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Jerry Fair
Moriarity-Moriarty surname
The surnames that I have added to Find A Grave are taken from church records and death certificates. Misspelled surnames on church and death records are not uncommon.


Jerry Fair

Added by Jerry Fair on Feb 03, 2017 1:14 PM

Jerry Fair
Charles Moriarty
What is the correct spelling of Charles' surname. I am totally confused by your message.


Jerry Fair

Added by Jerry Fair on Feb 02, 2017 1:36 PM

Just Plain Nosy
RE: # 76065899 Major Harrelson
That is weird. Thanks for the heads up!

Added by Just Plain Nosy on Jan 18, 2017 5:50 PM

Remember me
RE: Henry Martin # 157350845
I am not related, that I have found anyway, just searching for needles in the haystack.

Added by Remember me on Aug 25, 2016 5:34 AM

Catherine McGuinness
I thought this grave for Catherine McGuinness, 146696341; and others might be of interest to you.

Added by DGB on May 22, 2015 3:38 PM

Hi Kathy,
I got the pictures you requested for the Mc Guiness's and John Pritchard in L.I.N.C. John is buried next to Margaret G. Pritchard. (Since she is a veteran in her own right there is no mention, but presumably this his wife?) Anyway, I've also added a picture to her memorial.
Have a good one...

Added by GLENN on Aug 27, 2010 3:53 PM

John McGuiness
Hi. I tried to fulfill your photo request for John yesterday at Calvary Cem in NYC. Once I got out there and looked around, I think there may be one piece of info missing from your listed location. My guess is there should be a Plot, identified by a letter of the alphabet. If you look at some of the other Calvary graves, you'll see what I mean. I scouted the area covered by your location info and didn't see any stone for McGuiness, but w/o the Plot id'd, it's a really large area, so I certainly could've missed it. If you've gotten the location verbatim from the cemetery, then maybe someone else in the area w/ more experience will be able to give it a shot. But if you're working from other documents, you may want to write or call the cemetery and see if they have more complete info. Either way, I unclaimed the request so that it wouldn't be tied up for other gravers. The good news is Calvary is frequently visited by a bunch of us! Sorry I couldn't find anything for you.

Added by TomDuse on May 31, 2010 5:43 AM


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