|B.J. Waters||Richard Phillips photo request.|
The body of Richard Phillips was moved in 1958. His remains were taken by the Hardin Flanagan Mortuary and transported to the Rippling Funeral Home for burial in Spokane, Washington.
The person who placed the photo of the area probably had the correct location but obviously did not know that his body had been moved all those years ago.
I am going to request that this information be placed in the bio section. Perhaps he can be located up in Spokane.
Added by B.J. Waters on May 07, 2016 11:45 PM
|flashbeagle||Deputy Carl Koontz|
I fulfilled the request for Deputy Koontz. As the permanent marker becomes available, I will be sure to include a picture of it.
Added by flashbeagle on Mar 31, 2016 3:45 PM
|Sandie Cassiday||Theodore Greenhoe tombstone|
I saw you had a request in for a gravestone picture and there is already one on his memorial page.
Added by Sandie Cassiday on Mar 05, 2016 1:30 PM
I am sorry that this picture is not better, but we tried 2 different times and this is the best it would come up; also I have taken one of Lillian Hardy next to William's & will be adding this to Find A Grave next. I also am sending a request for a correction on William's Memorial as he is not in Lihue Lutheran Cemetery but is actually in Lihue Cemetery @ 2824 Wehe Road, Lihue, HI
Added by GOLDENGIRL on Feb 12, 2016 8:02 PM
|Randall Smith||Granville Noble|
I would love to fulfill your request for a photo,but that is not possible for me to do at this time, as i live some 200 miles away. The very sad fact is that there isn't much to photograph anyway just a few graves all marked with field stones and no way to tell who is where. The common eye could not even detect them in the overgrowth had i not know for a fact they were there and where to look most likely i would not have been able to find them myself several years ago. They are beside what is now the campton lake and i am not so sure that it did not cover some of the graves as my mother told me before her death she remembered there being more graves than the 7 or 8 i found. I would also love to have the info. that lead you to believe Granvil is here as the only two that i am sure that are there are my grand parents. Thanks.
Added by Randall Smith on Nov 08, 2015 3:36 PM
|Megan||RE: Olive Anderson|
You're very welcome!
Added by Megan on Sep 30, 2015 10:30 AM
|mrt||Mollie Alpha Dismore|
Thank you so much for the photograph of Mollie's headstone. I truly appreciate your time and effort to fulfill my request. I am particularly grateful for the full photograph showing the placement of her headstone near other members of the Alpha family. This was an unexpected bonus for me. I have only just recently started creating memorials for those family members at Cravens Cemetery, and your photographs have helped to verify those life dates as well. Thank you again for being an Find A Grave volunteer.
Added by mrt on Sep 28, 2015 5:54 AM
|ronald conrad||Paul & Mabel Carver|
Thank you for the headstone photos of Paul & Mabel. They are very much appreciated. Have a great day.
Added by ronald conrad on Sep 27, 2015 5:10 PM
|Carolyn Ellis||Amanda Young Tatlock|
Thanks for getting the tombstone picture for me. Very much appreciated.
Added by Carolyn Ellis on Sep 27, 2015 12:03 PM
|Fred Smith||James & Mary Stonehouse|
Thank you very much for the pictures. It means a lot since I am so far away.
Added by Fred Smith on Jun 07, 2015 3:01 PM
|Rebecca Adams McGonigle||RE: Sarah Wilson|
Agreed. Sometimes the shadow blocks the writing.
Added by Rebecca Adams McGonigle on Nov 30, 2014 3:55 PM
|Gail Black||Britan/Pisgah cemetery|
Can you go in and delete your pictures that are sideways.....then you can edit them and re-enter them?
Added by Gail Black on Nov 11, 2014 8:12 PM
|Linda Rhoadarmer||William Franklin Farnham|
Do you still have the photo's you took of William Franklin Farnham's cemetery plot? You added them in June 2014. Linda
Added by Linda Rhoadarmer on Oct 02, 2014 4:11 PM
|CM Reed||RE: Eastman Cemetery|
If you go to the water company in Country Squire. There is a back gate to CSL. across the road you will see a gate that leads to the water treatment plant. Go thru the gate and look to your right across the corn field. You will see a tall tree surrounded by brush in the middle of the cornfield. That is the cemetery. Take snips for the sticker bushes, wear full clothing due to the poison ivy and oak and watch for snakes. You will have to let the water company know you will enter the area so you don't get locked in. The gate is usually open the same office hrs as the water com.
Added by CM Reed on Aug 25, 2014 10:52 PM
|April Gross||Ashley Swope in Rochester IOOF|
I saw that you've requested a headstone photo for Ashley. The temporary marker in the photograph on h er memorial is the only marker on her grave. It doesn't have an actual headstone on it yet. Would you please consider removing your request?
Added by April Gross on Jul 11, 2014 6:43 PM
|Linda Rhoadarmer||William Franklin Farnham|
If you still have the grave photo's for the above gentleman, I would like to have original copies for my family records. Thank you. Linda Rhoadarmer
Added by Linda Rhoadarmer on Jul 06, 2014 8:59 AM
|Sheila Kell||RE: George Washington Sage|
It is thought he is in the Cave/Dixon cemetery in "Old" Paris. If the grave was marked the stone is no longer there and was not seen back in 1940 when the cemetery was last read. I have an article from the paper when it happened and will see if I can find anything out. The child who died was named Willie, probably a nickname for William which was his fathers name, just guessing he was named after him. The other two children who were 7 and 9 at the time lived. Willie was just a little over two years old.
William Todd married Mary Ann Cleland February 28, 1856 in Jennings County. He was quite a bit older than Mary Ann and in the 1860 census there are older children in the home so was probably married before. In that census the oldest daughter Mary E. was age 3 she is one of the children who survived. In 1870 census Mary E. is still at home and there is a new little boy named William aged 2. So I don't know if the second child died or was living elsewhere in 1870.
Added by Sheila Kell on Jul 01, 2014 3:03 PM
|John Sloan||Find A Grave Memorial# 68240254|
Cory, Thank you for taking and posting the images for Elbert F Dimmick. I have attached them to my family tree.
Added by John Sloan on Jun 02, 2014 5:07 AM
|Fred Smith||William McCartney|
Thank you for the pictures.
Added by Fred Smith on Apr 24, 2014 4:56 PM
Really appreciate the photos of James P. Boles' stone. Always looking for ways to solve some of our family mysteries. Thank you!
Added by WPacker on Mar 30, 2014 6:06 PM
|Kenna Allison||Virgil & Omer Walker|
Find a Grave won't allow me to link a parent back to a child. The link can only be made from the child's memorial to the parent. I have sent a request to the owner of Omer's memorial to link him to both of his parents. I hope this helps.
Added by Kenna Allison on Feb 11, 2014 6:55 AM
|Nancy Woodard||RE: Charlestown|
Cory, Section 5A is across the road to the north from the Grayson vault. I have photographed nearly all of Charlestown Cemetery (not all posted on Find a Grave...takes to long and I get bored) and I do not have the Jefferies you looking for. I will be back in Charlestown next weekend and will see what I can find. If I find something I will let you know. Nancy
Added by Nancy Woodard on Jan 05, 2014 3:57 PM
|Gail Black||RE: Izzard Cem|
Thanks...was just checking to see if you photographed them all.
Added by Gail Black on Sep 16, 2013 7:05 PM
|Gail Black||Izzard Cem|
can you tell me exactly where this one is? Did you photograph all of the stones?
Added by Gail Black on Sep 16, 2013 6:54 PM
|M. Richards||James L. VARBLE|
Cory, after rechecking the files, James was married to a Maggie Lemons sometime between 1904 and 1905. This Maggie had two daughters, Nancy born circa 1895 in Indiana and Hazel born circa 1898 in Indiana. The 1910 census also had Nancy Lemons age 72 a widow (mother-in-law) residing with James and Maggie. James was widowed by 1920 census and his younger brother, also a widower, Edward was residing with him. James' parents were William Varble and Sarah Wrighthouse (often spelled minus the w). James was a farmer and horse trader. I have several generations back for James L. Varble's ancestors. I apologize for before, I just didn't put Maggie and Margret as same person; because our Maggie (according to US Census) died between 1911-1919. Let me know if this makes any sense with what you have on James and Maggie. Also, Maggie did have four children by 1910, two dying prior to 1910 census.
Added by M. Richards on Oct 12, 2012 6:08 PM