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HistoryMom (#8523203)
 member for 15 years, 1 month, 23 days
Chris Clark
Photo of Mary Clark
Hello History Mom,
I understand you are a volunteer and seldom take photos of Grave Stones anymore. Do you have a contact that can take a photo of Mary E. Clark (my great grandmother) grave stone? I live in Washington state and have no relatives that live in Wisconsin. The burial location is Oakwood Cemetery Plot: 181b.p2. If I knew of other Clark's in the same cemetery I would have asked the same question.

Thanks for your time.

Sincerely,

C. Clark

Added by Chris Clark on Mar 15, 2015 10:08 PM

History Seeker
Re: memorial transfers
Hello, thank you so much for all the transfers! I will do my best to keep up these memorials and add additional data as I can.
Thank you! Therese

Added by History Seeker on Feb 06, 2015 10:59 AM

Bonnie Kies
RE: Margaret Delano Ingalls
Just wanted to say Thank You and that I really appreciate it. Hope you have a Great Day. Bonnie :)

Added by Bonnie Kies on Jul 09, 2014 12:36 PM

Bonnie Kies
Margaret Delano Ingalls
Memorial# 10516908 Hi History Mom my name is Bonnie and I am doing a family tree (ancestry). I would very much like to include your Photo for Margaret on my family tree. I would of course credit you for the photo as well as Findagrave and the creator of the Memorial. Many Thanks Bonnie :)

Added by Bonnie Kies on Jul 05, 2014 9:40 AM

Bob Tripp
Find A Grave memorials that are my great aunt and uncle and other family members. I would like to ha
Dear HistoryMom (#8523203)

Below are the listing of Find A Grave memorials that are my great aunt and uncle and other family members. I would like to have transferred to me Bob Tripp

Bob Tripp (#47251864)

member for 3 years, 10 months, 29 days


If you would transfer these records to me, I would then be able to add bios, link to parents Find A Grave entries and so on. Thank you.

Bob Tripp

Tripp, Dayton 21092975
b. May 7, 1812 d. May 8, 1878 Association Cemetery
Sylvania
Lucas County
Ohio, USA

Tripp, Hersey A. 21092982
b. Feb. 22, 1813 d. Mar. 14, 1882 Association Cemetery
Sylvania
Lucas County
Ohio, USA

Added by Bob Tripp on Feb 08, 2014 6:47 PM

Cathy Stapleton
Vernon Jay Langworthy
Vernon married my Aunt I will gladly take over management if you wish. Thanks for all your work.

Added by Cathy Stapleton on Jan 01, 2014 7:44 AM

M. Richards
WILDERs in NY
Yes, I'll be more than happy to accept the transfer of the Wilders in New York. The family will greatly appreciate knowing the family is linked together. Thank you for doing all you do for findagrave. People like you are the ones who make it work.

Added by M. Richards on Oct 08, 2012 12:14 PM

Jacob Hittler
RE: Saint Joseph Cemetery
Thank You so Much. I had seen that cemetery on google maps but was under the impression the whole thing was "Ravine Cemetery"

Added by Jacob Hittler on Jan 02, 2012 3:46 PM

Jacob Hittler
Saint Joseph Cemetery
I don't know if I'm ignorant or just having a bad day, But I am trying to locate Saint Joseph Cemetery. I was hoping you might be able to help me with the location of the Saint Joseph Cemetery Picture that you have for Lucas Co. Ohio.

I live in florida and am traveling through the area in a couple of weeks and would love to stop in there and take some pictures. I have some ancestors buried there.

Thanks for any help.

Added by Jacob Hittler on Dec 26, 2011 8:33 AM

David H. Sweeney
Green
Thank you for posting Urbin and Laura Green (3255627 and 32556455), they are remote ancestors. They are husband and wife, would you please link the two of them. According to family records I have they were married 27 Jan 1858. Thanks.

Added by David H. Sweeney on Sep 29, 2011 9:08 AM

Git 'Er Dug
Soldier's Memorial
Hi! The photo you took of the Soldiers' Memorial in the Spring Valley Cemetery in MN is very poignant. May I use it on memorials of my Civil War ancestors who are buried in that cemetery?

Thanx!
Mitch

Added by Git 'Er Dug on May 07, 2011 10:51 PM

Edward Browne
Orin Dority
Dear HistoryMom, You posted a picture of Orin Dority's gravestone. He served in my great great grandfather's Civil War battery. Kathleen Jones of the Toledo Civil War Round Table took biographical data that I had collected on each soldier and added gravestone pictures to the text. She self-published that as a book. We are now making additions/corrections to that and would like to include your photo of Orin's grave. We would like permission to do that, but also was wondering if you had a higher resolution picture (dots per inch)as the one posted may be too low to use. Thanks, Ted

Added by Edward Browne on Apr 03, 2010 1:53 PM

Terri Vance Weston
Carrie Outerbridge
Thank you very much for the transfer of Carrie Outerbridge. Keep up the wonderful work!

Terri

Added by Terri Vance Weston on Aug 21, 2009 1:13 PM

ky coal miner
Woodson Perry Brown
Hey,
Wow, I never expected this. My aunt died in the 90s and she always talked about how she had never seen her first husband's grave. Since she remarried before his remains were sent home, Woodson's father made a decision to bury him there. This created some friction I think. Though, I was not born nor did I ever hear much about this. In 1930, here in Muhlenberg county, KY, this is the family:

William L Brown 37 father
Lelah Brown 36 mother
Robbell Brown 11 sister
Willinell Brown 11 sister
Woodson Brown 9 born 13 February 1921
George F Brown 1 10/12 brother went by Frank?

Frank Brown wrote my aunt (her name was Marie) on 2/25/1949. He told her that the remains of his brother would arrive the following day, 2/26/1949. The burial would be in Toledo Memorial Cem with military honors. He said, "it is a beautiful cemetery close to Syvina, 8 miles from Toledo." He said the cost of the funeral and marker should run about $300.

Woodson had been buried in a Military Cemetery in Saipan, in the Philippine Islands since he was killed in 1943 or 1944. He was a Marine, 4th Marine Division, 23rd Marines, Company A, 1st Battalion. His part in the beech assault was his first I believe and he was killed before he hit land.

Well, this is all the information I have on Woodson. Oh, his friends called him "Pete". I am not sure but possibly he was buried and Frank never applied for a marker. I will contact the VA and see if they have a record regarding is final resting place. My father can sign for the records I believe. It just saddens me to think that a loving husband, brother, and son, who gave his life fighting a war on the other side of the world my be lost to us. I will also try to contact somebody at the military cemetery in Saipan to see if it is possible he may still be buried there. Any ideas you may have are so much appreciated. Thank you so much for the work you have done on this.

Thanks again,
B

Added by ky coal miner on Jan 26, 2009 6:50 PM

ky coal miner
Toledo Memorial Park
Hi,
I love Find-A-Grave. Ir has helped me so much in my research. I found you on the Toledo Memorial Park page. I live in western Kentucky. My uncle, by marriage, was killed in WW2. His remains were delivered to his parents in Toledo. My aunt had remarried and never got to visit his grave. I believe, based on correspondance, he is buried in Toledo Memorial Park. If you ever have a chance, I would love to know if he is there. I have searched ancestry.com and other forums but have not found him listed as buried there. He is Woodson Perry Brown, USMC. Born 14 February 1921 and killed I believe in 1944 in the Phillipines. He was delivered back to Toledo to be buried. Letters that I have from my aunt's estate indicate he is in Toledo Memorial Park. I appreciate any help you can provide.
Sincerely.
Kentucky Coal Miner

Added by ky coal miner on Jan 24, 2009 11:26 PM

 
 

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