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Steve Harrison (#46893586)
 member for 8 years, 9 months, 6 days
Mike McQuaid
Richard Clyde Ensign (f.a.g. ref 37184918
As you know, he is buried in Hawarden, North Wales. Near to him is the grave of an Air Transport Auxilary :- First Officer Aaga Vademar Helstrup Laursen (f.a.g. ref 138464429 ). She was killed with him when their aircraft hit high ground in poor visibility. I hope the added info on her page is of use to you.

Added by Mike McQuaid on Nov 07, 2015 2:11 PM

Ger H
RE: Harold Curry
Thanks, Steve

We appreciate your help. Julie R has also agreed to help try to determine status of burial for Harold H Curry, about which we left a message for her and you at her Find-a-Grave webpage. Regards,
M.Jill & Gerry H

Added by Ger H on Oct 21, 2015 5:28 PM

RE: Addicott
Very glad I could do it on a nice day, too! -- Nancy

Added by NEaton on Oct 01, 2015 7:10 PM

Barry Foster
Eade 74130868
Thanks for the picture note. I don't know how I overlooked this one.

Added by Barry Foster on Sep 22, 2015 11:32 AM

Delores (Rinehart)Turner
RE: George Eade
I'm not sure why it had been marked as unable to locate. It was one of the first in the cemetery. The new Microsoft 10 has new features that allows cropping and updating the picture colors so they become readable. There were other buried markers by his stone that I did not dig out. Not sure if they are family memebers.

Added by Delores (Rinehart)Turner on Sep 22, 2015 7:46 AM

David Bell
RE: Manley and Eunice White
You're very welcome, Steve! It was no trouble - this is something I enjoy doing very much. Sorry that I couldn't locate a marker or stone for her, but it appears that many of the burials in Bellevue are without markers.

Added by David Bell on Sep 13, 2015 1:06 PM

Cathie Plaehn
Are you sure Stella and Chester Whittier are buried in Corinthian Cemetery in Farmington, MN? I have checked the cemetery map and walked the cemetery a couple of times but don't find them. Many other Whittiers, but not those two.

Added by Cathie Plaehn on Sep 08, 2015 3:38 PM

Diane Vinson-Childers
Sherman Justice
Hi Steve, Do you know the location of the Justice Cemetery at Peach Creek. The Cemetery at Peach Creek is located on Westwind Drive and McDonald which is the 2nd road on the right. The first road is Justice Street which goes up Peach Creek mountain. I have a photo posted of the Cemetery. It is pretty vertical on a hill and overgrown. We could not get in there to see anything and were afraid of snakes. No headstones were visible for the weeds. I'm not sure the amount of people that are suppose to be there is adequate for the size of the lot. There is a lot of confusion about if there is another one up the mountain and a coal mine. Do you know anything about Nathaniel Mullins and Jane Justice. They are suppose to be buried at Crooked Creek which is the next mountain beside Peach Creek. The cemetery is listed under Peach Creek Cemetery. Some call it Peach Creek-McDonald. The McDonald's are at McDonald-Crooked Creek. Very confusing. Any help would be appreciated. I believe Jane's father was John Justice. I can't think of her mother's name at the moment. I will have to look it up. Thanks, Diane

Added by Diane Vinson-Childers on Aug 30, 2015 10:31 PM

Maralyn Wilhite
Spurlock family
Hello Steve,

You are the keeper of my great grandmother's find a grave. I was wondering if the children's list on her grave site could be extended to include two children.

Annie Harlan Spurlock and her Husband Marshall Ney had 5 boys according to my family history from the Harlan Genealogy.

Thomas Franklin,b. 6-1-1869
Ernest Spurlock, b.11-25-1871
Marshall N .b. 3-3-1975
J. Wood b. 4-11-1879
DeWitt Clinton, AKA (Willilam Brevard) b. 1-29-1881

My Grandfather William went to live with the Harlans in Woodland after Annie passed and he was orphaned.

thank you!
Maralyn Wilbanks Wilhite

Added by Maralyn Wilhite on Aug 24, 2015 8:15 PM

RE: Earl Brodd
we always try to help every time we visit any cemetery

Added by ER on Aug 23, 2015 9:31 AM

Jennie Jones Giles
Jones Cemetery
Steve - Someone added a photograph taken by you to the Jones Cemetery in Mills River, Henderson County, N.C. The photograph appears to be an overall view of the Jones Cemetery at Sugarloaf.
Can you, as the photographer, remove the photograph from the cemetery in Mills River? If not, how do we go about getting it removed?
The Jones Cemetery in Mills River is actually a private individual's front lawn, neatly manicured and only a few feet from the front door to their house. It is definitely private property.
There are only three graves in the "cemetery," if it can still be called a cemetery. They have been placed flat on the ground so the lawnmower can go over them.
Any help getting the photograph will be greatly appreciated.

Added by Jennie Jones Giles on Jul 27, 2015 10:10 AM

Lynda Puakea
Camp Family
Aloha e Steve,
In fulfilling 2 of your photo requests today I found 7 more members of the Camp family... I recorded pages for them, added photos & transferred management to you. They are all in the Peace Lawn section of Hawaiian Memorial Park Cemetery and they are all together with the 2 whose photos you requested, but I only got exact plot info for Herbert & Charlotte. The cemetery office # is 808-233-4400, Iʻm sure they could help you get the rest of the plot information if you want it. The folks there are very nice & helpful. I see you also have some edits for Herbert & Charlotte... I donʻt know the person who posted the original pages... hope you get the edits corrected.

Lynda Puakea

Added by Lynda Puakea on Jul 22, 2015 6:56 PM

RE: Pratt
Glad to help out. Do you want me to find their obits for you?

Added by BjJ on Jun 23, 2015 4:37 PM

Jacki Klawonn
I noticed that a few years back, you may have been looking for some Pratts in Rosedale cemetery in Illinois.
I just came across some old obits and there was one for Hazel L. (Pratt) Brodd - Daughter of Earl and Anna Pratt.
I created a memorial for her in Rosedale.
I am planning on going up to Rosedale next week (weather permitting) to take some photos.
I was just wondering if you would like me to try to find her headstone and get a picture of it.
Or if you would like a copy of the obit, I will be more than happy to e-mail it to you.

Added by Jacki Klawonn on Jun 13, 2015 7:31 AM

Eleanor Morrison Lawson
Morrison, Hill, Lyda, Jones,Justus and many more
Steve thank you for your contributions to Find A Grave. You are helping so many people find their extended families and at the same time you are making it possible for people like me (because of age and health who can no longer visit cemeteries) be able to see their families' markers and gravesites. Thank you. I hope you won't mind my making copies of these photos for my family files on Ancestry and Family Tree Maker. I am trying very hard to get as much of my family history as I can on my files for my descendants and others connected to these same families to see their heritage. I have been on this journey since the 80's and in all that time have had a tremendous amount of help. Would you believe only two people our of over 200 have been less than gracious in extending help.
May God bless you in your endeavors to help other people.
Eleanor Morrison Lawson (

Added by Eleanor Morrison Lawson on Jun 12, 2015 2:44 PM

Hayden Reed Linville Trent
John Albert Nelson
I have posted a photo of John Albert Nelson's grave at the Willows Cemetery. Enjoy!

Added by Hayden Reed Linville Tren... on Jun 12, 2015 9:20 AM

Eleanor Morrison Lawson
Morrison, Hill, Lyda, Jones,Justus and many more
Steve, thank you so much for your service to others through your work with Find A Grave. It especially means a lot to me because I can no longer visit cemeteries as I once did because of age and health. I too have been working on my family genealogy for many long years. I now am trying desperately to get as much as I can on Ancestry and Family Tree Maker so that my descendants and others may know their heritage. I hope you won't mind my using copies of your photos for my family files. God bless you in your work and may you continue to help others for many years to come.
Eleanor Morrison Lawson

Added by Eleanor Morrison Lawson on Jun 02, 2015 3:54 PM

Tim Adams
RE: Emsley
Thank you Steve for the transfer of my wife's ancestors records and your wonderful support to Find a Grave.

God Bless!

Tim and Glenda Lamb-Adams

Added by Tim Adams on May 23, 2015 10:42 AM

Rita Wehunt-Black
Thank You So Much
I can't thank you enough for the speedy transfer of the memorial for my first cousin, Stowe Wehunt, in Henderson County, North Carolina.
Thank you for creating his memorial, and for all that you continue to do.

Added by Rita Wehunt-Black on May 14, 2015 1:14 PM

William Sharp
Re. Memorial No.76523549
I found on the Nevada Marriage Index 1951-2005 a Marian E. Garbrecht (Vester) m. James E Dixon 10 Feb 1961. California Divorce Index 1966-1984 shows that Jack E. Gibson divorced Marian E. Vester on Sep 1976.
This is a reply to your note on the Jack E Gibson memorial.

Added by William Sharp on Apr 21, 2015 3:22 PM

RE: Mollen
You are most welcome. It was my pleasure.

Added by Joy on Apr 13, 2015 4:08 PM

Joanna Cayford
cemetery cross-reference - Big Valley
I don't know how Find a Grave identifies cemeteries that have used more than one name. Big Valley Cemetery was also known as Valley Bethel Cemetery, and some of the graves were recorded under that name in printed materials. Currently there are two records in this database for that cemetery, based on publications.

Can you help create a cross-reference for Valley Bethel to Big Valley, or pass this on to someone who can? Thank you.

Added by Joanna Cayford on Apr 11, 2015 3:42 AM

RE: Albaugh
No problem at all. I am happy to help out.


Added by EricFox77 on Apr 06, 2015 5:26 PM

Sherry McRight Gorman
Your name was given to me by B. Pierson as looking for Gormans. My husband is a Gorman and Ive done lots of research on his line.
My first question has to be, are your Gormans Irish or German? My line came from County Limerick, Ireland about 1840s-1850s. The line was John and Catherine Bridgeman and they came to America with several sons. They are typical Irish Catholic names, James, John, Patrick. William.
They were in New York with some in Pensylvania and finally Missouri. Some eventually went to Colorado.
Im not aware of any in other places but its probable. If any of this sounds familar or you are interested, let me know.
Sherry McRight Gorman

Added by Sherry McRight Gorman on Apr 04, 2015 4:33 PM

B. Pierson
RE: Perrich
Would you like me to make up the memorials and then transfer or send you info to make memorials yourself. Bobby

Added by B. Pierson on Apr 04, 2015 12:48 PM


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