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“End? No, the journey doesn't end here. Death is just another path, one that we all must take. The grey rain-curtain of this world rolls back, and all turns to silver glass, and then you see it.” - J.R.R. Tolkien
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Mary (Nemeth) Toth, 1884-1975 ...and...  daughter Helen (Toth) Selic Beaudry, 1903-1993

Mary (Nemeth) Toth, 1884-1975 ...and... daughter Helen (Toth) Selic Beaudry, 1903-1993

St. Patrick's Old Cathedral Churchyard, New York, New York

St. Patrick's Old Cathedral Churchyard, New York, New York

Frank McCue survived infancy during the Irish famine yet died on October 15, 1899 at the age of 52 after suffering from Pulmonary Tuberculosis for four months. He is buried alongside family members (including his wife Catherine) in Calvary Cemetery, Waltham, Massachusetts.

Frank McCue survived infancy during the Irish famine yet died on October 15, 1899 at the age of 52 after suffering from Pulmonary Tuberculosis for four months. He is buried alongside family members (including his wife Catherine) in Calvary Cemetery, Waltham, Massachusetts.

Thomas Cowy, 1840-1899

Thomas Cowy, 1840-1899

Catherine (Rogers) McCue, d. 1929

Catherine (Rogers) McCue, d. 1929

Baby Stephen, 1932-1934, and his father Stephen F. Toth, 1904-1982

Baby Stephen, 1932-1934, and his father Stephen F. Toth, 1904-1982

Kasmir Ulaky, 1922-2006

Kasmir Ulaky, 1922-2006

Bence family of Legrad, Croatia: Stjepan, Magdalena, Stjepan, Ana, and Adam

Bence family of Legrad, Croatia: Stjepan, Magdalena, Stjepan, Ana, and Adam

"G is for Grammy's Gravestone" - the final resting place of the Ujlaky family of Staten Island, New York

"G is for Grammy's Gravestone" - the final resting place of the Ujlaky family of Staten Island, New York

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