|Judy Wilmot Davison "Aunt J"||RE: Kibler in Knollwood Cemetery|
Thanks for your offer to help! There are three ways to do this.
First, you could delete this memorial and create it again in Knollwood in Cuyahoga County, OH.
Second, you could transfer the memorial to me, temporarily. I will correct it and transfer back to you. To do a transfer, you need my ID#47165084.
Third, You can do the transfer yourself in a few easy steps.
1. Go to his memorial 59306633
2. Click on the (Edit) link next to the word "Burial"
3. On the next screen, accept the default, which is "Cemetery Burial" and click on the the word "Continue"
4. Override the cemetery name on this screen by typing in the word "Knollwood". You will get four choices: select the one that is in Cuyahoga County, Ohio.
That will move the memorial to the correct cemetery.
|dennis miller||Harriet Hollingsworth|
hi art, since no one has claimed your photo request for Harriet Hollingsworth in stanaford cemetery and its been 8 months-would you consider removing it and then resubmitting it? works for me sometimes-dennis from toledo
|Judy Wilmot Davison "Aunt J"||Kibler in Knollwood Cemetery|
Hi again Art,
His memorial #59306633. The real Knollwood Cemetery is in Mayfield Heights, Cuyahoga co OH. At last count, there were 1,376 memorials for that cemetery, very popular also for Geauga County residents. My parents from Geauga County are also buried there.
Your Kibler memorial is now the only one remaining in the non-existent place called Knollwood Cemetery in Geauga County.
Would you consider doing a quick and easy transfer of this memorial to the real Knollwood Cemetery in adjoining Cuyahoga County? Then we'll be able to request that the administrators remove this "Geauga County cemetery" from the list.
Because newspaper obits often name the cemetery but not its location, family members wishing to create a memorial for their loved one may continue to look in the wrong county for this cemetery. Now that it is nearly empty, we'd love to get this confusing cemetery location off the site entirely.
Thanks for your help with our efforts to clean up the cemetery listings for Geauga County, Ohio.
|Brenda Kay||Infant baby girl KIBLER|
I will go back to the Alliance Cemetery when I get some extra time and look around more. I did find her parents in Section J no. 44
At the libray in the cemetery book it also stated the infant girl was there too. Maybe they just never had a stone for her. Do you have any history where there should be a marker?
|Timmy & Joyce Gibbs||Charles Louis Alger|
I was out at the Saint George Cemetery but was unable to locate a Headstone for Charles but did manage to get a Headstone Photo for Alva Don Pulsipher Alger and Sarah Ann Pulsipher Alger so I took a picture of the General area that he is believed to be buried which is behind the Cemetery Office about 3 -4 sections to the West
also I received this Website form a man that cuts grass at the cemetery it is called Names In Stone and thought it might be of some help to you
Hi, you have a photo request for a William Anderson in Hebron Lutheran Cemetery. I found, and photographed, a J.W. Anderson with the same dates, 1843 - 1923. Is it possible this is one and the same person, and William is his middle name? He has a spouse listed on his stone as well, Rachel. If you believe this is indeed the same person, I can fulfill your request.
|DVF||RE: Charlotte (Good) Kibler grave|
Art, good news! The front view of Charlotte's marker was lurking in the memory of my camera; I was able to bring it up again. I've just posted it.
Added by DVF on Nov 28, 2010 5:07 AM
|DVF||RE: Charlotte (Good) Kibler grave|
Art, I did take a photo of the front too but managed to erase it as I was transferring it to my computer. So, I gave you what I had.
Added by DVF on Nov 24, 2010 3:39 PM
Hi, I am still working on the Kibler graves and it is very confuseing, but here it goes, Wilson was born in 1855 and he was 94 yrs old when he died, he is buried with Frank A. Sr. and Hugh and Ida and also buried there is Frank A. They are not on the marker you already have a picture of. there is 5 in T-197. I can't not find the grave of Bertha and Herbert Kibler they are in J-44 and so is the stillborn infant, I'm sure the infant will be in the same grave as the parents, I will contine to look in that area but I dont think they have a marker...also Carrie and Isaac are in J-45 and I also cant find a stone for them... I will let you know if I find there stone.. Diane
Added by dadi on Nov 17, 2010 4:35 PM
|Thomas Wilde||RE: Hugh Kibler grave|
I have added the pictures. Glad to help.
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