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inkedbella (#47674287)
 member for 3 years, 7 months, 20 days
John P
RE: Tudgay
Your welcome. I go to Hanover Green about twice a year, since my father is buried there. My mothers' family (Rees, Thomas)is from Nanticoke. In about 2 hours, I only found 3 headstones to photograph. Plot locations dont mean much, and I only go on weekends when the office is closed. However, it's a beautiful place to go.

Added by John P on May 19, 2015 2:58 PM

Jean Williams
RE: Strasko
That could be, thanks.

Added by Jean Williams on Nov 21, 2014 12:50 PM

Jean Williams
Do you know where Terry M. Strasko (June 27, 1945-Dec. 20, 1981)is buried? Son of Josephine.

Added by Jean Williams on Nov 20, 2014 5:01 PM

Chuck Schubert
Thanks for checking on my entries. It really shows what happens when you are tired and it is 3 AM. chuck Schubert

Added by Chuck Schubert on Oct 04, 2014 7:14 PM

Joan S.
RE: Hebert Stones
You're very welcome! Joan S.

Added by Joan S. on Sep 01, 2014 7:44 PM

William Parise
RE: Davis Headstone
I am not really sure how to do what you are requesting. It has been quite a while since I messed around with find a grave. If you can give me some instruction I will gladly help you out. Thanks, Bill

Added by William Parise on Aug 22, 2014 7:02 AM

RE: Grakelow
Since you are family, how about you create the memorials and I will post the pictures later today when I get back to the computer. -JohnF

Added by JohnF on May 29, 2014 9:29 AM

RE: Mary Coulter, Mount Peace
Thanks, without the section and lot numbers in Mount Peace most photo requests will languish for many years. There is no place for a photo volunteer to start looking. There is a 40%-50%chance, on average, of finding a stone and that adds to the difficulty. I have been on a quest to reduce the backlog of aging photo requests in Mount Peace even though I live about 300 miles away. On our recent trip to the cemetery I was able to get pictures for about 100 requests, some dating back to 2007. This is because I was able to identify the locations of more than 200 of the requests through public records. I am now trying to let persons know what those locations are, and if we did not see a stone. If we saw a stone we took the picture. I have your requested picture for Charles Grakelow waiting to be posted.
By the way Gertrude (Jacoby) is located in U-650, grave #4, 1st burial. She was buried on 5/17/1948. Gertrude and her husband owned the deed to graves 3 & 4 starting in July 1940. Somebody named George Moll owned the deed to graves 1 & 2. We did not see a stone on U-650 but we were concentrating on the Grakelow main lot instead. Lots U-648 and U-650 are connected even though one would think that 649 should be in-between. Lots U-649 & U-651 are connected per a cemetery drawn map I saw and belong to the Gosnell & Gardener families. Maybe they are related to the Grakelow's. -JohnF

Added by JohnF on May 28, 2014 1:00 PM

Mary Coulter, Mount Peace
To help any photo volunteer within the large Mount Peace Cemetery please post the grave location on your photo request. She is buried in Section E-Annex, Lot 36. She was buried 1/8/1924. Thought you would like to know. -JohnF

Added by JohnF on May 28, 2014 8:02 AM

RE: Grakelow Family, Mount Peace
It appears that you have the Grakelow family well under control and don't need anything from me. We did a photo request fulfillment trip in Mount Peace this month and took a lot of pictures. I'll just post what I have and create memorials for those that aren't already done. By the way your latest photo request for Hannah Grakelow, I'll give you some unsolicited information. She is buried in Lot U-650, grave 3, 1st burial. Adding the section and lot number should help anyone that comes out to do a fulfillment picture. Mount Peace has 22 main sections and every one starts with #1. We did not see any stone on that lot but maybe we missed something. There are five others buried in that lot, Moll, Grakelow, and Jacoby last names. Good luck with your research.

Added by JohnF on May 27, 2014 7:24 PM

Grakelow Family, Mount Peace
Hi, I am a photo volunteer that does basic research on all pictures that I take before I post them. I was wondering if you had the actual burial information for the Grakelow family in Mount Peace. I came across the cemetery burial record and it might be a good idea to go over the information with you before I post what I have. There are 10 persons in the family Lot U-648 alone with only 6 engraved on the stone. In the photo request for Charles Grakelow you stated he is in U-649; he is not. That is another family's lot adjoining Lot U-651. That prompted this message. I understand how important every scrap of info is when tracing family history and wondered if you had the same info that I have. You can reach me directly at if you want. This stuff can get involved & lengthy. If it is not important disregard this. thanks & Regards - JohnF

Added by JohnF on May 27, 2014 3:35 PM

Tweety Emmett
Here is my email, send me a request, maybe it will work this way.

Added by Tweety Emmett on Apr 23, 2014 9:46 PM

Tweety Emmett
I tried to email you the photo's, and I got a message that their is an error with your email. Could you give me your email address again so I can send you the photos

Added by Tweety Emmett on Apr 22, 2014 2:17 PM

Flora Hardenberg Parker

Would you please link Flora Hardenberg Parker #108185186 with her husband, William Franklin Parker, #30958427?

Flora Hardenberg was the first wife of William Franklin Parker. Their daughter, Marjorie, was my grandmother.

His second wife was Florence Deckert Parker.

Thank you very much.

Added by L.N.D. on Mar 20, 2014 4:10 PM

RE: Tim Kerressey
You are very welcome. Pat

Added by PatS on Feb 24, 2014 2:22 PM

paul babiuk
RE: Chalker
Lillian's page has been updated as requested. Would you like me to transfer the other Chalkers to your care? Let me know.


Added by paul babiuk on Jan 14, 2014 8:51 AM

paul babiuk
RE: Chalker
Glad that I could help.

Just to let you know, there were other Chalker family members nearby...Lillian, Mary and William. I posted pics of their markers too.

take care,

Added by paul babiuk on Jan 13, 2014 11:49 AM

Jim Henwood
RE: Caroline Foy
Your very welcome glad I could help :) Jim

Added by Jim Henwood on Jan 09, 2014 9:31 AM

Matthew Mullin
Thanks for posting the picture of my Uncle Matt Mullin. It was just startling to see his young face staring back at me. Recognized him in a heart beat.

Added by JobyObee on Jan 06, 2014 1:50 PM

Jeri Herbert
Margaret Wood
Thanks for the transfer - it is greatly appreciated. Keep up the good work.

Added by Jeri Herbert on Nov 25, 2013 11:11 PM

paul babiuk
RE: Griffith
Glad that I could help.

take care,

Added by paul babiuk on Oct 14, 2013 2:54 PM

Thank you so much for the photo.

Added by MWD on Oct 11, 2013 2:52 PM

Carol & David
RE: Chivell
You are very welcome.

Added by Carol & David on Sep 04, 2013 1:09 PM

Kathy Farrell
(Farrell) Hample Photo
Thank you for this photo.

Added by Kathy Farrell on Aug 27, 2013 7:48 AM

Janet Quick
RE: Mgt Rowlands
There is a stone on the plot that simply says "Rowlands". Next time I get there I will take a picture of it. I am curious as to how you managed to get Beth to give you ownership of this grave, as I can't seem to find any way to contact her. How did you do it?

Added by Janet Quick on Jul 21, 2013 7:58 PM


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