|Thomas Barylski (#47465985)|
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|Julie Campbell||Andrew Smaluch|
Are you by chance a descendant or relative of Andrew Smaluch? I fell into the genealogy rabbit hole and collected a whole bunch of records on his family and made a branch on FamilySearch, https://familysearch.org/tree/person/LTDP-H6B/details. The reason I did that is I think he might be the brother of my great-grandmother, Karolina/Caroline Smolik Peltz. She was only a Smolik for very short time in the US, she was headed to see her brother Smolik with the illegible first name in Toledo, Ohio in 1910, and she was married to Peltz and had his child by 1912. There are very few Smol*/Smal* persons in the Toledo/Rossford area, this one is just two years older than she is, so brother could be. I have him attached to her as a sibling on FamilySearch (with a big old disclaimer that this is a guess) for the moment. If it is him, then I have her parents names, which I didn't have before. Either way, some future person has a tidy set of info to use.
What a beautiful sweet dog.
All the best to you from Austria !
|garrett324||RE: Thank you|
My pleasure! I meant GLAD it helped.
|garrett324||RE: Thank you|
My pleasure! Can't it helped.
|Tim Nix||RE: Ann Fitzpatrick Murtaugh|
Thanks. It's been a while since I worked on the Murtaughs, and Alice's husband's name was new to me. Looks like I've got some new people to add to my tree.
Added by Tim Nix on May 04, 2017 5:23 PM
|Leea B.||RE: Thank you|
You are very welcome. I was surprised to see no dates on anything. I am glad you liked them.
Added by Leea B. on Sep 26, 2016 2:41 PM
I apologize for this intrusion, especially at this time, but I just wanted to express my deepest sympathy on the loss of your lovely wife, Marge.
While I didn't know her very well, she was one of my first photo requests and she was very kind to me. Somehow, I felt as though she and I were kindred spirits.
While she didn't complain, she mentioned how she wasn't able to get out to the cemeteries as in the past - I could completely understand that frustration.
Add in her OBVIOUS love of her dogs (Cotton looks SO happy; what a beautiful friendship!) - well, she just seemed like a super nice lady. :)
Unfortunately, I never got to experience her sarcasm, but from her photo on her memorial page, I see a wee bit of that Irish spirit in her mischievous grin - what a genuine joy to know her (and the photo is from the Detroit zoo - practically my second home!).
I pray you and yours are blessed with the time and strength to endure this loss - you did a fine job on her memorial and you're a gem to take such good care of Rascal and Cotton. Can't even imagine the trouble those three are up to in Heaven. LOL!!
Added by Zelda on Sep 13, 2016 1:02 PM
|Barb OD||RE: Angus Cameron|
So sorry to hear of your loss she was a great contributor, let me know if there is anything I can do to help you
Added by Barb OD on Aug 31, 2016 12:32 PM
|Barb OD||Angus Cameron|
15162547, in Sherbrooke, is not really buried there Margaret Hayes called the cemetery and this is what they told her:
'Just finished talking with a rep from St Michel Cemetery re Angus Cameron burial 1927
The Plot is registered under McCourt. Angus Cameron d. 1917, h/ o Margaret Doonan was NOT transferred to St Michel in 1927. . The Angus Cameron b. there in 1927 is the grandson of Angus and the s/o William John Cameron/ Marie Arel.'
The elder Angus is probably buried in one of the two protestant cemeteries.
Added by Barb OD on Aug 31, 2016 9:33 AM
|Jim Moran||Alice Moran|
Thanks for the try on getting the photo. This is as I thought. She is my GGGmother. It was a shot in the dark but worth it just the same.
Thanks again for trying.
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