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|DMLeForce||Clement C. Raines|
Please read FAQ's before adding people. Names should be capitalized. Also I did pic request on another memorial in same cemetery. And they came back with:
Just wanted to let you know there isn't a "Pope County Cemetery". This cemetery was created in error on findagrave. Whoever created the cemetery took the name from a death certificate. The death certificate listed the burial location as Pope County (meaning somewhere in Pope County). So, your photo request won't be fulfilled. I would be happy to take the photo if you can find the location of the grave.
If you've created this cemetery please fix. Otherwise please add this memorial to correct cemetery.
|Moe||RE: Woulfe Burial|
The Woulfe family has always been helpful. The following link has not been updated in two years but I was going to email Michael Woulfe(and you can try as well), assuming I can reach him. The Athea Woulfes helps a lot because there are probably many possible connections. I have also discovered some new Irish Graveyard sites which I will explore.
Added by Moe on Dec 06, 2014 8:50 AM
Woulfe is the common spelling in the Abbeyfeale area. There are only he 1901 and 1911 census to use and I couldn't locate family. I could check next summer when I visit Abbeyfeale. Do you know if her parents left before the 1901 census- I think it was April of that year?
Do you know where she stayed when her parents were away?- convent or with other relatives?
Added by Moe on Dec 04, 2014 10:37 PM
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