|Donna F||RE: WARE|
I sent you an email to your gmail.
Added by Donna F on May 07, 2017 5:31 PM
|Donna F||RE: WARE|
Yes, I do know something about them as they are a correlated family to my husband's Fitzgerald line via the son, Bernard Leroy Ware who married into the family. There are descendants of Bernard who are still alive.
Added by Donna F on May 07, 2017 4:39 PM
|Janet Herron Tucker||RE: wm jackson|
I have looked for his death record for some time now and have been unsuccessful, until today. I finally found it. His reason of death was LaGrippe (influenza) and cardiac paralysis. I don't know what cardiac paralysis is. So why the cemetery record stated he died of asthma, I do not know.....I was not sure that his father was Elijah Ryan. The death record confirmed that his father was indeed, Elijah and his mother was Elizabeth.
|Mike Cusick||RE: william f hahn/ vine st cem, cincy|
I deleted mine and moved the grave stone pictures from BudyGal
|Tom Stonehunter||RE: your updates for Andreas Han/Hahn|
Hi- you previously commented and added notes to memorial 138063692. There are recent bio updates that associate several Cincinnati records to his name. Problem is, these records show him living in Cincy area from 1850 onward, whilst your note says he arrived in 1867. Something appears to be miss-matched, either in the bio or in your note. Regards, Tom
|Dottie Belt-Cornell||142650093 Robert Goldsmith|
You have a memorial set up for him but no location of death is listed do you know where he died? Also why does it say Non-burial memorial does this mean he was cremated? I don't think they did many of those back then. Is he buried in a family plot ie...vault on the property? Or do you just not know. Robert Goldsmith is my 2nd greatgrandfather been doing research since 1973 on my lineage.
|kairalynnsimmonstucker||Patrick "Bo" Noonan memorial (# 144162944)|
I am curious about your notation for the James Patrick "Bo" Noonan memorial (# 144162944). I am researching the incident of Noonan's death, and both his death record and coroner's inquest claim that it was caused by a fall after scaling a concrete wall and falling into the hole on the block of Scott Boulevard bounded by 6th Street to the north and East Pike Street to the south. This struck me as a rather odd way for a man in his 70s to die, and was further intrigued by the idea that his nephew thought that it was murder. Is there more to the story that you might be able to share? If so, my email address is firstname.lastname@example.org.
|Heather Setters||Lloyd Setters Rice|
I note that you say you knew Lloyd's brother.
Lloyd was a first cousin of my husband. I knew that his father either died or he and his wife divorced but we are not aware of a brother. Call you fill me in on the Rice family. I do genealogy. Thank you. Vickey Setters; email@example.com
|Debbie J||RE: ralph eugene perry jr|
Lula Watson remarried a Mills. Sec 20 Lot 357 Grave 3 - added her. Son Everett is also in that plot with dad James and sister Lillian. Four graves all on same marker. A little cold today so I didn't get pic.
Added by Debbie J on Mar 04, 2016 12:53 PM
|Philip Warren Rupp||RE: Lunch|
Dale, Thank you. My E-mail has not worked correctly in months. I can best be reached at this Find A Grave public message or by phone. Look forward to talking to you soon. Phil
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