Rochester: Sunday, October 12, 2014. Rose was lifted to heaven after a courageous battle with cancer. Residents of the Cedarwood community will miss her sense of humor and generous spirit. Her Godmother, Fran, and loyal friend, Russell, survive Rose. Her final days were filled with joy, care and compassion provided by Kristin, Camille and every angel at Isaiah House.
Private Services at Riverside Cemetery.
Rochester Cremation, 4044 W. Henrietta Road, Rochester NY 14623, 359-2300, RochesterCremation.com
CFLs contain far less mrurcey than a single cremation. According to GE, an average compact fluorescent contains between 4 and 5 milligrams of mrurcey. Still enough for significant cleanup precautions according to the EPA and CDC. On the other hand, according to EPA estimates, the average cremation releases roughly half a gram, or 500 milligrams of mrurcey. If you consider that this amount is released chronically in the same location with every cremation, and that mrurcey is bio-accumulative (meaning it builds up in your system over time), then you can see the real potential for harm.
My great-great grandmother was Catherine Harriet O’Gara. She came over to the USA from Aghanagh, Ireland somiteme before 1876. On 03 Feb 1876 she married Robert Thompson in Providence, RI. Catherine’s marriage and death certificate (died 25 June 1899 in Providence, RI) lists her parents names are Dominic O’Gara and Mary Clarke. Her brothers and sisters also came over from Aghanagh, Ireland.Patrick O’Gara born in 1849Anne O’Gara born about 1856Edward O’Gara born 1859Mary O’Gara born about 1860A brother named John O’Gara (born about 1856) stayed in Aghanagh, Ireland. He married Mary Cryan and had children there. I found his family in the 1901 and 1911 census. Two of his sons, Patrick and James, came to Providence and stayed with their Uncle Edward O’Gara.I commissioned the County Sligo Heritage and Genealogy Society to do further research on my O’Garas. They confirmed that Catherine, Patrick, and Edward all had the same parents. However, they believe that Catherine born in 1846 died because in 1864, Dominic and Mary had another daughter whom they named Catherine. They did not find any record of Mary or Ann being born to Dominic and Mary. This really threw me for a loop since all my research in the US suggests that they are all siblings. Backed up by the sponsors of their children and the witneses at their weddings having last names of O’Gara and Clarke.I’ve been doing some more research on all the O’Garas in living in Providence to see if any of the other O’Garas are cousins of my O’Garas.If anyone has any information that they could share with me, I would greatly appreciate it. I also have a bunch more information than listed above on my O’Garas and the other O’Garas I found living in Providence.Thank you,Annette Polsky
Hi Jade, You can try calling one of our acctunos that carry Alex and Ani to see if they have this specific bangle. Here is the link to our locations page