|Christina Cartwright||Frankie Bernard|
Your welcome!!:) I was just going thru the cemetery taking photos. Then I look at census, birth, and death on ancestry. Then I start connecting the families. I like also to be able to put the pieces together. It is a great feeling!:)
Added by Christina Cartwright on Jul 03, 2013 9:22 AM
|Carol Marchio||RE: Freter gravemarkers|
Added by Carol Marchio on Feb 16, 2013 11:57 AM
Thank you very much for sharing your pic. I appreciate it.
Added by Gayle on Oct 13, 2012 7:33 PM
|RickPlatt||Harriet Wilson McConnell Bernard|
Do you happen to know where her parents, James and Sally Sarah (Downing) McConnell are buried?
Added by RickPlatt on Sep 28, 2012 6:33 PM
|Geo||RE: Ella and George Hopkins|
You are welcome.
Added by Geo on Jul 26, 2012 7:25 PM
|Kim Vance||RE: Lillie Bernard|
I made the picture correction to Lillie Bernard.
Added by Kim Vance on Oct 23, 2011 7:16 AM
|Cheryl Behrend||RE: Charles Onley Bernard|
Thanks for taking your time to add this additional information. Maybe the Green Township can be added in the BIO.
Added by Cheryl Behrend on Oct 22, 2011 8:20 PM
|Gloria Kidder||Photo requests for Centerville Cemetery, Ohio|
I received 17 photo requests today at 5 PM.
Five of them had already been posted by Kim Vance today! Fast work!! When I checked the photo request list, only two of them were posted. Hope your are enjoying the Bernard genealogy. Gloria
Added by Gloria Kidder on Sep 26, 2011 9:51 PM
|Kim Vance||RE: Pictures|
No problem at all. I'm glad to post what I have. My daughter took the pictures, 132 in all that evening. Of course she was motivated by being able to drive us over to the cemetery and back. She was just learning to drive at the time.
You are welcome for the pics. I enjoy genealogy. It can be quite interesting.
Added by Kim Vance on Sep 26, 2011 7:00 PM
|Jim Childers||RE: Edwin Page Webb|
You are so welcome!
Added by Jim Childers on Sep 14, 2011 5:40 PM
|Jim Childers||RE: Edwin Page Webb|
'What Webbs we weave', that should have been the name of tree! I was happy to have found that one for you. Keeping my open for them Webbs! :)
Added by Jim Childers on Sep 14, 2011 5:27 PM
|Jim Childers||Edwin Page Webb|
I have a copy of the Wadena cemetery records.
Going through them I found Edwin listed under the P's - Page Webb, Edwin. He is in the same section as the other Webb's, but in Lot 14 , next to the other Webb's in Lot 13. Now I'll have to see if I can find a stone the next time I'm over there. I was just there yesterday too, dang! I sent him over to you! :)
Added by Jim Childers on Sep 14, 2011 6:16 AM
I entered the Sebeka West Cemetery from the county master list and found a Webb in there. I sent him your way, hope he fits somewhere in your research! :)
Added by Jim Childers on Jul 07, 2011 6:57 PM
|Michael Crawford||RE: E. Ayers|
Thank you. My e-mail: email@example.com
My link to the Ayers family is as follows: My father's mother was Mary E. Barnett, her mother was Elle Belle Ancil, her mother was Elizabeth Ayers and her father was Elicum Ayers.
Added by Michael Crawford on Jun 20, 2011 6:21 PM
|Michael Crawford||E. Ayers|
I got two corrections from you for E. Ayers. There is conflicting information. Please send me an e-mail with the correct information and let me know where you got this information.
Added by Michael Crawford on Jun 19, 2011 8:20 PM
|Suz Lew||Virgil Bernard|
Forgot to mention that both Clara and Mary are also buried in Section 8, lot 93
Added by Suz Lew on Jun 15, 2011 8:42 PM
|Suz Lew||Virgil Bernard|
I wanted to let you know that I found and took the picture of Virgil's headstone, however, once I got home to California, I lost 40 some pictures and am sorry to report that his picture was one of the ones I lost.
You might want to add to his plot information that he is buried in Section 8, grave 93.
According to the Clinton Co. Historical Society's Clinton Co. Burials ... under his description it says that his wfie was Clara E. Langdon Bernard and his secon wife was Mary Lucas Schnell Bernard, with a son James Edward and Emma Matthews Bernard.
If the request is still there next year, I plan to go to Ohio again.
Forgive me, please.
Added by Suz Lew on Jun 15, 2011 8:37 PM
|Jim Childers||Webb's in Wadena|
I was in the Wadena Cemetery again today, spent 4 1/2 hours there and still didn't find any other Webb graves. I was looking over the Webb plot just in case I missed a buried stone, but could not find any evidence of buried footstones. However, this plot is huge, it even has corner markers, stones with 'W' on them at all four corners. There could easily be a dozen graves in this plot. There is another marked grave at the site. In the southwest corner of the plot is a Captain Edwin Page 1872-1918.
I entered it in the Cemetery on Find A Grave. Same type of footstone as the Webb's. It is definetly in the Webb plot. Hope this helps you some.
Added by Jim Childers on May 11, 2011 9:33 PM
|Jim Childers||RE: Webb's - Wadena Cemetery|
They're yours! Glad I could help you out, good luck in your research!
Added by Jim Childers on May 07, 2011 9:44 AM
|Jim Childers||Webb's - Wadena Cemetery|
I walked the cemetery, spent over two hour there. I found the Webb's you alreay have, plus two additional stones at the same plot for children, I added them in the listings. It appears you have been to this cemetery and viewed the plot, judging by the two pics you have posted? Between the two stones you have already posted, and the two new ones I posted, there is plenty of room for two graves to easily fit in that space between them. There are no ground stones that I could find. The grave site does not appear to have suffered any damage from the tornado last year, unlike many of the others. I will check the records when I get a chance within the next few weeks and see if in fact they are buried at this site, and let you know. If you want the two sites I posted, let me know and I'll transfer them to you.
Added by Jim Childers on May 04, 2011 5:01 PM
|David Johnson||RE: Beatrice|
Still not completely sure if there is a marker for her some where. I have a feeling that she does not have one. You could still check with the staff at the cemetery.
Here is there email:
And a phone number:
Good luck in your searches.
Added by David Johnson on Dec 14, 2010 7:13 PM
|Stacie Hansen Leier||RE: Diane Pederson|
You're very welcome. I've been trying to photodocument cemeteries in Barnes county so that people who may never have the opportunity to visit here will have a chance to find their ancestors. I'm taking pictures of each marker and transcribing the data into spreadsheets. My hope is to get them online. I finished Hillside cemetery a few weeks ago and am now working on a couple others in the area, hopefully before the snow flies. If I can help you find anyone else, let me know and I can search my photos/records.
Added by Stacie Hansen Leier on Oct 05, 2010 5:52 PM
Got a chance to go get some photos today. When looking these up, I found that there are also two children in the plot with Edgar & Sarah, maybe their grandchildren. I did not see any stones though, but I was in a hurry, I will go back and look again, and if no stone, will get a shot of the area.
Merlin K. Bloxham Jr.
1926 - Jul. 29, 1930
Died 5 Oct 1929
If you want to go ahead and add their memorials that would be great, I will go back and double check for more stones.
Added by GeneGraver on Sep 10, 2010 3:56 PM
It is nice that people are willing to do this for others. We live in a very small community and requests for our area don't come very often. I think I've fulfilled only 2 for the past four years :)
I sent the pictures to your email address.
Added by Mandy on Aug 29, 2010 8:13 AM
Devon, You are quite welcome! I've had people take photos for me 1000s of miles (literally) from my home that I could have never gotten any other way. I was glad to help. I am sorry that we did not find George Bernard; we simply ran out of time and had to leave. That particular cemetery has many, many Bernard markers scattered throughout. Hopefully someone else will "claim" George Bernard for you. btw The John and Louise Bernard markers were almost precisely between two section signs (7 & 10), so I'm not sure which section they are assigned to. Good luck with your research. ~ Michele
Added by Chelie on Aug 28, 2010 10:50 AM