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c smith (#47575524)
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albert hessell
Theresa weingartz
Theresa Weingartz that is buried on Mt olivet Cemetery is my aunt. There needs to be corrections made on her file. Theresa was never married. Christopher Weingartz that shows as her spouse was her brother. His wifes name was Theresa, but a different person.

Please ad the following info to her file

Father Joseph Weingartz Died 02/28/1950

Mother Barbara Smith Weingartz Died 11/05/1953


Michael Weingartz

Christoher Weingartz

Lawrence Weingartz

Clementine Weingartz Hessell 09/18/1902 - 06/11/1987

Aloysius Weingartz

Raymond weingartz

Cecilia Weingartz Brohl

George Weingartz

Thanks Al Hessell

Added by albert hessell on Aug 16, 2015 4:59 PM

CJ Jackson
No photo volunteers work in Mexico. Please delete your photo request. Maybe you could get a photo by calling the Cemetery.

Added by CJ Jackson on Aug 16, 2015 12:28 PM

Nagel Memorials
Thank you so much for the Nagel memorials. I appreciate all your Find a Grave work!


Added by Louise on Jul 11, 2015 8:32 PM

RE: Nagel photo remark
Thanks, I will take you up on your offer to manage the memorials. They are family and I would like to eventually add a biography when I get the family structure figured out.

Appreciate your time! Louise

Added by Louise on Jul 10, 2015 4:21 AM

RE: Glenda Kemp
You are more than welcome for the photo. If I can be of further help let me know.

Added by Cathy on Jun 30, 2015 6:54 AM

Kenny Dee
Just wonder when you will be getting around to updates your edited request. I have one to subject another I can't submit it cause another user sent you a update request for Salvatore Genna.

Date of Birth April 28rd 1883
Date of Death November 24th, 1931

Added by Kenny Dee on May 12, 2015 10:07 AM

Mrs. Bee
James Atkinson
Buried at Edgemont Cemetery, Anniston, AL. I am trying to get grave plot locations to make pictures of tombstones, but I need a general idea of a death date.

Added by Mrs. Bee on Mar 24, 2015 1:49 PM

Kenny Dee
RE: Salvatore Genna has a marker.
Request was sent

Added by Kenny Dee on Feb 20, 2015 3:42 AM

Kenny Dee
Salvatore Genna
I'm guessing that you wrote "77. 175 Photo ready..." on Salvatore Genna memorial page. What did you mean by this?

Added by Kenny Dee on Feb 18, 2015 2:47 PM

Jenny Sparling Davis
Olive Baldwin
Thank you!

Added by Jenny Sparling Davis on Feb 15, 2015 5:04 PM

Jenny Sparling Davis
Olive Baldwin

I am the great niece of Olive Sparling Baldwin. Her granddaughter, Jeanette Bossaller has given me permission to ask for a transfer. I have many documents and photos to add to her memorial. I would like to have her linked to our g grandfather as well. (I maintain his site). Thank you for the time you volunteer taking the photos in these cemeteries.

Jenny Davis

Olive Baldwin

Jenny Davis

Added by Jenny Sparling Davis on Feb 15, 2015 9:18 AM

RE: Infant Grayson Memorial #79998060
Thank you so much for your reply! I'm sorry my gratitude is so delayed...I'm new to findagrave and just now realized I had a new message! Please let me know if you ever come across any more information on this child.

Thank you again!


Added by amyad on Feb 13, 2015 2:09 PM

Infant Grayson
Memorial #79998060

I have been researching my Hadden line, and came across your record of an Infant Grayson, son of Ralph W, and Sophie Elizabeth Harper Grayson, that I have been unable to find additional documentation for. Can you give me any more information on this child? Do you know if the infant was male or female and if there was a burial near the child's family?

Added by amyad on Feb 02, 2015 10:02 AM

Krista AQ Thompson
RE: John Harrison
Ah, I see! It seems to me there is a "body lost or destroyed" option available when choosing disposition. Maybe that would fit?


Added by Krista AQ Thompson on Jan 20, 2015 6:21 PM

Matt Dean
RE: duplicate memorial
Thanks for pointing that out to me. I thought it was odd that there was not more info on Budd's page. I think I even checked for a duplicate record. The cemetery looks very nice since it was cleaned up. I was surprised no one had added photos of the grave stones previously. I have fixed it now.


Added by Matt Dean on Jan 19, 2015 10:32 AM

Dorie Leland
N. Rochester
Thank you for the information you provided about this family. I linked my Great Great Grandmother Sarah to her father. When weather gets better I am going to the grave and take pictures.

Added by Dorie Leland on Jan 14, 2015 9:21 PM

Corine Hardman
Rose Peters
Thanks for her photo. Grace is her sister.

Name: Rosina "Rose" Lauri Damico Peters

I am still trying to find her first husband. He is not buried in Resurrection. Rose only bought one lot.

Again, thanks for all your time and effort.


Added by Corine Hardman on Oct 16, 2014 12:39 PM

Corine Hardman
Rose Peters

Can you post her photo?

Also I made some edit requests for her.

I added Lambert and Pauline Peters to the cemetery and did a photo request for them as well.

Lambert was Rose's second husband. Her first was a Damico and I am not sure what his first name is. She could be buried with him as Lambert and Pauline are buried near each other.

Thanks for all you do. It is greatly appreciated.


Added by Corine Hardman on Oct 16, 2014 7:08 AM

RE: Lancaster Smith data
Thank you for your Find-A-Grave email. Sorry to be so late responding. I don't check my Find-A-Grave site often enough. My 2nd great grandfather (born 3 Sept 1823)John Exum Smith, at age 13, was apprenticed (bound out) in Wayne County, NC to Elisha Sasser on 17 Aug 1838. I have wondered who his birth parents were. The record indicates him simply as Exum Smith. Parents not indicated. He, along with Elisha and Esther Smith Sasser migrated to Anson/Union County, NC. Esther Smith Sasser was the daughter of Stephen Cullen & Patience Boyet Smith - both of Dobbs/Wayne County, NC. Because of the Exum name, I suspect he may descend from the Benjamin & Tabitha Exum Smith family.

Added by rcrotwell on Oct 11, 2014 6:49 AM

Tim Williams
Capt. John W. Smith Sumter Co AL
Tombstone photo has been added

Added by Tim Williams on Sep 28, 2014 9:45 PM

RE: John Smith, Sr.# 102262609
Thank you. I've two lines I'm investigating and your information is most helpful. I believe this one can be eliminated.
All the best,
Les Smith

Added by Aquaman on Sep 18, 2014 8:03 AM

John Smith, Sr.
My name is Les Smith. I, and my Smith ancestors have been in Mississippi since around 1815. Interestingly, there were two John Smiths - one moved to southwest Mississippi - Amite County. I note on your Memorial for John Smith, Sr., son of Arthur Smith, you note that the Smith line spent 140+ years in Virginia, 74 in North Carolina, 36 in Alabama and Mississippi.

There is much confusion as to who my John Smith is - imagine that - Do you have any information concerning the family move to Mississippi?

I'd appreciate greatly any information you may have concerning this.

Les Smith
Biloxi, Mississippi

Added by Aquaman on Sep 17, 2014 6:04 PM

Hiram Frost @ Wife @ Utica
Thank you so much for your lovely expertise of special plot & headstone photos. You do The Best ! Also, thank you for your prompt posting in less than a day and confirming that my "request a photo feature" is working - much appreciated.

Added by Marguerite on Jul 25, 2014 7:24 PM

RE: Frost photos duplicates.
Thanks, I've requested photos but I'm not sure if the "request a photo feature" is working in my email as it goes to my yahoo spam ? There is a gentleman who is in the process of photographing the entire Utica cemetery. I, and others, have photographed hundreds of headstones and added photos. If you don't add your photos before a request, someone else will probably add the photo before it is ever requested. You might want to add all the photos you have now. When you add a photo, people most often thank you even though the photo was not requested and it is a very rewarding experience to document the headstones before they fade.

Added by Marguerite on Jul 25, 2014 9:09 AM

Lewis M. Smith
Thank you very much for taking the photo of my uncle Lewis headstone.

Added by Sherry on May 25, 2014 9:23 PM


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