|Kimby P.||RE: Mae, Moses & Baby March|
You're very welcome! I'll look to see if I have any other March headstones from local Oswego County Cemeteries.
Added by Kimby P. on Dec 29, 2014 3:19 PM
|Kimby P.||Mae, Moses & Baby March|
I have uploaded photo's for Mae, Moses and Baby March buried in Altmar Riverside Cemetery. These photo's were taken in the above order so it is assumed that Baby March was an infant of Mae and Moses- no other information is available. Have a great evening!
Added by Kimby P. on Dec 28, 2014 7:34 PM
|Kathy Salazar||RE: Tombstone pictures|
Of course, there is a group of photo volunteers so we will get to your Canfields as time permits. Did the lighter photo work out?
Added by Kathy Salazar on Dec 28, 2014 10:08 AM
|Jan Corder||RE: Mary Canfield TS request|
You're welcome! I just looked up Mary Canfield to remind me of what I did last week. There still is a mix-up as Find a grave is showing her buried at Multnomah Park cemetery instead of Columbia Pioneer cemetery. It appears that Find a grave does not have Columbia Pioneer listed. Here's the link I used --
Added by Jan Corder on Dec 28, 2014 9:35 AM
|Kimby P.||RE: Bessie March TS picture|
You're very welcome. I also posted the other half of the stone with her husband George's transcription. The photo is compliments of the Williamstown Historical Society!
Added by Kimby P. on Dec 20, 2014 11:39 AM
I cannot remove him as the husband of Delia March as he was connected from her memorial and I don't manage her. Please contact that memorial manager. Good Luck!!
Added by KBrownst on Dec 07, 2014 5:35 PM
|Nathan Haines||RE: George W. Canfield, Jr|
No problem. You are very welcome.
I forgot to ask you something though.
There is an Ida Canfield in that same wall full of niches that George Canfield is interred in but they are not very close together.
Well, I'll be darned. I thought she already had a page on Find A Grave but I just looked and she does not. She has never been added yet. I took pics of her niche too just in case she is related to George.
If she is do you want to add her to Find A Grave.
I just looked her up in the Oregon death index and it says her spouse's name was George.
This Ida has on her niche, 1885-1970. She died Oct. 30, 1970 in Multnomah County, OR. Is this George Jr.'s mother?
If you want to add her let me know and I will add pics after it is done or if you want me to do it I can take care of it.
Added by Nathan Haines on Nov 19, 2014 6:37 PM
|Nathan Haines||George W. Canfield, Jr|
I got pics per your request for George's niche. I added picture captions to two of the pictures if you care to click on the pictures to see that. If I put too many pictures let me know and I will get rid of any you don't want, ok?
Added by Nathan Haines on Nov 18, 2014 12:58 AM
|Sandra||RE: Tombstöne that was Not there.|
Albert and Naomi Canfield are listed in the cemetery book, but I found no stones. I entered the stone photo of Joseph & Ethyle, that was there. There is an infant Canfield that died 1/6/1930. It is in a different section than there's and also not in the babies area. Its in the SINGLES area. There are a few stones in that area, but its also called the paupers area.
Added by Sandra on Oct 24, 2014 8:30 AM
|Janet Knepper||Cole Canfield|
I'm Sorry! I should have checked the Find A Grave records first.
I see that Cole is the only Canfield left to photo. There is no record in Forest Lawn Cemetery for Cole Canfield, but his obituary in Saginaw's geneology site shows him buried in Forest Lawn.
I'll keep an eye out for him while I'm taking photos!
Added by Janet Knepper on Jul 20, 2014 9:16 AM
|Janet Knepper||Canfields in Forest Lawn Cemetery|
I noticed that you have a note on Cole Canfield's photo request asking for photos of any/all Canfields in Forest Lawn Cemetery. You also asked if you should enter each request individually. The answer is yes. Forest Lawn Cemetery has over 42,000 people buried there and covers over 40 acres so the plots are spread out over a large area.
I tend to try to take all of the requests from one section to photo for one day because it takes me approximately an hour to find, clean, and photo the headstone/plot in question. (I also take photos of any other people in the same plot at the same time because I've found that most of them are usually related to the person in the request) so...that hour is spent on just one photo request. Now add several other requests in the same section and there is my time allotment for the day.
I think that most people do that with Forest Lawn for that reason. I don't mean to 'lecture', just trying to help.
Added by Janet Knepper on Jul 20, 2014 9:08 AM
|Diana Popp||Canfield photos|
I went to Forest Lawn Cemetery in Saginaw, MI and took photos of Matilda Canfield.. There is also a separate Canfield plot, where I photographed Allie, Irene, Delia and Channey. There is some errors in the information, dates etc.. so I sent a message to the person that set up the memorials.
I saw you have a request for a Cole Canfield. The obit index says he was buried at Forest Lawn, but there is no record of him in the online cemetery records.
Added by Diana Popp on Sep 21, 2013 3:14 PM
|Christina Nelson||Eliza Canfield|
You placed a request for photograph of Eliza Canfield back in December 2010, the memorial was recently photographed, thoughts I'd pass this information on to you. http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=48842740
Life is good,
Added by Christina Nelson on Apr 25, 2013 9:34 PM
|KEN DOTY BROWN||Ferdinand Canfield|
I went to Evergreen Cemetery today. I got what I thought was the right grave location Section E, Lot 25. When I went to Section E, I found a grave for Ferdinand Campfield, not Canfield. I thought this was the right person, but now I don't think so.
I will return to Evergreen within the next week and find the right grave.
Have a good day.
Added by KEN DOTY BROWN on Apr 17, 2013 3:26 PM
|Christina ||Fannie Canfield|
I have loaded the photo for Fannie. The marker is very faint and is much easier to read in person
Sec. B lot 23
Space 2 John Pierce d.1881
Space 3 Margaret Pierce d.1864
Space 4 Flora Pierce d.1855 no marker
Space 5 George Canfield inter.1912 no marker
Space 6 Anna Caufield inter.1907 no marker
Space 7 Frank Canfield
Space 8 Olement Canfield no marker
Space 9 Fannie Canfield
There were 3 additional markers but all were unreadable.
Added by Christina on Dec 28, 2012 8:03 PM
Hi, I wanted to let you know I will try to fill your request in the Spring if not sooner depending on the weather. I live about 30 miles from the cemetery but feel terrible because I was just at the cemetery today looking for and ancestor. I wished I had checked the photo request. Also I am curious because a male relative buried in Meadowbrook was married to a Canfield.
Added by Looking Glass on Feb 02, 2012 1:00 PM
|Glen Stiffler||RE: Canfield Tombstone picture|
I am not a relative but I have coffee everyday with a couple of his [i think] great grandchildren and did some restoring on that picture which I think was a tintype and possibly the only picture of him,He died pretty young.
Added by Glen Stiffler on Oct 17, 2011 5:21 PM
|Diane LM||RE: Andrew Canfield TS|
I photoed Andrew, William and Phebe who were all together in that plot. I have done many Canfields in both Valley and Oakwood cemeteries. If you would like tranfers of any please let me know.
Added by Diane LM on Oct 03, 2011 7:47 AM
|Amanda Sheets-Otto||Canfields CarsonCity|
Hello there! I know I mentioned this before but I dont remember if I followed up(heehee) Did you want me to post or send you photos of the Canfields around Clare and Vera? Or did I already send them? I have a Lester, Ida, Anna, May, (maybe Anna May), Claude, Grace, and George. I had all these when I took the photo the first time for you, however I couldnt locate them in my files so when I was there the other day I stopped by and paid my respects and retook the photos.
Added by Amanda Sheets-Otto on Sep 19, 2011 11:44 PM
|KBramley||RE: TE Kelley Tombstone|
I am Tom Kelley's youngest daughter and have found Willamette national cemetery to be a very peaceful and beautiful place. If you would like to connect with Mom again, please e mail me at email@example.com. I would be happy to pass on her information
Added by KBramley on Sep 17, 2011 4:16 PM
I had a photo request for Margaret Canfield, in the Prairie City, IL cemetery. James and George are both there. Please place a request for each of them if you would like their memorial photographed. Thanks cj
Added by cj on Sep 16, 2011 5:10 PM
While in the cemetery, I also took photos of George and James' monuments, wondered if you would like to request them too. Also wondered if the Canfield's were related to the Ramer family as they are buried, if I remember correctly, in the same lot.
Added by cj on Sep 15, 2011 10:59 AM
|david peery||RE: McLaughlin tombstones in Paola Cemetery|
I have her obituary if you would like it, she doesnt have a stone but she is buried there in Paola
Added by david peery on Sep 11, 2011 7:05 PM
|Heidi||RE: Thomas & Mary Canfield TS picture|
I went back to Beaverdale today. The only writing on the stone is the name "Canfield" on the front. There is nothing on the back. I poked around a little, and discovered something rather unique. I found what appears to be a homemade grave marker for Violet Sessa, which I have posted on her page. This marker is just to the left of the headstone. The area to the right of the headstone appears to have 2 burials, head to head, one on each side of the headstone (a guess on my part by observing the pattern of the grass). This could be the two people you are looking for. I poked around a little, but found no indication that there are gravestones that are covered with grass. If you decide to contact the cemetery, and if they verify that there are, in fact, gravestones there ... let me know and I will gladly return again!
Added by Heidi on Aug 23, 2011 4:39 PM
|Heidi||RE: Thomas & Mary Canfield TS picture|
There are no names or dates for individuals on the headstone ... front or back. I will be back at Beaverdale within a few days ... I will double check. Also, I will poke around and see if it's possible that the flat stones are covered with grass. If still no luck, you may want to contact the cemetery to see if the records show a gravestone. They are very helpful. I would do it, but I was just there yesterday ... and I don't want to wear out my welcome! ;-)
Added by Heidi on Aug 23, 2011 4:46 AM