|Peggy Rocchio||RE: William Joseph Murray|
You are welcome! So glad that I could help.
Added by Peggy Rocchio on Aug 17, 2014 7:21 AM
If you'd like the photo and closeup on the other halves of the Rawlins and Harrington Sec. 23 stone please put in a request and send me a message.
Do you want the same full stone photo for the Sec. 39 stone on the request for Ruminsky? I also took a far back shot of it.
Added by runner9 on Jun 25, 2013 9:31 AM
I looked in section 39 but didn't find your request. I'm guessing that plot 525 is a subdivided one. That is, the map would have lower numbers in nice rows and then some higher numbers randomly put in where additional plots were created.
A map would be most helpful to fill these requests. It's not that big a section but I walked much of it and didn't find it, nor any logical order to higher numbers (above 420) that would help find it.
Added by runner9 on Jun 17, 2013 10:02 AM
Thanks for calling!
I don't have a section 39 map but it's not huge so I will try my luck with your requests on Monday.
Some people have a friend or family member call to ask about 3 additional requests.
Regardless, I or someone will certainly look after you obtain plot info for the other 3. I'm going Monday morning, not sure when again after that.
Added by runner9 on Jun 13, 2013 11:34 AM
|Gail Nichols||Beverly Nichols|
Thank you for taking this picture. Thank you for your time.
Added by Gail Nichols on Jun 13, 2013 10:20 AM
|Tim Crane||Leo Greer|
Thanks for the fast response, I appreciate your time. If you need anything in central Ohio, please let me know.
Added by Tim Crane on Jun 02, 2013 6:30 PM
Not trying to nag, just FYI that we've cleared over 200 requests this spring and now have 626 requests—fewer than there were in June, 2012. We'd be happy to clear your request(s) but some/all do not have plot information. Please call (216) 641-7575 and obtain plot information. We most likely already have a plot map but will let you know once we have plot info if we also need a map. Thanks!
Added by runner9 on May 12, 2013 5:27 AM
You've put in request(s) at Calvary in Cleveland. Several of us are actively working to clear the more than 745 requests. With 400,000 burials and 300 acres, if you could please obtain plot information AND a plot map one of us will be more likely to be able to fill the request, as the office will only give out a little information to each person. The office phone number is (216) 641-7575. On my page I have the plot maps listed that we already have which is quite a few. If the burial is in one of those sections we don't need another map, just the plot info on the request.
You can try to tell them you'll be visiting when they're closed, etc. So far everyone who's called has been successful in having a map mailed, a few e-mailed. If you get one let me know and I'll give you my e-mail address. With thousands of graves per section a plot map would be VERY helpful. Without plot information it's basically impossible.
Added by runner9 on Feb 14, 2013 6:56 PM
You've put in a request at Calvary in Cleveland. I'm starting to plan a trip there in the spring or late winter. With 400,000 burials and 300 acres, if you can obtain plot location AND a plot map from the office (unless it's posted here: http://tinyurl.com/cepkrmb) I can try to take the photo when I go in the spring. Phone number is: (216) 641-7575
You can try to tell them you'll be visiting when they're closed, etc. I know one person who they mailed a plot map to. If you get one let me know and I'll give you my e-mail address. Without this info you're sadly unlikely to get it filled. If I can get info for many it will be worth the 25 minute trip to try to cut down the 759 requests.
Added by runner9 on Dec 23, 2012 3:54 PM
|Buck||RE: George Brinker photo request|
Happy to help. Just for your peace of mind, I talked with a librarian at some length, we consulted maps of plotholders, etc. So it wasn't an off-the-cuff conclusion.
In view of that, can I ask that you please take down your photo request when it's convenient?
Added by Buck on Jun 15, 2012 5:56 PM
|Buck||George Brinker photo request|
Around 1901, the Easton Public Library was built on the site of the old German Reformed graveyard, which was no longer an active cemetery. Some of the remains were moved to other cemeteries in Easton. Some were interred in a vault behind the library. Two were left in place on the grounds and are marked.
Some are simply unaccounted for, and George Brinker is one of them. The best guess is that there are still some unmarked remains on the library grounds, in addition to the two known ones mentioned earlier.
It is not going to be possible to get a photo.
Added by Buck on Jun 12, 2012 6:32 PM
|On angels wings||RE: George Emery|
Yes, you can make the transfer. Appreciate all your efforts.
Added by On angels wings on Jun 11, 2012 7:34 AM
|On angels wings||Waines Photos|
Thanks for your immediate response to my photo requests. Have a great weekend.
Added by On angels wings on Jun 09, 2012 3:01 AM
|Morgan||RE: John Alexander Burnside|
No worries, I appreciat what you have done for me
Added by Morgan on Jun 03, 2012 11:44 PM
|Morgan||John Alexander Burnside|
Thank you so much for the lovely photo you have taken for me, it looks so much nicer now with the flowers and green grass around it. Pity I cant visit America and see it for myself, Thanks agian, I really appreciate the time you took to do it for me.
Added by Morgan on Jun 03, 2012 1:08 AM
|Janet S. Alvis||David Hannah|
Thank you so much for the photo! Much appreciated ;)
Added by Janet S. Alvis on Jun 02, 2012 2:18 PM
|Morgan||RE: John @ Rexburg Cemetery|
Hi David..........Thanks for your reply, any photo that you can take would be much appreciated, living in Australia makes it pretty difficults at times, to find things of distant relatives, so thanks again......Sylvia
Added by Morgan on May 19, 2012 10:18 PM
Thank you for searching for Joseph Taylor. I must have incorrect information as to where he was buried. I'll try to get the information clarified.
Thanks for your time! I appreciate this service.
Added by Coleen on May 13, 2012 6:27 PM
|On angels wings||RE: Ida Wilding Emery|
Yes, if you can, that would be great.
Added by On angels wings on Mar 20, 2012 9:01 PM
|Simmons Family||RE: Martha Pugmire|
That would be great, if you don't mind. Thank you so much.
Added by Simmons Family on Jan 20, 2012 9:29 AM
|LF||RE: Nan Summerville|
It helps to have a disk full of photos. Let me know if there is anyone else at the cemetery.
Added by LF on Oct 05, 2011 10:18 PM
|Deborah Winslow||Ansel P Warwick|
Thank you so much for the memorial and the great picture and documents. I'm researching my new grandson's family, and Ansel was his 5th great-grandfather.
Added by Deborah Winslow on Sep 06, 2011 9:08 PM
I appreciate the photo you took for Francis Marion Garner. This is such a great service and I appreciate it!
Added by Coleen on Aug 20, 2011 9:57 AM
|Mark Eckerman||Charles Buster|
Thank you for looking for Charles Buster's headstone. His sister Ethel Greenwalt is buried there and I assumed that he was also. I tried calling the funeral home, but they don't like to give out information.
Added by Mark Eckerman on Jul 28, 2011 7:14 PM
|On angels wings||Malcolm Wilding|
Thank you for the headstone picture.
Added by On angels wings on Jun 17, 2011 12:05 PM