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|Judi Braddick||RE: gloria haas b. 1918 d. may 11 1942|
Using the form provided on NYC web site send for copy of death cert especially since you have the number - It cost $15.00, takes about three weeks and the death cert will list cemetery. There are a lot of Catholic Cemeteries in Brooklyn & Queens. You could start by calling all of them but this seems easier. (St John's in Queens is a catholic cemetery)
|Jerry Barnard||Dixie Union|
I am related to almost everyone in Dixie Union. Very closely tied in to the Jordan and King family. If you go to Avie Jordan Sills ( find a grave memorial # 36930790 ) you will see the connections on my mother's side. I've been researching that family tree for several years.
Over the past 5 years I've worked with the United Daughters of the Confederacy and Sons of Confederate Veterans and we have organized several large dedications ceremonies in the area for Jordan, King, Bennett, Waldron, Tuten , to name a few. If you need any info , feel free to ask, I have much
|Wiregrass Irisheyes||BENNETT Transfers|
Thank you for your kind words. This is a Labor of Love for me. :) Deepest sympathies on your losses. I pray that 'owning' the memorials will help.
I transferred the memorial to you. I also noticed that your Grandmother is buried at Calvary in Woodside, Queens. As it turns out we just moved into Woodside/Sunnyside. IF the location of the grave is accurate, I can go over there this weekend and take a photo for you
PS I am from Dixie Union. I have many relatives buried at Hephzibah
|Beals||RE: gloria haas b. 1918 d. may 11, 1942|
Thanks for your email. I show her in Find a Grave memorial 105909513 in Calvary Cemetery Woodside New York. I recently requested a tombstone photo from there and was told to call the office there at 718 786-8000 and tell them the exact date of birth and date of death and an office worker will look in the records and tell you the Row #, Plot # and Grave # so you can add that to your memorial on Find a Grave and a volunteer can locate the grave for a photo. If you call them they can tell you for sure if she is interred there. Another source is to get the death certificate and it should indicate the place of her burial.
Added by Beals on Feb 27, 2013 7:14 PM