If you could possibly email the cemetery direct at this email address:
And ask them for a plot location please I know they will provide it free of charge if you can give them the persons full name and year of death. It might also be worth asking if there is actually a headstone on the grave.
Added by Jacqui on Dec 01, 2016 10:39 AM
Here's a link to their website which is probably the best place for you to start. A lot of their records are available online through ancestry if you have access to that either at home or through your local library.
Depending on where your ancestors were based here are some other links you might find useful for the Birmingham area:
http://www.jqrt.org/index.html - for those buried at Key Hill or Warstone cemeteries
I think this last one above must be an ongoing project as it's definitely not complete!
Hope these are of help to you. Come back to me if there is anything specific you want help with.
Added by Jacqui on Aug 19, 2016 9:08 AM
Hello, I found some graves for a few Thomas Kiernans. I believe he was my great-grandfather but I am having a lot of trouble finding a stone that is closer to his possible dates- my gram Mollie/Mary Kiernan was born in July of 1889-1890
(came to USA in 1914) so the Toms that I found would not be a match.I was thinking that he might have been born around 1870's that would have made him at least in his 20's when Mollie was born. The stone might have two wives noted. I think the first wife was Mary or Anna Hart she would have died after 1891 and I don't know the second wife's name. The only clue I have is that there may be an infant buried with the first wife Anna/Mary because she died in child birth.The first wife would be Mollie's mother.My gram mentioned Sligo & Longford.If you find any other stones near by with Kiernans or Harts and it is not too much trouble I would appreciate a photo of them with the information on the back.If you have any questions let me know. Thank you very much
Greetings from Dublin.
Please send me an email, my address is at the base of my profile page.
I can give you hyperlinks to two sources for him.
Added by John on Dec 12, 2014 2:27 PM
|Brian G. Andersson||Flatleys in Ballyhaunis cemetery|
Even though the family lived in Logboy or Carraun, St. Mary's parish near the Roscommon border, theyre buried in Ballyhaunis Cemetery somewhere.
Can you help?
Brian G. Andersson,
New York City
|Ace||Peter Hevecan at St. Mary's|
Hi! Photos posted for him.
Also there: Catherine Hevecan, 1893 - 1978
If you add a photo request I will post the photos that I took of her grave markers.
The information below is from the Illinois Deaths and Stillbirths Index for Peter Hevecan.
Birth Date: 10 Sep 1889
Birth Place: Ireland
Death Date: 10 Dec 1943
Death Place: Proviso Township, Cook, Illinois
Burial Date: 13 Dec 1943
Burial Place: Evergreen Park, Cook, Illinois
Cemetery Name: St. Marys
Death Age: 54
Occupation: Stock Clerk
Marital Status: M
Residence: Chicago, Cook, Illinois
Father Name: Pat Hevecan
Father Birth Place: Ireland
Mother Name: Mary Morris
Mother Birth Place: Ireland
Spouse Name: Katherine Hevecan
Comments: SS # 342-01-2200, Veteran World War I
Added by Ace on Aug 18, 2014 3:09 AM
I do have photos for
Eugene Miglore 1924 - 1983
Lillian M 1895 - 1983
Margaret M 1902 - 1936
Elisabeth 1870 - 1946
These are all on the family stone along with George and Martin. If there are memorials made, I will post the photos.
Added by Samantha on Apr 26, 2014 8:14 PM
|Peggy_Bromfield_Wentz||Mary and Dominic Morley|
Hello, I was wondering if you would mind transferring Mary and Dominic Morley to me. Mary #49013645 was sister to my grandfather (Patrick Clarke # 81237177). If there is anything I can do for you, if I can help, I will be happy too.
Kindest regards and thank you ever so much for posting this!
|Julie Morgan||If anyone KNOWS anything.. please get in touch|
My father, who I loved dearly, recently died. His name was LAURENCE CRUDDEN. My father grew up in Abbeylara, Co. Longford all his life and left Ireland for England when he was young. His father is buried in Abbeylara . His name is JOSEPH CRUDDEN. My father had a brother (my uncle) His name is JOHN. I do not know if John is still alive. My father also had a sister called CARMEL. She also passed away a long time ago. I believe we have relatives called the CASEYs and I remember the McCormacks or McCormicks who ran a pub in Abbeylara. I am not sure where my grandmother is buried. My father also talked about relations in Ballyboy? I live in the USA and would love to get in touch with any member of my family still living and who can tell me more about my family. Thank you and God Bless.
|terry falls ( tormey family)||coolamber, co. westmeath|
Do you live in westmeath or Longford? It appears
that you did all of the postings for Coolamber
cemetery. Did you also do the survey?
I am making my second trip to Ireland trying to
locate my great-grandparents graves in Coolamber.
The records were in the keeping of Co. Longford
and as you may know, they lost them..
Also I have been in touch with a volunteer group in Street who attend to the local cemeteries but
they have not turned up anything yet.
Can you help?
According to the church record my great grandfather, Thomas Tormey, died November 1892.
Thank you for any help that you can give.
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