|Tina Curtis (#47170797)|
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|I live in Payson, Utah. I love to walk through the cemeteries and enjoy the quiet and peacefulness that they hold.|
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|Amanda Fox||John M. Badham #30112683|
Would you mind removing the unmarked grave image that you added to John M. Badham #30112683. He does have a headstone that is shared with his mother. I've added his headstone picture to his memorial.
|Samuel Mecham||Headstone condition|
Dear Tina, first let me thank you and all the other Find A Grave volunteers that put in so much time, this website has been very helpful. My reason for emailing you is to ask about the condition of the headstones. I notice in this cemetery many of the headstones, like my GGF and GGM Seabury have a white substance that appears to be running down from the inscription. Is this just air pollution that has plated out on the headstone, or is it a substance that someone has used trying to make the inscription more readable for pictures. I have seen this in a couple of other cemeteries also. When I was stationed in New England there was a lot of people that visited cemeteries and did "rubbings" of the headstone inscriptions that were not readable due to age and weathering. This was done by placing wax or butcher paper over the headstone and rubbing the paper surface with a crayon or pencil. This would bring out the indentations in the headstone and allow it to be read on the paper, thus making an unreadable headstone readable. Do you know if this is still done, maybe it has been outlawed to protect cemeteries. Thanks for any info from you or the public. Sam,
|Sunflower Lady||Alice Edwina Searle Heaton|
I noticed that you have placed an unmarked grave photo on Find A Grave Memorial# 31414770. There is a beautiful tombstone photo that has been added. Please remove your photo. She is my great aunt. Thank you.
Anna Joe Chapple
Find A Grave Memorial# 56624355
Could you transfer her to me?
This is my cousin's baby. More like my sister's baby. More detailed relation -> our mother's are sister's. But Bre is an only child. Hence the "like sister's". We now actually have kids the same age (5 now). She had a boy right after Anna.
I'd appreciate it. I've asked before but I didn't get a respond. It was a year ago or more.
Maybe I'll run into you in the cemetery. I visit often as a volunteer and her grave on the North side. When I'm not working...not happening a lot lately? Much of my work is in Santaquin. ;) Don't want to scare you. lol
Added by ༻Ɛ༺ on Oct 26, 2014 3:01 AM
|glenna biggs||RE: Richard Kletting|
Yes, I was researching him some time ago because he was a famous architect, here in Salt Lake ,Utah. There are photos of him all over the interenet and I had a picture of his family. I can forward you what I have...maybe after Christmas
I'm looking for Robert Edward Lee b. Oct. 1889, d. July 1980. You photographed his wife's headstone: Grace Margueritte SCHOENFIELD Lee. If you find him would you please let me know?
Added by J.L. on Nov 21, 2013 12:19 PM
|Dennis Hatch||Ralph Howard Shell|
You took a photo of Ralph Howard Shell's # 31039541 headstone.His wife Mazie information is on the headstone.Would you transfer the same photo to Mazie Shepard Shell # 115648289.I created a memorial for her. Thank you for you kindness to go and photograph the headstone.
Sincerely,Dennis Hatch # 47490127
|Eva Persson||create a memorial|
Would you be willing to create a memorial for Carol Persson Hone? You created her husband's memorial #53002763, so since Carol has passed away it would be nice to have a memorial for her with her linked to her husband. If possible could you link her to her parents; mother Memorial# 31855269 and father; Memorial# 31855272
Thanks so much. Eva Bingham Persson
|Tina||RE: james baker|
Monticello Cemetery, UT
Do you have any info to add to the memorial on James Baker?
Added by Tina on Jan 28, 2013 4:27 PM
|glenna biggs||RE: Richard Kletting|
Are you related? I found some pics online if you need them. I was fascinated by him because he was an early architect in slc and a member of the lds church. But, surprisingly, they did not have complete records on him...so I started digging...I do that from time to time just for fun when my own lines get tedious or blocked.
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