|D C||Thanks for the bio/obit info|
thanks for the info on the Fullers, I've added the info to their respective memorials.
Added by D C on Jan 01, 2014 4:08 PM
Hi! It's Liz, thought I'd give you a link to my Find A Grave page by writing you a message on here. It was so awesome to find someone else that enjoys photographing the cemeteries. It was so coincidental that we met, because it was on a whim that I decided to go to that Prairie (Bone Valley) cemetery today. It really wasn't in my agenda! Funny how things work. Happy New Year!
Added by flkayakgirl83 on Dec 31, 2013 3:52 PM
|D C||Ruth (Ireland) Fuller|
E-mail me and we can correspond. email@example.com.
Added by D C on Dec 31, 2013 11:27 AM
|D C||RE: Fuller|
I'm related to his second wife Ruth (Ireland) Fuller (1878-1955). She and I are cousins many times over.
Added by D C on Dec 30, 2013 2:13 PM
|Allan C. Martin||Lillie Talmadge|
Hi Anna, I see you found Ray & Dot Talmadge and his dad Thomas Talmadge he was born in 15 Feb 1883. What about Thomas's wife Lillie A. Utter she was born in 1890.I knew her, but I don't know when she died or where she is buried. do you know?---- Thanks Allan
Added by Allan C. Martin on Dec 22, 2013 2:10 PM
|Evelyn Huey||Pauline Conklin|
Hi Anna - I had tried to find grave for Pauline in Gardenview section. I searched all over - the grave must be covered with grass. Contact the cemetery and ask them to clean it up (after the snow is gone) and I'll try to get the photo for you.
Added by Evelyn Huey on Dec 19, 2013 4:07 PM
|Jim Adcox||Wm Korts|
I could not find a record for this person at Hamption National or VA grave locator. Grave number 8878, located in Phoebus section C, is marked as " Cornelius C. Willett. QM Sgt Co G 12th US Inf DOD 05/31/1905." WM Korts is shown at this grave location with a DOD 05/30/1905. Close, so maybe we have an alias here. Close DOD and both from PA. Only one 8878 at Hampton National.
Added by Jim Adcox on Dec 10, 2013 2:36 PM
|Ed M||Fred Kortz|
Should be the right one. A cemetery staff member confirmed the location you supplied and accompanied me to the burial site. I will fulfill the request for Frank Kortz as soon as possible...hopefully before we get too much snow.
Added by Ed M on Dec 05, 2013 4:33 PM
I fulfilled a photo request for you for Fred Kortz. The memorial page lists "Fred LEWIS Kortz but the marker shows Fred B. Hope it's the right one?
Added by Ed M on Dec 05, 2013 4:00 PM
|Scott Teeters||Florence Behlke Siptroth / Hickory Grave|
Could you please create the page for Florence Behlke Siptroth, 1913 - 1989. She is the wife of Walter H. Siptroth whose page photos are now done. I will post her photos as soon as the page goes up.
Added by Scott Teeters on Dec 03, 2013 9:12 PM
|Dr. William McDonald||RE: John Sherrod Vaughn|
I think it would be better for you to add the note as a photo caption on the picture you posted, so this would be fine.
dr. bill mcdonald
Added by Dr. William McDonald on Dec 01, 2013 12:16 AM
|Dr. William McDonald||John Sherrod Vaughn|
John Sherrod Vaughn was my wife's great Grandfather. I noticed you posted a photo of his headstone with the caption, "the tree stump was removed in the past 11 months."
Actually, (long story short) John's headstone was removed from the current resting place 50 or 60 years ago due to vandals having disturbed some of the graves, and the headstone was stored behind one of the relative's homes, while decades passed.
The photo of the headstone resting in front of a tree was taken in the back yard of that home, before we moved it back to the cemetery.
My wife, I and other relatives re-installed the headstone in the last several months.
Just thought I'd clarify.
dr. bill mcdonald
Added by Dr. William McDonald on Nov 30, 2013 11:43 AM
|Joel Shore||RE: Voelkers at Mt Hope|
Here is what I found:
Chas. L. Voelker (d 1912 at age 60)
Ferdinanda Voelker (d 1920 at age 74) buried in same location as Chas.
Frederick W. Voelker (d 1925 at age 66)
Helena Voelker (d 1931 at age 81) buried in same location as Frederick
Henry Voelker (d 1919 at age 6)
Frederick Voellker (d 1897 at age 18)
All buried in SE 1/4 of Lot 118, Range 4:
"John H and Margaret's inft" (stillborn 1894)
Richard F C Voelker (d 1892 at age 7)
John Henry Voelker (1860-1944)
Margaret M Voelker (1862-1940)
There may be more...I didn't search exhaustively. Here is a link to look through the Mt Hope Internment Records yourself: http://www.lib.rochester.edu/index.cfm?PAGE=3310
Added by Joel Shore on Nov 29, 2013 9:08 PM
|Scott Teeters||Walter Siptroth / Hickory Grove|
I have found the Walter Siptroth that you requested. He is buried next to a Florence Siptroth. If you need her also, just make up a page and I'll post the pictures asap.
Added by Scott Teeters on Nov 27, 2013 10:34 AM
|Joel Shore||Re: Richard F C Voelker at Mt Hope|
I was researching to find the burial location for Richard F C Voelker and I found it. According to a survey done in the 1980s, he does have a legible marker. So, we'll try to get out and get a picture when weather and time allow.
However, because his burial location was very difficult to read in the internment records, I ended up finding several other Voelker's in my search. Did you have interest in them in general or just Richard in particular? Richard died at age 7 and it appears that his parents are John H Voelker (1860-1944) and Margaret M Voelker (1862-1940) who are buried in the same location as him. However, there are also other Voelker's buried in other areas of the cemetery.
Added by Joel Shore on Nov 27, 2013 7:10 AM
|Michael wolcott||2 transfers done|
Mike, she was my step grandma and so was Elizabeth, her daughter 115331407
If you don't mind transferring them, I would appreciate it.
Happy Thanksgiving to you and yours!!
A very Happy and Blessed Thanksgiving to you and your loved ones
Glad I could help
Added by Michael wolcott on Nov 26, 2013 8:38 PM
|Michael wolcott||105144636 Bertha N Smith Korts|
If this is a relative of yours please let me know and I would be happy to transfer her to you
thanks for the additional information
Added by Michael wolcott on Nov 26, 2013 4:03 PM
There is no death date inscribed on the stone. I have the picture. o you still wan it placed on the memorial?
Added by bluelady on Nov 23, 2013 1:40 PM
|Scott Teeters||Freeman's at Fairview Cemetery|
I walked the entire Fairview Cemetery in Lake Winola this afternoon and found some additional Freeman graves beside the ones you requested photos of. From our previous discussion, I know you wanted all of them photographed. Please send me an email and we can discuss all the names further / make sure they are from the same lineage and then I will get them all posted for you.
Added by Scott Teeters on Nov 02, 2013 1:05 PM
|Robin||RE: Mr & Mrs Boles|
Thank you Anna.
Added by Robin on Oct 31, 2013 7:53 AM
|VickiO||Marion Ruiz #115428047|
There is a child buried in this grave with Marion. Would you like to add a memorial for him? He is:
Edwin L. Ruiz d. Sept. 23, 1958
Please let me know.
Added by VickiO on Oct 19, 2013 6:04 PM
|Michael wolcott||RE: Bertha & Elizabeth Korts|
The Red Bank Register is online and available to view - except in a few instances where the edition was not put on the website.
Please check to see if you can view the obituaries using the citings I have provided - I simply google "Red Bank Register" and the website should come up.
If there is a problem or any confusion, please let me know.
Added by Michael wolcott on Oct 16, 2013 4:34 AM
I did find Euretta , Halsey W. & Margaret L. Black Chamberlain's markers yesterday at Headley Cemetery and I posted the pictures of them, also.
Added by JDC on Oct 02, 2013 5:17 PM
|Scott Teeters||RE: Freeman's in Fairview|
You may feel free to copy and paste the photos to the children's pages. Please note that only three children are listed on the stone. Unfortunately, I have already deleted them from my card.
I am new to Find A Grave and so I am trying to perfect my picture taking, posting and caption writing. In this case, I deleted the photos a bit too soon!
Added by Scott Teeters on Oct 01, 2013 9:18 PM
|Terry McKenna||RE: Chamberlains at Headley Cemetery|
there is a large mausoleum for Norman that is near the gate and in good shape. but no names on the structure.
i will be on the lookout. i do best in small cemeteries where i can walk the entire field and make sense of it. i find few cemetery managers help. one note - the historic cemetery in Rockaway NJ has a very helpful sexton who will answer calls and emails, Robert Nichols.
Added by Terry McKenna on Oct 01, 2013 10:30 AM