|maggie e. (#48100925)|
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The thing that appeals to me about unknown memorials is the whole search process. I like to find previously undiscovered graves, and when I do, I do my best to track down more about the person, find their obituary, and link them to other family members. Maybe some day a family member will discover them, and I'll be thrilled to transfer the memorial to a descendant.
Other than my own direct grandparent lines, if I've added someone from your family line I'll generally transfer them to you, even if they're more than 4 generations out. As descendants, family members will undoubtedly have access to more information and be a more appropriate caretaker of their memorial than me. In my family lines, I look forward to transferring any great aunts and uncles to their great grandkids once they join Find A Grave.
I was born in Nebraska but grew up in Colorado, the oldest girl of 10 surviving children. I currently live in Wyoming. My mother, who is in her 80's, started working on family geneaology shortly after she got married in 1954. This allowed her to start collecting information from my father's family also-including his aunts and uncles-while they were still around and had good information on family history. Luckily his family had good records and a reasonable number of pictures.
Family lines on my fathers side include surnames ENDRES, PEARSON, EMERY, TRASK, CARTWRIGHT, TANNER, REINFORT, BURGESS, CHAMBERLAIN-and others.
Family lines on my mothers side include CONROY, KENNEDY, DOWD, McILHATTON, GERIS, PHILLIPS, RUDIGIER-and others. The Irish side is proving more difficult to track.
If I can track down information, I'm happy to assist people who need help with records and pictures from Greeley, CO and Cheyenne, WY.
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|Charlie Powers||RE: Kennedy's|
You are very welcome.
|Matt Wickham||RE: John Malloy|
Its not a problem. The cemetery is only a couple miles down the road from me. And I'm also curious about it now.
|Matt Wickham||RE: John Albert "Jack" Malloy #89684995|
I'm not giving up on this search.
The internet says John is buried in C-264-2 but the cemetery records show C-269-2. Someone else in in C-269-2. I'm going to back hopefully tomorrow and show the groundskeeper what i have come up with and see what he can figure out. It could be possible that he has been moved sometime in the past. Does your black and white photo have plot location on it?
|Scotti McCarthy||Phil Kennedy|
I made the links. Thanks for the information, If this is a relative I could transfer the memorial to you. Happy Thanksgiving! Scotti
|Matt Wickham||RE: John|
I will go out when I get back.
I was looking for a in-ground marker, which may be over grown with grass. Either way I will find him, I have maps of the whole cemetery.
|weston04||RE: Catherine Wiszmann|
Your very welcome. Have a blessed Thanksgiving!
Added by weston04 on Nov 27, 2013 5:15 PM
|Matt Wickham||RE: Melloy's|
I also looked for John Albert "Jack" Malloy #89684995 and I believe he has no grave marker. Would you like to have a photo anyway? I have done photos like this before, but it will have to wait until after this holiday weekend.
|Matt Wickham||RE: Melloy's|
It was my pleasure to do so.
|Leland Bottomley||RE: Elizabeth Weber Cartwright|
I only found 1 Cartwright and suspect she is with him but unmarked.
|Gerry Jean||RE: Patrick Kennedy|
Maggie ... just sent you an email showing that Patrick, even w/o his name inscribed, is indeed buried in that site with the other Kennedys.
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