|JD||Update on Vernal Ide|
Have located Vernal Ide's resting place. He is actually in mass grave 2715. Regretfully his name was one of the ones that was left off of the marker. That will be corrected in the future though.
On his memorial, 68795117 would you please remove the photo for accuracy.. Thanks Jd
Added by JD on Aug 15, 2013 8:57 AM
Could you move the photo you have on Vernal Ide's memorial to Nina Turner's memorial 68796600. Nina is the person who is actually in grave 593
Added by JD on Jul 27, 2013 2:08 AM
Memorial # 68795117 Vernal Ide and memorial #68794721 Carl Fisch.
Hate to say it, but you have incorrect photos on these two memorials..
They are listed with CAN numbers which indicates that they were cremated. because of their date of death, we can be reasonably certain that they would not be in such low numbered graves.
We do not know which grave Vernal Ide is buried in as of yet.
More than likely in one of the mass graves at the cemetery...
Carl's cremains are in fact located at Oakwood Cemetery in Tacoma. I have created the correct memorial for him there.
The grave listed for him we do not have the data at the moment to know who is in it.
Could you remove the photos from Carl's and Vernal's memorials please.
I have sent out queries to see if we can find out for sure where Vernal is and will keep you posted on that.
Added by JD on Jul 27, 2013 2:02 AM
|David Roscoe Duncan||Vernal Ide|
Mary; Thank you for your efforts ins answering my request for the photo: Dave Duncan of Colorado
Added by David Roscoe Duncan on Apr 15, 2013 3:43 AM
|JD||Western State Hospital Cemetery|
I noticed you claimed one Kenneth Keyes at Western State Cemetery. I am doing some extensive record review and corrections for the cemetery and Kenneth is one of the persons that was on my to do list.
Kenneth is not buried in Western State Cemetery I am sorry to say. He was one of several people who was cremated and his cremains were interred at Oakwood Hill Cemetery. I have created a memorial for him there.
If you have any questions, let me know...
Added by JD on Mar 26, 2013 10:27 AM
|Lisa||RE: Thomas Howard Anderson|
Mary, I would love to have any information that you will share. Thank you for contacting me...Lisa
Added by Lisa on Feb 01, 2013 5:22 PM
|Lisa||RE: Thomas Howard Anderson|
He was my father's stepfather; I would be interested in any information that you might be willing to share. My email address is firstname.lastname@example.org. Thanks. Lisa
Added by Lisa on Jan 31, 2013 3:05 PM
|Chris Knowland||George Gabrielson grave|
Hello....Thank-you for trying to get a photo of George's grave. All the infomation that I have is what you have. Has there been any requests for his parents' gravestones? If not, maybe you could get a photo of theirs?
Added by Chris Knowland on Jan 27, 2013 11:06 PM
|Airrow||Photo for Emery|
Thank you for the photo . . . looks like a very challenging site. I appreciate the effort. Was hoping for some kind of visible inscription but if this is who I think it is, it makes sense. His parents were older, both buried in state facilities thanks to civil war service, and it appears that he got into some trouble and wound up in prison. Alas, only a number would be about right. So sad. Again, many thanks for your help.
Added by Airrow on Jan 20, 2013 7:11 PM
|Lisa Harrington||Bermud Walmer|
Hi and welcome to Find A Grave! Thank you so much for taking the time to photograph Bermud's headstone and his wifes. I appreciate it very much!
Added by Lisa Harrington on Jan 19, 2013 10:23 PM
Thanks so much for the photos of his marker and the family area
Added by tombstonegal on Jan 15, 2013 2:03 PM
|RNHaynes||FAG memorials - Caldwell|
Thanks for your time and effort, and quick reply, on the photos of the Caldwell memorials.
Arroyo Grande, CA
Added by RNHaynes on Jan 06, 2013 6:22 PM
I saw you have claimed photos at Calvary so wanted to welcome to this site. Just a FYI that I and another graver photodocumented Calvary this past summer. When you go there you will notice that some graves are marked with what the staff call 'courtesy markers', which were to be temporary until the family got a actual tombstone. Over time these markers have lost clarity and are unreadable. There are also graves that never even got courtesy markers, that or the markers have been covered over/buried by decades of grass clippings. You may end up just taking a photo of the general area of the grave with who is nearby their location.
Added by Taweret on Jan 04, 2013 4:52 PM