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Re: John Flaherty


Posted By: S. Ferrall - IAGenWeb volunteer
Date: 5/27/2022 at 14:20:39

In Response To: John Flaherty (Lisa Streicher)

I don't know if there is an 'official' record of all the burials or a plot map of St. Michael's Cemetery, but there was a WPA survey, more recent walking surveys & photo survey's of the existing stones.

John Flaherty's burial is documented in several records:

1) He died Soldiers' Home, Milwaukee, WI - and body shipped to Garber, cemetery not specified in this record.

2) G.A.R. records show burial St. Michael's, there is a GAR stake by Edward Flaherty's grave, but it is most likely for John.

3) Unkn of John ever had a gravestone, but his burial in St. Michael's appears on WPA records so there may have been one in the 1930's.

4) A brief death notice gives burial in Elkport Catholic cemetery and today I found a more complete obit & have posted it. The obit specifies St. Michael's cemetery:

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