|Jack Wilson (#47397977)|
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I was born in Bedford -Stuyvesant Brooklyn in 1952.|
I am presently a Missionary and Pastor in the Payatas area of the Philippines.
I would also like to make a statement. those of us who make these memorials for genealogy purposes feel a close connection with all our ancestors. When you refuse to transfer someone you do not have a connection, please know that you are depriving a family member of being the caretaker of that memorial. I would love to hear why some people do that.
I would think that everyone would want to transfer memorials to relatives. After all, they still get the credit for creating it and the relative can get contacts with family members seeking information. I have asked sometimes, those who have created memorials if they know anything about them and they did not. How much greater had a relative seeking to claim it would have received it and could share information.
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|Marcial Fernandez||RE: Calvary|
I thought you lived in the neighborhood!
One of these days, when you come to Calvary, let me know so that we can meet and maybe go for a cup of coffee or a more "substantial" drink.
"Now, if you believe that the pictures I uploaded for Jack Wilson are not the one that show where his grave is, please let me know and I will remove them with no problem, but I can tell you that it would be the first time I fail out of 87 graves I've done so far."
Sorry, I typed your name when I meat to type "John Moran".
|Marcial Fernandez||RE: John Moran|
Jack, weather you call it "plot" or "range" the combination 5-D or D-5 is unique in each section. Either way you go, by the leter or by the number, you will end up at the same grave.
If you go to the list of all photo claims (I am provided you with a link), you will see that the great majority of F.A.G. members use "Range" for the number and "Plot" for the letter:
And when you visit any headstone, you will see always the same sequence with a few exceptions: number, number, letter, grave.
I know the way it is done and never failed. Check all the graves I found with no problem whatsoever. I think the difference is only the name, "Plot" or "Range". I can go by the number (call it "range" or "plot") or by the letter (call it "plot or "range"), whichever is more convenient. Either way will take me to the grave I am looking for.
Now, if you believe that the pictures I uploaded for Jack Wilson are not the one that show where his grave is, please let me know and I will remove them with no problem, but I can tell you that it would be the first time I fail out of 87 graves I've done so far.
Believe me, I don't need the video, I know how to reach a grave at Calvary.
|Marcial Fernandez||RE: John Moran|
No, Jack, plots have letters, not numbers. This is the way Calvary has set the grave locations:
Section (number), Range (number), Plot or row (letter) and finally the grave number. In all 86 memorials with 342 photos I've done that's the way it is. I just got the final photo that I needed and will upload them in a minute.
|Marcial Fernandez||John Moran|
Hi Jack, I am almost done on my research. I went yesterday and took pictures of Range 5 in both Plots D but when I got home and processed the photos I realized that I missed the last 2 headstones, although I am pretty sure that they are not for John Moran. I'll find out today or tomorrow and will post the photos.
|Cynthia R.||RE: Walker/1700's|
William Walker, 1700's/Northern Ireland, came to America, in 1818(?) with son, John. John is father to George Walker. George is father to Ernest Walker. Ernest is father to my mother, Bonnie Mary Walker.
I know John married twice, to Isabella Fullerton and Nary Jane Wallace. John is buried in S.C. 1820-1893
|JP Rayder||RE: Herting|
I hope all is well with you, someday another photo volunteer will discover the beauty of Evergreens and will understand its charm, it's like no other cemetery.take care for now....JP
You're welcome. I'm happy to have been able to help.
Added by Dyane on May 12, 2015 7:47 PM
The plot contains:
Quattrocchi, Angelina Contursi 132575142
b. May 14, 1880 d. Feb. 25, 1943
Quattrocchi, Jay Dixon 107810785
b. Feb. 8, 1936 d. Mar. 16, 2006
Quattrocchi, Nino 107810692
b. 1901 d. Jan. 2, 1996
Quattrocchi, Raymondo 146376777
b. 1872 d. 1944
Quattrocchi, Rita 146376851
b. 1850 d. 1921
Added by Dyane on May 12, 2015 7:41 PM
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