|Elena LaVictoire (#46807158)|
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|FredGen||RE: Using a picture of a stone on my blog.|
Feel free to use the photo. Thanks for asking. It was a great find. Nearly buried, I was able to dig it up and reset it. I have been working on research at Belleman's for nearly 5 years now, with hope to publish a revision of the Directory published by Milt Blatt did in the late 70's. I have repaired or reset nearly 30 gravestone in the process. But finding the stone for Valentine and wife was probably the greatest since no one had identified the stone, or knew it existed since before 1900.
Added by FredGen on Feb 10, 2016 5:29 PM
Thanks for the prompt claiming of my photo request. The son and daughter of Sophia Moser Smythe #93780241 and Sophia are all on one large headstone. I had posted the son and daughter, but not the mother.....because I had reached my quota of requests. Another volunteer photographer got the picture of the headstone and posted to the son and daughter. I was able to make another request today, and she attached her picture to the mother (Sophia's) as well.
Sorry you missed out on the opportunity. Thanks for being willing to get it, though.
|Paul||Kimballs in Mt Peace cemetery|
Thank you very much for finding their plot. It is always disappointing to find unmarked graves, but their resting place is documented now.
Added by Paul on Jul 17, 2012 4:07 PM
|davidrr07||Mary Helena and Emil photos|
Thank you so much for the great photos of Mary, Helena and Emil's gravestone. This has helped a lot. I'm still searching for Mary's husband Henry John Hohman and his second wife Mary Elizabeth. Thanks again
Talk about serendipity - the Sebastian Peters the fellow is looking for is buried at St. Vincents and I already have a grave photo resized and ready to add. I was out there about a month ago and had not finished adding everyone and there it was! I am emailing David now to let him know so he can add him.
Added by Zella on Apr 14, 2010 4:43 PM
|Zella||Hohman and Oescheger|
The graves are extant. All three names are on the same stone. When you get to the cemetery - go all the way to the far left end - they are two rows in from the fence on the level part, not far from the new grave.
Added by Zella on Apr 13, 2010 9:02 PM
|Zella||RE: Peters at St. Bernards|
Not a problem. I go by St. Bernards twice a day going to and from work, and I'm out there at least three times a month in warm weather. I could walk that cemetery in my sleep. If you want me to check the Hohman and Oeschger graves, I'd be happy to take a look tomorrow or Sunday after work. They are supposed to be in the back row next to the Ludwigs. I don't recall seeing them, but I know exactly where the Ludwigs are. BTW, the requester wrote back to me and redid the Peters listing, so that request would be null and void now, but the others are still legit.
Added by Zella on Apr 09, 2010 7:19 PM
|Zella||Peters at St. Bernards|
The Peters grave that was requested at St. Bernard's is not the one for Sebastian Peters, as the requester is hoping. I have already photographed said grave - it is that of Joseph and Veronica (Sutter) Peters. It simply reads 'father' and 'mother', but I know it is theirs as their daughters Henrietta and Rosa are buried on either side of the main Peters stone. I already have memorials up for all four of them, with the photos. Sebastian's grave, if he is there at all, is unmarked. I sent an SAC to the requester explaining the above.
Added by Zella on Apr 09, 2010 6:36 PM
Thanks, it's email@example.com.
|Kaen Gittel||Coughlin Graves|
Thank you for replying. Yes, I would apreciate the picture of the big stone, I'll keep it just in case it does prove to be Maria Doyle Coughlin. Again thanks so much.
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