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B. Mullane (#47799512)
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 • 36 Memorials Added
 • 127 Memorials Managed
 • 157 Photos
 • 1 Photo Request
 • 2 Volunteer Photos Taken
 • 10 Virtual Flowers
 • 5 Virtual Cemeteries
Virtual Cemeteries
Dicks Family Cemetery (23)
Hoag Family Cemetery (30)
Kulla Family Cemetery (35)
Mullane Family Cemetery (24)
Wallace Goldthwait Family... (40)
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Dan Phelan
RE: Gavenesch Family Memorials
Hi Barbara,
You are very welcome for the pictures. I think I recall an earlier 'problem' posted with your request that the monument couldn't be found. It was right where it should have been based on the cemetery map for that plot.
I found it because it was fairly close to one that I needed for our family, and I took note of other requests that were close by. It was the only time I've ever been to that cemetery.
The Gavenesch marker only had those two names, and no others were in the area with that name--I looked very closely.
Glad you liked them.
Dan Phelan
Baltimore, MD

Added by Dan Phelan on Jan 22, 2016 10:28 PM
Kevin Casey
Athea RC Parish
Are you of the Mullane family from Athea RC Parish (Rathronan), Limerick, Ireland? If so, our families history (mine: Casey/Kennelly) go back for guite a ways, from Ireland to Kansas City, Mo. Thanks for maintaining Casey memorials!
Added by Kevin Casey on Nov 28, 2014 1:53 PM
Tom Liston
The default mechanism changed Mullane to Milland for some reason. Sorry for the inadvertent confusion. TL
Added by Tom Liston on Jun 13, 2014 9:07 PM
Tom Liston
Milland Family
For years I have been tracing my family history - the Liston's. My grandfather was Daniel Bernard, born 1873, in Athea, County Limerick. He arrived in KC in 1894 and died in 1918.

One of the ancillary discoveries I've made in the course of my work is the large number of immigrants who arrived in Kansas City from the Athea area. It is quite remarkable: Mullanes, Aherns, Shines, Scanlons, Reidys, Liston's, and more. Many were cousins. One of my grandfather's brothers, Thomas, lived with Mike Mullanes for a short period upon his arrival in 1896.

At any rate, I discovered Michael's death certificate on your site and thought I'd drop you a note. Thanks

Tom Liston
Added by Tom Liston on Jun 13, 2014 9:06 PM
Karl Kleen
RE: Kulla Family
You are most welcome!
Added by Karl Kleen on Jun 02, 2012 2:40 PM
Karl Kleen
RE: Kulla Family
You are most welcome
Added by Karl Kleen on May 27, 2012 6:26 AM

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