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From: Pat Connors <>
Subject: Re: [NY-TROY-IRISH-GENSOC] St Joseph's Cemetery gravestone
Date: Sun, 29 Jul 2007 22:04:14 -0700
> I looked....not expecting to find anything. To my amazement there was a photo
> of a gravestone with one of my family names on it I had never seen....and I
> can tell you, like many of you, I have tramped all over St. Joseph's
> looking for my family! To make a long story short, I had stumbled upon a
> brother of my great grandfather that I did not know even existed!
It is nice to hear that this site has helped you. Sometimes, going
lateral in a family tree (sisters and brothers) bring many rewards. It
certainly has helped me.
> Would you be interested in the names of people buried there who do not have
> gravestones?? These burials could be pulled into a seperate listing to
> complete the burial list of St. Joseph's.
This could be helpful. I could set up a webpage that one could add to
like the surname registry if there is enough interest. My ggrandmother
is in St Joseph's without a headstone, so I am sure there are plenty others.
> I cannot find the photos on the connorsgenealogy website
See below where my it says, 'Pat Connors, Sacramento CA', underneath my
name is the address of my website:
Click on this (URL) and when you get to my home page, there are bars at
the top of the page, put your mouse over New York State. There should
be some places located in New York State drop down when you do this.
Troy is near the bottom, click on it.
If you don't see the drop down menu, click on this:
Scroll down to Cemeteries and click on: St. Joseph Cemetery
If you can't find it still, email me off the list.
Pat Connors, Sacramento CA
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