Patrick - It is so nice to hear from you. I would like to think that Murpy St. Cem. - or the Catholic Cem. is an important part of Lima's history. I too, believe that I have some family - both sides in fact - that were moved from there. And, yes, "interment" is the phrase that I found on the papers from Gesemethe. Since these papers are VERY old - like within the first year of opening, I am anxious to know where they came from. Could you tell me the names that you are associated with - proven or not - sure would be curious if we overlap at all. I still have family in Lima, and while it has changed - I still have strong feelings for it.In the "old" days the Irish stuck with the Irish, and what the Italian with the Italian - guess that is how Lima wound up with 4 catholic Churches!Of course of couple of them are "newer" but still amazing. Please e mail me directly if you would like. Karen Anne
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