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The bad penny turns up again. <G>. Have recently "dug up" (pun
intended) some additional cemetery references. Here they are:
> Cemetery Records - http://www.interment.net
> A review of the SAR Revolutionary War Graves Register 2000
> Get the United States Census on CD-ROM
Haven't had time to check the above but just finished checking the site at:
and found references to fifteen Lapsley's -- one of whom was my
G-Grandfather, so now I know what plot he's buried in. Of course that
particular site deals solely with National Cemeteries around the country
but still it's got quite a bit of information. If you wish to check the
latter -- click on either the "2.5 million non-famous grave records" or
else on the "Surname index" in the "Find Non-Famous Graves" column to
check for specific surnames unless your person was famous, in which case
you can check out the "Find Famous Graves" column. Good luck.
Have a great day and a better tomorrow. -- See Ya' -- Clyde
I just recently stumbled upon the LAPSLEY name. I
found it on my great grandfather, Patick WHALEN's
death certificate. He was born on March 13, 1870 to
John WHALEN and Mary Lapsley. They were both born in
Ireland. Patrick came to the US about 1894 and
settled in Brooklyn, New York.
Does any of this sound familiar?
I was also wondering what area of Ireland is the
LAPSLEY name generally from?
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