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Hi Kim. Just wondering if you are my cousin.
My mother was Lily (Pat) Gill nee Patterson. The picture of the grave stone is for my grandparents and Uncle Jack. I live in London now.
Added by Ques on May 01, 2015 3:20 AM
|family_ties||Johnson Family - Field of Mars|
Thank you very much for taking the time to fulfil my photo requests at Field of Mars Cemetery for Harriet Johnson and Thomas Johnson. I know how time consuming it can be so I certainly appreciate what you have done to help me.
Kind Regards and Best Wishes, Heather
|Evelyn Hodge||RE: Luke Toole's grave|
Thank you so much for getting back to me I do appreciate it.
I have tried the Links you gave me but not having any luck with them. I guess it is because of not being in the country.
I do have a death notice I guess you would call it with a registration # and the year 1956, from sydney I guess, but a certificate would not give the parents on there as they are not known.
A Thank You goes to Mrs M.D.Jones for burying him, sounds like he was a lonely person.
I expect I will never know the story. He had relatives over there and I am sure that is where he went to begin with in the early 1900"s but have not been able to find any information on their descendants, all news cease when they are still alive.
Anyway Thank you so very kindly for the help and definitely for the picture.
Very best regards
|Evelyn Hodge||Luke Toole's grave|
Dear Kim, Thank you so very, very much for finding what is believed to be my grandfather's grave, although I cannot track him from England but did find obituary notice on him from the Sydney daily paper. How were you able to find him and do you know who buried him.? Does not seem like a pauper's section, but wonders why there are no markings. Do you have any information on his death or burial, I would be so grateful if you could get back to me whether you have any information or not.
Thanks once again
Evelyn Toole Hodge