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KinFused (#46956297)
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lloker
RE: Edits
Find A Grave has changed the way they handle edits. Please go to your own Find A Grave page and select edits and then click on Accept. I have edits waiting for your attention. Regards, Lloker

Added by lloker on Jun 27, 2014 10:37 AM

Patricia (Patti) Joy Berndsen Jacko
Sarah Pankhurst
done
pj

Added by Patricia (Patti) Joy Bern... on Oct 02, 2013 5:22 PM

Patricia (Patti) Joy Berndsen Jacko
Elizabeth Pankhurst
done
pj

Added by Patricia (Patti) Joy Bern... on Aug 28, 2013 6:47 PM

Mark
Buna Gregory
I don't think you understand. I am asking for your help before I can claim your photo request. The online cemetery database does not list Buna as being buried in this cemetery. Do you have knowledge that positively confirms that she is? If so, what is the Addition/Section/Lot/Grave number? I will not claim the photo request if I have to search 15,000+ graves randomly. Regarding the duplicate virtual memorial, I have contacted the person who created both, and she has already removed one of them.
-- Mark

RE: Buna Gregory
Mark - that is kind of you to do the photo request. I am not sure, but for some reason she is listed twice at this cemetery. Her full name is Bunabel Gregory (maiden name is Bennett).
Added by KinFused on Jun 01, 2013 10:48 PM

Added by Mark on Jun 02, 2013 6:23 AM

Mark
Buna Gregory
I would like to claim your photo request for Buna Bennett Gregory, but Buna is not listed in the online database for the Altus Cemetery at www.cityofaltus.org. Do you know the burial location? Are you sure that this is the correct cemetery?

Added by Mark on Jun 01, 2013 8:32 PM

Iain MacFarlaine
Greetings from London!
Dear KinFused,

The good news is that Annie and George Pitt are buried together, and the serial number of their grave is 1/2/1219/P. P stands for Private; i.e., they weren't just slung into a pit with a dozen others; so, when I obtained that information from the cemetery office, I had every hope that I would be able to send you a picture of their tombstone.

The bad news is that they haven't got one.

Their grave is not far North of the Islington Chapel, and very near the intersection of Central Road and Stroud's Path. The office were kind enough to give me a photocopy of the plan of Section 1/2 and, if you would like to give me your E-Mail address, I'll scan this for you. Right on the intersection is the large grave of the Davey family; and, if you walk around the corner from that, you can see Lance Corporal Lees (Find a Grave Memorial 4658223) and his brother John (109936041). The Pitts are three graves along and one row in front of the brothers. There are five graves in that row and, from left to right, the names are: Taylor; Peek; Battyll; Pitt (No. 13341; I do not know the first name of whoever is buried there); and Pitt (No. 1219). Unfortunately, of those five, only two have gravestones. Both of them are so covered with ivy that the names are almost impossible to discern, but the name Taylor can just about be made out on the one on the left. From what I could see of the one next to it, the inscription is completely faded, but it must be Battyll, as it is too close to Taylor be a Pitt, but too far away to be Peek. After that, there is a large area of blank, empty space; but Annie and George must be underneath that.

I am uploading a picture of this, in which the two ivy-covered graves can be seen in the foreground; then, the blank, empty space; and, then, the white grave of the Lance Corporal.

What is even more annoying is that Harriet and Samuel Parks were buried in communal graves, so they certainly won't have a headstone; and, although I probably could find out where their sections are, the office has not kept a map of exactly where in each section the communal graves are, so I can't even send you a picture of the spot. They used to dig a hole and wait until they had about fifteen corpses, then covered it up, moved on to the next one, and forgot about them.

I can, at least, tell you the date on which they were buried, and their serial numbers:

Annie: 4th. June 1910, 1/2/1219/P
George: 30th. April 1891, 1/2/1219/P
Harriet: 7th. March 1874, V/2/7898
Sam: 18th. October 1884, S/3/11661.

By the way, you appear to have two identical memorials for Annie Marie (53390558 and 93729193), so you might like to delete one of those.

Better luck next time!

Iain.

Added by Iain MacFarlaine on May 04, 2013 4:46 PM

Keith W. Elston, MSgt, USAF (Ret)
Carrie Stevenson
I went to find her grave yesterday and found one I think is her's based on the information in the "Request Photo" area. Only difference is the name on the stone is Corrie and not Carrie. I've posted the photo to her memorial.

Added by Keith W. Elston, MSgt, US... on Oct 21, 2012 6:21 PM

Gary Bonney
Frederick Jame Parks correction
I made the correction for Harriet Louisa.
Regards
Gary

Added by Gary Bonney on Sep 21, 2012 8:21 PM

Keith W. Elston, MSgt, USAF (Ret)
RE: Stevensons
It was an honor taking the photos for you.

Added by Keith W. Elston, MSgt, US... on Jan 08, 2012 4:34 PM

Faith Lutheran Church ELCA
RE: Bleckers
Did you see I also added a record for Delia and a picture of the stone? I'm guessing that it was their daughter. She was buried next to them.

Added by Faith Lutheran Church ELC... on Jul 02, 2011 6:14 AM

Bev Poling
John Welty
I could not find a Heidelberg listed for York County, Pa. Sorry!
Bev

Added by Bev Poling on May 03, 2011 9:00 AM

David Lee Zellers
Bleckers Ogle Co., IL.
I can get those Bleckers at Paynes Point for you soon as spring comes... Pretty cold and yucky here now.. Hope all is well..

Added by David Lee Zellers on Jan 23, 2011 9:35 AM

JFI
Claude & Nettie Grow
Thank you so much for the wonderful photo of my great aunt and uncle's tombstone. The snow is a perfect setting. I appreciate it and thanks again.

Added by JFI on Dec 29, 2010 2:55 PM

Dear Cousin
RE: Joseph Welty
You're welcome. I also took a photo of Lucy's headstone if you want it. Gary

Added by Dear Cousin on Sep 02, 2010 9:02 AM

GPoppa
Tahoma Cemetery
Thank you for posting the photos of Russell family markers, your efforts are much appreciated.
Glenn Russell

Added by GPoppa on May 11, 2010 12:28 PM

Cindy Brisco Wheeler
Jane Wilson Stevenson Reed
Thank you for the additional information on Jane Wilson Stevenson Reed. I have made the update on her memorial site.

Kind regards,
Cindy

Added by Cindy Brisco Wheeler on Feb 14, 2010 8:32 PM

akemp
Hays and Schwartze
Thank you again for the wonderful photos, and for finding the lost ones,Andrea

Added by akemp on Dec 04, 2009 5:32 AM

Tim & Grace
LaBays in Tahoma Cemetery
Thank you for taking photos of the gravestones of Alex LaBay and his family buried in Tahoma Cemetery in Yakima. I have added a memorial for his granddaughter, Vena May LaBay.
Sincerely, Tim Cooper
Buckfield, Maine

Added by Tim & Grace on Dec 01, 2009 8:49 AM

Connie Edwards Thomilson
Your welcome
It was like 30 degrees today but I was more than Happy. It gave me some time to visit my grandpa who is buried there also.

God Bless,
Connie

Added by Connie Edwards Thomilson on Dec 31, 2008 3:17 PM

Kim
Thelma Pearl Baker photo question
May I sue this photo in my Genealogy research? I also publish my info online and would credit the photo to you.

Kim
http://web.mac.com/feja66/Site/Genealogy.html

Added by Kim on Nov 24, 2008 1:24 PM

God Bless .💕Sandra💕.
Zike --> Tacoma Cm WA
THANKS for the great headstone photos of my Zike cousins. Keep up the good work

Added by God Bless .💕San... on Nov 22, 2008 5:29 PM

Kim
Thelma Pearl Baker photo
Thank you so much for the photo!!!

Kim

Added by Kim on Nov 22, 2008 1:28 PM

Emily
Dodgion
Thank you very much.
Emily

Added by Emily on Jun 02, 2008 10:37 PM

April (Killion) Hodges
lonnie killion
thank you so much for all your help. bless you and your family. MWAH!

Added by April (Killion) Hodges on Jun 02, 2008 7:56 PM

DeMaster
Tahoma Cemetery - Thanks
Thank you for attempting to locate Gilbert Boatwright, a member of our ancestral tree. I did not have the plot information, so that is helpful. Also, thanks for posting the photo of the area that he is supposedly buried in. It's possible that he was buried and never given a headstone... an unfortunate occurrance that takes place far too often. If nothing else, we have the photo. Thanks again.

Added by DeMaster on May 20, 2008 9:03 AM

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