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I Live in Dublin City,Ireland and have an interest in genealogy. I live near Glasnevin Cemetery in Dublin and would be happy to take any Photographs of graves there. I visit Co Donegal and Co Derry also, so any cemetery in that area. |
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|Becky Roberts||Thank you so much!|
Michael, thank you so much for taking such a wonderful picture of our relative's gravesite! The time and effort it took you is so appreciated. Please let us know if we can ever return the favour. Best regards!
|Cath Maris||Linking Bond parents to chilren's burial|
Please disregard my previous query, I have worked out how to link the burials of the parents to Laurence and Jennie Bond.
Thanks again for all you help.
|Cath Maris||RE: Bond Grave.|
Me again. Yes I did find Laurence and Jennie's Parents at Glasnevin Cemetery. Patrick Bond is in UF 22.5 Section Dublin.
Jane Bond is in MB 98.5 Section South.
I'm not sure how to link them all.
Do I need to set up a memorial for them first?
|Cath Maris||RE: Bond Grave.|
Sending a big hug to you Michael. That was great advice and I have now found my great grandmother Jane and also my great grandfather Patrick. They are not together, Jane is in a grave with four other people and Patrick appears to be on his own, the option for his search was only standard, not extended information.
There is a Patrick Mooney in the grave with Laurence and Jennie Bond and also Mary Moran. I sent a message to Glasnevin Cemetery asking the question. They advised that when Patrick Mooney was buried on the site and his family would have had 5 years to purchase the grave, this didn't happen so when Auntie Jennie purchased the grave to bury her brother Laurence in 1953 dear old Patrick Mooney came along with the grave.
Thanks once again, your an angel.
Sorry Michael, that previous email should have read Thomas and Mary Tyrrell, not Hickey.
|Robyn Burke||Thomas and Mary Hickey|
Hi Michael, thank you so much for taking the time to take a photograph of this headstone for me. I really appreciate it. You have done a wonderful service for people who are on the other side of the world. Thank you again.
|Cath Maris||Jennie Bond - Photo Thank You So Much|
Thank you so much for visiting Aunty Jennies grave and taking a photo of it.
A big bonus is that her broth Laurence is also buried there as well. It is as I thought that Mary Moran would have also been laid to rest with her.
It look like Laurence died 10th December 1953 (?) I couldn't read what was written under that possibly something in Gaelic.
Uncle Larry was a cobbler / boot maker. After my Dad's mother died after child birth in Ringaskiddy, Cork. My grandfather Peter took the two eldest boys George and my Dad Joe) back to Dublin where he was from and left the two youngest boys Bobby and baby Michael with my great grandmother. When they arrived back in Dublin, Uncle Larry took them in and they lived with him for quite a while.
Thank you once again, it's very much appreciated. If there are any photos I could take for you here in Brisbane please let me know.
|Donal Hutton||Ellen Nash|
I came across your entry for Ellen Watt Nash in Derry Cemetery. I was researching my own family one of whom is Ellen Watt, a different lady but I delved a little more on Ellen Nash. Lawrence actually married Ellen McLaughlin on 12-Dec-1883, she was baptised in Derry on 20-Apr-1861. Daughter of John McLaughlin and Ellen Nugent.
|CarMitch||Maria Ridgeway Alford grave|
Hi Michael, many many thanks for taking the photo of her grave for us, sad so many didn't have headstones
Thanks again from my family & I
Added by CarMitch on Aug 22, 2016 11:58 AM
Hi Michael many thanks for taken the photo of John Alfords grave (is the angle statue it)
Added by CarMitch on Aug 22, 2016 11:55 AM
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