|Just~Us Relatives||Season Greatings|
Have a wonderful Christmas !!!
|Reilly||THANK YOU ༺🌺༻*•💖•*༺🌺༻|
I want to thank you for visiting the memorial of my dear sister Mars and for the beautiful token you so kindly left for her,
your visit is greatly appreciated,
Best wishes from Ireland
Added by Reilly on Sep 17, 2016 12:48 PM
|Peter J. Wallon||RE: Adam|
My pleasure, glad I could help.
|SourPersimmon||RE: Joseph Yodsnukis|
ALWAYS an honor to transfer; especially to family and friends.
|sniksnak||RE: Michael Byberg|
My pleasure to leave an Angel Day token for Michael. Thanks for your visits to my loved ones. Have a great day! Love and huggles, Suse
Added by sniksnak on Feb 03, 2016 8:15 AM
|chuck cummins||Your cousin Patricia Byberg|
She is in Barrancas National Cemetery, located at the Naval Air Station, Pensacola.
|Just~Us Relatives||Change is good|
I like your new bio picture.
|MaryK||Photo requests for St. Pats, Bay City|
I was unable to fill these requests because the office lady is very unhelpful about locating graves. She hates a list so I have found it easiest for the individual who is requesting the photo to find out the location. I have an index of existing tombstones that some nice ladies did for the Bay County GENWEB but that's for the old St. Pats where most burials are from the early 1900s. Sorry!
Michael does not appear on the tombstone index.
Added by MaryK on Nov 02, 2015 11:35 AM
|Karen ||RE: Old City Cemetery|
Oh boy, another challenge. Will do my best! :-)
Added by Karen on Oct 13, 2015 9:25 AM
|Karen ||City Cemetery|
I'm still trying to locate info about City Cemetery. Talked to 2 historians who told me the name was also called Arlington Cemetery (it was located on Arlington Street). The bodies were relocated when they wanted the location for village expansion. Apparently very little (if any) records were kept by the local government. The graves were dug up (some rather unceremoniously, probably due to the state of the remains when buried) and transferred to Maple Ridge (the NEW cemetery at that time). That is when better records were kept. The sexton at Riverside Cemetery told me he has been trying for many years to gather a history on that cemetery, but with little luck. The librarian told me much the same, also with no luck. The county death records don't go back that far.
It seems the Army would have records of some kind since Fort Brady was a big presence around that time and they would need records of the deaths of their soldiers as well as the civilians.
I suspect the best records for that time period would probably be in the Catholic church here. Do you have some names I could research, or are you just curious about the cemetery in general? Maybe I will look into this more during the slow winter.
Added by Karen on Oct 12, 2015 10:45 AM
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