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Jeffrey Nase (#47286690)
 member for 4 years, 4 months, 6 days
P. Eadie
Franklin Nace
Hi Jeffrey,
We successfully located Franklin and Edith Nace today at Harleigh Cemetery in Camden, NJ. I have uploaded both pictures to their memorial sites in Find A Grave. FYI, Franklin's death date on his site and on his stone do not match. I hope you enjoy the pictures. Pat

Added by P. Eadie on Sep 07, 2014 2:35 PM

Mount Vernon Cemetery
I just wanted to let you know I am in the process of trying to get into Mount Vernon Cemetery ~ But do not hold your breath on getting the photo of the headstones you want any time soon. I have been trying to get in there for almost a year! The owner does NOT take care of the property and does NOT want anyone in there,it is kept locked 24/7. If you want to try to talk to him ......good luck! Mr. Murphy will ask for $25 for the first look up and $10 for every one after that. He will NOT let you in or anyone else unless he and you know EXACTLY where you are going. Mr. Murphy also does not want ANY photos taken inside the cemetery.

Added by Hereslooking4 on Aug 14, 2014 7:15 PM

Martha Hallett
Gladys L. Zeiler
Sorry the marker has so many white spots but the marker was under a pine tree and the marks are tree sap. I did wash the marker off but the marks only faded a little.

Added by Martha Hallett on Jul 05, 2014 7:00 PM

Barb Hassler
RE: Photo Requests
You are most welcome. I added some photos of Nace/Nase headstones to others memorials that were not photo requested. You may want to check all the names to see if there is additional information on the other headstones added. You made this easier and possible to find many stones as you had sections of the cemetery and rows indicated. That allowed me to find many stones in a short period of time. I didn't have enough time to get to the old cemetery section for your other requests. If they are still open the next time I head to that cemetery, I will attempt to find them. I live about 45 minutes from that area, so don't expect to get there for a couple of months. I'm glad I was able to help you.

Added by Barb Hassler on Jun 10, 2014 4:41 PM

Laura Nase
All yours

Added by ProgBase on Jun 08, 2014 6:19 AM

Thomas Morrison
Jeffrey, I am also related to many of the Morrison's that were in Philadelphia, however I don't know if or how Thomas is related to me. No, I have not seen the grave myself, I got this information from the Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Death Certificates Index, 1803-1915. I hope you find Mary Jane Stewart Morrison.


Added by OurFamilyTies on Jun 07, 2014 3:49 PM

RE: Photos
You're very welcome. The stones were side by side, by the way

Added by TerriwithaC on Jun 06, 2014 5:44 PM

RE: Photos
Your very welcome. Glad I could help.

Added by Kristal on May 26, 2014 12:14 PM

Ida Turner
RE: Photo Requests
I am from the McNeese line myself. I am idaturner63 on Message me. Or contact me at

Added by Ida Turner on May 23, 2014 9:42 AM

Ruth Smith
Earl Lee Collins
Boy are you right - thank you so much for catching this. I do both cemeteries and in looking for the one at Cape County Memorial I kept thinking that name sounded familiar and that was because I had just taken it at New Lorimier. Duh. Old Age I guess. Would you mind to send a message to John Hinkle to delete the one at Cape County memorial? Since we have proof - same dates - at New Lorimier.
I love it when things get straightened out.

Added by Ruth Smith on May 18, 2014 5:53 AM

Ruth Smith
Earl Collins
Jeffrey: Your request for Earl Collins' grave was not possible to fulfill and I am sorry. The records at the Archives in Jackson have him buried in section 9 - grave 9. This would be at the top of that section, near the mausoleum and there was no marker for his grave there. I took a picture of that area . Ruth Smith

Added by Ruth Smith on May 16, 2014 5:12 PM

RE: Photo Requests
Glad to do it. Hopefully I'll be able to get some more.

Added by jeanpiclewis on May 06, 2014 9:12 AM

Re: your Requests for First Ward Cemetery In Syracuse NY. Unfortunately there is no longer a cemetery there. It has been turned into a Park. I know this sounds terrible. I understand all of the headstones have been buried and the bodies are still buried there but no way of telling locations unfortunately. If you go to the Link for this cemetery it will explain this in more detail,along with several other cemeteries in Syracuse that have also been turned into parking lots etc or abandoned.I believe it tells about a book that tells about first settlers buried here. Sorry I couldn't help.
Take care, D & D

Added by D&D on Apr 18, 2014 3:27 PM

RE: Minnie Arabella Lillie Nace Webster
I've been to Fairfax Cemetery many, many times myself (probably a third of the people buried there are relatives of mine by blood or marriage). I haven't yet found her gravestone either.

What I do have is a copy of her obituary, which states that she was buried there. At a guess, I'd say she's probably in either in the middle part of the cemetery between the older and newer parts that's sunk down, or possibly in the same row as her father, George W. Nace, and step-grandmother, Rebecca Jane (Blair) Nace. I'd say she might be near her half-sisters, Tracy Dean and Gracie Ellen Nace, but that part of the old cemetery near the gate of the church is fairly full. I also know of at least one brother of hers (Allen Pence Nace) who is also buried in that cemetery but with no marker. I suspect, but can't prove, that her brothers Toney and John, and sisters, Frances and Goldie, are buried in that cemetery as well.

Here's Minnnie's obituary. It states she's buried in Fairfax cemetery in the middle of the 4th paragraph. It's from the Hillsboro News-Herald, Thurs. 22 March 1894, p. 9:

"In Memoriam

Minnie R. Lillie Webster, born the 3d of May, 1872, died on the 25th of February, 1894, aged 21 years, 9 months, 22 days. She was married to A. F. Webster the first day of January, 1893. Deceased was the daughter of George W. and Mary Nace, and was always an exemplary and obedient daughter. She was the mother of one child, a little son who survives her, left without the mother's hand to guide him along life's thorny pathway.

We mourn not as those without hope, for Lillie gave ample evidence that she was safe in the arms of a loving Savior.

By her kind and loving disposition she had endeared herself to all with whom she was related, and none knew her but to love her. All through her sickness she was resigned to the will of the Father and never uttered a complaining word, but said, "Not mine, but thy will be done." A few moments before she departed she said to her husband, "Gus, turn me over and I will go to sleep." How truly the expression "asleep in the arms of Jesus." Lillie is now safe in His arms, and has gone to walk the gold-paved streets of the New Jerusalem.

She leaves a loving husband, a little son and tender parents to mourn her loss. But we mourn not as those without hope, for we shall meet Lillie again, when we cross over the cold Jordan of death. We shall be re-united with her again, for she is now safe in the arms of a loving Savior, and our loss is her eternal gain. Through all her sickness she bore her pain with Christian fortitude and never a complaining word escaped her lips. She was buried in Fairfax cemetery, followed by a large concourse of loving friends. All that is mortal of Lillie lies there to await the Resurrection morn, when this mortal shall put on immortality and we shall know even as we are known.

Let us remember that Time not only merges into Eternity, but colors it, and whether the tents are to be golden and bright, or sombre and dark, will depend upon how we use the brush and hues below. Time cuts the garments of Eternity and whether our covering shall be a robe of righteousness or of sin, depends upon the improvement of these passing years. Then Lillie is gone.

'Where the glory brightly dwelleth,
Where the new song sweetly swelleth,
And the discord never comes,
Where life's stream is ever laving,
And the palm is ever waving --
That must be the Home of Homes.'"

Are you a descendant of Minnie's? Do you happen to have any pictures of her, if you are? I've got a copy of one picture of George, his first wife, Mary Elizabeth (Corbin), and their surviving nine kids (since Frances and Goldie both died as infants). I'd be happy to share that photo with you, if you like. It was sent to my aunt by a descendent of Roy Lewis Nace, and my aunt gave it to me because she knew I was interested in genealogy.

Added by Jedikatie on Mar 14, 2014 6:44 AM

Lara South at Westview
I see your request for a photo on findagrave for Westview Cemetery. I am familiar with that cemetery and would be happy to look for you. Would you please call the cemetery office at 404-755-6611 to find out the section and lot numbers for your request? The office is reluctant to give me that information and in fact has threatened to charge me for it. They do however give it easily to relatives. The cemetery is massive and that section/lot information will help me narrow the search.

Added by Phil on Mar 08, 2014 6:15 PM

Jenn O.
Nace - Arlington
Just uploaded a photo for William Sr. Also on the stone are William Jr., Catherine, and Ethel. They already had memorials so I've uploaded the photo for them as well.

Jenn O.

Added by Jenn O. on Feb 02, 2014 2:57 PM

Nes Memorial
Thank you for the correction.


Added by Roberta on Jan 31, 2014 3:44 PM

RE: Photo Requests
I know that they were not of the best quality - they are old and hard to read - but I figured you would appreciate them all the same. The dates seemed to be different from the memorial to the stone on several of the people.

Thank you - glad I could help!
Stacey Olsen

Added by solsen8 on Jan 11, 2014 10:05 AM

Ida Turner
RE: Photo Requests
You are welcome. It was a cold day and we bundled up and set out. My husband is my right hand and enjoys it as I do.
I have McNeese in my family. Any connection?

Added by Ida Turner on Jan 06, 2014 10:43 AM

RE: Photo Request
Your welcome

Added by KAREN LOVY on Dec 22, 2013 3:30 PM

Evening Blues
Photo Requests

I noticed that on some of your photo request there is already a grave photo there.

I have received three notifications from Find A Grave that a photo request was made for a cemetery close to me. When I look at the memorial, there are already photos there.

The photo requests are for memorials that are missing grave photos.

Added by Evening Blues on Dec 09, 2013 8:20 PM

Martha Newton photo request
Hi, the volunteers would be happy to fill your photo request however we will need a burial location to do so. Can you please contact Laurel Land and get a burial location for your request.

The number is 214 371 1336
or to email them, the link is:

They are good about responding to the email request!There are over 94 photo requests currently and the volunteers cannot ask for that many locations to fill requests. With a location, your request will get filled pretty quickly. Thanks for your help.

Added by TLH on Dec 09, 2013 4:15 PM

RE: John Thomas Nease
I finally made contact again with the caretaker of Nease Cemetery. She described the stones and the location in the cemetery where she thinks the grave stones you requested are located. Since they are flat stones that may be partially covered with grass and dirt, and we currently have about eight inches of snow on top a layer of ice, it may be a little while before I can go look for them.

Added by Rwenuts on Dec 09, 2013 12:54 PM

Sharon Graham
RE: Find A Grave Memorial# 57536592
Thanks for the additional information. I didn't see any Hellers...but I will return in a week or two and check again.

Added by Sharon Graham on Dec 07, 2013 2:50 PM

William Diehl
Elizabeth Ness
Yes upon closer examination of the photo I see you are correct. The corrections have been made. Thank you.

Added by William Diehl on Nov 25, 2013 4:20 PM


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