|George Seitz||Judge Thomas Roane Barnes Wright|
I photographed his portrait that hangs in the Essex courthouse. I thought you would like to see the addition. Seasons Greetings!
Added by George Seitz on Dec 20, 2013 12:42 PM
|Barry Michie||Shatto Memorials In Willow Cemetery|
Thanks so much for transferring the 3 Shatto memorials in Willow Cemetery to me... much appreciated.
I have made the edits and links to develop them already.
Wishing you all the best and take good care, Barry
Added by Barry Michie on Aug 13, 2013 1:42 PM
|Robert Carmody||Gerald Kane|
The cemetery description in this site for "Our Mother of Sorrows" is very misleading because it focuses on the plight of "Saint Thomas Cemetery".
Actually, Our Mother of Sorrows is very well maintained and administerd and is beautiful. The small section of where Saint Thomas remains were moved to, even if unmarked would be very well documented and the staff would easily answer any questions.
Rest assured that your familys markers and plots are very well cared for and it was pleasure and no problem taking these photos. I included the photo of Sylvia and Dolores if you want to create memorials for them and can also upload an additional photo showing the twom family markers together. Feel free to use the photos for any purpose I have uploaded for your family.
Added by Robert Carmody on Aug 21, 2011 1:04 PM
|Ralph Brown||Weise in Willow|
Thank you very much and welcome to Find A Grave.Great photo, and I do appreciate your time and promptness.
Added by Ralph Brown on Aug 19, 2011 8:11 PM
|Scott Shatto||Shattos in Willow Cemetery|
Thank you for the photos for Henry Shatto in Willow Cemetery. Ans also for creating memorials for his parents. I added them to his family links.
Do you know if the forth stone is for Henry's sister Ruby Shatto born circa 1879?
Added by Scott Shatto on Aug 19, 2011 1:10 PM
|wmpr2||Back of Headstone|
Did you know that there are two more people listed on the back of the stone?
John P "Jackie" Cunningham & Donna Jean Pfalzgraff
Added by wmpr2 on Jul 05, 2011 11:41 AM
I have added pics to Max and Alice Hill in Mount Olivet. No insult meant to the pics you added, I only wanted to show how well the site is tended. Please change the order of the pics to give their photos top billing where they should be.
Happy Tree Building,
Added by wmpr2 on Jul 05, 2011 10:55 AM
|Cathy ||Henriquetta Martins Miranda|
I see a picture of her headstone and wondered how you might be related to her. She is my great great grand aunt. Cathy Feliciano Albertifirstname.lastname@example.org
Added by Cathy on Mar 16, 2011 1:41 AM
|Mimi Allen||RE: Charles Hill|
I'm glad I could help. Of course, you may use the photo I took elsewhere.
Have a terrific holiday weekend:)
Added by Mimi Allen on Sep 04, 2010 4:19 PM
|Marnie Weeks||RE: Lau Chong|
Thanks for all your help with additional information, but I think this stone, if still there, will be very difficult to find. Probably less than 20% chance of anyone locating it without specific location info. Much of the cemetery is inaccessible and many stones broken or missing. Yes, I can read the Chinese characters, so that was not a problem. I had to give up the claim because time had run out, but also I had to face reality. If you want to send me your email address (I'm at email@example.com - take out the nospam-) I can send you some images of the cemetery for your own use in lieu of the specific stone. About 100 chickens live there. :)
Added by Marnie Weeks on Jul 11, 2010 9:13 PM
|Marnie Weeks||Lau Chong|
PS. Any descendants of Lau Chong still in Hawaii?
Added by Marnie Weeks on Jul 03, 2010 4:53 PM
|Marnie Weeks||Lau Chong|
Aloha. I am looking for your great-grandfather's grave. I have walked it once, but no luck yet. The cemetery is a mess with many broken and missing headstones, and much of it is inaccessible due to overgrowth. It is on a big hill and parts are trecherous to walk. The Ket On Society has no records and no contact with anyone who may have attempted to document the cemetery. I am able to read the Chinese characters for Lau Chong, but any addl info you can give will help. Lau is the surname, right? I'm looking in old newspapers and census listings, etc. for clues. What was his wife's name? Where did they live -- island, district, town? What was his occupation and do you know any stories about him? Was he rich or poor -- some graves are huge crypts, others handmade stones. Any clues will help and I would like to do what I can. Mahalo.
Added by Marnie Weeks on Jul 03, 2010 4:52 PM
|Susan Faught||RE: Edmond/Edmund Kane|
You are welcome. Just out of curiousity, where in the cemetery is he buried?
Added by Susan Faught on Jul 18, 2009 3:18 PM
|Dale Clawson||RE: Edmond/Edmund Kane|
I have been trying to get information from the office at Oak Mound Cemetery for a while now. I finally found out how they keep their records so I can tell them where to look. The information they have is very limited, on a 3 x 5 card but they do have the copies of the original note books. It was interesting trying to find his grave.
Added by Dale Clawson on Jul 18, 2009 11:55 AM
|Kathy Rogers||RE: Thank you!|
You are very welcome. Glad I could help.
Added by Kathy Rogers on Jul 10, 2009 9:35 AM
|George Seitz||Thomas Roane Barnes Wright|
Hi! - I updated his bio. :)
Added by George Seitz on Apr 08, 2009 1:31 PM
It's great to find friends at Find A Grave!
Added by Kathryn Doyle on Sep 12, 2008 6:33 PM
Hey - fancy meeting you here! I've added you to my friends list. If you ever need any photos in SoCal, let me know!
Added by EMarie on Sep 09, 2008 10:48 AM
|Carole St Clair Grant||Kane family, McCormick Family|
I was at Mt Olivet today to take your request pictures. Unfortunately after I received the cemetery print-out, it started to rain heavily. However as a start, buried in the Kane family Lot N Block 103 Section 22 is Julia Kane interred on 12/04/1916; James Kane interred on 06/21/1912; Herbert Kane interred on 01/04/1926; James Kane interred on 12/01/1901 and Herbert Kane interred on 09/04/1904. There are TWO James and TWO Herberts.
McCormick family in Lot S Block 102 Section 22 is Matthew McCormick interred on 02/25/1911; Mary K. McCormick interred on 11/16/1901 and Marcus E. McCormick interred on 12/05/1901.
I will go back in a day or two to get photos for you. Carole Grant
Added by Carole St Clair Grant on Sep 08, 2008 2:45 PM
|James M. Trendel||Hobert|
I was glad that I could do it for you.
Added by James M. Trendel on Mar 14, 2008 1:58 PM