|A. M. P. M.||Kunsky, Frazer & Bowen|
Thank you very much for taking the pictures of the burial locations for Frank, Clara & John. Thanks also for taking the picture of Lewis' headstone. I truly appreciate your time and help.
Added by A. M. P. M. on Jun 15, 2015 8:10 PM
|Wendy & John Corcoran||Thank you, Sheryl...|
Loved your post! You are too sensitive and compassionate to give up. We need all volunteers the same. And, it does feel good when one finds a loved one!
Lawrence C. and Bernice Janet Taylor Hild, photo by Sheryl Vanlandingham, 10, Jun 2015, for Find A Grave Memorial # 104715929 .
Thank you for your kindness and compassion in photographing our family grave, Sheryl.
You might also want to add the same photo to the husband, since it is now updated with her information.
Gratitude hugs and love, Wendy
Added by Wendy & John Corcoran on Jun 15, 2015 9:18 AM
|Carol & David||Howard Hoyt Rinker #147355135|
I saw you had claimed my photo request for Howard Rinker on the 3rd. I am wondering if you have not had any luck in finding a gravestone for him.
Added by Carol & David on Jun 14, 2015 3:49 PM
|Elaine R S||Kombrink photo|
Thank you very much for your time and efforts. I was afraid there would me no marker, thanks for looking.
Added by Elaine R S on Jun 04, 2015 5:46 AM
|CღM||Lenora Mary Engelke Enz & Husband George Enz|
Sheryl, Thank You Very Much for the Headstone photographs on both and adding them to their Memorial's. Your Time and Contributions to Find A Grave helps others greatly. We Thank You! Blessings...Carolyn and Marvin
Added by CღM on Jun 03, 2015 9:07 PM
Thank you for trying so hard
Added by ondreea on May 30, 2015 2:39 PM
|Mary Jane Presley (Leese)||Photo|
Thanks so much!
Added by Mary Jane Presley (Leese) on May 30, 2015 8:01 AM
|Monique Andersen||Joseph Smith|
There aren't words to show my appreciation for your kind efforts in filling these requests. Thank you from the bottom of my heart. Paying your kindness forward.
Added by Monique Andersen on May 25, 2015 8:29 AM
|Bonnie Waltman Radford||Irene Holschen|
Thank you very much for posting the markers for my friend Irene and her husband. She was the sweetest lady to everyone and lived to be a Centurion!
Added by Bonnie Waltman Radford on May 19, 2015 8:59 PM
|Judy S||Murray Spilker grave|
Thank you so much for getting the photo of this grave! Your work is greatly appreciateded!
Added by Judy S on May 18, 2015 3:19 PM
|Kathryn Genczo||RE: John Graf Tombstone|
Thank you for the information. I come from the Graf line. My Grandmother Ella Graf came from that line. Some day maybe I will be able to get there and visit the place of burial. Thanks again.
Added by Kathryn Genczo on May 09, 2015 2:09 PM
|Kathryn Genczo||John Graf Tombstone|
Thank you for trying to get photo. I had a feeling that there was no stone.
Added by Kathryn Genczo on May 08, 2015 10:04 AM
|Barbara Wiley Hamby||RE: Thank you|
ok just wanted to see if you saw that it said.....i know you have worked hard at it....so when i noticed the difference i wanted to make sure you saw it.....Hope your doing ok.....been a while since i heard from you!!!
Added by Barbara Wiley Hamby on May 04, 2015 11:12 PM
|Barbara Wiley Hamby||RE: Thank you|
did you notice the differences in her parents??
Added by Barbara Wiley Hamby on May 04, 2015 10:46 PM
|tkbruce||RE: John J Carr|
I don't recall any previous discussions about a John Carr. The burial record you provided is for a John Carr who was buried in Sts. Peter and Paul Cemetery in St. Louis in 1912. Your photo request is for a John Carr that was buried in St. Peter Cemetery in Kirkwood in 1901. The Archdiocese has a burial record for him online and the details match those on the FindAGrave memorial. I see you have several photo requests for Carrs in that cemetery. I'll see if I can get over there soon and find the headstones.
Added by tkbruce on May 04, 2015 1:59 PM
|Melinda||Baby Edward Martens|
Sheryl thank you for trying - that was so nice of you to send me who is buried in that location with Baby Edward and also to put up the photo of the location, he deserves that! I really appreciate your time and energy and your help!!
Added by Melinda on Apr 30, 2015 2:48 PM
|Mark Gentry||RE: Minnie Holt|
Sheryl - Thank you for the photo of the final resting place of Minnie. However, after reviewing the Death Certificate you sent me the link for, I noticed that this Minnie may not be the individual I am looking for since it indicates she was "Colored". I don't believe the Millie Frances Holt I have been researching was "Black" (although I have no way of knowing). I have an unsourced reference to a MIllie Frances Holt who was reportedly married to Ed Oldham of Kentucky (I believe he was considerably older than her - he was born around 1793-5) and the Minnie you cited for me would have been born around 1840-5. I have a newspaper clipping from 1910 in Lexington, KY regarding the death of William Edward Oldham (son of Ed Oldham) that references his surviving "aged mother, Millie Francis of Shelbina, MO." This is the individual I am seeking. I don't know what her last name was at this time as William's father (Ed) had passed away in 1871 and Millie would likely have remarried in the intervening 39 years!
I truly respect your expertise in the genealogy field and would welcome any assistance you might be able to provide. I have searched the Missouri Death Records after 1910 for a Millie Oldham (no luck), a Millie Francis (assuming the newspaper article might have listed her married name, again, no luck), and of course, a Millie Holt (no luck). Some people just don't want to be found!!
Thanks again for all of your help (and for the volunteer photo you took of Minnie's grave site). I hope it wasn't too much of a bother for you.
Added by Mark Gentry on Apr 30, 2015 1:39 PM
|Donald Thorn||james russell|
Thank you very much for taking time to take this photo
Added by Donald Thorn on Apr 30, 2015 12:27 PM
Thank you so much for finding those photos! It's very much appreciated. In the plot for Leo and Theodore Krzeminski, you said the other family members are buried there. Do you know the names of the other family members? They may be new to me and help in my research. Thanks again!
Added by AnthonyP on Apr 29, 2015 11:45 PM
Thanks for taking the time to look for a headstone for Johanna Krumanocker. I appreciate your efforts.
Added by JPK on Apr 29, 2015 10:22 PM
|Mark Gentry||RE: Minnie Holt|
Sheryl - Thank you so much for the link and source of death records. I did not know about that site, but I will definitely add it to my trusted resources now to assist me in following all of the relatives that passed that way after leaving KY.
Thanks again for being so helpful and sharing your information.
Do you think we might be able to locate her final resting place?
Added by Mark Gentry on Apr 29, 2015 4:43 PM
|chris ||RE: Electa Dill Collins|
Yes i do, what you like me to email it to you?
Added by chris on Apr 27, 2015 2:33 PM
|Cheryl||RE: Change cemeteries|
I am pretty sure that I tried that. In fact, without my doing anything, the Vahalla button was checked, but the program would not let me
correct it. I will go into the Edits again just to see if there is something else that I might see that would allow it to change. Interesting. And thank you for saving all of those people who found themselves displaced! :)
Added by Cheryl on Apr 27, 2015 7:30 AM
|Gary L. Evans||Rose Hill Cemetery, Kirkwood, MO|
RE: Rose Hill Cemetery in Kirkwood, MO. It is non-existent. There was never a cemetery by that name in Kirkwood, per the Kirkwood Historical Society.
I called & talked the Kirkwood Historical Society (314-965-5151).
The Rose Hill sub-division of Kirkwood was laid out in the late 1800ís. Per the Kirkwood Historical Society, when referring to Rose Hill area cemetery it is actually the Saint Peter Cemetery which was established in the early 1830ís and always been called Saint Peter Cemetery. For whatever reason some death certificates refer burials at Rose Hill in Kirkwood which is the Saint Peter Cemetery.
I have the memorial for Fenton Brandenburg (# 104549637) w/burial in Saint Peter Cemetery.
Added by Gary L. Evans on Apr 26, 2015 7:01 PM
|Cheryl||Glenn E. Willets|
I have added the Section number that you provided and although in my Find a Grave data, the program will not allow me to change Forest Hill to Valhalla Cemetry. Apparently Vahalla is a section within Forest Hills, and FH is staying. Even though it is checked, I cannot force it to come up on Glenn's page. So, it will remain this way until that is either corrupted or we just live with it. Your note helps any future Willets who wants to see the location to figure out how to do so. I am curious though regard Armestead? Do you have any information on this person?
Thank you for locating the site of Glenn's burial.
Added by Cheryl on Apr 26, 2015 10:30 AM