|Robert Malone||RE: crall photos|
Photos have been added to your new Crall memorials.
Added by Robert Malone on Jul 28, 2014 3:14 PM
|Linda Becker||Re: Evelyn Ruch|
Fairhaven Cemetery, Santa Ana, CA
I found Arthur Ruch's marker and took a photo.
I was hoping that Evelyn would be buried with or next to him. That was not the case.
Added by Linda Becker on Jul 27, 2014 6:50 PM
|McClarty Lass||RE: Vonderau photos|
You're welcome! I'm happy to be of help and appreciate your gracious comment.
Added by McClarty Lass on Jul 27, 2014 1:15 PM
|Robert Malone||RE: crall photos|
YES, quite a few. Old Section 9, Lot 1215. Big red family marker in the center with CRALL. Smaller matching stones, front row, left to right for: Mattie Crall 1886 - 19-- (date of death never cut onto the stone); William Crall 1882-1971; Cora A. & John J.; Samuel Crall Feb. 2, 1847 - Apr. 10, 1899. Back row, right to left: Maurice J. Crall, Nov. 1, 1878 - Feb. 17, 1915 (I think, cannot read the photo that well); Nellie J. Crall, 1880-1976; then, there are two more stones which match each other, but not the other 7, for Mother/ Susan Wirts / Hummel / 1861-1932; and Father/ Thomas R. Wirts / died May (15 or 19 ?, not sure which), 1907 / aged (52 ?, cannot read very well at all) years. I have photos for all of them, but, except for John and Cora, I did not find the other had Find-A-Grave memorials on which to attach them. If you want to create memorials, I will be happy to place the photos on them. I will also e-mail the pictures to you if you wish.
Added by Robert Malone on Jul 27, 2014 10:59 AM
First as a Wake Co researcher let me say thank you for the number of photos you have taken in the Wake Co area & at Montlawn.
RE: recent edits. I will change the birth dates on the memorials to match the headstone photo even if the death record may say something else. I will decline the edit when the death date is accurate per the death record & the headstone in not inscribed with that date. I try to always rememeber to make a note in the bio on those occasions.
I know I have a number of links or maiden surnames I haven't even sent you. :)
Added by imatarheel on Jul 27, 2014 8:53 AM
|Robert Malone||RE: Pugh photos|
Photos have been added for John Henry Pugh. As with Cloyd, the monument is leaning backwards and sinking most of the inscription into the ground.
Added by Robert Malone on Jul 25, 2014 1:34 PM
|Donna White||RE: Sapp photos|
You are welcome. donna
Added by Donna White on Jul 25, 2014 1:22 PM
|AngloFreek||Craven Markers in Montlawn|
Thank you so much for the photos of Kara and Lee Craven's markers in Montlawn Cemetery. It was very kind of you to take the time to do this for me. And the photos are so large and clear, too! I very much appreciate it.
Added by AngloFreek on Jul 25, 2014 1:18 PM
|Pam Wiedemann||RE: Christian Union, Garrett photos|
I added picture for Ralph. Thanks for catching my error! Pam
Added by Pam Wiedemann on Jul 25, 2014 9:52 AM
|Donna White||RE: Ward Skiver|
There are two Greenlawn cemeteries in Ross county too.one is in Frankfort, Ross, ohio. you might try there.
I think the photo backlog is from no one having grave locations. I asked the office people to look up all the grave locations and put in edit requests to add them. Should be all added in a week or so. donna
Added by Donna White on Jul 25, 2014 2:26 AM
I decided to created a memorial for each child so that you can add a picture if you find the markers. I have linked their parents. Thanks again.
Mary Ophelia Mitchell Wall
George Madison Mitchell, Jr.
Added by NEH on Jul 22, 2014 4:27 PM
I am sorry. The Sapps' I am referring to that are buried on Sapp land are George Sapp and Christina Texter (or Textor). They were not George's parents. They are related to him, but I am not exactly sure how. Do you know how they are related?
Is the George you are asking about called George "Kentucky" Sapp?
Added by DMBH on Jul 03, 2014 8:15 AM
I am also related to practically everyone buried at St. Luke's. We may be related. My bloodlines inlude Sapp, Durbin, Arnold, Blubaugh, Colopy, Logsdon.
George Sapp and Margaret Logsdon Sapp are not listed in the cemetery records. They may be buried at the cemetery and not listed, or they could be buried on Sapp land. According to a booklet on the history of St. Luke's Church, George's parents are thought to be buried in the area of today's One South Mickley Street, Danville. Maybe George and Margaret are buried with them. If I ever come across anything on George and Margaret's final resting place, I will let you know.
If you want more information or to exchange email addresses, I would do it using the edit tab to keep it private.
Added by DMBH on Jul 02, 2014 11:12 PM
|D. Elkin||Matilda Cloy|
Since I walked Evergreen in Auburn and didn't find the stone. I have gone through all the books for other cemeteries and I can't find her listed. I am assuming that there is no know marker for her. Would you like me to report the issue under the claims and have it removed or do you want to cancel it? Dan
Added by D. Elkin on Jun 24, 2014 9:12 PM
|Brett||Emily (Chance) Crall|
The contributor is unable to make corrections to their posting as they are deceased. The one I manage was created by someone else and transferred to myself. Thanks for your insight.
Added by Brett on Jun 14, 2014 12:56 PM
|Suzy Davidson||RE: Patrick McGough|
didn't seemed to be any way to remove it. I added a second explaining first. Once photo is taken then all will disappear. If you contact cemetery office and get location of grave site for me - I will go take photo.
Added by Suzy Davidson on Jun 14, 2014 9:53 AM
|Progressive Historian||RE: Hennessy photos|
I have your request for the Hennessy infant. He is not buried with his parents. I ran out of time but want to go through the infant section of the cemetery and see if he is there. I will try to call the sexton and see if I can find the exact location of his grave. Will keep looking for you. Many thanks. Kathy Miller
Added by Progressive Historian on May 25, 2014 5:59 PM
|Lynda Hellen||finding a grave|
Could you find a grave at Montlawn for Harlan Fredrick Saltsman Born July 29 1945/ Died July 31 1945? You photoed his mother's grave Junie Stewart. Thank you.
Added by Lynda Hellen on May 23, 2014 2:06 PM
|Will Motsinger||RE: Constable Photos|
There are no listings for Earl & Lottie in the Blanchester Cemetery, or in the Clinton Co. records; however the County burial records say that every Constable buried in Clinton Co. is buried in the Blanchester Cemetery. I counted a total of 29 in both sets of records...
Added by Will Motsinger on May 21, 2014 10:21 PM
|Barbara Wolf||RE: Alt & Atz phots|
William Summers, South Milford. I found an obit for a Pearl Myrtle Gaby Fleck (Flick) who was married to a William Summers. She died on March 27, 1912 at the age of 25 years. She had two children -- a Carl and Alice and was interred in South Milford per the obit. South Milford shows no record of her being there so she probably does not have a tombstone. If you would like the copy of the obit, I can send it to you. Let me know. Barb
Added by Barbara Wolf on May 19, 2014 12:12 PM
|volgadeutsch||Chapel Hill, DeWitt, MI|
Please contact the cemetery for grave locations. I'll look for them.
Added by volgadeutsch on May 03, 2014 9:58 AM
|<3 from Michigan||RE: Gould photos|
You are very welcome! The small marker in front of the large family stone just says "endowed" (so they must have payed some money for care of the plot after they had passed). What you are seeing on the right side of the large stone is just part of the cement base sticking out.
Added by <3 from Michigan on Apr 28, 2014 5:14 PM
I accepted this before I read your email. I am not sure which part is correct? Thanks! Sheryl
I sent you information to your Edit tab for this individual. Do you mind
'Declining'. I made a mistake....not the right William Lowry
Added by OPPSheryl on Apr 20, 2014 7:54 AM
|Nola Marquardt||RE: Jane Skiver|
I am going to give it another try this summer---I possibly read the rows incorrectly.
Added by Nola Marquardt on Apr 14, 2014 6:50 AM
|J. Edward Ross||RE: Palmer Photos|
Did you note that the large family marker says 1967 and the smaller "Father" stone says 1968?
I also added pictures to the following Palmer memorials who are buried next to Elmer E Palmer:
Carl A Palmer 1953-2012
Minnie Palmer 1988-1909
Jennie Palmer Thurston 1889-1966
Added by J. Edward Ross on Apr 14, 2014 5:59 AM