Harriet’s obituary can be read here. It is sad that her first name is the only name on her stone. Luckily, she is buried with her siblings so that you can figure out which family she belongs to. Unfortunately, there is no mention of her husband.
Ok, so it is not THE Jonas brothers. But they are Jonas brothers none the less.
Max H. Jonas
F3 US Navy
World War 1
Dec 4 1899
Aug 4 1969
Otto F Jonas
Otto and Max Jonas are both interred at Ridgewood Cemetery; Des Plaines, Cook, IL. Section 6, plot’s 216 and 255.
Photo ©Terri O’Connell 2011, taken 25 Nov 2011.
John O’Connell is my great-great-grandfather, finding his place happened to be a lucky find for me when I was at Newberry Library about 1 year ago. I was searching through a folio of cemetery transcriptions for Washington County, NY, I was looking for my great-grandfather Dennis O’Connell, because I knew from his obituary in the St. Catherine’s Standard that he had been sent home to Hudson Falls for burial. When I found Dennis in the book, he was listed with 5 other O’Connell’s buried in St. Paul’s Cemetery in Hudson Falls, NY. I called the church the next day and confirmed that Dennis and John were both related to me (I did this through the wives they both had listed in their cemetery books). It took me about a year, but I finally made it to the cemetery and the surrounding area.
John O’Connell b.1858 m.(date unknown) Bridget Curran b. 1862 d. 1895
they had 7 children:
Harriet (Hattie) O’Connell b.1880 m. Fred Langdon/Langevin
Elizabeth O’Connell b. 1881 m. Frederick Daha
Dennis O’Connell b. 1883 m. Rose Springer
John O’Connell b. 1885 m. Beatrice (unknown last name)
Daniel O’Connell b. 1886 (not 100% on his line yet)
Catherine O’Connell b. 12 Dec 1887 m. William Pratt
Mary O’Connell b. 1893 m. WC Herring