|Diane Reich (#40197331)|
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Researching, McCarthy, Salmon, Curtis & Leary families in Hampden County MA 1850-1992. |
Also Heffern/Heffernan, Hampson, Leary families of Elizabeth NJ.
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|DMH||Find A Grave Memorial# 70853193|
Thank You !!!!!
Added by DMH on Feb 28, 2017 5:21 PM
|possibly lee||Find A Grave Memorial# 33657966|
|Madeleine Mitchell ||Colma home of Peace Henry Levy|
Henry Levy was my 2nd great grandfather. He died in 1872 not 1892 as listed on the Find-a -Grave site. This is confirmed in the San Francisco Chronicle . He was born 1819-1820 as suggested by his age at death, which would have been 73 years of age if your date was correct.
I have had the Hebrew translated. It incorrectly states that his father was Jonathan Levy. Thus I looked in London for Jonathan Levy for 12 years. The Times of London correctly lists Henry's death Dec 11, 1972 his father being Jonas not Jonathan. It appeared Feb 6, 1873.
Constance Grave was from St Thomas, West Indies. She was his wife but not my 2nd great grandmother.
|Sarah Coston||Harrison Fitch|
Hi Diane -
I am working on my Fitch genealogy and notice you have posted a picture of Harrison Fitch in Olivet Cemetery, Colma, CA. Along with the post is a picture of ShowFolks of America and a listing of quite a few people including Harrison.
I don't have Harrison in my database and am wondering if you can give me a bit of information. My Fitch family descends from Henry Delano Fitch and Josefa Carrillo. I also have Freshour, Rice and Grant.
Any help would be great.
San Mateo, CA
|Joan Fraser||RE: Daniel McLeod & family|
Hi Diane -
Thanks very much for your note. I appreciate your reply.
|Joan Fraser||Daniel McLeod & family|
Hi Diane - I found your name on Find A Grave & would like to contact you. I am interested in your Memorial #37966908 for Daniel & Elizabeth McLeod buried near San Francisco, CA. Their daughter, Amy, is my special interest. Amy is also buried at Colma, CA with her spouse & their children who were all born in California
As a intermediate genealogist I am working on these line. Amy was married to William McDowell in Petaluma, Sonoma, CA in 1866.
I am searching for additional information about Daniel McLeod's arrival in California from Canada. I understand Daniel married Elizabeth in Rhode Island but I do not know when.
Thank you very much for any information about these lines. I thank you too for all the good work you do for Find A Grave.
Santa Rosa, CA Jocarf@sbcglobal.net
|Jeff Smith||Edward Bullivant 6526428|
Thank you for the Transfer and all the work you've done on his Memorial.
|Susan Garske Sylvester||Benjamin Rosengard 25589336|
Thank you so much for responding so quickly to my request of managing Ben's memorial page. Thank you for your volunteer work. Because of your work, I was able to find out where Ben was buried and now can complete the history of my family. Sue Sylvester
|Greg Burns||"John" Leary d. 1906|
Happy New Year!
I saw "John" Leary, who is buried at Mt. Olivet. The Elizabeth Daily Journal has a limited number of years digitized. I found the obit for "John" and "John" is Johanna Leary whose obit is posted in the 18 August EDJ on the front page. If you google Elizabeth Daily Journal digitized you will be able to see the issue and the obit on the front page. She was the wife of John Leary. On another note, I found, on Ancestry, on the link to New York Emigrant Savings Bank an entry for Daniel Leary and his wife, Catherine as account holders. They give their address as "Elizabethport" and she is a McCarthy by birth. It gives immigration information, the ship, the dates and shows them as coming from Co. Cork. Please have a look if you're so inclined. I am of the opinion that all of OUR Leary's are related one way or the other. My only on-going problem is that I can't find the deaths of my John and Mary Donnell/McDonald Leary. I feel they died between 1895 and 1910. I would guess too that John and Mary are buried in that very large Leary plot at Mt Olivet. Please let me know what you think. Thanks a million. Greg
|Madeleine Isenberg||RE: Charles Offer's Marker|
Nevertheless, you might still like his travelogue there -- it has some funny or cute incidents!
Thanks for the use! I can give you credit for the photo!
Happy New Year!
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