|Mary Arvidson||RE: Harry McCluskey|
Hi Michelle-I checked the headstones around the site and I'm positive that the site is correct. There were no McCluskey headstones that I saw in the area. The lots in that section aren't usually single gravesites but generally they have more than one person in each lot (multiple gravesites). Did you ask the cemetery if they could check the plot card to see if his wife might be there? The database they use for lookups is usually correct but has been known to have misspellings or missing entries. The other possibility is that he was buried with other family or sometimes I see where a person is buried in another family's gravesite (usually related but not always). You might be able to get that info from the cemetery but I can't guarantee it as they are bitten with the confidentiality bug....they should be able to tell you if he is the only McCluskey there though...Mary
Added by Mary Arvidson on Jun 30, 2015 8:24 PM
|Anne Denhoff Morgan||RE: parrott correction|
Thanks for doing that, Michelle - just would like the links to be correct for other researchers.
Added by Anne Denhoff Morgan on Feb 15, 2014 11:01 AM
|Buried Treasure||RE: Ann McCluskey|
My name is Patty Stuebinger Ellis. Donny is my cousin; my mom is his Aunt Catherine, that is Catherine McCluskey Stuebinger Boehme, Margaret and Theresa's youngest sister.
I think it's so cool to connect this way! Nice to meet you!
I hope to get a chance someday to photograph Ann and Harry McCluskey's graves. I'll post them.
Added by Buried Treasure on Aug 15, 2013 11:59 AM
|Buried Treasure||Ann McCluskey|
Ann McCluskey was my maternal grandmother. I didn't know she was born in Dover, Kent, England. Thanks for the info.
Margaret Chambers is my aunt. Is she your grandmother?
Added by Buried Treasure on Aug 14, 2013 6:06 AM
Not sure this is your Great-Aunt. I have death certificate information on both names listed on headstone, that coordinates with each other, including both born in Ireland in 1828. Is there also a "James" in your lineage that d. January 29,1903? I will hold off on making the Canadian changes until I hear from you.
Added by DM on Jun 05, 2013 2:53 PM
|Barb LaJoie||Walter Parrott|
no he is not related
I'm putting the info I have on the Kingston Cemetery in so everyone can use it
Added by Barb LaJoie on May 31, 2013 8:01 PM
|Claudia Ivey||RE: peters picture|
His stone was hard to find, but it wasn't under any tree.
Added by Claudia Ivey on Sep 25, 2012 7:57 AM
|Claudia Ivey||RE: peters picture|
There was a child's grave not to far from Frank J Peters, Danny Peters 1943 to 1949 or something close to that. I took a pic of that too, just in case he was connected to Frank. If you want that pic, email me at firstname.lastname@example.org and I will send it to you.
Added by Claudia Ivey on Sep 25, 2012 7:50 AM
|Shree & Paul Williams||RE: frank peters|
Sorry that we couldn't find his stone. He is in an area with only flat stones and many of them are sunken into the ground. We spent about an hour digging a number of them out in what we think was the right location but did not find it.
If you get the cemetery to lift the stone up please let me know and we will be sure to make the trip again to photograph it for you.
Anna's was pretty easy to find - right where it should have been. Their graves are not very far apart - maybe 100 to 120 yards apart (if the information on Frank's site is correct).
Added by Shree & Paul Williams on Sep 02, 2012 8:37 PM
|Honoring our ancestors||John & Susanna Bydlowski|
Glad to transfer. My suggestion would be to find an obituary and request a copy of their death certificates. Possibly they may have applied for citizenship.
Added by Honoring our ancestors on Aug 27, 2012 10:54 PM
Your very welcome this was a hard photo to take for his stone is under a tree and it didn't matter were l stood l could not get the sun spots out of the photo.
Added by Carole on Jun 17, 2012 7:03 PM
|Honoring our ancestors||RE: just because|
Thanks!! Glad to help!
Added by Honoring our ancestors on May 14, 2012 10:05 PM