|Kenneth Brown||RE: Parley Brown|
I didn't have much time to look, but will try again when I get the chance. The median is a few hundred feet wide at the point where the GPS coordinates for the "cemetery" are given. I didn't have my handheld GPS with me and had to guess at the exact spot. Some of the area is heavily overgrown - it's possible a marker of some kind is hidden in there.
I imagine there was some reason for that location being given as a cemetery, but I don't see any way of finding out who created the listing to ask about it. Perhaps you know of a way.
By the way, it's most likely a coincidence that my last name is also Brown. (Dr. Lewis H. Brown, the first Brown in my family (that I know of)in this county, arrived many, many years after the war.)
I'm rather familiar with the general history and especially the cemeteries of this area. Feel free to ask me about anything that may be of help to you.
Added by Kenneth Brown on Jun 19, 2012 1:38 PM
|macso||RE: Find A Grave Memorial# 58082538 Florence King|
Transfer is complete. Glad I could find a relative for you. Chris
Added by macso on May 08, 2012 8:08 AM
Denise -- Thank you so much for all you have done regarding the photographing of the Weedin family headstones. Your work is certainly appreciated.
Added by Anonymous on Sep 29, 2011 7:13 AM
|Brenda Sunday||RE: John and Mary Ann Brown|
You are very welcome!
Added by Brenda Sunday on Jul 01, 2011 5:32 AM
|Washington State Cemetery Association||RE: Minnie A Nichols|
I transferred Minnie to you. You are related, even if distantly, and I'm not related at all. She should be with family! Let me know if you find any others. You can always pass them on to closer family if someone speaks up down the line.
Added by Washington State Cemetery... on Apr 20, 2011 2:37 AM
|Washington State Cemetery Association||37909267|
Is Minnie Nichols in the Dayton City Cemetery family of yours? I noticed you posted a photo of her. I'd be happy to transfer her memorial.
Added by Washington State Cemetery... on Apr 19, 2011 1:14 PM
|Chloe||Serenus & Mary Farrington|
You are very welcome! I sent you more info. on Serenus and Mary - as well as for their grandson, Sernus Howard Farrington. Are you family?
Thank you for posting...
Added by Chloe on Feb 17, 2011 7:23 AM
|Dennis A. Fabian||RE: Miller Cemetery / Lindsay|
You're welcome! And yes, it is in bad shape. There is no access road to it, so you have to wait until the crops come off the field to walk the 200 yards back there. One good thing though... because of your photo request, I was able to rescue a civil war veterans headstone that I found by tripping over it! Only a small area of the top corner was exposed. Another year or two and it would have been lost forever! Welcome back, James L. McCafferty, Co. D, 82nd Ohio Volunteer Infantry.
On behalf of James, Thanks for your request!
Added by Dennis A. Fabian on Nov 09, 2010 8:35 PM
|Harley Hoover||Miller Cemetery|
This is an older run down cemetery in the middle of a farmer's field. It is about 200 yards from the road. It seems as though all the Lindsay headstones are in that one location of the cemetery. All but one of the Lindsay stones are toppled over. The picture(s) that I have on the web site pretty much tell the story. When find a grave puts up my Miller Cemetery photo up, read the caption I put for it...Regards-Harley
Added by Harley Hoover on Oct 23, 2010 11:14 PM
|Law-Miller Roots||RE: Malissa Jane Chandled Lindsay|
You're welcome, I was glad to help out. I've updated the photo captions and also posted photos to memorials for the others buried in the same Section/Lot. Sorry to find there wasn't a tombstone for her, so I used the pink flower to mark her spot. Glad I rememberd to put that in my "graving" kit. :-)
Best Regards ~ Marilyn
Added by Law-Miller Roots on Oct 16, 2010 12:27 AM
Your welcome. Sorry I wasn't fast enough to claim your request, but I'm sure Mr. Newman will be out at the cemetery early next week to take your photo. He is very efficient.
Added by macso on Aug 22, 2010 1:24 PM
I wanted to let you know that it is very hard for volunteers to get grave information from this cemetery due to it's size and it is a very very busy active cemetery. If you are able to call them at 714-893-2421 and request grave location, and then post the information on your request, you will help the volunteers that go to this cemetery immensely. We are able to find the graves without bother the office if you have a location. Otherwise, they only let use request one name at a time.
Added by macso on Aug 20, 2010 12:40 AM
|Ann Wobschall||RE: photo request for Alvah and Ross McDougall|
Your welcome for the pictures
Added by Ann Wobschall on Jul 15, 2010 10:41 AM
|Alisa McMahon||RE: photo request for Lucy Conaway|
Glad I could help!
Added by Alisa McMahon on Jun 30, 2010 8:15 PM
|Ann||RE: Dayton City Cemetery|
I was glad to see that you added more names to the list. Since the weather is so perfect now, I'd like to get as many photos as I can on each trip. The cemetery is beautiful, quiet and serene. It's much like meditating to be there, thinking of the people at rest now and how important it is that they be remembered. And heaven knows I need the exercise!
Added by Ann on Feb 23, 2010 11:54 AM
P.S. I just saw your personal profile. I, too, was born in Long Beach, CA. And I also just moved to Washington State (6 yrs. ago). What a coincidence!
Added by Ann on Feb 22, 2010 9:08 PM
|Ann||RE: Charles Shockley|
You're certainly welcome, Denise. I've been working on my family genealogy for several years, and appreciate the help I've received from others from afar. It feels wonderful to be able to "pass it on." As an aside, I had never been to the Dayton City Cemetery before; since Dayton is so small, I wasn't prepared for how large its cemetery is. After the frustration of finding so few graves today that were requested, I headed for City Hall and got information to draw up some maps for my next trip out there. I hope to go again tomorrow or the next day, and should be able to fulfill most, if not all, the requests then.
Added by Ann on Feb 22, 2010 9:05 PM
|Mimi Simpson Davidson||Grove Hill Memorial Park|
Please call them at 214-381-7118 and get a location of the grave site for Margaret Crosthwait and I will gladly go and photograph her tombstone. They are short handed and will not look up the information for anyone other than a relative. I did this for someone else looking and I got the photo that week. Email me with the plot and I will go look and get a photo. Thanks
Added by Mimi Simpson Davidson on Jan 16, 2010 12:56 PM
|svh77||RE: Abner Willis|
You're welcome, glad to be able to help!
Added by svh77 on Jan 10, 2010 7:57 AM
|Gene||RE: grave photo|
Martha Brown Smith ET AL
ALL AT GREEN LAWN COLUMBUS
Added by Gene on Nov 05, 2009 4:56 PM
|Gene||RE: grave photo|
If I have posted a memorial of one of your family members and you would like to have it transferred to you, just let me know. Provide me with the memorial name and number and the Member ID of whom to transfer it to.
Added by Gene on Nov 04, 2009 4:46 PM
|Ann A||RE: Transfer request for McDougall family in Carmen Cemetery|
I'll be glad to transfer them. I have taken pictures of all the stones in Carmen and I'll be glad to transfer anything I have to you that is not my family. I am not where I have the pictures, so I will have to send them later if they are not on the site.
Find A Grave volunteer
Added by Ann A on Sep 13, 2009 11:39 AM
|J Geoghan||RE: Rogerene Cemetery|
Yes, we're definatly related. I'm descended through Desire's brother Daniel and his wife Sally Newbury. I'd love to add Desire's descendants to my family tree. I can send you my info too. send me your email address and I can send you a scan of the print out. We can see exactly how we are related! -Jennifer firstname.lastname@example.org By the way, where are you? I'm in Orlando, FL
Added by J Geoghan on Aug 31, 2009 4:31 PM
|J Geoghan||RE: Rogerene Cemetery|
I have family there as well. Rachel Larabee Rogers, my 4th great grand mother is there. Was a really cool place to visit. I highly recomend going if you ever can. The nicest people live in the house the cemetery is behind. I knocked on thier door and said "Hello, I was wondering if there was a cemetery in your backyard?" They politely showed me where it was. I think I wasn't the first person to ask them......-Jennifer
Added by J Geoghan on Aug 31, 2009 1:13 PM
|J Geoghan||Rogerene Cemetery|
I posted a bunch of Pictures I took at the Rogerene Cemetery a year ago. (5 or 6 pics) The Rogerene Cemetery has no inscribed stones. The Rogerenes believed that incribed stones were "pagan" and only put the person's initials but most of the time only put a number on the stone. The person in charge of the cemetery had a master list of who pas buried under which number. Unfortunately that list has been lost over time. There is a large monument stone that says "Old Rogerene Cemetery" but that is all, the rest are field stones. Posted pictures so you can see for yourself. -Jennifer
Added by J Geoghan on Aug 31, 2009 9:25 AM