|Kathie||marg McDonald 1868 StL Calvary|
I just posted a picture for you for Margaret, Please see the caption of both photos.
Added by Kathie on Jul 16, 2014 3:25 PM
|Phyllis M||Malvina Mossbarger|
I found a grave for Edward Mossbarger at Bethel which I photographed and put on the site. That monument lists his wife Malvina, but I see she later married an Edward Throckmorton. So I don't know whether she had been buried with her first husband or with the second. When I get a chance, I will check to see if I can find her as Malvina Throckmorton.
Added by Phyllis M on Jun 30, 2014 3:17 PM
|Lisa Creeger Perry||RE: Margaret Lingerfield|
Sorry, There was no marker as per the index card on file.
It only says:
Burial Date: 4-5-1909
Added by Lisa Creeger Perry on May 29, 2014 6:38 PM
|Christina ||Opal Millie Newton in Ferncliff|
Sec R Lot 29
Space 1 Opal Millie Newton d1923
Space 2 Hilda Newton d1996
Space 3 Robert Newton d1977
Space 4 Harold Newton d1977
Space 5 Martha Newton d1980
Added by Christina on Mar 15, 2014 4:31 PM
|Sly||Frances M. Morgan|
There is nothing on the stone about a baby, but it does say Frances M. wife of Clarence Morgan. I also checked the cemetery records but no baby, just Frances & Clarence.
Added by Sly on Mar 13, 2014 7:11 AM
|Joe Gibbens||John M Allen|
The symbols are "IXOYE" vertically inside a line drawing of a fish. On the web I found the origination as: "During the reign of Emperor Nero in Rome a persecution had broken out against the Christians living in that city. It caused them to flee to the catacombs to meet in secret and to use code words for things of a Christian nature. That symbol is what you may have seen with an "IXOYE" inside of it on the back of someone's car. This was a secret symbol Christian's used to identify each other then. The letters "I", "X", "O", "Y", and "E" are actually an abbreviation in Greek letters standing for Jesus Christ, Son of God, Savior."
You can call the cemetery about the burial but usually the only help relatives.
Added by Joe Gibbens on Feb 20, 2014 5:23 AM
I will go to the cemetery to be sure. When I did look Bessie and Edward are the only two Dunkelbergers listed. I believe the note is saying that Bessie is buried next to her husband. Her maiden name is Murphy which explains what I found out at Greenwood Cemetery in Newton, KS. A Murphy owned the plots where I found the three boys. The link below is how I was able to find the plot location and it also told me who owned those plots. Should you try the search yourself note on the right side you have to choose the cemetery name because there is one more cemetery the City of Newton has online. Hope this also helps as well.
Added by ttemple86 on Feb 19, 2014 11:26 PM
I can check Hillside Cemetery because that is where the parents are buried. Records are showing the boys in Greenwood in a town north of where Hillside is but I can try and see what is up.
Added by ttemple86 on Feb 19, 2014 11:07 PM
|ttemple86||Dunkelberger Boys, Greenwood Cemetery|
I went out to the cemetery today to fulfill the photo request and sadly none of them are marked. Records show that the plots were owned by a T.P Murphy, who is buried in the 4th plot in the section by the boys who are in plots one two and three. I did photograph Murphys stone and the empty location next to it for your records if you would like the pictures just contact me and I can get those to you. Hope this helps!
Added by ttemple86 on Feb 19, 2014 8:38 PM
|David L Aten Sr||Albert "Nat" Franzell Stone|
They did dig up marker today. I posted picture on Find A Grave. If you want more or the Raw picture, give me an address and will e-mail them. Good Luck and have a Great Day. David L Aten, Sr
Added by David L Aten Sr on Feb 11, 2014 6:38 PM
|David L Aten Sr||Albert "Nat" Franzell Stone|
I visited Chapel of the Chimes this morning in light rain. Previous information you have received is correct as far as location of graves and the fact there is no marker. However, went to office and dug in files. There was a military marker ordered in 2002 and records indicate it was set. The area of the grave is on a slight hill with a lot of gofer activity. Several years ago the whole area was buried by a mud slide from a hill behind cemetery. This is taken from personal knowledge as I have people buried in the area. It is believed that the stone was probably buried, and because no family visited and requested, nothing was done. They have, at my request issued a work order that the area be searched and attempts be made to find a buried marker, it be uncovered and cleaned. This will take a few to several days and I will follow up. Sincerely David L Aten, Sr
Added by David L Aten Sr on Feb 10, 2014 12:27 PM
|Irene Dowling||RE: Frank ell|
Maybe it has to do with money? It can be expensive to get the stone and get it engraved. Or, another thing I've found is that there was no one left to have it done. Maybe you could put something in the note section to say there is no headstone so you'll remember. Also the location is Garden of Honor 12N-4E-D2. Irene
Added by Irene Dowling on Feb 09, 2014 10:57 PM
|Irene Dowling||Frank ell|
Yvonne, I sent you a message that there are no headstones for Ethel and Nat. Is there some reason you are requesting them again? Irene
Added by Irene Dowling on Feb 09, 2014 9:43 PM
|James Hogan||re: John Harris request|
A lot of snow at the cemetery and makes it hard to take a picture. If you don't feel it is good enough, please request again in Spring when we can do a better job.
Added by James Hogan on Dec 27, 2013 8:38 PM
|@ngel||John Allen #47058546 Request|
Hi Yvonne, I am sorry to say that there is no headstone for JOhn Allen at Cedar Hill Cemetery in Newark, Oh. I confirmed burial location with the office staff.
Thank you--@ngel #47774099
Added by @ngel on Oct 26, 2013 4:01 PM
|Judy Mayfield||RE: McPherson|
Which McPherson's are you interested in? I live in Wichita, KS but do travel outside my area to take photo's. Believe it or not I was actually at the Tonkawa cemetery last Saturday. I wish you had contacted me last week. Ha! Saturday's road trip was terrible. It rained on and off the entire time I was at the cemeteries. I did not make it to Nash, OK as planned and do plan to make a return trip someday soon if the weather will cooperate.
Added by Judy Mayfield on Aug 07, 2013 10:42 AM
|Christina ||Mabel Hess|
I have added photos for Mabel and George in Sec O lot 223. As you can see the grave has 2 rather large bushes hiding it. It was quite a surprise to pull the bushes back and find the lovely carving on the top of the marker.
Added by Christina on Jun 05, 2013 7:25 PM
|Eileen Bridges||C. Clinton Allen|
I couldn't read the tombstone clearly from my picture so I checked with a transcription book which had been read when the stone was in good shape. I used the age given there which was 16y 2m 11ds. So I have changed the birth date. Hope this helps.
Added by Eileen Bridges on Apr 16, 2013 7:38 PM
|Linda Claxton||RE: John C Allen|
You're very welcome!
Added by Linda Claxton on Apr 02, 2013 8:43 PM
|Jan Fenter||RE: Edward Craig|
When I uploaded my first of two photos I saw that someone had already taken and uploaded 2 photos for Edward Craig's memorial a couple years ago. I wondered why you had made your request for more photos, but I went ahead and uploaded both my photos. The person who created the memorial may want me to remove my photos since Find a grave only gives space for 5 free photos per memorial. Also, the person who took the first 2 photos may also want me to remove my photos.
Added by Jan Fenter on Apr 01, 2013 10:16 PM
You are welcome for the photo, always happy to add photos to memorial pages.
Added by LKat on Mar 06, 2013 5:12 PM
I am very glad to help!
Added by D.Greek on Mar 02, 2013 12:57 PM
|Robert||Re: Hulda S. Grundeman Shaw|
Added by Robert on Dec 08, 2012 12:05 AM
|Cecil Vaden Jr.||Jessie Fedran @ Forest Park Cemetery in Houston|
I see you added a picture request for Jessie Fedran @ Forest Park Cemetery in Houston. I try to go there at least every other week. If you would call the cemetery at 713-928-5141 and get a "SECTION" and "LOT" I will try to get the picture you want. This is a very large (225+) acre cemetery and without a location would be very hard to find.
Cecil Vaden Jr
Find A Grave # 46998439
Added by Cecil Vaden Jr. on Oct 26, 2012 10:17 AM