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|Marguerite||Mary & Robert Allen @ Romeo Cemetery|
Plot 182-South was purchased on May 31, 1919 at the time of Mary's death as confirmed by the Village of Romeo office.
I went out to the office at Oak Hill Cemetery in Eugene, Oregon before I headed out to Rest Lawn. They manage both Rest Lawn in Junction City and Oak Hill in Eugene. James Daugherty is buried at Rest Lawn, in the Garden of Arbors, Block A 32, Space A-2. From your comments you were looking in the correct place. George Mack Daugherty has a headstone at Block A 32, Space A-1 and John P is Block A 32, Space 5. Only grass between these to headstones where James is Buried in an unmarked grave. Rest Lawn is really a nice cemetery, beautiful setting in the country, huge trees and very well maintained. Let me know if I can help you with any other information.
Added by Darjo on Oct 27, 2014 10:36 PM
|Jennifer Leighton||RE: Matilda Klock|
|L Mastan||RE: Lewis Grandstaff 1809-1890|
I come through your Lewis' brother Joseph L Grandstaff memorial #28542161. I had the privilege of visiting the graves of Joseph L and Elizabeth last month.
Added by L Mastan on Sep 14, 2014 7:00 PM
|L Mastan||Lewis Grandstaff 1809-1890|
Re memorial #135447048 Lewis Grandstaff 1809-1890.
Will you please change the memorial from "Burial Unknown" to Irville Cemetery, Nashport, Muskingum Co, Ohio?
Thanks to the Obit you put on your memorial for Lewis Grandstaff 1809-1890, I was to finally figure out that he is buried in Irville cemetery, Nashport, Muskingum Co, Ohio.
The last sentence says "The remains of Lewis Grandstaff were taken to Nashport near Zanesville today for burial...." Irville Cemetery is where some of his children are also buried.
Also, he died on May 14, 1890 (not May 4).
The first line of the obit says he died 3p.m. Wednesday. The last line notes the Bucyrus Journal, May 16, 1890. Checking the 1890 calander, May 16th was a Friday, and Wednesday was be May 14th.
Thank you so much!
Added by L Mastan on Sep 13, 2014 5:23 PM
|Barnard/OConnor/Wolford||Grandstaff at Ottawa Hills|
Greetings! This cemetery will not give out grave locations to photographers, citing privacy reasons. With thousands of burials, a location is necessary. Please call their office at 419-536-8321 to get the location. I go there at least once a week when the office is closed to do the requests. Thanks!
|Paul Sutton Kamalsky||RE: Wilber gravestones|
You are very welcome, Cassie
Yes. Each one, individually.
Added by BPHTOL on May 24, 2014 4:27 AM
I transfer outside of Find A Grave guidelines. I encourage you to submit any family memorials that you'd like to manage for transfer.
Added by BPHTOL on May 23, 2014 1:35 PM
Do you have a newspaper source for the obituary of Ulysses Franklin "Frank" Quillman?
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