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Leslie (#47401964)
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Beth Bush
Rosetta Hoare
I was walking through the cemetery looking for another stone ... and there she was!

Added by Beth Bush on Aug 27, 2014 5:19 PM

Beth Bush
Rosetta Hoare
I would be happy to take a photo of Rosetta Hoare's stone at Crown Hill Cemetery but I need the section number. Please call Crown Hill 330-425-8128 and find out the information and forward to me.

Added by Beth Bush on Aug 12, 2014 6:08 PM

Sally
RE: Alfred Hoare gravestone
Leslie,
I am the current clerk for Greenlawn Union Cemetery. I want to thank you for bringing this to my attention. I have downloaded a copy of his death certificate for our records. If I should find any more info on this burial I will post it on the Find A Grave site.

Sally (Zody) Spreng, clerk
Greenlawn Union Cemetery
920 State Route 39
Perrysville, OH 44864
sally39@neo.rr.com

Added by Sally on Mar 05, 2014 9:51 AM

D. L. Lee
RE: Burney & Jernigan gravestone photos
You are very welcome. I tried to photograph all markers, but if you find one I missed, please let me know.

Added by D. L. Lee on Jun 08, 2013 2:33 PM

Floral Designer
RE: May Tomlinson grave
this is typical F A G weekend with their traffic
plus Easter weekend. Happens all the time here. Happy Easter.. Barb

Added by Floral Designer on Mar 31, 2013 8:31 AM

Floral Designer
RE: May Tomlinson grave
this was an unmarked graved photo is there.please read caption.. your welcome ..

Added by Floral Designer on Mar 30, 2013 7:00 PM

Floral Designer
Ferncliff request
please call for location, photo will be done with in 24 hours once posted.. to many for us to call the office they know this is genealogy. Thank you
1-914-693-4700.. this is over a year now. sent 2 message on the request list.

Added by Floral Designer on Mar 16, 2013 9:01 AM

CRob
RE: Daniel & Blanche Maass gravestones
Leslie, you are most welcome. Yes you may use the photo and thank you for asking 1st. CRob

Added by CRob on Mar 06, 2013 9:49 PM

Don S
RE: Burney graves
You are very welcome. If we can help you in any way, just ask.

Added by Don S on Aug 19, 2012 8:53 AM

Ed Townsend
Rickmond -Leemont
I posted pictures on your request, but they are also listed in Leemont Cemetery, city of Danville, Danville VA. same cemetery, but listed seperate because of address. Other Rickmonds in that plot.Perkinson on other side of stone.

Ed

Added by Ed Townsend on Jul 06, 2012 1:44 PM

In memory
P. Heimsath
Hi, Thank you so very much for trying to locate and take a photo of P. Heimsath's headstone. His name was on the 1970 list that was compiled by the Bandera County Historical Society--a group of little ladies that had lived in Bandera Co. for most of their lives and knew most everyone--and I think that possibly they knew the Heimsath family and thought that he would be buried next to his father when the time came. Thanks for comfirming that he did not have a headstone. Your kindness is greatly appreciated!! In memory

Added by In memory on May 28, 2012 2:27 PM

SLW
Luton links
I have linked James' parents as you asked. I noticed that Roger took a photo of their marker but only posted it on Mary's page. If I were you I'd copy it and post it on Frederick's page also, making sure to credit Roger in the comment section under the photo. I have done that before when I've had the same situation. Or you could contact Roger and have him do it. He's really nice and very prompt.

Happy Sunday,
Sylvia

Added by SLW on May 20, 2012 9:34 AM

Bill VanStone
Eric Maass
Leslie, I found another Maass, by chance, at Mt. Hope Cemetery in West Seneca, NY. It's only a short distance from John and Elizabeth. I've put up a site for Eric Maass on FindAG. Let me know if he's family and I'd be happy to transfer him to you. Have a great day.

Regards

Added by Bill VanStone on Apr 27, 2012 6:34 PM

Amanda Trill
RE: Josiah Watson #55395810
Just transferred him over to you! :)

Have a wonderful day!
-Amanda

Added by Amanda Trill on Apr 24, 2012 9:21 AM

Edward Toy
Maass
I will transfer it to you, would you also like the other five Maass stones I added ?

Ed Toy

Added by Edward Toy on Apr 19, 2012 1:28 PM

Becky Bowman
RE: Bowers grave photo
Hi Lesley, Your welcome and it was abt 65 degrees. Not too bad. We drove three hours to Albion and tried to find the three family members supposed to be there but could only find one. We went to the courthouse and got some neat records. The cemetery is huge, so we did alot of walking, but I needed it.
We lived in Arlington Texas for three years and Waxahachie for abt a year. My youngest son was born in Fort Worth. (I really do miss that weather!!)
Glad I could help
Becky

Added by Becky Bowman on Feb 23, 2012 5:10 PM

Bill VanStone
Maass Translation
No problem at all. It's the only way I seem to be able to practice my German!

Added by Bill VanStone on Nov 25, 2011 8:42 PM

Bill VanStone
Maass Translation
Leslie, the translation is on Elizabeth's site, with the picture of the German script on the stone. On it are the German and the English translation.

Added by Bill VanStone on Nov 25, 2011 6:32 PM

Bill VanStone
RE: Maass gravestones
Das hat mich auch sehr erfreut!

Have a wonderful Holiday with ALL you relatives!

Bill

Added by Bill VanStone on Nov 07, 2011 10:18 PM

Bill VanStone
Maass Photos
Well, I think I have pics of John Maass' grave. It was broken off and laying on the ground, so it's taken a lot more weather, dirt, snow and traffic over the years. It's very light, but you can make out the name and a few other letters.

I also added a photo to Elizabeth's site, with the German inscription.

Below that I added the approximate English translation. I can either leave that or you can add something else in the transcription area of the site. Let me know what you'd like.

I'll also add a photo to each site, showing the stones for both Elizabeth and John. John's is behind the one for Elizabeth.

Erfolg!

Added by Bill VanStone on Nov 07, 2011 6:18 PM

Bill VanStone
RE: Maass Photos
I'll take another look this week. There's often not any rhyme or reason to a Plot # and the actual site, but the older stones do stand out, so I'll try to find John. THe weather's been holding up pretty well so far!

Added by Bill VanStone on Nov 06, 2011 6:45 PM

Bill VanStone
RE: Maass Photos
It certainly doesn't hurt that I majored in German in college. I find so many of these type stones in the Western New York area. The cemetery where the Maass stones are is very small and primarily German. I hope I can find the marker for John.

Let me know if you need any of this translated.

Happy to be of help,

Alles Gute!

Bill

Added by Bill VanStone on Nov 04, 2011 10:00 PM

Bill VanStone
Maass Photos
I took a pic of Elizabeth Maass in St. Paul's Lutheran cemetery in West Seneca, NY. There may be one of John, but many are faded and virtually illegible.

The pic that I took shows the top half of the headstone, which is broken off and laying in front of the bottom half, which has an additional inscription in German. I will try to add that inscription later.

Added by Bill VanStone on Nov 04, 2011 6:04 PM

Gooseneck Farm
Kuhl
Frederika now has a photo of her gravestone. Maplewood is a beautiful cemetery. Lots of trees and shade. The Kuhls are right alongside one of the roads inside the cemetery. Found it from the car! Lori

Added by Gooseneck Farm on Aug 16, 2011 5:54 PM

Gooseneck Farm
The Kuhls
Hello,
I uploaded your Sophia and Herman photo requests.
Next to their stone was Daughter Frieda M. Kuhl 1892-1970 gravestone. Would you like that one too? Lori

Added by Gooseneck Farm on Aug 14, 2011 11:31 AM

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