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St. Thomas Cemetery
West Springfield, Hampden County, Massachusetts

GPS: 42.110170, -72.638951

This is not a complete listing of burials! The records below were provided by contributors to Cemetery Records Online. Total records = 16.

Contributor's Index:

Baranowski, Frank, b. 1861, d. 1941, h/o Mary Wisnewska, Wisniewski, [LL]
Baranowski, Mary, b. 1885, d. 1953, wife of Frank Baranowski, maiden name: Wisnewska, Wisniewski), [LL]
Brueno, John J., b. 1 Jun 1894, d. 4 Mar 1943, Pvt US Army WW1 CO A 514 Engrs, [LL]
Bruneau, Eva, b. 20 Mar 1896, d. 3 Aug 1910, dau of William and Mary Ann Bruneau, [LL]
Bruneau, Minnie, b. 20 Jan 1899, d. 1 Apr 1910, dau of William and Mary Ann Bruneau, [LL]
Bruneo, Alfred J. Jr, b. 16 Aug 1930, d. 16 Aug 1930, son of Alfred and Agnes Brueno, [LL]
Bruno, Charles, b. 15 Oct 1871, d. 29 Dec 1943, [LL]
Bruno, Mary Ann, b. 1864, d. 1939, wife of William Bruno (Brueno, Bruneau), [LL]
Bruno, William, b. 1861, d. 1931, husb of Mary Ann Bruno (Brueno, Bruneau), [LL]
Fortini, Leon, b. 1885, d. 1966, [GM]
Fortini, Vanestta (Taddia), b. 1882, d. 1958, [GM]
Gauthier, Emile J, b. Mar 21, 1908, Manchester, Hillsborough CO., NH. d. Feb 28, 1987, [MW]
Gauthier, Florence Mary (Nadeau), b. Nov 23, 1925, Agawam, Hampden Co., MA., d. Mar 29, 1978, Westfield, Hampden Co., MA, d/o Edward & Anna May (Carlson) Nadeau, w/o Emile J Gauthier, [MW]
Landry, Angela, b. 24 Mar 1847, d. 17 Oct 1927, wife of John Bruno, [LL]
Nadeau, Edward Henry, b.Oct 01, 1901, North Agawam, Hampden, Co., MA. d. Mar 25, 1926, Agawam, Hampden Co., MA., s/o Henry Joseph & Stephania (Desforge) Nadeau, h/o Anna May Carlson, [MW]
Shaw, Yolanda R. (Fortini), b. 1909, d. 1983, [GM]

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