On every trip we made from New Hampshire to Stamford, Connecticut to visit with Bill's family, we almost always visited his mother's family graves in St. John's Catholic Cemetery in nearby Darien.
The graves were all well looked after by the family and were decorated with flags, both cut and planted flowers, and always palm fronds at Easter.
Vincenzo, the father of the family...
Vincenzo's wife, Alesandra
Detail from Alexandra's headstone
With the exception of the married daughters--Rose, Frances, and Delia--the children of Vincenzo and Alesandra are buried with their parents:
Filippina, also known as Pucci
Detail from Phil's headstone
Gennaro, also known as Gene
Mary, who lived to be 97
Amalio, also known as Mario...
and Mario's wife, Adeline
Vincenzo and Alesandra Poccia
Coming soon: The graves of the married daughters (as soon as I get someone in Connecticut to take one more photo--probably not until spring when the snow is gone).