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Mary Chidester
RE: Trump
You are so very welcome!
Added by Mary Chidester on Mar 28, 2014 7:53 PM
Ashtabula Co. Gen. Soc.
James or Julius Bowers
Hello _ I believe you are right about the stone in Lakeview Cemetery in Geneva, Ohio for Bowers. I will contact the photographer and see if they got the info from burial cards or just assumed it was James. It rather looks like Julius to me and when I went to it shows James being buried elsewhere. Thank you for the info. I will pursue it. Phyllis
Added by Ashtabula Co. Gen. Soc. on Feb 21, 2014 5:04 AM
RE: Albert Allen
If you send me the memorial# I will transfer him to you.
Added by mygenpassion on Jan 29, 2014 8:30 PM
RE: Henninger Family
You are most welcome.
Added by Mandora on Oct 17, 2013 7:16 PM
Julie Rasmussen
Jack Parrott
I'm going to have to do some rubbings on some stones to see if I can pull off more information. I thought I found Jack buried directly to the west of Mary Parrott and near C. Parrott and added that photo. However, I later decided it wasn't the right photo. I will try again soon.
Added by Julie Rasmussen on Sep 25, 2013 2:30 PM
queen david
very ugent

i hope this mail meets you in good health? with your family May Almighty God be with you people


My Name is Miss Queen David, the only Daughter of late Dr.David, I wish to request for your assistance in an immediate transaction. My late father was a Road contractor and an Estate consultant before his death in that political problem in Cote D•Ivoire last year 2011 took lives of my parents, After several months of funeral of my late parents, My uncles and some members of the family started treating me Bad with their human wickedness and diabolic powers; thereby forcing me out of my late fathers house I am an homeless orphan now.

It was my late fathers lawyer that disclose about this money five million United States Dollars ($5,000,000 USD) that is in a financial institute. The lawyer instructed me to look for a reliable foreigner who will help me for the money to be transfer abroad.
i want you to stand as my late father foreign beneficiary over this money they left for me before there death i will be glad to give you 20% of the total sum, for your kind gesture. Please it is very important you contact me immediately for us to proceed. Please don't forget to bring
your full names---------------
Marital Status---------------
And Your phone numbers.----------------
as to know better side of you. Immediately i hear from you i will give you the Bank contact where the Money is Deposited.
Awaiting your soonest and positive response.

Truly yours, Miss Queen David.
Added by queen david on Aug 16, 2013 4:08 AM
John E. Shawhan
I received this information from the local funeral home records. It shows Amelia as spouse. Perhaps this was a second wife ? Good luck with the researching !
Added by starbuck on Aug 08, 2013 10:08 AM
John C. Anderson
RE: Crown point cemetery
That is correct. If there's no photo on any of my managed memorials, then there's no tombstone. In 2005, I took over 21,000 photos in Crown Point. Any burials after 2005 may have a tombstone since I have not retaken new burials.
Added by John C. Anderson on Aug 04, 2013 10:01 AM
James Watkins
RE: Locker
Hi, I'm not related to the Lockers only thru his wife Lucy Wheeler Locker, my grandmother was Lucy's sister. Jim.
Added by James Watkins on Jun 28, 2013 2:46 PM
Harpersfield Rural Cemetery, Delaware Co., NY

The cemetery is exactly located as shown on its F-A-G map and is not as hard to find as rumored. My great aunt Tessie Wilcox Jones (34619844) bequethed its "perpetual care" via two vast NYC bank accounts in 1968 (separate banks!), thus its nest egg is greater than most American individual's retirement account today. Selflessly without indicating her own name, the bronze plaque and new gate (1970) honor ancestors she and I share. She did not know at the time that we have even more ancestors there. All to say that the cemetery is (and will be) in magnificent condition largely thanks to her, I'm happy to report, as I had never been until Saturday, May 04, 2013. From her files, I have a complete interment list and complete enumerated surname plot map (copied from the original in 1955), thus better records than are currently online in the Delaware Co. archive. Long planned, I arrived at 8am and photogrpahed the entire cemetery. I soon realized 99% of the stone inscriptions face exactly due west and all would be in shade until noon. Given their age (and acid rain wear), all were nearly impossible to read in shadow. I gave up other destinations to wait the additional four hours until the sun "came around" to the face of each. Rather miraculously I can say, the entire cemetery is one vast sundial and from the far west end, all became suddenly and at the same moment (noon), "legible" - something like an orchestra when all begin to play. Or a silent crowd that at once starts talking. Quite an astonishing spectacle, I assure you! I had to scramble to re-photograph all my ancestors and then all the photo requests, because they soon became just as illegible in full sun as full shadow. I could not rephotogrpah the entire cemetery again in time, But I did reshoot your request.

I will ask F-A-G to add a note to the cemetrey description advising to arrive noon - 1:30 for best viewing results. In the meantime, I wonder if you would be so kind as to use the "inscription" hot link to add the exact transcription (by line/case/font) as per my previous note. You chose to paraphrase the information I provided in the bio section - but for those of us interested in design, graphics and period verbiage, the epitaph correctly represented then shows in Google searches. One can then discern whether the epitaph is a popular copy or original. Also: for those piecing together fragmentary epitaphs, a complete memorial is the best aid to serious researchers and posterity. Many thanks.

Hope this helped,

Philip in NYC
Added by pkarchs on May 18, 2013 6:10 AM
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