful of entries, & will eventually be removed.
|Nikita Barlow||Editing Burial|
Thanks for your swift response.
Log in, pull up the individual's memorial page, then go down to "Burial Information" & click on "Edit". When the burial info page comes up, click on the "Continue" tab at the bottom to go to "Step 2", then choose the cemetery you want from the list. Be sure to choose the entry for Holy Cross Cemetery in North Arlington, Bergen County, NJ with 100,000+ entries, not the dupe with only 9.
|Nikita Barlow||Holy Name/ Holy Cross Mix-up|
There's an erroneous listing on the Findagrave Cemetery roster ("Holy Name Cemetery, North Arlington, Bergen County, NJ") to which several dozen entries have now been added, including yours for John & Geraldine Loughney. The name of the cemetery in North Arlington, NJ, is not Holy Name, however, but Holy CROSS. There is indeed a Holy Name Cemetery, but it's in Jersey City, Hudson County, NJ.
Ordinarily, when a superfluous cemetery name is added to the Findagrave cemetery roster, the Administrators simply move any memorial pages listed to the appropriate listing, then delete the incorrect one. In this case, however, it's unclear which burials should be assigned to Holy Cross in North Arlington and which to Holy Name in Jersey City.)