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Barbara Long (#47657241)
 member for 2 years, 10 months, 3 days
Super Scout
RE: Carrie Limber
Barbara, thank you for the message, as I am not related I transferred Carrie Limber to you. I am sure you are a better qualified caretaker of her memorial.

Added by Super Scout on Sep 17, 2014 7:49 PM

sandra topley
walter stevens
Hi Barbara, Walter was my great uncle and i can see there is no arguing with the gravestone and yet i find it hard to reconcile the dates. Walter was born 30th jun 1885. on his marriage to Catherine he was 29 - ok all thru the census this tallies with his birth. i was born in woolwich and there is NO walter born on this date but i have the birth cert for walter. can u think of any possibility that whoever erected the headstone got it wrong? Im at a loss. ps its also correct on his army record - sandy topley

Added by sandra topley on Sep 13, 2014 4:11 AM

RE: Moses Goldsmith
Thanks for the info, now makes sense. Check the changes please for correct info.

Thanks again.


Added by hoffduo on Aug 31, 2014 2:34 PM

Robert Wedding
Thomas Limber # 80709073
Per an article in the Titusville PA Herald dated 2 June 1914 Page 6 Column 5, "Alfred Limber of Meadville, recently removed the body of his father, the late Thomas Limber, from the cemetery here to Meadville."
According to the Greendale cemetery records, Thomas J. Limber was buried there in Section 2 Lot 90 on 23 May 1914 age 66 years 9 months.
Just an FYI so you can transfer his memorial to Greendale.

Added by Robert Wedding on Jun 24, 2014 8:11 AM

Photo permission
Yes, Barb you may use the photos for your tree. You're welcome and best of luck in your research!

Added by Bett on May 11, 2014 7:03 AM

Mat Tackett
RE: William Huston, Jr
Yes Barb you may use any and all photos I have posted.

Added by Mat Tackett on Apr 27, 2014 9:14 PM

RE: Henry Bodell
I'm afraid I'm not going to be any help to you - I simply walked/photographed the cemetery one day and Henry happened to be laying there. If there are other family members that are yours let me know and I'll gladly transfer them. -Chris

Added by Chris on Mar 24, 2014 7:30 PM

Colette Gressel - Moore
Hi Barbara, Thank you for pointing the date out to me. I had not had the chance to correct it. You might want to go back and read up on it.I added new info to the family. By the way are you related to them? Thank you again.

Added by Colette Gressel - Moore on Nov 13, 2013 5:42 PM

Linda Jemmett
RE: Cauvels
Barbara, you are more than welcome. This is what it is all about to me. You certainly may use the photos.


Added by Linda Jemmett on Oct 28, 2013 2:34 PM

John (Rod) Cauvel
Emma Jane Reed Cauvel
I copied the photo of Bruce/Emma's headstone from Bruce's memorial page. That photo was placed there by Linda Jemmett who should get the credit. Bruce is my Grand Uncle and the only one of John & Matilda Cauvel's children who didn't migrate to Washington State. I'm a Washington State Cauvel, the grandson of Charlie Cauvel, Bruce's brother. The unanswered question I've always had is WHY did they all leave and why did they all go to Spokane & Walla Walla?

Added by John (Rod) Cauvel on Oct 25, 2013 10:31 PM

John (Rod) Cauvel
Emma Reed Cauvel
I checked with my 'Reed Family' resource and found that Emma Reed Cauvel's birthday was 16 Jul 1858 and her death date was Sunday, 30 Nov 1943. I have made those corrections to her memorial and added additional information as well. Thanks again for bringing this to my attention.
Rod Cauvel

Added by John (Rod) Cauvel on Oct 25, 2013 1:28 PM

John (Rod) Cauvel
Emma Reed Cauvel
I am aware of the discrepancy between her listed birth year and the headstone date but never tracked it down. Thanks for lighting a fire under me. I have a 'Reed' contact who I will quiry and see if he knows the answer. My email address is if you want to contact me directly.
Rod Cauvel

Added by John (Rod) Cauvel on Oct 23, 2013 7:07 PM

RE: Grand Lawn Cemetery
If you are referring to the cemetery map, feel free to use it. (There is no need to post it to your Find a Grave memorial since it appears on the main page the cemetery.

If you do use it online or in any publication, please be sure to include my name as your source.
Julie Witkowski
Grand Lawn Cemetery
Thank you for all you've done and continue to do for Find A Grave.
I'm just getting started adding memorials and can't imagine doing as much as you have done.
I would like to ask your permission to copy the diagram that you have provided for Grand Lawn Cemetery in Detroit, Michigan to the memorial I created for my grandmother, Beatrice Eleanor Thompson Stone d. 1944. And if possible add the diagram to her profile onmy tree on Ancestry. If this is not possible, I surely will understand and respect your wishes.
Best regards,
Barbara Long

Added by J W on Oct 21, 2013 12:39 PM

Mareah Palmer
Lewis Limbert
I was curious about Lewis Limbert, and if you have any knowledge of him living in Cleveland, TN. or owning property in Cleveland, TN. My email is, and I'd love to hear any information you have regarding this. Thank you so much!


Added by Mareah Palmer on Oct 17, 2013 9:02 AM

Bob Galmish
Lizzie Reischman
Changed to Elizabeth. This cemetery was transcribed and words for the sake of a printout were heavily shortened. I now use the find and replace in Excel to change all of that, but did not think to do that back when I put them all in a spreadsheet that added them for Huber Cemetery back then. W/O means "Wife of..." SS means "on same stone as...." I have changed the notation to full words for future reference.

Added by Bob Galmish on Oct 09, 2013 5:49 PM

RE: Hamlet & Stinson
you are welcome and have a great night, need anything else feel free to ask.

Added by Islington on Sep 24, 2013 7:34 PM

RE: Hamlet & Stinson
Sure go ahead and use the pic. There is no entrance for the cemetery, it just sits next to the parking lot of the church. you can walk into the cemetery from 3 sides no fence or gates. Very beautiful and well cared for cemetery. take care.,-79.522023&spn=0.001329,0.00284&t=h&z=19

Added by Islington on Sep 24, 2013 4:14 PM

RE: Henry Bodell, Sr,
Hi - I'm not related. I walked/photographed that entire cemetery one day and I can't for the life of me find which computer the pictures are on (hence no picture). If you're related and would like to maintain the memorial let me know and I'll gladly transfer.

Added by Chris on Sep 17, 2013 8:53 PM

RE: Edwards
no worries

it is usually the site and not your fault, when the site hangs up when you submit the memorial it causes dupes. Happens to me from time to time as well. have a good day.

Added by Islington on Aug 16, 2013 1:12 PM

Richard Boyer
Reif markers - Homewood Cemetery
There are six Reif markers in Section 11, Lot 36:

Elizabeth - died 1947
Harold - died 1975
Frances - died 1988
Otto - died 1961
Herbert - died 1971
Mildred - died 1979

I put pictures of all the markers on Find-a-Grave.

Rich Boyer

Added by Richard Boyer on Aug 03, 2013 9:25 AM

Kathy's kin n more
RE: Evi Speir
YES, you may absolutely use the pictures! If you would like me to send them to you in jpeg format, send me your email and I will. Kathy

Added by Kathy's kin n more on Jul 23, 2013 3:29 PM

Kathy's kin n more
RE: Eli Speir
Hi Barbara. No, Evi is not a relative. I photographed this cemetery. If you would like me to transfer to you, please let me know. Kathy

Added by Kathy's kin n more on Jul 23, 2013 5:33 AM

Evelyn Jepson
RE: David Hall Strachan
No, am not a relative. Probably was just someone near to one of the ones I visit on a regular basis.

Added by Evelyn Jepson on Jun 28, 2013 9:41 PM

RE: Grand Lawn Cemetery
Hello Barbara, Any photo I post that does NOT have people in it is fine by me. You can do what ever you want with them if there are no people in them. Vickie

Added by cabingirl on Jun 26, 2013 6:29 PM

Iain MacFarlaine
Astwood Road
Dear Barbara,

Thank you for writing.

Yes, of course you may use the photograph. Please send me a link when you have done so, so I can see what your tree looks like.

The picture you can see on Find a Grave has been scaled down, rather severely. If you don't mind waiting, I can have a look for the original, which is of much greater resolution, although this reduced version may be sufficient for your purposes.


Added by Iain MacFarlaine on Jun 26, 2013 1:12 AM


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