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Make Me A Taco (#47096662)
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Mary Arvidson
St Joseph Cemetery-Feldy gravesite
Hi-Walter Feldy is buried with Robert Feldy (1948-1985). Let me know if you create a memorial page for him and I will post the picture there...Mary
Added by Mary Arvidson on Mar 10, 2017 10:02 PM
Mary Arvidson
St Adalbert Cemetery-Fedly/Depa gravesites
Hi-I filled your requests for Frances and Veronica Feldy. I don't find Florence Feldy listed in the Chicago Archdiocese cemetery database but the records on infants aren't always perfect so she could be buried in the cemetery.
Besides Veronica in section 56 she is buried next to her husband, Louis Feldy (1904-1967). In addition, Veronica's parents are buried next to her:
-'Mother' Anna Depa (1896-1977)
-'Father' Stanley Depa (1894-1967)
And in the same lot but the row above there is a military marker for:
Walter J. Depa, AE1, US Navy, Korea (Jun 27, 1925-Jun 19, 2016)
I took pictures of all headstones so if you create memorial pages for the others let me know and I'll post the pictures...Mary
Added by Mary Arvidson on Mar 07, 2017 7:16 PM
Kelly Jean
George Washington Oliver
could you refresh my memory..... The name does not ring any bells. I am of Quaker descent from Indiana.
Added by Kelly Jean on Mar 05, 2017 8:14 AM
Kelly Jean
RE: George Washington Oliver
You can find most Quaker records in the Henshaw index. Most libraries have a copy of the Index I believe it is also available online.
Added by Kelly Jean on Mar 05, 2017 8:10 AM
Linda Lyons
RE: 74542683
I have to dig up my Wilcoxson info. Been thinking about other lines lately. Email me directly and I'll share what I know.
Added by Linda Lyons on Feb 23, 2017 3:21 PM
RE: 85319644
Julie, You are most welcome. I'm sharing with you the date sight I use, in case you need a back up.
This family is one of the oldest buried in that cemetery. There are still two small pieces, that are still in the group and since I can't make out exactly who they are, I will not try to match up.
I took a picture of the group but did not add to Find A Grave. If you would like it. email me and I will send to you....Regards..Kay
Added by Kay on Feb 12, 2017 2:46 PM
G Wilcox @ StL Calvary

I have posted a picture for him and the rest of the lot. I am sorry but there are no stones for the lot.

Please see the Caption for lot information.

Added by Kathie on Feb 08, 2017 1:18 PM
Mary Arvidson
St Joseph Cemetery-D'Alesandro/Dalesandro/D'Alessandro
Hi-I checked Section OO, Lots 12 and 13 and this is who is buried there:
Lot 12:
'Father' Nick P. D'Alessandro (1882-1955)
'Mother' Dolores Comes D'Alessandro (1884-1943)
Lot 13:
'Father' Michael D'Alesandro (1874-1953)
'Mother' Theresa Dalesandro (1880-1964)
The spelling changes between Michael and Theresa and her year of death does not match what you had. Note that there are also already memorials (without the apostrophe) for Michael and Theresa. I took pictures of both Michael and Theresa's headstones but before I post them I'd like you to let me know if you want them there. I'm not sure these are the same people...Thanks...Mary
Added by Mary Arvidson on Jan 18, 2017 8:10 PM
Petoskey History 1852-2002
Katherine Homer
Many thanks for contacting us. Please take a look and be sure we have added everything correctly. Happy holidays!
Added by Petoskey History 1852-200... on Dec 06, 2016 12:22 AM
Kathleen Werner
George Peruquier 154898424
The Oconto County Genealogical Society transcribed all the Oconto cemeteries. George Perkie and George Perruguer are listed from the sexton, presumably the same person, without a stone. Digitize Oconto County is digitizing all the newspapers. Oconto County Reporter Enterprise-Enquirer 19/Mar/1925 P.6 has an obituary for George Perkey.
Added by Kathleen Werner on Nov 16, 2016 9:00 AM
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