|Cherie Cayemberg (#47271088)|
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I'm a genealogist and geneablogger who has been tracing my family since 2001. I'm an Army veteran currently using my GI Bill for a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in Commercial Photography. This means that sometimes I'm not as much into my genealogy and cemetery wanderings as I used to be, but hopefully when I graduate in April 2018 I'll get more time!|
I understand how useful finding that tombstone can be (especially with a picture!). Please don't hesitate to request a cemetery photo from the Colorado Springs, CO area. Transcriptions are always great, but a picture gives you that firm piece of evidence and documenting the sources for your family tree is always so important!
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|b artz||RE: Mulligan|
Glad i could help.
Added by b artz on Jun 08, 2017 8:03 PM
|public name||Loren Coulter|
Not directly related, and no need for a transfer. Thanks for offering. I am transcribing 1966 obits from the Fond du Lac Reporter microfilm using an ancestry.com subscription. Thanks for posting his obit. There is a pending edit to link his parents, if you check your "Edits sent to me that I need to review.
|Jerry Fair||Francis J. Kaschak|
Ms. Cherie, I am not related to Francis, but I will be researching bio information for all the persons buried in the St. Mary's Cemetery. That said, I will be sending you information from time to time. Hope you do not mind.
My great-great grandfather, John Mulligan, is buried in St. Mary's. Sadly, there is no maker for his grave. I wanted to purchase a marker for my great-great grandparents, but all the cemetery records were destroyed in a fire. If you visit John Mulligan's memorial, you will see a photo of my great-great grandparents taken in the late 1860's.
Thank you for all of your work that you have done for the St. Mary's Cemetery!
U.S. Army veteran
|Cara Ellis||Hermans request|
Hi Cherie. I found Charles. Did not find Jean. Josephine has me confused. Different dates than what you have listed.
I have a couple other pictures if you would like me to send them. The family is all buried in a group, but I have to investigate where they might be... There is no caretaker so I might have to go to county records to find plot #s
|pat werthman deyoe radtke||Nellis Mercier|
Are you related to Isabella?
|Bob Whitenight||St. Mary R.C. Cemetery, Beaver Meadows|
Hello. My name is Bob Whitenight. I am a retired fellow looking to make a few extra bucks and take cemetery pictures for $5.00 each. I see you need pictures from the St. Mary R.C. Cemetery in Beaver Meadows, and since I live in Hazleton, I thought I could be of service to you. You do not have to pay up front. I will go to the cemetery and take the pictures and post them on Find-A-Grave. After you see the pictures you can then send me the money. Let me know if you want me to do this. You can reach me at:
|Roibeard||RE: Charles Brown|
You're vrey welcome. Yes, you may use it. Please attribute it to Robert Lenahan. Thanks for your consideration.
Added by Roibeard on Jun 22, 2016 6:17 AM
|Templecrone||RE: Rita Dermott|
Her husband William R. Dermott b. Jan 3 1918 Mauch Chunk PA died 11 Feb 1995 Bethlehem PA buried in Immaculate Conception Jim Thorpe
|Templecrone||RE: Rita Dermott|
I am not related - I have been adding records to Immaculate Conception Allentown. Rita's son Father William is also buried in Jim Thorpe, you might want to link mother and son.
|Lisa Baker||Find A Grave Memorial# 147128135|
I was just researching this some more, I looked that the death certificate for the Neil Brown who died 30 October 1937 is not the same man as Neil Brown who was a married to Bridget Brown, the 1937 man was born in Ireland. I found our Neil Brown still alive in 1940 with his wife Bridget and his children, Nancy, Eugene, Paul, Joan, John and Charles. I can email you the death certificate and the census record. Looks like there is a mix up with 2 men named Neil Brown both marrying women name Bridget.
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