|Karen Horniman||Alice Boyd Green|
A year or so ago I was contacted by the family of Will Green. They had seen my information on Ancestry.com and contacted me. Posted his obit. showing that the dates on his headstone, and place he was buried were the same but his obit made no mention of his ever having been married. After talking to two other Boyd family members they said that no one had mentioned a marriage for her either. I now believe that "Green" was her middle name and was just done wrong on the headstone. Don't know how or if you want to change this.
Added by Karen Horniman on Jul 26, 2015 9:41 AM
|Sandy McClay||James M Sealy|
Hi I have a question my tree named Albert James Clark. had a daughter named Elvira/Alvira Clark. found this while looking for name:
19 Sep 1871
Albert J. Clark
I do not marriage...can you help?
Added by Sandy McClay on Jul 21, 2015 6:35 PM
|CAROL ACOSTA||Robert Mann - 55834119|
Robert Mann was in the War of 1812 - I have documentation from Ancestry for this - I was wondering do you know if he has a marker for this? I couldn't see one in the picture of his headstone - I can request it if he doesn't - he would be my 5 gr grandfather my line then goes to his son Samuel -
Looking forward to hearing from you -
Added by CAROL ACOSTA on Jan 29, 2014 12:29 PM
|Michelle||William C Hudnall|
I'm looking for his burial place and anything else you can offer information/picture wise. I found your name on his second wife's information.
Added by Michelle on Nov 12, 2013 3:53 PM
|jerseygirl||RE: Death Indexes Online|
Thanks for the website, I will check it out! Pam
Added by jerseygirl on Jul 26, 2011 2:59 PM
|jerseygirl||RE: Raymond Betz|
Thank you! Pam
Added by jerseygirl on Jul 26, 2011 2:58 PM
Don't know if I asked you this or not, but would you mind if I copied the headstone pic you took for this memorial? Thanks, Pam
Added by jerseygirl on Jul 25, 2011 11:50 PM
|jerseygirl||RE: Raymond Betz|
Yes, that would be great! Thank you so much!! Pam
Added by jerseygirl on May 09, 2011 2:54 PM
Hi, finally got the plot number for my cousin from Sylvan Abbey cemetary: Apostles K210-4. Please do the photo request at your earliest convenience. Thanks!
Added by jerseygirl on May 09, 2011 2:10 AM
|Jeanette Hart Lynn||RE: Roehlig Family|
THANK YOU!! I will order it tonight.
Added by Jeanette Hart Lynn on Mar 10, 2011 6:20 PM
|Jeanette Hart Lynn||RE: Roehlig Family|
No, I do not have that book. Would it be possible to buy a copy somewhere?
Added by Jeanette Hart Lynn on Mar 10, 2011 5:17 PM
|Jeanette Hart Lynn||Roehlig Family|
I am researching my husbands family from Germany. Are you a Roehlig? Bremen is near Osnabruck where my husband lived and we visit. If you can be of help, please contact me.
Jeanette L. Rohlig
Added by Jeanette Hart Lynn on Mar 08, 2011 11:15 AM
|Judy Fuss||Infant daughter|
Infant daughter of J.A. and M. E. Short., b. 29 Jul 1874, d. Nov 4 1874. Could you please tell me where you found these dates? Thank you.
Added by Judy Fuss on Feb 27, 2011 8:16 PM
I visited the plot given for Mary's burial site and sadly there were not very many stones and not one for Mary. The owner of the plot was listed as "Old womans home". It was in a quiet, pretty section of the cemetery.
Added by Gail K on Aug 25, 2010 8:54 PM
|Irene Dowling||RE: Many Thanks!|
No problem, I'm glad to do it. Irene
Added by Irene Dowling on Aug 13, 2010 9:58 PM
|Doug the bug||Confederate Mound Oak Woods|
Just to let you know that the original cemetery was moved to get it away from the water table. The remains were split between three cemeteries. Oak Woods received those from the confederacy and some unknown union soldiers. The other two were Waldheim and Forest home cememtey in Cook County. So that is a quick nutshell is what happened.
Doug "the bug" Powell
Added by Doug the bug on Aug 08, 2010 10:41 AM
|Tricia Partridge||RE: Franey GRANTHAM|
Thank you for the photos and the info.
Added by Tricia Partridge on Aug 03, 2010 3:49 PM
|Gail K||RE: Howard Taylor|
I photographed the entire space where the Taylor space was located, as you had it listed. There was an unmarked long stone in the space as you can see in the back of the space, large enough to mark 2 or 3 plots. I was happy to photograph the space. Mt Olivet is a beautiful cemetery.
Added by Gail K on Jul 29, 2010 7:16 PM
|CB||Letting you know........|
I just wanted to let you know that I have not had an opportunity to go to Mt. Olivet to take the photos we talked about...and probably won't be able to go for some time. My basement was flooded with 3 1/2 feet of water last Sunday and it will be a long time before this process of clean-up is over. The 1 1/2 weeks prior to this happening I was trying to stay with and help my parents as much as possible as they both were ailing.
Anyway, it will be a while before I get to Mt. Olivet again. Maybe someone else will fill your requests since you have the plot locations on your requests which is a tremendous help in finding a plot in a cemetery that size.
Added by CB on May 08, 2010 3:25 AM
|Judy Fuss||William Alexander|
The full names of William Alexander Short's parents are:
John Nicholas Short II
Sarah Ann Skillman
Added by Judy Fuss on May 01, 2010 6:49 PM
|Judith A Shelley||RE: Not Pinellas County|
To J Johnson,
This is the address I Hace sending full discription.
Willard Eugene Higgins
SSGT US AIR FORCE WORLD WAR II
Cemetery: Barrancas National Cemetery
Naval Air Station,
80 Hovey Road Pensacola
Burried At: Section30 Site 627
Found it in U.S. Veterans Gravesites,Ca.1775-2006
Thank You Judith Shelley
Added by Judith A Shelley on Apr 17, 2010 1:38 PM
I transferred Oakley Hudnall, Grace Hunt and Laura Badacour to you. I said I was going to hold on to Laura's page for a while but decided I would rather someone in her family have it. That way, you can add whatever information you have to the page. Feel free to delete what I have in the bio section and fix it however you want it to be.
I will look for your family in the lot where Laura is interred the next time I get out to Mt. Olivet. You mentioning the name Taylor will help me find it. There are two Lot 7's in Section 2. One has no name on it on the map but the other says Taylor so this will save me some search time. Thanks!
I have looked for Mary Bosworth in Section 9 and didn't find a stone. I don't think there were more than 4 or 5 in the whole area. Don't delete your request, though. There was one stone in the area that I couldn't read but maybe the inscription will appear one day if the sun hits it just right and I'm lucky enough to be there when it does. The Old Woman's Home lot in Section 9 is in a large area with very few stones. There are other lots bordering it and near it such as House of Good Shepherd, Orphan's Home, Relief Society and others like that. It's hard to tell where one ends and another begins so I didn't photograph the area.
I appreciate your kind comments on my efforts. I have added very few pages compared to many others but, you are right, it's time-consuming as you have found it to be also through your own hard work.
I'm not sure when I'll get out to Mt. Olivet again – maybe next week. I'll let you know what I find.
Added by CB on Apr 14, 2010 6:46 AM
You're welcome - glad I could find the markers for you.
Would you like to have the pages for Grace Hunt and Oakley Hudnall? I will transfer them if you want them.
I'd like to keep Laura Badacour for a while to see if I can find a stone for her. I have the lot where she is interred marked on my Section map but don't think I have looked for her plot yet. If I find her (or determine she has no marker) I will transfer that one to you, too.
There was some Holt's and a lady named Myrtle Cummings Tune in the area of your Hudnall family members, too. Are any of those your family? I haven't added photos for those as yet.
Added by CB on Apr 14, 2010 2:49 AM
|MaDonna Sharp||Wesley Brown|
No I don't need a photo. How can I delete that request?
Added by MaDonna Sharp on Oct 01, 2009 6:31 PM
|Joyce Williams||McCord Cemetery|
We're just starting to get word out about the efforts to restore McCord Cemetery. I had the chance to see it in person for the first time last August and it's in a sad state. It's not beyond recovery though! We're first going to clear out the weeds and brambles and then try to recover and reset toppled headstones. Please help us spread the word to anyone from the genealogy community who has ancestors buried there. We're seeking all kinds of help: hands-on volunteers, fundraising, financial contributions and simple moral support! Any information about the geograhical layout of the headstones would enable us to put stones back where they belong.
Thanks for your encouragement. This is my first effort at something like this, so I'm crossing my fingers that it goes well!
Added by Joyce Williams on Sep 14, 2009 3:17 PM