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|Cliff Carson||Ralph James McGauley|
St Jude's Anglican Cemetery has two memorials for Ralph James McGauley: 117371209 & 113905190.
|Brooke ||Emily Chisholm|
Thanks for the death date update - have added the additional information.
Added by Brooke on May 21, 2016 6:34 PM
I will go back to double check
|Larry Lalonde||St John's Catholic cemetery - Gananoque|
Some how there was two St John's Catholic cemetery - Gananoque created
1 - has 12 postings
the other has 1,1472 postings.
you created one for a
HIGGINS John (Jack) # 112538451 created Jun 18, 2013.
you may want to delete yours when you see the other cemetery posting which has 1,1472 postings
The other large data bank for this
HIGGINS John (Jack) is # 115000147
|Teresa Britton||RE: MacFarlane|
The MacFarlane headstone is at Windecker by the Grandriver before Dunnville.
|ATJ||Re Elizabeth Book|
Thanks so much for this photo Rosemary! This is most definitely a tombstone carving by John Solomon Teetzel. He signed with a "T" at the bottom of the inscription.
I've a virtual cemetery of his work in the US & Canada here: http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=vcsr&GSvcid=262026
John Solomon Teetzel (1762-abt 1836) of Hardwick (Hartwick)who carved in northwestern New Jersey from 1780 - 1800. He would emigrate to Canada, settling in Grimsby, Ontario about 1803.
An article on his work can be found here: archive.org/stream/markers17asso#page/124/mode/2up
Biographical material can be found in the volume, New Jersey Cemeteries and Tombstones: History in the Landscape by Richard F. Veit, with Mark Nonestied.
Best wishes, Jane
Added by ATJ on Oct 02, 2015 3:47 PM
|SheWolf||RE: thank u|
A pleasure. Glad to help.
Added by SheWolf on Aug 30, 2015 6:19 PM
I am a great-grandson of the maternal grandmother of George Milton Bury. His only wife was Gladys Margaret Bury (Nee Binet), and her name appears on his gravestone. I am not aware of any relative called Olive Bury. If you have any further information regarding this relationship, I would be interested to hear from you.
Added by JohnM on Jun 15, 2015 9:12 AM
Ah...now I remember. Here's her #124669951. Let me know if you want her tranferred.
|Juliane Montgomery Burbach||RE: Andrew Lebarre Headstone|
They are really lovely photos. Again thank you. Yes the LeBarre name has many variations, LeBarre, LeBarr, Labar, LaBarre, LaBarr and so on, all related pretty much.. Even some of the daughters and sons spelled it different then their parents.
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