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Ben G
RE: Hcy, Mt Hope Cem. Lewiston, Maine
The inscription on Johanna's stone reads "daughter of John and Elizabeth Halacy". The record I have of burials is from the Maine Franco-American Society and appears quite complete. I will upload the photos of Johanna tonight and leave it to you from there. Good luck.
Added by Ben G on Aug 26, 2013 3:10 PM
Ben G
Halacy, Mt Hope, Lewiston, Maine
I was not able to find John or Elizabeth, but I did locate their daughter Johanna who died at age 17. I would be happy to upload photos if you would build a memorial.
Added by Ben G on Aug 26, 2013 1:08 PM
Mary S.
RE: Murray Family
Okay! I'll see what I can find out. :-)
Added by Mary S. on Sep 04, 2012 10:10 PM
Mary S.
RE: Murray grave photos
It was my pleasure to help. I know how much it has meant to me when volunteers have photographed graves I'll NEVER be able to visit!

I don't know when I'll be able to touch base with the cemetery workers (my so-called schedule tends to be all over the place and nothing like "regular"), but I'll be sure to ask about any additional burials in that plot and about William Murray when I do. Given the date of his death, he may well be in an unmarked grave in an older section, if he wasn't moved to this plot.

When you speak of another "younger brother" - do you mean of your husband's? Is that child buried in the same plot, do you think? If not, there is a "child's" section that would be more likely for that time period (or, at least, what I'm guessing would be the time period). It's the next place I'm likely to photograph. Is this the Thomas Edward Halacy you mentioned?

Anyway, I will keep trying! :-) So glad I could be of help a little.
Added by Mary S. on Sep 04, 2012 6:35 PM

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