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GA_02
RE: Barrow Memorial Gardens
Your Welcome!

Added by GA_02 on Aug 23, 2016 1:37 PM

BJ
RE: Mountain View Cemetey
You are most welcome

Added by BJ on Aug 15, 2016 9:31 PM

judy lakkis
RE: Joan Cavanagh
You are so welcomed. I just happened to find it since the office does not cooperate with findagravers.

Added by judy lakkis on Aug 13, 2016 11:33 AM

Amathaon
RE: Mary Jane Hunter Biggs
You are welcome.

Added by Amathaon on Aug 05, 2016 9:59 AM

D. L. Lee
RE: Johnny James Brown
You are very welcome.

Added by D. L. Lee on Jun 17, 2016 7:06 AM

Tips
Sarah Elizabeth Merchant Hargis
In response to your question about the lack of an inscription for Sarah Hargis, I've added the following to the caption for the head stone photo, "At Arlington and other national cemeteries, inscriptions on 'private' markers such as this are the responsibility of the family, or the estate of the deceased. It is not unusual for there to be no family -- or money in the estate -- to add an inscription to a private marker years later when the surviving spouse dies. If requested by survivors, the cemetery will sometimes order a 'government' foot stone to mark the grave of the spouse not named on a private head stone."

Added by Tips on May 14, 2016 8:33 AM

Richard Round
RE: Lon H Darwin Memorial
Thanks for catching the duplication.

Added by Richard Round on May 05, 2016 9:57 AM

Ace
RE: Harry Warren at Forest Home Cemetery
Did they send you a map of the location? If not, can you ask them to e-mail you a copy?

The area where Harry Warren is buried is of interest to me because it may help me to locate other graves that were moved because of the construction of the highway (Interstate 290). I can easily find Section ELX on the cemetery map, but the low numbers in the section, below about 1100, I have never been able to find.

I am very curious where they are saying he is buried since it might help me to find the graves of other people that have made photo requests for the same section.

Thanks!

Ace

Added by Ace on May 01, 2016 11:49 AM

Ace
RE: Harry Warren at Forest Home Cemetery
Hi! Did the cemetery give you the burial plot location? I need that to provide a photo of where he is buried. Thanks! Ace

Added by Ace on Apr 29, 2016 2:24 AM

Rob Goody
William Kinsley Jr
Just an FYI, an updated photo of the headstone indicating dod has been added to his memorial.

Added by Rob Goody on Apr 19, 2016 6:00 PM

Ace
RE: Harry Warren at Forest Home Cemetery
Hi, Barbara! I looked on Sunday for Harry Warren's grave at the location you provided (Section ELX, Lot 627), but I did not find the grave.

The reason I could not find his grave is that it has most likely been moved. Section ELX, Lot 627 was in an area the cemetery lost to eminent domain in order to construct the Eisenhower (Congress) Expressway (also known as I 290). Graves in the way of the highway were moved to other cemetery locations.

Unfortunately the ladies in the office never leave the office, and they just blindly give out the first information that they find about a name instead of carefully examining the burial record. This happens over and over again. If I could lead the ladies by the hand and show them what I see when I am looking for a grave I would. But they might get their shoes dirty, so it will never happen.

Unfortunately, the best thing to do is to call the cemetery staff back and politely let them know that they did not give you the correct location. Hopefully the info about the Interstate going through the burial plot will help you to obtain the correct burial plot. Please let me know if you have any questions about this information.

Phone: 708-366-1900
E-mail: deborah.bluck@foresthomecemetery.net

So I don't have a picture for you now, but I hope you will be able to give me updated information so that I can soon.

Ace

Added by Ace on Apr 19, 2016 5:54 PM

DeadFred
Anne Milller Keener -Find A Grave Memorial# 93588774
Posted a photo of Anne Keener to her Memorial

From DeadFred.com

http://deadfred.com/surnamePersR_05.php?ID=124799

Added by DeadFred on Apr 19, 2016 3:13 PM

Silbert Hartis
RE: Warren County, Kentucky Grave Pictures
So happy that you are happy with the photos. It was such a beautiful day Fri and my wife and Dau-in-law and grandkids were in Fla on Spring break. When I am by myself I am the Boss of the house. Martinsville & Pleasant Grove are not very far apart and beautiful country with pastures and farm land. No towns just country. Saw a Mennonite buggy full of laughing kids go by at Pleasant Grove Cemetery out for a cruise through the country roads. They kept waving until they were out of sight

Added by Silbert Hartis on Apr 18, 2016 6:12 PM

Meridee D Dunn
Hester Irene Majors
Thank you so much for your reply to my suggestion pertaining to her grave entry. I've been doing family research work for a very long time and I have found a number of other situations where a woman lied about her age in her having married a man who was younger than she was. I've had no luck so far tracing down who her earlier husband was but I will let you know if I find records proving who he might have been. Irene's 2nd husband was, based on my research work on him, a fairly famous man. His first wife divorced him in Florida (1948) so he and Irene married after that.

Meridee D Dunn
Undunn49@Gotsky.com

Added by Meridee D Dunn on Apr 15, 2016 5:36 PM

Ace
Harry Warren at Forest Home Cemetery
Hi! I need the burial Section and Lot Numbers in order to take a photograph for you. This cemetery's staff does not help photo volunteers, and the burial location is not available anywhere else.

Phone: 708-366-1900
E-mail: deborah.bluck@foresthomecemetery.net

Last year I fulfilled over 450 photo requests at this cemetery after the burial location was provided.

Thank you!

Ace

Added by Ace on Apr 15, 2016 3:07 PM

Michael Rodman
RE: Parker Genealogy
Hi, glad to meet you. As to Grandpa being relation to Busch's I have never heard of anything. I'll have to ask my sister Sandra. What I have been intrigued with Great Great Grandfather Elvis B Parker. Where is buried? In the Moulder Cemetery? Also do you have any info on my Grandmother Hazel M (Edwards)Parker. That is Col. G Parker 2nd wife. She was born in Ill. Died in Missouri in Dec 1952 A week before I was born. We don't know much about her family. She had a sister Joyce Edwards living with her in 1940 on 3537 Calif. street St. Louis MO. If you have any info please send.
Thanks Mike Rodman

Added by Michael Rodman on Apr 11, 2016 9:13 AM

margie
Hargis
Hello. It was my pleasure to fulfill your request. We,my husband helps,didn't find Faye's headstone. I will be out there again soon and will look again. I'm glad you could use the picture!

Added by margie on Apr 10, 2016 6:17 PM

Romper90069
RE: Lloyd J Taylor
AWESOME, I love helping others find their loved ones and allowing a small part of what I do add to the tree. James

Added by Romper90069 on Apr 08, 2016 6:16 PM

Romper90069
Lloyd J Taylor
He is buried next to Dolores Taylor, I assume, his wife. I posted photos for her as well. James

Added by Romper90069 on Apr 07, 2016 6:15 PM

Edith Guynes Stanley
RE: Highland Park Cemetery
PS - That one also shows his wife's name, where the other one did not.

Added by Edith Guynes Stanley on Apr 06, 2016 11:52 AM

Edith Guynes Stanley
RE: Highland Park Cemetery
I think the information I sent you about Lily is a different death certificate information than the one for him. If you look on his memorial, you'll see that the entire death certificate information came up and is posted there.

Added by Edith Guynes Stanley on Apr 06, 2016 11:50 AM

Edith Guynes Stanley
RE: Highland Park Cemetery
If you'll give me the death date shown in that obit, I'll look for a local obit to see if it sheds more light.

Added by Edith Guynes Stanley on Apr 06, 2016 11:44 AM

Edith Guynes Stanley
RE: Highland Park Cemetery
I sent you the ancestry.com information I found on Lily on the last note, but here it is again.

Washington, Select Death Certificates, 1907-1960
Name: Lilly Barnes
Gender: Female
Spouse: Grover Cleaveland Johnston
Child: Charles Cleavleland Johnston

Lilly Barnes was her maiden name but it does give her spouse and child names. There was not an image of the death certificate so you would have to contact the state of Washington for further information.

Added by Edith Guynes Stanley on Apr 05, 2016 4:08 PM

Edith Guynes Stanley
RE: Highland Park Cemetery
They are not buried there. All of the burials in Highland Park Cemetery are listed. I did all the burials in 2009 that were not already done, and have continued to update as deaths occur. When you first asked about Charles' marker, I got the obit and did a lot of research on the family. It is my opinion based on the things I did find, that Lilly may be buried in Washington state as she died there:
Washington, Select Death Certificates, 1907-1960
Name: Lilly Barnes
Gender: Female
Spouse: Grover Cleaveland Johnston
Child: Charles Cleavleland Johnston

Added by Edith Guynes Stanley on Apr 04, 2016 8:23 PM

Edith Guynes Stanley
RE: Highland Park Cemetery
No, there was no wife buried with him, and I did quite a bit of research to try and find where she may have remarried, but was unsuccessful.

Added by Edith Guynes Stanley on Apr 02, 2016 8:48 PM

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