|The Ancestor Hunter||RE: ROMA HANNEMAN|
William was from an earlier generation and someone I never met. The info shown on findagrave is what I have from the family and online.
A quick check I just did shows that for a small fee you can find Roma's death certificate online at
If you do get Roma's maiden name I'd like to add it to her memorial.
Added by The Ancestor Hunter on Jan 16, 2014 11:18 AM
|runner9||Cleveland Calvary Request|
Just a friendly mid June reminder that we need plot info to fill your Cleveland Calvary request(s). We have less than 500 requests left but plot info for only 6% of those, having already filled the rest with plot info. We can't ask for plot info for more than 3 requests per week. Please call (216) 641-7575 and obtain plot info. We'd really appreciate it and will fill your request(s) soon after getting plot info. Thank you!
Added by runner9 on Jun 14, 2013 5:53 PM
Not trying to nag, just FYI that we've cleared over 250 requests this spring and now have 600 requests—fewer than there were in June, 2012. We'd be happy to clear your request(s) but some/all do not have plot information. Please call (216) 641-7575 and obtain plot information. We most likely already have a plot map but will let you know once we have plot info if we also need a map. Thanks!
Added by runner9 on May 15, 2013 6:02 PM
You've put in request(s) at Calvary in Cleveland. Several of us are working to clear the more than 750 requests. With 400,000 burials and 300 acres, if you could please obtain plot information AND a plot map one of us will be more likely to be able to fill the request, as the office will only give out a little information to each person. The office phone number is (216) 641-7575. On my page I have the plot maps listed that we already have.
You can try to tell them you'll be visiting when they're closed, etc. So far everyone who's called has been successful in having a map mailed. If you get one let me know and I'll give you my e-mail address. With thousands of graves per section a plot map would be VERY helpful. Without plot information it's basically impossible.
Added by runner9 on Jan 16, 2013 5:57 PM
|BARBARA DIGGES||RE: The Palmer Stones!|
You're most welcome-my pleasure. This cemetery is well maintained. I see groundskeepers every time I'm there. Even if family isn't able to visit the plots, the cemetery does a good job of taking care of all of the grave sites.
Added by BARBARA DIGGES on Jan 25, 2012 9:38 AM
|Mark & Liz Clayton||RE: Charles L. Beam|
I am not a relative but have a special place in my heart for veterans and their families. I can add a hype link to your dad's memorial and wold love to link Joey as well if you know where he is either buried or honored. I would love to include a paragraph in his bio with whatever info you have and links to his brothers in arms... Hopefully someday his family will find it and get in touch... That's why we do this anyway but I'm sure your message would mean even more!
Added by Mark & Liz Clayton on Nov 08, 2011 8:45 PM
|Len Thomas||Luther Loucks|
Would you please add to (40849833) that he was a veteran:
Pvt., 157 New York Infantry, Company G-Civil War
Added by Len Thomas on Mar 17, 2011 8:54 PM
|Yankee Magnolia||RE: Oliver Draper|
The photographs have been sent to your email address. Please let me know if you do not receive them.
Added by Yankee Magnolia on Oct 07, 2010 12:17 PM
|Yankee Magnolia||Oliver Draper|
Hi. Just thought I would let you know that since the time Oliver Draper's marker was photographed in 2006, it has split in half. The top portion has broken off and is leaning up against the back of his wife Polly's marker. I have a photograph if you would like to see it.
Regards ... Sharon
Added by Yankee Magnolia on Oct 05, 2010 5:55 PM
|Marilyn Posthumus Clark||RE: Prybilski Photo|
You're very welcome, Lynn. I also found a military marker for John Prebilski nearby, and added his memorial & photo. Maybe he's a relative?
Added by Marilyn Posthumus Clark on Nov 02, 2009 8:46 AM
|Desert Wind||Annie Monahan|
Hi Lynn--Will do. Have to work during the week, so it will not be until the weekend when I can get there when the lighting is right in the morning for the photo. Take care--Laurel
Added by Desert Wind on Jan 06, 2009 5:59 PM
|Desert Wind||Stoddard Family at Evergreen Alameda|
Yes, you used the message option correctly. Most members don't mind being contacted directly via e-mail, I don't, but it helps to mention Find A Grave or that you are a member up front. It helps eliminate any confusion :)
Stoddard, Stubbs, and James Monohan all appear to be buried together. They are all in Section C.
To confirm this, I will have to look at my original files for this section to see exactly where they are in relation to each other. I completed this entire section so either 1) She is not in this section. 2) Her marker might be one of the damaged ones I photographed but could not figure out who they were. I will look tonight at my files and get back to you.
If she is not in this section, she may be in an area I have not worked on yet. I am only about 1/4 done with this cemetery. But if I at least know the section, I can usually find the marker.
In the meantime, If you have Annie's death certificate and it says that she is buried at Evergreen Alameda, go ahead and create her memorial on this website under that cemetery. Then yes, you will need to call back those "wonderful" folks at the cemetery to try and get the plot information. While you have them, ask them for James's plot info also just to see if they are supposed to be next to each other. You might have to spell out the name to make sure they have it correct.
Added by Desert Wind on Jan 06, 2009 2:14 PM