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|Corrie Hanko||RE: re: crystal krier|
You're very welcome. It's hard to get a good photo of the stone because it's so shiny. It reflects every bit of light. There is a rather large area that is built up as a shrine. She was obviously well loved by many.
Hi Orleans, have already posted photograph to fredeick , It has been duplicated by another person. glad to have helped . frank
|Michael||RE: re: nina borelli|
You are very welcome. I am glad I was able to help and you liked the photo.
I hope you have a nice Thanksgiving as well.
Added by Michael on Nov 28, 2013 5:29 PM
|Dean Jantzen||RE: re: cleo fern daley-cope|
FYI-here are two memorial pages created for GGNC. First is for jj Witch the second is a duplicate for the same person but the spelling is Witsch. Which (no pun intended) is the same spelling as the headstone. Interestingly-the VA admin. has the same listed on their web search pages. Cheers~rp
Added by rp on Nov 26, 2013 3:18 AM
Transfer completed. Glad I could help you.
|Janet Personette||RE: Barrrett|
Can you send me the Find A Grave ID number so I get the correct transfer please. If you can, send me the link for the page.
As you created the spouse's page, if you like I would be happy to transfer the page to you.
|Gerry Jean||RE: ROSIE WITCH|
Forgot to mention: I now believe that Rosie is interred immediately to the left of Annie Gaynor's stone but doesn't have a headstone. I had taken a photo of that empty space; would you want that photo uploaded to Rosie's memorial page?
|Gerry Jean||RE: ROSIE WITCH|
The following is the exact response from Joyce from the Holy Cross office. I followed this with my reply that included 2 photos of the Gaynor headstone and the area immediately to its left (between the Earley stone that Joyce mentions and the Gaynor stone). This is why I asked you for your email so that I could send you the complete story. FYI, I've been bcc'ing "JennO", the creator of the Annie Gaynor memorial page plus the update of that photo.
It's a good thing that I'm a teetotaler else I may have "fortified" myself along the way!
(From Holy Cross:)
I had one of our grounds supervisors visit section "F" this morning. Rosie Witch is in the correct grave location, Section F, Row 10, Area 18 and Grave 7. She is buried by herself and there is not a monument on her grave. Her burial date is that of July 17, 1898. The closest monument to her grave is Thomas Earley at Section F, Row10, Area 18, Grave 3.
We also located a grave for a Anna Jordan who was also buried on July 17, 1898, her grave is close to where Rosie Witch's grave is however this grave is located in Section F. Row 10, Area 19 and Grave 1, there is a stone on her graveside which could be the one that you were visiting. At this grave site of Anna Jordan , the monument has the name of Annie Gaynor. Since you can have any name put on a monument it is either Annie Jordan or could be a cenotaph for someone who is not buried at Holy Cross. We would have to do more research on this, so you would need to complete a research form in order for us to do the work, the cost would be $35.00, something you may want to think about .
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