|Kathi Lynn King||ewings|
the women would have been under their married name if they were married if you send me their married names i will try to find them.
Added by Kathi Lynn King on Dec 20, 2011 7:29 AM
|Kathi Lynn King||Ewing|
The other Ewing in that plot is Katherine Ewing Morrow if you know the married names for the women I can check with the office to see if they are there
Added by Kathi Lynn King on Dec 13, 2011 11:49 AM
|Peter Joseph ("PJ") Braun||RE: FAG|
Karen, if you can't find her somewhere else, it still is possible that she IS buried in the Knights of Pythias Cemetery next to Clyde. Unfortunarely, we just can't prove it since the records don't exist. This has happened to me in the past, with records lost in a fire.
It's frustrating, but there are some walls that can't be torn down. I wish you well in your search... take care & be well, "PJ"
Added by Peter Joseph ("PJ") Braun on Nov 17, 2011 7:54 PM
|B.J. Waters||Adah and William Payne|
Hi Karen. I was able to shine it up a little bit so that Adah's name shows up better. I deleted the older photo. I put some silk roses in their vase and took another photo, too. It didn't come out with their names readable, but you can see the flowers. You might want to change the order of the photos so that the close-up one is on top.
I just wanted to let you know that their crypt is next to that of former Detroit Tigers baseball player, Dwight Carter.
Added by B.J. Waters on Oct 23, 2011 8:38 PM
|Law-Miller Roots||RE: Birckhead=FAB|
There are quite a few tombstones laid end-to-end in that one corner of Block S5. Many of these individuals unrelated and, I suspect, markers that have been moved from elsewhere in that section.
I could not read most of the text for Abraham Birkhead, but clicking on the photo tab and then clicking on the picture should bring it up full-size and a bit more readable.
The burial record for Abraham has death date as 7/18/1848; He was buried in Block S5, Lot CG, Grave 1.
Added by Law-Miller Roots on Sep 15, 2011 8:31 PM
|Anonymous||Childs & Campbell|
There is no headstone for Anna Childs.
Mary Campbell is not listed in our records, so she is not buried in the Adrian Cemetery. Notes in records states that around 1901 she moved to Hennepin County, MN. Died in that county, November 5, 1947. So she may be buried in the Minneapolis,MN. area.
Added by Anonymous on Sep 12, 2011 9:13 AM
Thank you for your suggestion regarding Francis Mummery. When I saw your note, and looked at her memorial, I thought: oops, I put the male version of the name on the memorial. However her name is indeed Francis. It is not one of the best stone photos I have taken, but the stone does say Francis – took a magnifying glass to it! In the 1860 census, her name is spelt Francis as is her daughter. I need to leave some history on her memorial, I am so glad you brought her to my attention.
I really do like to leave history about the folks for whom I establish memorials. That being said, I noticed that your surname is Childs. There is a Catherine and Benjamin Childs at Maplewood Cemetery in Lake County, Indiana. I have never been able to find anything about them. Are they related to your family?
Added by Tina on Aug 06, 2011 10:32 PM
|Linda Carpenter Shindler||RE: Childs|
There were several Childs stones right together and this one that had nothing inscribed on it. Both sides were flat. I posted it since you had a photo request. If you check for the other Childs in that cemetery, you will see the other stones for that family. I walked that cenetery 4 different days looking for all the photo requests and never found any other stone for anyone named Childs. The funeral home in Shell City has the cemetery records on the computer so you could possibly contact them and find out if she is buried with the other Childses. Sorry! Linda
Added by Linda Carpenter Shindler on May 30, 2011 7:32 AM
|Wayne & Debbie||E. Saxton Stone|
Sorry it's hard to read, yes its washed out that bad but the engraving is still there.
I could rub some dirt on it next time i am there.
Added by Wayne & Debbie on May 21, 2011 8:58 AM
|Jean Wenke||Elizabeth White Piper|
I have transferred this memorial to you. Always happy to for family members. I haven't run across an obit for her husband, John, but if I do, I will let you know. I will try to get out and take pictures of tombstone requests soon.
Added by Jean Wenke on May 17, 2011 7:38 PM
More your way
Added by ProgBase on Feb 24, 2012 10:49 AM
|Richard Yates||RE: Hawkins|
It does look pretty clear that Mary Isabel, etc, are at Pioneer Cemetery. Another cemetery that is actually very close to the state hospital grounds is the Lee Mission Cemetery. The web site for searching names there is:
I looked there and saw several Hawkins and Cooks.
By one of those odd coincidences that sometimes come up in this genealogy business, I saw on the Lee Mission listing a plot that is reserved for Mary Hawkins, next to her sister, Mavis, who died in 2000. Here's the coincidence: I worked at the state hospital for 30 years and knew Mary and Mavis Hawkins there!
Added by Richard Yates on May 16, 2011 8:38 PM
Added by ProgBase on Feb 24, 2012 10:48 AM
|Richard Yates||RE: Salem Pioneer Cemetery|
I don't know what the 'Old Rural' cemetery is. Pioneer Cemetery certainly was originally well outside of town, although it is now surrounded.
The directory and map at Pioneer Cemetery were very clear about the location of the grave and I double checked against the location of the Bantas in the same plot #295.
Added by Richard Yates on May 16, 2011 3:20 PM
Added by ProgBase on Feb 24, 2012 10:47 AM
|Scott Vrooman II||Question about a grave you submitted...|
Dates for his involvement with the Vermont Militia are listed, as well as his exact birth date. I'm doing some genealogy work, and I'd be very interested to know what the source was on those, because it would help me greatly. Thanks!
Added by Scott Vrooman II on May 08, 2011 4:59 PM
Your photo request for Anna Childs can not be fullfilled as there is no headstone for her. As for Bertha Childs she is not listed in our records as being buried in the Adrian Cemetery.
Added by Anonymous on Apr 25, 2011 11:53 AM
|Al M.||RE: Riehl|
You're very welcome. I don't know if you noticed, but I found a maker for their daughter Margaret and created a memorial for her.
Added by Al M. on Apr 03, 2011 10:47 AM
|Paul Loots||RE: question?|
Thank you for the inquiry. I will have to do some research as this entry was added over a year ago and is from my wife's family. Her line is through Charles's brother Henry, who also died in Santa Barbara. I show that Charles Richard Hayward's younger brother Edward J Hayward died June 23, 1911 in Santa Barbara. His brother Alfred, sister Ellen (Pierce) and sister Emily (Pierce) also died in Santa Barbara. Six siblings in all. I do not know about their internments, which is why I have not added them to Find a Grave. Most of the information I have is from written family history done by others.
Added by Paul Loots on Feb 12, 2011 10:56 AM
|Joy Wilson||James C Mullins|
A suggestion a correction for his birth year, according to his grave his birth year is 1874. thanks joy
Added by Joy Wilson on Jan 11, 2011 9:46 PM
|Ted G. Fleener||??|
Do you have what you need? I went to high school with a Williamsson in Missouri. His father was on the board of curators for the University of Missouri.
Added by Ted G. Fleener on May 19, 2008 4:57 AM
|Ted G. Fleener||Hillcrest/Volga|
My wife and I spent a couple hours in Hillcrest yesterday. It is a beautiful cemetery on a hill west of Volga, Iowa. She sent all the files together, including the one for someone named Baumgartner. Mary's grave was very unique and probably the most difficult to find, but it was near the front entrance. It will be nice to see if they work out well for your memorials. Thanks.
Diane may drop you a note as well.
Added by Ted G. Fleener on May 19, 2008 2:27 AM
|Ted G. Fleener||Cecile Baumgartner|
Cecile is the last picture in the forward we sent. My wife and I spent a couple hours in the cemetery yesterday. Where do you want me to forward the file? We also did a Ewing request for the same cemetery. It is a very pretty cemetery.
Added by Ted G. Fleener on May 19, 2008 2:19 AM
|Jill and Ron||McKlveen mistake|
I just realized that I had told you the wrong Genealogical Society, I meant Harrison County,
they have books available for the different townships.
Added by Jill and Ron on Nov 01, 2012 9:14 AM
|Jill and Ron||RE: FAG|
I am not sure if a register is available, I know that there are cemetery books available for sale through the Carroll County Genealogical Society, they have a website.
There was no office at the cemetery when we were there and none of the sections are marked, it is a large cemetery and it is very difficult to try and find anyone.
Hope that this helps you.
Added by Jill and Ron on Oct 30, 2012 11:30 AM