I recently went on a vacation trip with my husband to New Orleans. I wanted to see if I could find my gggrandmother's grave. Her name was Marie Julie (Deloye) Antony by her first marriage, and she remarried 18 months after her first husband's death to Davide Merola. This did not sit well with her eldest daughter, Mathilde, who had married a man named Pizzini in New Orleans. Marie Julie's youngest daughter, my ggrandmother, Julie (Antony) Wooten, died on Christmas Day at age 25 in Memphis, and left 5 young children. Marie Julie was on her way to Memphis to help take charge of the children, but died suddenly on arrival at the train station in Memphis. Mathilde insisted she be returned for burial to New Orleans, though my ggrandfather had planned to bury her next to her second husband, who had died and was buried in Memphis. I imagine he was not in a position, what with his wife's death only three days earlier, to object. So Marie Julie was sent to New Orleans. Mathilde buried her in the Pizzini family tomb at Greenwood Cemetery, but NEVER marked her mother's name on it. I had heard she was buried there, but could only find the Pizzini tomb, and no evidence for a Marie Julie Antony or Merola. A check with the computer records at the funeral home on the grounds showed that Marie Julie was buried there, in the Pizzini tomb, as "Julia Merola, age 62, 29 Dec 1901". I can only assume Mathilde wanted Marie Julie's resting place to be anonymous, as her father-in-law's burial a year later is inscribed on the tomb, as are three of Mathilde's children, her husband, and last, herself. Marie Julie's two Merola daughters were given no say in their mother's burial, either. I'm just glad I found her, and can let the family know where she is.