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Elizabeth DeWolfe Bruhmuller (#47892611)
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 • 2 Memorials Added
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Barb OD
John C Mimnaugh
Thanks for posting to John
Added by Barb OD on Jul 15, 2014 9:31 AM
Barb OD
Myrtle Mimnaugh Freeman
Could you place the photo of the reverse side of the Mimnaugh memorial showing Myrtle Mimnaugh Freemans name on her memorial 71691409
Added by Barb OD on Jul 15, 2014 1:05 AM
Barb OD
Mimnaugh memorial in Calvary Cemetery
Could you add the photo you posted to John C Mimnaugh 71691190.

Added by Barb OD on Jul 14, 2014 12:36 PM
Barbara Harackiewicz
Thank you so much for the photos. I really appreciate your help.
Added by Barbara Harackiewicz on Oct 24, 2012 3:10 PM
Mary Hall Miller
Romito 97788240
Thank you so much for the photo additions to Nick's memorial. Thank you for your time and efforts. Could you please add them to his wife's memorial? Do you by any chance know the plot location? Thank you for your assistance. Thank you for contributing to Find A Grave.
Added by Mary Hall Miller on Oct 09, 2012 6:46 PM
Julie Kane
RE: Glynns at Calvary Cemetery Waltham
Dear Elizabeth,

Thank you so much for finding and photographing the Carr tombstone! They are the two sisters and brother of my great-grandmother Ellen Carr Glynn. They all immigrated from Ireland, and none of the three ever married. I feel so much better knowing that the grave has been well maintained, and I hope to visit it when I am in Boston next March (I live in Louisiana).

One of my relatives by marriage phoned Calvary about six months ago, and they told her that a James Glynn had purchased a grave plot in August 1885, which was the same time that my James Glynn's baby daughter Bridget Agnes Glynn died (at the age of 10 months). She died on August 6, 1885, in Cambridge, and was supposedly buried at Calvary (as her parents James and Ellen would be, later). Is it possible that the family has a plot (bought when Bridget died) but that there is no gravestone on it? Would the cemetery be able to give out the location of the plot that James Glynn bought? If there is no stone, I would like to buy one for them. I feel terrible that the grave might be unmarked.

Thank you again so much. It is so wonderful that people like you are volunteering your time to help those of us who live far away find our family members' graves.

Best wishes,
Julie Kane
Added by Julie Kane on Oct 09, 2012 12:20 PM
RE: John Warren Kelley

Thank you for the photographs; the cemetery location has been corrected. Much appreciated!

~ Blarney
Added by FullOBlarney on Sep 09, 2012 11:25 PM
Sarah S.R.
Mary and Robert Ballou
Many thanks for the Ballou photos!
Added by Sarah S.R. on Aug 09, 2012 3:09 PM
Mahoneys, Calvary Cemetery
Thank you for this picture! The Mahoneys are relatives on my uncle's side.
Added by Moore on Aug 08, 2012 10:11 AM
Barb OD
Vera Shea photo
Added by Barb OD on Aug 07, 2012 5:10 PM
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