|Russ Rangel (#47311129)|
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|My name is Russell Rangel. I am researching the Butchelle and Antonelli families from Ellwood City and surrounding areas. The original surname for Butchelle was Buccella in Italy, and then changed to Buccelli, after immigrating to Hillsville, PA. My Buccella/Buccelli family originated in the Abruzzo region, in the towns of Loreto Aprutino, Montebello di Bertona, and Alanno. Antonelli's were from Rionero Sannitco and Castel di Sangro.|
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|W McFarland||RE: Teresa Cattullo|
I believe your assumption is correct, in that she would have been buried in the Old cemetery and then moved.
Her death certificate states place of burial "St Agatha's" Sept 4, 1914. And of course her head stone is located at the current location.
I viewed the death certificate of an infant child of my grandmothers who died in 1936. His certificate reads place of burial "New St Agatha cemetery". I have seen his grave stone and it is located in the same cemetery as Teresa.
I am sorry I don't have any more information.
Are you of relation to Teresa?
Thank your for adding this grave from St Lawrence Cemetery. He was my Mother's baby brother.
Added by pjef on Sep 19, 2015 11:50 PM
|m hendriksen||RE: Marciliano|
You're very welcome ! Martha
Thank you so much for your effort to find my grandparents is greatly appreciated
Added by sarahlis on Jun 27, 2015 1:09 PM
It seems that there is no memorial in Find A Grave for: "Filippo Marcigliano who died in the year 1919. His burial is located at Sec 23 Range 14 Plot F Grave 2." If I am correct, that it doesn't exist, you can create it, request a photo and I will do take it.
Added by Marcial on Jun 01, 2015 11:52 AM
Russ, the request is on the phone and it takes only a couple of minutes. They will take more interest if you do it because you are a relative. I will take care of your other relative.
Added by Marcial on Jun 01, 2015 11:47 AM
They can place the marker within 24 hours Monday through Friday. If you call tomorrow Friday they will have it for Monday. They have to prepare the marker, which is a cross made out of a hard plastic imitating gray marble, and print the name and details on it. If you need my help, let me know, I live 3 blocks away from entrance to the Third Calvary Cemetery on Queens Boulevard at 52nd Street, Woodside.
Added by Marcial on May 31, 2015 10:04 PM
|Marcial||RE: Filippo Marcigliano|
"Hi Marcial, thank you for taking the time to locate the burial for Filippo Marcigliano. I'm not sure if I'm following you though. As I look at the one pic, is it located directly under the tree in the middle next to the headstone? or the tree that it looks like you're standing under. Thank you."
Hi Russ, I think my message could be confusing. I am giving you an aproximate location of Filippo's burial place. In the first pic I am facing South. Filippo's grave should be in the shade under the tree branches near the stone wall. If you order a marker, it would be like the one in the bottom left corner of the photo but it would be placed, if I am not mistaken, in that shaded area under the tree. I took the second photo standing exactly in the middle of the shade under the tree but facing West. If you order the marker I will take a new photo to the exact location and will delete these two that you see now.
Added by Marcial on May 31, 2015 5:22 PM
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