|Robert Dunford||RE: Photo|
Your welcome. Glad to help.
Sorry I was not able to determine when Albert died, John...he was last listed as living in the Cattaraugus County Home in Machias in the 1930 census, and I could not find an obituary for him.
|Ron Kinney||RE: Photo|
You're welcome John.
|Wayne Ashley||RE: Photo|
I just sent you an e-mail...there are 2 others that I photographed but are not listed as internments.
It took me a long time to find Section FF. The office told me the wrong location for FF. He is buried by the following Laure, Martha White, Jess R. Stella, Edward and Jane Willaims. Found them but there was not a headstone for Leslie. I need but up a picture of the big headstone with the surname on it.
Find a grave listed Leslie in grave 57, but according to the office Leslie is in grave 7.
Added by JJH on May 15, 2016 12:38 PM
I am so happy to have found it! I've actually had the photos on my computer for quite awhile and am finally tackled adding them. There is a bit of the epitaph I can't quite read, but perhaps I'll find it and try to figure it out when I get out there again.
Added by a2 on May 14, 2016 6:32 AM
|Paul Frazier||RE: Photo|
|Brad Campbell||RE: Photo|
The weather warmed up enough to get me out with the camera. Its always a pleasure to fulfill requests.
The Find A Grave section under FAQ, Membership/Signing In, “What is a photo request?” mentions: “Many cemetery offices will only provide that information (exact grave location to photograph a possible marker) to relatives of the deceased and will not assist photo volunteers with finding the grave location.”
There’s a reason more than 50 requests have not been realized for Woodlawn Cemetery in Green Bay, WI. I suggest you contact the office manager, Mary Lemirande, at (920) 432-6077 or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org to learn the exact location of Margaret Mooers #83140395, especially which Park (section) and names of individuals buried on each side (N,S,E,W) of your individual. Then, go back to your “Request A Photo” and add those “notes” so a photo volunteer can at least take a photo of the grassy plot if no marker is present. The cemetery does not usually have a record if or when a marker was placed at a grave site. Without the specifics, the only other suggestion I have is to remove your request. Thank you!
Added by Bulldog on Dec 28, 2015 7:15 PM
|Jean Stewart||Mary Leona Friend Stewart|
Hi, you probably got a note that this photo request has been fulfilled. Please know that the user Henderson was active for half a minute, and put folks in made-up cemeteries with nicknames. So Mary is not in Sugar Creek/Gassaway, she is in Simmons Graveyard with her husband. I am trying to get the owner of the real/newer gravesite to request a merge.
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