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Oct. 6, 2013.|
Working on updating Holy Cross and Old Catholic cemeteries in Jamestown, N.Y. I am focusing on
those two plus St. Patricks in Randolph, N.Y., and and Holy Sep in Jamestown. There is also St. Mary's in Frewsburg, N.Y. which is being rescued by a local men's club. Please let me know if I can be of any help in those specific cemeteries.
11/1/13- Add also Mt. Olivet in Falconer, N.Y.
6/22/14- Will check at St Patricks in Limestone, N.Y. to try to fill some of those requests.
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|JD Moore II||RE: Old Catholic Cem Jamestown|
Memorial for Gaetana Caruso has been corrected.
Thanks for the input.
JD Moore II
|Kathy Sloan||Picture removal|
If you click on the picture you don't want it will let you delete it. But you are the only one who can do it since you put it on.
|George Mudd||Gloria Punk|
Thank you for the photo of Gloria's headstone.
|Eric & Tami Lowery||RE: Elizabeth Lowry|
Thank you very much for taking time to help me out, I appreciate it ! Thank you Eric Lowery
|Judy Froehlich||RE: Old Jamestown Cem|
THANK YOU so very much for your assistance. I sincerely do appreciate the information.
|Eric & Tami Lowery||RE: Old Jamestown Cem Request|
Thanks for the information on Jamestown, I didn't know this had happened. Thanks Eric Lowery
|Jane McDonnell||RE: Arch. Mcdonnell|
Oh Curley, I would be so grateful! I have at least four family members there. I've been researching the relatives by marriage, and have two other names in case their plots are together. I seem to remember walking far (to a child anyway) as a child, up a hill, but most likely that was at Lakeview to see another child (Leo McDonnell) of my grandfather's family who was buried there.
My great-grandfather, his child and his sister and in-law are:
Archie McDonnell (died after 1918 before census of 1920)
Gertrude McDonnell (13 year old child died May 31 1912)
Mary Ann Egan Mullen - his sister-in-law (26 June 1931)
William Mullen (1934)
Archie was a blacksmith and WIlliam was a teamster, so it seems their families would have been likely to make a plaque of some kind. None of the rest of the family have unmarked graves, but you never know.
|Charles Zadora||RE: Fr R. Wright|
Yes, it would be great to get a photo. I haven't gotten to it yet. Thank you.
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