I live in South Florida and genealogy is my passion. The individuals on findagrave have been so kind and generous with their time and effort. I felt, I too should take up the mantle and help others looking for relatives in South Florida. While traveling, I try to visit and shoot some stones. Just spent a month in Ireland and took some shots while there. Happy to make transfers and corrections. You are welcome to use all pictures taken by me.
Coston at Calvary Hi There, I would suggest calling the cemetery office for a burial location to add to your online memorial. This is why there are so many unfulfilled requests, because volunteers don't know where to find them and the office at Calvary is not helpful in giving out the information to us either. Thank you! -Carolyn
If you would prefer a closer view of the large family stone for those without the individual stone I'd be happy to go back to the cemetery and take another picture. I noticed you already have a larger view on a couple of the Cunninghms without the individual stones. I thought the further view gave a better impression of where they were buried next to the individual stone that is showing.
Today I went to Mt. Carmel Cemetery to take pictures of the Cunningham family you posted on Find A Grave. I found a large family headstone with only the family surname (Cunningham) on it and two small individual stones - one for Gertrude and one for John. I've posted both the family stone and the individual ones form Gertrude and John but only the family stone for the others. Sorry, wish I'd had better luck.
RE: Marilou Core, #93473531 Donna, I do have a phone number and will be happy to call. Hopefully they will be willing to assist. Just FYI, I found no marker with the name "Core", but the stone could have been covered with leaves, or any number of other reasons I didn't see it. I won't give up, however.
Marilou Core, #93473531 Donna: Yesterday, I went to photograph Marilou Core's burial marker, as requested, and could not find one for her. Do you happen to know if she actually has a marker? If you are not certain, I can check with the cemetery office and see if they would be willing to assist. They are very helpful, at times, and at other times, not-so-much.