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If I have entered a family member of yours, please contact me - I am always happy to transfer memorials. And if you find errors, please do not hesitate to point them out so I can correct them. Thanks.|
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Many thanks for the edits to the Henry family!
Added by PRMc on Jul 29, 2016 3:23 PM
|Joan Bartz||Abby Shumaker|
Thank you for the transfer.
Municipal and Municipal - Masonic are two separate cemeteries. I will send you a map, it is much clearer that way.
Although by rights it should just be Masonic as the two were started by a separate individual or organization. But it was hard enough to get them separated when I started and some of the Masonic are still mixed in with Municipal and Orchard Mesa sections. It makes searching that much more difficult because if you don't find them where they should be you have to search the other sections. Oh well.
Added by Cara on Jul 25, 2016 10:48 AM
|Timothy Gorman||Norbert Heitmeyer Image|
Slow response, but thank you for photographing and posting Norbert Heitmeyer's gravesite. It is immensely helpful.
Thanks for your query.
Orchard Mesa Cemetery has many different cemeteries: OM (lettered blocks), Municipal (numbered blocks), Masonic, Oddfellows, Calvary, Fairview, Veterans, etc.
The photo was taken at Orchard Mesa, but not in the Orchard Mesa section. It was taken in the Municipal section.
"Cemetery notes and/or description:
The Orchard Mesa Cemetery has nine different sections which are very much like cemeteries themselves. They have signs and fences or borders around many of them. The nine cemeteries include: Municipal, Fair View, Ohr Shalom, St. Anthony, Calvary, Masonic, Odd Fellows, Veterans, Orchard Mesa. They are listed separately for Findagrave purposes."
If the person is not entered correctly you have to potentially search all of the above cemeteries to find them, which is why I requested that you change their location to "Municipal".
If this is not clear I'll try again. Let me know.
Added by Cara on Jul 23, 2016 3:20 PM
|tltrotti||Reading Schuler/Shuler #82391916|
Just thought I would let you know that his name was Schuler, but as a metal worker he needed to stamp his work and to save money when he had a stamp made, he removed the silent C from his name on the stamp and went by Shuler. That is why you find his name with both spellings. Some of his children went with Schuler others decided to use Shuler.
Added by tltrotti on Jul 16, 2016 2:19 PM
|Joyce Frey||William Hyde|
Information added. Thanks
|Janet Mess||Elizabeth Ignacio 117483865 and Marion Ignacio 115482062|
I am the family historian/genealogist, first cousin to Marion. Please transfer both. Jan Mess 48743673. Thank you.
|Investigator||RE: maj Wm Stone|
Thanks again, I think I've got it and have submitted requests.
|Investigator||RE: maj Wm Stone|
Thanks, did not realize your physical location. Since I am relatively new and have never requested photo assistance, not sure how a request is submitted, but will study the home page and get it done.
Thanks again for your assistance and dedication to Find A Grave.
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