|MFC||RE: Edna & Pres Wilcox|
You are most welcome. I enjoy Waterloo Cemetery...so anytime!
Added by MFC on Jun 24, 2015 7:24 PM
|Kay Beucler||RE: Charles & Florrie Cramer|
Happy to have them managed by family. Please let me know if there are any others. Kay
|Anne||RE: Denison Family Memorials|
Sorry about that. I realized as soon as I hit the add photo button that I'd added the wrong picture. I will delete the incorrect photo. Unfortunately there is no headstone for Harold. I've checked the entire area for his stone.
Added by Anne on Jun 06, 2015 10:09 AM
|Ray Vallins||RE: Cemetery Restriction|
It was for Frank Patrick 1912-1985:
You would have to contact them and ask re personal
I have seen the photo and it is a good one:
|Ray Vallins||Frank Patrick|
If you go to this site: http://austcemindex.com
you can see a photo of the grave:
The people that run the site are against letting you have a copy for Find A Grave but at least you can see it:
|Samantha||RE: George Perry Memorial|
I have also posted photos for Anna 1883-1969. I have photos for Jennie Blovin 1866-1941 but saw no memorial. If interested please let me know. Thanks
Added by Samantha on Apr 26, 2015 4:39 PM
|Little Fir||Albert Kiplinger|
Albert Kiplinger was my grandfather's first cousin. I recently posted a picture of a check he signed on his memorial. You may wish to look at it and if you want me to remove it, just let me know.
|Mr Jibbs||RE: Ward & Crouch Memorials|
I am a Ward descendent and have my great, great grandparents (William and Amanda Ward) as well as my great grandparents (Herbert and Melissa Ward) buried there. We have other family members there so I have made quite a few visits to the Ward Cemetery.
Most of the Wards are buried near the middle of the cemetery. These appear to be some of the oldest markers. Then at the south end is another clump of old markers. These are primarily the Swishers.
Scattered between the Wards and the Swishers are several graves marked with just a simple concrete block. These blocks aren't cut stone, but rather rough aggregate concrete, rectangular and all about the same size and laying flat. It is unlikely that they date back to the late 1800's but could have been placed later to mark damaged graves or graves with wooden markers. There are also several low or depressed areas that could be potential graves.
I'm sorry but I didn't think to call the caretaker's number or check with the local church to see if anyone had old maps or records of the cemetery. I have general photos of the cemetery that I would be more than happy to share if you are interested.
Added by Mr Jibbs on Mar 25, 2015 2:17 PM
|K. Sexton||RE: Joy Jeneen Bentson Cottrell|
NOPE it is not a California thing. I actually went searching for an answer myself and found an article on the Legal Genealogist Blog (http://www.legalgenealogist.com/blog/2012/10/22/cemetery-photos-permission-required/) However, if you are able to get the plot information. I can go over and try and get the picture. So strange, I have never been turned away before this one!
|Cheryl Bisson||RE: William Roche|
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