Thank you for finding and posting pix of Jernbergs in Chicago; I didn't get a notification, but just happened to see them. These were my mom's friends, and she will be happy to see their markers.
|Joseph Paige||photo request|
Thank you for finding and photographing the headstone of my 2nd great uncle, Albert G. Schweitzer.
|Nels Swanson||Daft-Oak Wood cem|
Thank you for your efforts. Please post what you have and email me a copy. my email is firstname.lastname@example.org
|Matthew||Ott Family in Oak Woods|
I have now added Roscoe Ott and Bertha Ott to FindAGrave, so if you have pictures of their marbles stubs, I'd be grateful if you want to upload/add them to the profiles:
If you wouldn't mind sending me full resolution versions of all Ott plot images to ragtimematt [a-t] gmail [d-o-t] com, I'd love to have them. (Feel free to use that address for further communication, as well.) And I hate to take advantage, but could you also tell me how to find the Otts in Oak Woods, just in case I should ever get to Chicago to see the cemetery myself?
Added by Matthew on Apr 21, 2008 3:04 PM
|Diana Hunnicutt||Thomas Luke Blitch Photos|
Thank you so much for uploading the fantastic photos of the Confederate memorial with Thomas Luke Blitch listed on it. It is great!
I can't tell you how excited and appreciative I am to have photos of the Ott and Cameron graves. I had almost given up hope on my photo request. Thank you for photographing all of them -- I was hoping their family would be interred together.
Do you recall if there happened to be a marker for a Roscoe or Bertha Ott? They died in early childhood or infancy, but I don't know precisely when (it was sometime between 1870 and 1880).
Thanks again for all your time and effort. It looks like you had a beautiful day for graving there.
Added by Matthew on Apr 16, 2008 8:39 PM
|Stonewall||Re: Charles H. McConnell photo request|
Hello and good day.
Thank you very much for your efforts on my behalf. My information that this gentleman has a military marker in Oak Woods Cemetery came from the Sons of Union Veterans Grave Database. Your firsthand information appears to contradict this.
I can only surmise the marker that the SUV has documented is only a cenotaph, and not his actual burial site.
Please except my sincere apologies for any and all inconveniences. I am truly sorry that my fault took up your valuable time.
Again, thank you for contacting me concerning this. Your kindness is much appreciated. Have an enjoyable rest of the day.
|Chuck Smith||William Sumner|
The pictures are beautiful. Thank you so much!