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Jane McDonnell (#48182417)
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Janet Marie
RE: John and Margaret McDonnell
You are very welcome. I look forward to working with you to try to make the memorials in Montello more complete by linking families together and adding bios.

I found it interesting that Archie and Charlie McDonnell were blacksmiths. I have several members of my family on my father's side who were blacksmiths.
Added by Janet Marie on Jul 29, 2015 4:48 AM
Janet Marie
John and Margaret McDonnell
I just thought I'd let you know that I added photos to your memorials for John and Margaret McDonnell in Saint John the Baptist Cemetery, Montello, WI. I also created memorials for their son, John, and his wife, Maggie.

I'm working on photographing the entire cemetery, creating memorials, and uploading the photos. I hope to be finished by Labor Day, but I've been having some computer "issues" that have slowed me down. I've added about eight new McDonnell's so far.

If you have time, it would be great if you could send edits to link memorials (spouses and parents). I won't have time to research the cemetery until it gets too cold/snowy to take photos.

Added by Janet Marie on Jul 28, 2015 5:34 PM
Hi Jane
Findagrave acts up everyonce in awhile....I just clicked on Joseph's small stone and it has a caption. I am working on the Barker family now along with Whites and few others...I am documenting for Historical society and State Archives/federal government.......
Added by gennie on Nov 16, 2014 5:49 PM

If you click on the pics, and it reloads a larger pic will come up and there is a CAPTION UNDER THE PIC'S with what was on the stone.UNDER BOTH STONES
Added by gennie on Nov 16, 2014 4:15 PM
RE: Goshen Cem. Barkers
Hi! Those were taken by another Find A Grave'er, Gennie. She takes great pride in her work, so those photos are the best available. Both stones had basic info on them. Eliza's said In memory of Eliza, wife of Joseph. The only other info it had was DOB, DOD and age at time of death. His had even less info.
Added by Laura on Nov 16, 2014 11:28 AM
RE: Burt photos
You're welcome. Wanted to let you know that you were also right in saying that the McDonnell's were somewhere near the chapel. Once I found them, I saw what you meant. Thought about taking a picture but didn't think about it till I got home. Will try to remember next time I'm up that way. I did go to the cemetery office to get a plot number, it's so much easier, especially when it's a big cemetery.
Added by CABrown on Oct 31, 2014 6:42 AM
I added an Emma Hazzard today, haven't gotten a pic of her stone yet, but added her death certificate. She was also a daughter of Stephen and Eliza Hazzard. I think if I remember she lived from 1865 to 1942.

She is in Silverbrook Cemetery, New Castle County, Delaware.
Added by gennie on Oct 30, 2014 11:53 PM
RE: Sarah
Hazzard, Sarah E. 136283598
b. Dec. 12, 1859 d. Jun. 17, 1862

Name: Stephen T Hazzard
Spouse: Eliza A R Barker
Marriage Date: 20 Jan 1857
Marriage Place: Sussex
Added by gennie on Oct 30, 2014 11:46 PM

I am sorry if this messes with what you have. I added her dates and also marriage info for her parents tonight. I don't know where your relative falls into the Hazzard line, but I am looking down here to further see what I can come up with with the Sarah that I added to Goshen Cemetery. One thing I have found is that not even what is written on a stone is always correct of dates or even the spelling of the name. I will keep looking but don't delete what you think is wrong yet, it may turn out to be right! Stranger things has happened.
Added by gennie on Oct 30, 2014 9:33 PM
Mary Landfair Whiting
RE: Ennis Gravestone
It was my pleasure. Find A Grave volunteers have been so good to me. It is now my turn to pay it forward.
Added by Mary Landfair Whiting on Jun 28, 2014 7:41 PM
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