|W. Washam (#48067873)|
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|jan colbert||Thomas Flanagan|
W., I went to the Pine Hill Cemetery and could not find Thomas Flannagan. I went to Auburn City government and they directed me to Auburn Parks and Rec (that maintains three cemeteries in Auburn). The kind lady there found: Thomas Preston Flanagan (note the one 'n' rather than two). B. 1844. D 09.27.1899. Lot 552. You will see the pics that I took. Do you think this is your Thomas Flanagan? (I note the Adam, rather than the Preston....) I can delete the photos if you do not believe this is the correct person. She had no Flannagans with two 'n's. I hope this is helpful! Jan
|A. Medina||Message re: Holliday grave|
Thank you for bringing that to the attention of the person who created the page. I'm a distant family member and am hesitant to bring such things to the attention of others. In the biography she refers to the child as older possibly having died before John Henry's birth and then the tombstone says she is a child. Somebody forgot to do the math and the research. I just wanted to say thank you.
|Martha Reid 19 UDC||Memorial# 55410032|
Thank you so much for the headstone photo and letting me know the problem. I am a former Charlottean and know exactly where cemetery is located. Wished I could be there with you. There can be two different memorials. A burial memorial & a cenotaph memorial. However, these need to be labelled accordingly. Do you have access to the cemetery burial records to find out which one is the actual burial location? Appreciate any help you can spare. Again, thank you for the wonderful info. Job well done and God Bless You for the work you have done on F/G.