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Genie (#48216120)
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 • 149 Memorials Added
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Thomas Dunne
Saint Mary's Cemetery, Amsterdam
To find a section and lot number for someone, you have to call Saint Mary's Church at: (518)842-4500 You may have to leave a message, and they may have to call you back.
Added by Thomas Dunne on Aug 22, 2014 8:11 AM
Coolbanagher Burials
The simple answer is yes.
If the burial records state that they were buried there, then that is where the graves are.
I take a "generous" view of who should be recorded.
For example, if a WW1 soldier died in France, but is commemoratively named on a headstone in Ireland, then both headstone should be recorded.
Added by John on Mar 10, 2014 1:23 PM
Coolbanagher burials.
Added by John on Mar 10, 2014 1:19 PM
The Cobbe family in Coolbanagher Churchyard
Greetings from Dublin.
I was in Emo two weeks ago, and photographed a considerable number of headstones in the churchyard.
I have added a further 17 members of the Cobbe clan, but unfortunately I did not find the four that you created memorials for.
Send me an email if you wish to discuss them
Added by John on Mar 10, 2014 10:41 AM

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