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Melinda Shibles (#47682306)
 member for 4 years, 9 months, 8 days
Mark's Mom
RE: You !

Thank you for the kind words. I love your smile, you look like you're a happy fun person ! Poor Harry Snowball I hope he's resting in peace !

Best Regards,

Added by Mark's Mom on Aug 08, 2016 11:44 PM

Lon Mason
Lola Marie Bacon Christopherson

Thanks so much for the photo of Lola Marie Bacon Christopherson's tombstone. Your efforts are greatly appreciated.


Added by Lon Mason on Jul 23, 2016 2:42 PM

cathy w
Thank you so much for taking such a wonderful photo for the Dallman's way out there, since I live in Minnesota it really means a lot. Cathy W.

Added by cathy w on Jul 21, 2016 10:03 AM

Delia Ann Webster
Hi, could you please transfer the page for my Ggggg Auntie Delia Ann Webster to me. If necessary I can document the relationship. Thank You. Pat Johnson

Added by Family on Jun 29, 2016 5:12 AM

Headstone Genealogist
Mount Royal Cemetery Photo Request
Mount Royal Cemetery has 165 acres. The burial plot location must be supplied so a volunteer can go take the photo.

You can get this free information by filling the form here: and in the "Desired Service" field, select "Burial Location (free)" and enter the information.

If the Genealogy page was not helpful then email your request to

The cemetery will email you the location (3-10 working days).

Have the memorial updated with the plot number.

You will have made it possible for the photo to be taken.

Added by Headstone Genealogist on Jun 17, 2016 4:38 PM

Lisa Hildreth Rhodes
RE: Mary Dodge
Thanks, Melinda. I don't remember requesting the photo. May have been in the wee hours. The one posted is very fuzzy.:( Lisa

Added by Lisa Hildreth Rhodes on May 14, 2016 1:57 PM

R & J Black & G Key
Stone Photo
Thank you for posting a stone photo for Virgil A McClure.

Added by R & J Black & G Key on Apr 18, 2016 9:58 AM

Tina Gillmor
RE: Webster
you are welcome! The SF Columbarium is an amazing place. Do take the time to see it if you go to San Francisco. The building's architecture is amazing and the niches are fascinating. I did this as part of's Find-a-Grave day, Oct 18 which was a world wide event. It was fun to do it as a community. I've only done it solo before.

Added by Tina Gillmor on Oct 19, 2014 12:33 PM

Bertram family
No, sorry. No relation. Good luck with your search. ~ Jan

Added by Jan on Sep 01, 2014 10:53 PM

re:websters photo. requests
Hi, I happened to see your request and attached note.
Some facts. The Columbarium is NOT a cemetery. The Columbarium is an interesting and unique mausoleum. No headstones. I am a good photographer and find taking photos. there very, very difficult at best. It is not lit very well and the niches have such variety that one cannot categorize them. The top row is about 8'-10' off the floor. Nothing surprises me when looking for one.
Many are unmarked, just a name or only a blank concrete cover. Many are covered in glass; THAT makes them very difficult to photograph. So many are very old and the contents are falling apart and/or covered in dust.
It was abandoned for decades. The Neptune society has taken it over and have done a very nice job restoring it. It really is an attractive building. They are fairly helpful and courteous but I get the feeling that photography is not encouraged so I try to be inconspicuous. I live a mile away and MAY try photographing there again this summer. Cheers~rp

Added by rp on Jun 19, 2014 12:09 AM

RE: Laura Bostwick
Glad to help. Laura's headstone photo is posted now. There was 8 photo requests for that cemetery. I found half in my very quick search. Wish I could have found more.

Added by RAP on Nov 13, 2013 3:34 PM

Laura Bostwick
I have good news. I found your photo request at Old Belding Cemetery in Ionia County Michigan for Laura Bostwick. You asked if there were other Bostwicks there. I did not see anymore....however it was sleeting with a strong wind (I was freezing so could have missed others). She was resting between a Jacob L Rose and a Samuel Rose. Hope that helps. I would love to search the cemetery again but I live a couple hours away. Maybe in the spring.

Added by RAP on Nov 12, 2013 6:23 PM

RE: Mother and son link
Hi Melinda,
You'll have to contact Mike H, who is the contributor of Max Cluff's memorial, in order to get him linked to his mother. All links have to be done through the child's page. Luckily, Mike is very good at taking care of requests. I have worked with him a lot in the past.


Added by Logan on Jul 27, 2013 4:42 PM

RE: Jacobs Family
You are most welcome.

Added by BJH on Jul 09, 2013 7:06 PM


Added by JACQUELINE COOK on Feb 10, 2013 11:37 AM

David Lehman
Clark family
You're welcome
I have all the photos for the Clark family that you requested. Plus one of the oldest son Thomas he was on one side of the large headstone. I put a memorial on find a grave for Thomas. I will get the photos on later this week.
David Lehman

Added by David Lehman on Jan 14, 2013 6:30 PM

David Lehman
Clark family

Added by David Lehman on Jan 14, 2013 6:22 PM

Mike H
RE: Delvin Bingham
You're more than welcome.

Added by Mike H on Jan 04, 2013 7:47 PM

Pat Warren
RE: John Hogue
you are very welcome. I added photos of the children. Dillie, Laurence and Ralph. All are buried a few feet from John. All died in 1883 and 1885. so sad!

Where do you live? Are these folks related to you?

Added by Pat Warren on Dec 02, 2012 10:57 AM

Rev. Kevin Airrington
RE: Felix Yancy Allen

You are so incredibly welcome. I am glad that I could be of service to you.

Have a merry Christmas.

Kevin Airrington

Added by Rev. Kevin Airrington on Dec 01, 2012 3:58 PM

RE: Lena Wiese
You are very welcome. Blessings Jo

Added by Josway on Nov 26, 2012 5:29 AM

RE: Lena Wiese
You are very welcome. If you are a friend or family member, I would love to transfer the memorial over to you care.

Added by Josway on Nov 25, 2012 7:02 PM

Pat Warren
RE: Thomas Patterson
It was my pleasure. Laurel is a very interesting place. It is hilly and fun to explore.

All the best to you and yours, Pat

Added by Pat Warren on Nov 19, 2012 9:27 AM

John McGlothlin
RE: Mc Andrew Photos
You are most welcome.

Added by John McGlothlin on Nov 14, 2012 12:05 PM

John McGlothlin
RE: Mc Andrew Photos
Given the marriage info I'd now say the Thomas born in 1829 is not Margaret's husband. As far as Find A Grave goes, there are already memorials for all the people on the obelisk and for Thomas. The one for Thomas has incorrect dates because the photographer didn't scrape off the heavy moss and so read the dates incorrectly. I posted my photo and sent the manager a correction notice. I checked for Thomas before I went out but because of the incorrect dates I didn't think he was there and I didn't have the names on the second face of the obelisk so I wasn't sure if your Thomas was listed there or not. The cemetery records don't have a Thomas born in the 1840s so I'd say he's somewhere else. I hope that helps.

BTW, I use sharpened popsicle sticks to remove moss as that does no harm to the stone. Its a technique I learned when we were inventorying the cemetery. Just so you know no Find A Grave rules were violated.

Added by John McGlothlin on Nov 14, 2012 8:24 AM


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