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tomasmeister (#47925968)
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Herman Weiland
Beau Pre Cemetery
Thank you for the photo of Laodice Provost's marker. Have made several changes to his memorial including your suggestion.

Added by Herman Weiland on May 17, 2015 5:14 AM

Cindy Tebbetts Germany
St Mary Magdalene Cemetery
Thank you so much for your time and effort in getting the Bertrand photos for me. I really appreciate it.

Added by Cindy Tebbetts Germany on Apr 28, 2015 2:32 PM

Linda Y
trying to rework Masoniiv cemetery. Found many photos we did not add. If younsee anything that needs changing. Please send edit. Linday

Added by Linda Y on Jan 17, 2015 6:33 AM

Jamye Durfee
In the Breckenridge Cemetery, there is a Susan Goodnough and Rollo Goodnough. The dates on Rollo's monument are not readable so I'm not sure it is the same person you are looking for. Can you confirm? Jamye

Added by Jamye Durfee on Dec 21, 2014 2:03 PM

Lisa Squared
Wheeler Ford tomb in Metairie
We have finished walking the cemetery and didn't locate the tomb. If you called the celery and get a location we can go back and try to locate for you.

Added by Lisa Squared on Nov 26, 2014 5:27 PM

dm wms
Re: Judge Daniel Avery
Sir: I could not have noticed an earlier memorial for the Judge due to the one I created Is the earlier one.
Created by: dm wms
Record added: Oct 17, 2012
Find A Grave Memorial# 99117507

The other memorial is the duplicate.
Maintained by: Avery Island Archives
Originally Created by: Zombie finder
Record added: Jun 25, 2013
Find A Grave Memorial# 112848745

I have sent a message to the maintainer of the duplicate. Thanks.

Added by dm wms on Nov 10, 2014 2:24 PM

Linda Johnson
RE: W. C. Duval, Jr.
Andy, glad could help. Family is important and it's wonderful that you are tracing your roots. That's the reason that I volunteer to take pictures for those families that are really "families". Take care. Linda

Added by Linda Johnson on Sep 15, 2014 7:46 AM

Perry-O'Bryan Cemetery
I love all the wonderful pictures you've posted of the cemetery. I noticed that you created a memorial for Ophelia Emelite Broussard. I know the dates don't match but I'm positive she is the same person as Mrs J. A. Lemaire Broussard. I just checked the 1900 census and she (Ophelia) and her husband (listed as John A Braussard) were the parents of 11 children, and living with 10 of them at Moutons Cove, Vermillion parish, Louisiana. I don't mind deleting my memorial if you'd like to add the newspaper article from mine to yours with a note that her death date is inscribed incorrectly.

Added by phillipsp on May 22, 2014 9:31 PM

Craig Jackson
Find A Grave Memorial# 114524072
Thanks so much for the picture of Ruth Burleigh's tomb. Her grandmother, Sarah Jackson, should have also been buried in the same cemetery (McGowen) but she is not listed in the register. Did you happen to see a Sarah Jackson buried in Ruth Jackson's tomb?

Added by Craig Jackson on May 05, 2014 4:24 PM

Marie Blanchet
Thank you so much for the great picture of her headstone. I am finally able to verify it is my ancestor who married Homer Joseph Dupuy. Thank you!!

Added by phillipsp on May 04, 2014 12:23 PM

Burial of Henrietta Dabney Sims with her children, Frank and Bessie
Thank you so much for posting burial stone of Henrietta Dabney Sims, my great aunt. It is an added bonus that Frank and Bessie's names are inscribed on the stone: Children who died as an infant. Thank you also for the transfer of Bessie, who I had no knowledge about!

Added by Emiko on May 03, 2014 7:15 AM

Robert Perry
Thank you so much for the wonderful picture of Robert's final resting place! I am thrilled to finally have a picture of it.

Added by phillipsp on May 02, 2014 1:56 PM

Catherine Papa Musemeche
Thanks for this memorial, I think I overlooked setting one up for her, thanks for putting one up for their son Charles as well.
I appreciate the work you do for this site !!
Best regards,
Brett / Heinz57

Added by Heinz57 on May 02, 2014 6:51 AM

Joseph Musemeche
Thanks VERY much for the great photos, they are excellent !
Very best regards,
Brett / Heinz57

Added by Heinz57 on May 01, 2014 9:02 PM

Bobby Stelly
Mary Ebella Bourque
Can you please send me or put these links for me since I'm unable to edit your information. Mary Ebella Bourque # 106823315 is the daughter of Joseph "Joe" Bourque # 106822845 and Gracie Boudreaux-Bourque..Gracie is my great Aunt if you can send me there files I would be appreciative if not can you edit your material so these two individuals are linked together. Thank you!

Added by Bobby Stelly on Feb 12, 2014 2:14 PM

Nathaniel Pope & Lucy Fox Graves
I wished I could help, but I saw those graves in 1999, I can't remember the directions. But I can tell you they are on private property, and you need to ask permission from the owner to go see them. He has a home in the front, and you will have to walk maybe a half of a mile in a path well mowed, cross a little tiny creek, where there are some stones to walk on. The owner's father is buried at the end of the path, in a very nice mowed section with a bench. The graves are to your left, he will say that there are four graves, but two headstones and two foot stones. The black flies and ticks were bad in the summer. I looked on line at the William and Mary Quarterly, they say "near the crossing of Thompson & Louis roads." I hope this helps. I know someone who has GPS for the graves, I will sent them to you later...

Added by Nahm on Nov 12, 2013 12:20 PM

Debra Anderson
Annie R Nonemacher.
If these people are related to you please resend their numbers and yours and i will be glad to transfer over to you. Thank you for the information as well.
God Bless
Debbie Anderson

Added by Debra Anderson on Jul 25, 2013 8:56 AM

Joseph Mann
RE: Charles J. Leeds
AFter you filed yoru request I checked with the cemetery. All Leeds are interred in Cypress Grove, and there are no Leeds in Greenwood. The location you provided was 8888, which means they cannot locate the specific burial site for that individual.

I recognized the name Leeds immediately because I have been in Cypress Grove many times. My in-laws are buried there. The Leeds tombs is very well known and is one of the more ornate (or used to be) and unique tombs in the cemetery. Some people have removed some of the metal from the tomb and sold it as scrap several years ago.

Somebody else has posted photos of all the Leeds previously, but I added my photos because I think they are clearer.

Charles Leeds apparently was a former mayor of New Orleans.

The people interred at that site are:

First Name Middle Name Last Name Suffix Age Date of Burial
Ruth Leeds 69 11/01/1942
Grace Leeds 76 04/05/1935
Edith Leeds 51 07/14/1911
Child Leeds Eustis sb 06/08/1914
Louise J. Eustis adt 09/23/1915
Josephine Leeds 85 07/22/1916
Ada Leeds 74 10/07/1939
Helen Leeds 69 01/01/1931
Mrs. O Leeds 74 06/18/1900
Walter Horn 51 03/15/1904
Charles J Leeds 75 07/08/1898
Thomas Leeds 36 06/27/1895
Louis J Eustis 22 09/17/1908
Mrs. Leeds Greenleaf 75 12/29/1909


Added by Joseph Mann on Jun 30, 2013 2:12 PM

Julie Ferguson-Rogers
How exciting - a Giles Brown Descendant
Hi Andy - You are my FIRST EVERRRR Giles & Harriet Brown descendant. Kind of funny, was working on the Giles line not long ago. Didn't really find anything new. Nice to meet you. If you are interested in attending the Rev. War marker dedication in September, please send me your name and address and I will forward to the Stonebridge DAR Chapter. Julie

Added by Julie Ferguson-Rogers on Jun 28, 2013 4:23 PM

Ashbel B. Henshaw
Thanks for the correction. I've also transferred to you for management.

I've researched the early St. Louis families for several years, and created both a website and blog regarding the families.

You may find my Calvary Cemetery page interesting, with many thanks to my friend Connie for all the photos.

Early St. Louis blog

Best wishes,
P. Davidson-Peters
"Sunnyann" at Find A Grave

Added by Sunnyann on May 26, 2013 2:52 PM

RE: Isaac and Amy Conkling Morse
You're very welcome for the photos. The inscriptions came from the book cited in the comment to the picture. The book was written in 1892 and may be found in the Library of Congress.

Added by Roibeard on Sep 18, 2012 7:23 PM


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