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Any good thing, therefore, that I can do
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to any fellow human being
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Let me not defer nor neglect it,
for I shall not pass this way again.
– Stephen Grellet
1773–1855, Quaker missionary
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|Arie Donaldson||Memorial # 75939506|
You might want to take a look at this memorial. Mary's mother was Margaret Melissa Dantzler. Her father was Wilson Brazil Donaldson. She is buried of course in the Dantzler Cemetery. Thanks, Arie Donaldson
|BjJ||Elizabeth Ziegler #159843836 photo request|
Per your notes on the photo request for Elizabeth, I have a photo of her stone (shared with husband Gene). I did not post it to her memorial yet, but posted it to Gene's. Please take a look at that photo and if it meets your criteria, let me know via the Edit tab on memorial #43918916. There are a few shadows on it but unavoidable because of the trees near it. It still is very readable. Thanks.
Added by BjJ on Jul 20, 2016 7:53 AM
|Robert Savary||L. van Beers Luthy|
Thank you for taking an interest in Switzerland. There might be coming up more interesting information soon, as I intend to continue doing this for a while. Now about the suggested edit: If we search for “van Beers”, the database will show us 38 other search results (including some of them in the Netherlands itself); while there are only 6 other search results for “VanBeers”. The edit makes it more difficult to find this person’s grave, this is why I would rather leave the information as it is. Thank you and have a good day!
|Joe Aman||RE: On behalf of the Farrar family , Thank you.|
My pleasure. I also created a memorial with photos for Irena Grimes Farrar. Her memorial includes a photo of the back of the Farrar stone.
Added by Joe Aman on Jun 20, 2016 10:10 AM
|B. Smith Newmans||Barbara Alice MacKesson Babsie|
Thank you for your memorial page and photos of Babs. i hadn't seen them in a long time Babs is/was my aunt. Her twin being my mother.
We have located her grave in Durham, Ct
|Ken Brose||John Leonard Study; Etta Study|
I was at the Magnolia Memorial Park yesterday. A worker who had a cemetery map tried to find a marker for John and/or Etta Study at Section:AG; Block:NE; Lot:178xxS; Space:3. He could not find one.
|BjJ||Eliz Farrar #159843836 photo request|
You will need to contact the cemetery to get plot information for your photo request. This is a 365 acre cemetery and without plot info, a grave is impossible to find. They can be contacted at 217-789-2340 or at email@example.com. They respond quickly to e-mail requests; they are open Mon-Fri all day. When you get the info, please send an edit on the plot info via her edit tab so that it will be added to your request. Thanks.
Added by BjJ on May 21, 2016 6:11 AM
|Green Jewell||Margaret Fisher Trowbridge #132483642 & Margaret Farrar Trowbridge #132483657|
I believe these two records are for the same person, Margaret Farrar Trowbridge and have been confused. Margaret Farrar was the wife of "Col." John Trowbridge and mother of "Capt" John Trowbridge
|Tim & Grace||Ellery Clifton Farrar in Village Cemetery, Weymouth, Mass.|
I found Ellery Clifton Farrar burial location.
Lucky for me he isn't buried in Turner, Maine.
Sincerely, Tim Cooper
|Bulldog||Boylan in St. John's Morrison|
1st time to cemetery...only found 1 Boylan marker you requested...took One close-up...will post it. Walked entire cemetery. You may have to contact the cemetery sexton, caretaker to learn who holds the mapping. If that person can tell you who is buried on each side (N,S,E,W) of your Sarah, Patrick, Thomas, it's possible a flat stone is hidden by overgrown grass/dirt. The above direction can be added as a note to each Memorial. Of the 25 cemeteries I frequent, most have no records if or when a marker was ever placed. The funeral home and memorial business handle that.
Added by Bulldog on May 15, 2016 1:07 PM
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