I originally spoke about Concetta (or Coucetta) Pagano here. She was a missing "child" located through my Pagano family research. Originally, I found her no where but on a potential family ship manifest. Later, through Family Search, I was able to locate the Pagano family in the 1905 New York census. Concetta is living with her brother Philip and family and is a chair caner.
website I was able to find marriages for several Concetta Paganos, but I had no idea which one was "my" Concetta. This was not husband's direct line so I moved the research to a back burner.
Now fast forward to a couple of days ago. I made the realization that I did not have a photograph of the headstone of my husband's great-great grandparents, Salvatore and Maria Rosa Pagano. I had sent a request to Calvary Cemetery in New York for more information but the cost of documentation for the Pagano plot was $95. More than I was willing to spend. However, they did send me the plot location. When I first discovered their burial information via their death certificates, I created a memorial for them on FindAGrave, but I never added the additional information I received from the cemetery. A few days ago I added the plot and requested a photo. Within a day I had a photo of their headstone: