|Heather Gorrie Mahoney||Woodworth-Ladd|
Hi Carol, I was wondering if you would be so kind as to transfer the following people to me from Tibbetts Young Cemetery.I listed them all at Tibbets-Young Cemetery in 2004. The spelling for the cemetery is incorrect.
If you transfer the following to me I will then go and delete them from the cemetery with the incorrect spelling.
(1)Mary Woodworth-memorial #78185225
(2) Clarence E Woodworth-memorial #78185198
(3) Ralph E Woodworth-memorial #78185261
(4) Elisha E Woodworth-memorial #78185151
(5) Amanda M Ladd - memorial #78185175
I have all these peope in my family tree.
My memorial # is 46630582 (Heather(Gorrie)Mahoney)
Thanking you in advance.
Added by Heather Gorrie Mahoney on Mar 28, 2013 10:34 AM
I have claimed two of your photo requests;however, the burial sites are in a columbarium. I have contacted via email the church where the remains are entombed in order to determine if I will be able to be near or inside the columbarium. My intentions are, at the very least, to take pictures for you as close as possible to the actual places where your relatives are entombed; for example, photos of the church, the entrance to the site of the columbarium, and the exterior of the structure,etc. I will keep you informed.
Added by Mosbey-Kreisle on Aug 22, 2012 10:15 AM
|Karen Hill||David Booth SR # 20979009|
May I use the photo of his headstone on my Ancestry.com tree?
Thank you, Karen
Added by Karen Hill on Aug 07, 2012 12:17 PM
|E.S. Hinckley||Benson & Brinsmade|
Thanks for the headstone photos of these two Connectcicut Civil War vets, they are greatly appreciated.
Added by E.S. Hinckley on Oct 11, 2011 4:06 AM
|Linda S||RE: Sherwood, Rubin|
Thank you very much for your efforts. I'll check with them as soon as I have a little time.
Added by Linda S on May 08, 2011 5:24 AM
|Pennsylvania Lady||Problem you reported|
b. 1938, d. 1999
I guess without the plot location the cemetery is being unreasonable. When a person dies he becomes public property. By taking photos and sharing them we are NOT in violation of the Privacy Act. It must depend on who you are talking to and how lazy they are. I appreciate your trying. I will leave the request and maybe somewhere down the line we will get that photo.
Added by Pennsylvania Lady on Feb 06, 2011 9:27 PM
|Pennsylvania Lady||My reply to your note -|
I physically went to this cemetery and was denied access to the location of the grave requested. I was asked to produce a VALID/VERIFIABLE AUTHORIZATION from a family member. This request by the office at Lawncroft was made specifically when I mentioned Find A Grave....I was told further told that their office was following the requirements of the "Privacy Act". This was a VERY strange request. I went to two other cemeteries the very same day and had no issue. Please advise how I can overcome this problem. Thank You ~Carol~ I can be reached directly at firstname.lastname@example.org
Someone is just being lazy. Once a person dies they become public property and not the property of the cemetery. What they told you is incorrect.
I would go back and speak to someone else. Don't mention Find A Grave and if asked, be a cousin. We are related in someone or another anyway.
Added by Pennsylvania Lady on Nov 21, 2010 11:24 AM
|Leah Marie||Esther Beach|
Esther Beach, interred in Unity Cemetery in Trumbull, CT, was eight years old when she died in 1745, not 6 months. It states that on her tombstone. I put up a correct entry for her, but if you'd prefer, you can correct your entry and let me know, and I'll delete mine. Thanks.
Added by Leah Marie on Jul 03, 2010 2:32 PM
|Jan Franco||David Booth, Unity Cem.|
You attached the wrong photo to the David Booth who died April 24, 1842. I added one, but if yours is better please add it and I will delete mine.
Added by Jan Franco on Jun 20, 2010 7:04 PM
Thank you for all the pictures you have taken for me of the Booth's in Unity Cemetery. I think you are also the one that told me about the book, They Face the Rising Sun ? It was a great help also. There are about five Booths in the book that I have not been able to place in my tree yet, but maybe it is just a matter of time.
You have been most helpful. I hope one day to get to Connecticut and see Unity for myself but I'm afraid that is a long ways down the line.
Added by Linda S on Jun 19, 2010 7:02 AM
|Linda S||Booth photos|
Thank you for the photos of Margaret Hawley Booth & Sarah BeeBee Booth. I love Find a Grave and all the wonderful people who are so helpful.
Added by Linda S on Jun 18, 2010 4:57 PM
|Alison Painter||Lt. John Wheeler|
Thank you so much for obtaining this photo for me. It helps me sort out a few items in my tree.
I wish I could come visit that old cemetery the stones look so interesting.
Added by Alison Painter on Jun 03, 2010 12:16 PM
Just wanted to thank you so much for taking a picture of Stephen Osborn's headstone. There's a lot of my family history in Fairfield. I look forward to visiting one of these days.
Added by Carrie on Jun 03, 2010 9:53 AM
|Linda S||Elizbeth Booth|
Thank you for the photo of Elizabeths stone.
Added by Linda S on Jun 02, 2010 3:01 PM
|Linda S||David Booth|
Thank for for the photo of David Booths headstone. I appreciate your time and effort.
It has left me with yet another mystery to solve. I have his birth date as 8/26/1761 but his stone says he died at 91 yrs old in 1842.
Added by Linda S on May 31, 2010 6:01 PM
|Linda S||David Booth #20998637|
Thank you for the photo of the stone. I would love to have a copy of the page in "They face the rising sun" if you can scan it. I'm going to see if our library has the book so I can have a look at it.
Added by Linda S on May 29, 2010 8:37 PM
|eobfindagrave||RE: BIG HUG & a THANK YOU!|
It was my pleasure. I know how much I enjoy getting the email that my request has been fulfilled, so I try to help others get it, too.
The flowers were there, and I would guess they were placed fairly recently. Maybe Mothers Day?
If you'd like the larger originals, email me at email@example.com.
Added by eobfindagrave on May 16, 2010 9:20 AM
|the moo||RE: Unity Burial Ground Trumbull CT|
Wow! Thanks for giving me the heads up. I'll look forward to seeing your photos! ~Meredith
Added by the moo on Apr 28, 2010 6:46 AM
|Pennsylvania Lady||Ronald Hansen|
I am so sorry that the folks at the cemetery think they are protecting something. They are actually hiding behind the Privacy Act. Once a person is dead he becomes public property. If I can get an answer to this question I will advise you. That cemetery is very wrong.
Thanks for trying though I do appreciate your help.
Added by Pennsylvania Lady on Mar 18, 2010 8:43 PM