St. Michael's Historic Cemetery is located in downtown Pensacola Florida and dates back
to the early days of the city.
St. Michael's Catholic Church was dedicated on June 1886. Architect Charles Overman designed the building
and contractor John F. Kehoe, both of Pensacola, constructed the church. Former pastor Father Blaasen donated the church
Edward Thomas Dunn Family Crypt
John Connolly, father of Edward Thomas Dunn's wife Mary Frances Connally, is buried in the above Dunn Crypt as noted
by the inscription of his name that appears inside. There is no record of his wife being in Pensacola so she likely
died before he came there. However, two additional daughters did come with him to Pensacola and one, Anna "Annie" Ida
Connolly is buried in St. Michael's Cemetery with her husband John Joseph McGuire and an infant child.
Ada Quigley, Edward Dunn's second wife was buried alongside her parents in St. Michael's Cemetery in Pensacola.
Below is a plat of the northern portion of the St. Michael's Cemetery in Pensacola, FL showing the location
of the known graves of relatives of Maude Dunn Williams.
The box below has pictures of most of the Dunn family graves in the historic St. Michael's cemetery
in downtown Pensacola. Just click on the arrows to move through the photos forward or back. Clicking on the small square
in the bottom right of the box will allow you to view the photos in full screen mode. I took these photos in 2006.
Dunns in Pensacola Cemetery by Larry Feldhaus
This link brings up an interactive viewer that allows one to click on any grave stone or monument in the St. Michael's Cemetery
and view a pop-up of the information available about the person or persons buried there.
In 1937 a listing was compiled of all the burials in St. Michael's Cemetery. Clicking on this link will open an Adobe Acrobat
file with all of those listing.
In 1937 a listing was compiled of all the burials in St. Michael's Cemetery. The file is shown below:
St Michaels Bu Riels 1937 Listing by Larry Feldhaus