RE: Looking for grave in Magnolia Cemetery Thank you so much for the obituary. His only living sibling will be so happy to have a copy of this. I appreciate the information and will look into contacting Mr. Landry. You were correct about my grandmother's maiden name. It is spelled Ciravolo. Thanks again. You have made my day.
Looking for grave in Magnolia Cemetery Hello, My name is Carol Savage and recently I found your listing of my uncle's grave in Find a grave. The cemetery does not have a record of the plot where he is buried. During your documentation of the graves in the Magnolia Cemetery in Baton Rouge, would you have noted the plot number? His name was Paul Marro, born November 1931, died January 1932. You even noted that he was the 2 month old son of Mr and Mrs Joe Marro. My family did not know where he was buried, and we are ever so grateful to you for finding him for us. We would love to visit his grave and make sure that it is kept up. Thank you, Carol Savage
RE: Magnolia Cemetery Now you have plenty of time to do another cemetery. May I suggest Lutheran? I will be tied up all next week and will be having cataract surgery on Apr. 4, but will get back to Lutheran for photos as soon as the doctor releases me. In the meantime I will check Magnolia and see if I can add photos to the memorials you already created.
RE: Magnolia ~ 2012 Cory, thank you for the accolades, but it's just a happy accident. Once I found the newspaper archived at the library's website, I started alphabetically with all the cemteries in east baton rouge parish. I'm looking for entries I made without obits, and then searching the archives for them. When I see the odd one for Magnolia cemetery, or Lutheran, or Gilbert, I search for a memorial, then add one if needed. Happy accident, but thanks, rita