|Chuck Schubert (#47903562)|
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I am a retired school teacher and retired from the United States Army. I currently live in California and I travel through out the country and try to help others find their loved ones when on my travels. You may use any picture I have taken. |
Any headstone image I post is public domain and available for non-profit use - ONLY IF - you give credit by listing your source so others can find it. Noting the source INCLUDES the photographer's name and either the Find A Grave memorial number or memorial URL. Acknowledgement of where found and who posted them would be appreciated but not mandatory.
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31,566 Memorials Added
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|Karen||Re: Ernest Harris|
Thank you SO much for the transfer!!
Added by Karen on Feb 07, 2016 6:08 PM
|Caroline King||Mary Gilder|
Thanks for the quick response. I have newspaper clippings of everything if you think you want to take information from that. It is a tragic story. I can email them to you. Is that your correct email on the account. I will subject line them as Mary Gilder.
|Caroline King||Mary Gildner- in Allentown|
Thank you for posting this. I was looking for her all over. After her son died in 1895, Charles Gildner age 5, she went mad. Several months later she brutally murdered her infant. She was then an inmate in the state hospital system for many years. The last reference I see for her is on the 1930 census for the Allentown State Hospital for the Insane. She was 72 in 1930. There is no 1940 census for her so she probably passed between 1930-1940. Her birth has been recorded as 1857. This is really a sad story. Her son Charles was playing on real trains (yes, a 5 year old was playing on real trains) and fell and got decapitated and mangled by a coal train.
|Rich Dohm||Oakwood mixup ~|
Hello Chuck. I just noticed, you posted a photo of my aunt's gravestone to the wrong memorial. THIS is the gravestone of Ada B. (Shelton) Hughes 1885-1968, not Ada (Sharpe) Hughes 1876-1910, and you've linked her incorrectly from John C. Hughes. To fix this, please remove the photo from THIS memorial and place it HERE. Then please remove the relationship link from HERE? Thanks for your help, and your Army service as well. Rich.
OK, you are not using the search within the cemetery. Go to the basic search screen. In last name put 123. In the location spots put the state and county you just worked on. Select entered in the last 24 hours from the date filter. For instance if you do that in California you get 0 in the last 24 hours with no last name. Last 7 days the number is 5 . . . if you do all in the last 24 hours the number is 36 and you can sort by cemetery by clicking on the cemetery word on the upper right corner of the list. You can use the county if you've been entering in one particular cemetery. No way to search all memorials added that I know of . . . but this takes care of many of the glitches where the last name appears in one of the other fields or gets lost completely. Does that help? I know that cemetery was huge and when we have over 10k memorials, it's difficult to search our own. I'm trying to think of other search methods that help in large cems, like within the cem searching by one initial only in the last name field, like "a". In the big cemeteries it gets really hard.
Added by Airrow on Sep 05, 2015 4:54 PM
|Airrow||RE: Thank you|
No problem. It happens a lot more than you think and when we have as many memorials as we do, it's hard to see them, especially in a large cemetery. But if you search in the main search field using last name "123" and limit by last 24 hours or 7 days and add a state/county, you can easily see them. I usually just watch California but I've started to expand :)
Added by Airrow on Sep 05, 2015 1:35 PM
|Linda Applegate Brown||RE: I am lost (Cave Hill Cemetery)|
The information is online at http://www.cavehillcemetery.com/. Most of the many older burials only have the person's name and burial date, not a birth or death date. From what I understand from someone else who contacted me is that some individuals were moved from other cemeteries, and the burial date is the date they were interred at Cave Hill; their death date may be before that. If a date of death on any of my memorials is incorrect, please send a correction through the "Edit" tab and I will be sure to have it updated. Thank you for all that you are doing. ~Linda
|Mike B.||Oakwood Cemetery Richmond, Va.|
Hi Chuck thanks you for getting the pictures of the headstones and dates for me. Oakwood is a city own cemetery. City of Richmond has more problems than taking care of any of it's cemeteries. There are only six people there to cut all that grass and they also have to do all the funerals. They get behind very quickly. They need over 12 people to do the job but the city is slow to hire. They use inmates to weed around the headstones. There are over 75,000 people buried in Oakwood. If you have the maps of the cemetery I'm the person who made them. If you go inside the office they will give you maps of the cemetery if they aren't to busy.
Added by Mike B. on May 15, 2014 6:31 AM
|RoxyT||RE: LILLIAN COSTELLO and PATRICK JAY COSTELLO|
Hello! It is nice to hear from you :-) I am Roxanna, daughter of Valerie Costello. My Grandpa is John Martin Costello, son of Lillian and Patrick Jay. I fixed the requested information, as it was my error. I do have the original Obit for Patrick Jay if you would like me to email or postal mail you a copy. As for Lillian I only had that one picture which belonged to my late Grandpa John. I would love to keep in contact with you if that is okay. I am sure my mother Valerie would as well. You can email me or find me on Facebook. :-) I hope to hear from you soon.
Added by RoxyT on Aug 24, 2012 4:35 PM