Thank you for taking the time to get the photos of the Dearey's. I was helping a friend's family out.
Added by Maureen on Dec 03, 2014 8:23 PM
|Whitfield||Ross @ Evergreen|
I already have photos for the Ross family and will be posting them later tomorrow.
Just wanted to save you a trip!
Added by Whitfield on Nov 18, 2014 3:27 PM
Thanks for the update on the cemetery situation. I was wondering. I live in Washington County, OR so know about the winds. I'll leave the request for her up. Please note that I also requested a photo for her husband, Vearl L. Berry.
Added by Kaye on Nov 14, 2014 6:50 PM
|photos preserve memories||Daniel Patrick Monaghan|
Thank you so much for the photo. It looks like it was pretty cold weather for you too. I also want to thank you for finding the burial location for his parents and brother, and for making memorials for them. Many thanks for all your help.
Added by photos preserve memories on Nov 14, 2014 4:54 PM
With the extra sweep of snow? also again Thanks
Added by K. Roberts on Nov 14, 2014 3:22 PM
Thank you so much for the picture. What a beautiful headstone.
Added by Peggy on Nov 14, 2014 10:29 AM
|William Croghan||Charles Croghan Pic|
thanks so much for the picture!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Added by William Croghan on Nov 14, 2014 7:13 AM
|Cheryl Sletten||Thank You!|
Thank you for the photograph of Rosemary Ehrich. It is so wonderful to be able to see this when it is so far away that I will never get there.
Added by Cheryl Sletten on Nov 14, 2014 6:20 AM
|Ken Smith||John Fiske|
Lani, thank you for posting the bio of John Fisk.
Added by Ken Smith on Oct 16, 2014 3:39 PM
|Carol M.||Ridgelawn Cemetery|
If you will call the office at Ridgelawn and get the location of your ancestors graves I will try to get a photo for you. When I was there the woman in the office was very uncooperative and told me it wasn't her job to look those things up for me. If's a fairly large cemetery.
A fellow researchers is emailing me a map.
Added by Carol M. on Jun 25, 2014 9:54 AM
|aven||Miller Photos at Maple Lawn|
You may use my photo's for your personal history file. You may not use my photo's at any site that requires payment (like ancestry.com.) although you can create a link from a paid site to Find A Grave. That way they remain free for anyone to view.
Thanks for asking.
Added by aven on Jun 06, 2014 3:19 PM
|cindy hall||Woodlawn Cem Photo Request|
Hi. I am a Find A Grave volunteer and would be happy to take your requested tombstone photo(s) at the Woodlawn Cemetery in Urbana, Illinois. The problem is, the cemetery cannot release burial information to a volunteer. It involves the privacy act. Check the front page of the cemetery memorial to see their policy. If you can include the burial location, section, block, etc., then volunteers can get those photos for you.
Added by cindy hall on Jun 02, 2014 6:48 PM
|Rick Sturgis||RE: Marshall J LaCombe Photo|
Yes Lani, you may use my photo of Marshall's headstone for your genealogy records.
Added by Rick Sturgis on May 06, 2014 6:02 PM
|Al Cross||RE: Angus Leitch Photo|
Thanks for the nice thoughts....
Please feel to use the photo, in any way you wish.
I would appreciate the credit.
Added by Al Cross on Apr 28, 2014 7:07 PM
|Bob Agee||RE: Ruth Ann Schneller|
Hi Lani ... you certainly may and thank you for asking.
Added by Bob Agee on Apr 15, 2014 9:38 PM
|Louis Roth||RE: Anna Pogson|
They sent to me
Plot: Section S- Tier 7- Niche 29
Added by Louis Roth on Apr 10, 2014 8:00 AM
|Louis Roth||RE: Anna Pogson Request|
no harm, no foul
I love going out there to take photos as I know how much it means to people in most cases.
sometimes I'm not sure why people post requests, much of the time I never even hear back from anyone after fulfilling requests.
the folks that are happy with the results make it all worthwhile
find me the exact location and I'll find where they are buried
its what I do
Added by Louis Roth on Mar 27, 2014 11:30 PM
Thanks for the info on the difficulty finding markers for the Peffleys. If you don't have the maximum number of photo requests, you could leave it posted until you need to request another.
Added by Ed Barnhart on Mar 27, 2014 5:08 PM
|Louis Roth||RE: Anna Pogson Request|
the memorial shows this location:
Plot: Garden / Section: D Row/Tier: TIER 7
if it is Partially correct, then all it tells us is the Tier number and the section.
It does not tell the tier.
I don't understand what you don't get from my note.
I thought it explained things pretty clearly:
Please call 650-755-0580 and get the grave location and add to the memorial so that we can get you some photos.Or, you can contact the cemetery office via email in order to obtain the grave location.http://www.cypresslawn.com/_mgxroot/page_10764.phpPlease post to the memorial or Send a Correction to the owner of the memorial so that it can be added.Once you have done this then it will be an easy matter for us to go out and get your request fulfilled.
Added by Louis Roth on Mar 26, 2014 6:42 PM
|Doris Moore||RE: Olive LaCombe|
My sister and I love to walk Mound Cemetery and we were glad to find Olive's stone. Of course you may use the photo.
Added by Doris Moore on Jan 11, 2014 6:44 AM
|DocWriter||RE: Photo Permission|
Of course you may! Let me know if I can be of further assistance:)
Added by DocWriter on Sep 20, 2013 2:27 PM
|Mark A. Swafford||RE: Stella Pefley|
I will have to go back out to the cemetery and I will without a problem. Not sure why I didn't do it the first time. Please send a new photo request for the picture and I will act on it asap. Peace!!
Added by Mark A. Swafford on Aug 23, 2013 6:52 PM
|Doug Mumma||RE: Maria Mumma Peffley|
[The following information was provided to me in 2004 by Gale Honeyman firstname.lastname@example.org
An affidavit was signed 26 Jan 1832 in Montgomery County OH for the marriage of Jacob Peffley and Maria Mumma with her brother Jacob Mumma attesting. Marriage Affadavits of Montgomery Co., OH March 29, 1824 - September 19, 1857 by Rose Shilt.
There was no return of the marriage made to the court by either the performing minister or Justice of the Peace. Found in the Ft. McKinley Cemetery located on the west side of Dayton are the following markers: Maria wife of Jacob Peffley died July 12, 1833, age 40 years; Jacob Peffley died August 28, 1851, age 79 years. Jacob was born c1772 in Bethel Township, Lancaster [now Lebanon] County PA and died in Madison Township, Montgomery Co OH. Maria was the second of three wives, the first being my 4th great grandmother Catharine Longenecker and the third Mary [not established, possibly Hock]. To my knowledge, Maria did not have a child. The heirs of Jacob filed a Petition for Partition for the 165 acre farm owned by their father in Madison Township in the April 1853 term of Common Pleas Court, using the spelling of Peffly which is the spelling used by my branch of the family. Book N, p 328. Jacob and likely his wives, held membership in the Lower Stillwater German Baptist Brethren church district.
Maria, Jacob and Catharine Peffley's names are recorded in the 1934 listing of Fort McKinley Cemetery recorded by Lindsay Brien in 1934.
I also have a map of the cemetery that was created in 1965 by the Dayton City Division of Engineering, when there was a widening project of Free Pike Avenue. They had to identify all of the known burials and and then reinter those whose graves were in the construction area. I have personally searched this map and can find no Peffey's listed. Magnify the map in good graphics program and search around.
There is an interesting article that was printed in the Dayton Daily News in 1994 about the cemetery that you might like to read.
Added by Doug Mumma on Jul 25, 2013 3:40 PM
|Ginger Kooser||photo request unfilled|
Sorry I was unable to find any head stones for Jacob Peffley or Catherine Peffley at Fort McKinley Cemetery in Dayton, Ohio.
Added by Ginger Kooser on Jul 11, 2013 5:06 PM
|Stephanie Williams||RE: Hannah Fisk|
You're very welcome!
Added by Stephanie Williams on Jul 06, 2013 7:20 PM