|Allen Herrod||Forest Hill Request|
I saw your request for a photo in Forest Hill Cemetery and am contacting everyone on the Find-A-Grave website seeking photos in this cemetery.
I will be traveling through Birmingham within the next few weeks. If you contact office and get BLOCK# , and LOT #, I will gladly search for this grave. Please get as clear info as you can and put this in the burial plot info if you are manager, IF NOT, in the Photo Request additional info, thanks. Without a BLOCK and LOT, I have no real method of locating the burial place here. This is a LARGE cemetery.
You can call the cemetery office during business hours to locate the burial plot; emails do not work. However, the office did send me a map of the section that I am interested in. You may email me personally or place the information on the Find-A-Grave website but I may not see an update on the website if I am traveling.
You can email me at firstname.lastname@example.org or just reply to this email. If you write “Forest Hill” in the subject line, I will know to add your request to my list.
The telephone number to the Forest Hill Cemetery office is 205-592-7279.
|Amy Suzanne Martin||William H. Williams and wife|
Greetings, I submitted links but just wanted to draw your attention to William H. Williams 42432179 who is incorrectly liked to 42403897 as his spouse, she was in fact his granddaughter, not his wife. She was named after her grandmother, Frances Chaffin, which is why there are two women named Frances Chaffin Williams. I have asked the photographer to remove the photo of the headstone from the granddaughter's page and upload it to the grandmother, 160001392. Please contact me if I can answer any questions. Many thanks!
|Sheila O'Shell||Ludwig & Berta Kendler|
Thanks for getting back to me. My Find A Grave # is 48361178.
|Sheila O'Shell||Ludwig Kendler & Berta Kendler|
I thank you for entering my great grandparents on this site and pictures of their grave for which I have searched.
I would ask that you transfer the management of this memorial to me as they are the parents of my maternal grandmother.
Hi, I have seen you have entered some information on burial sites in Chatfield Cemetery, particularly the Moores. I have an ancestor buried there by the name of Isabelle Moore, wife of Charles Moore. She died 1946. According to records she is buried in Section 8. If you ever have the time, I would truly appreciate a picture of her grave. Thank you in advance. Tricia
Added by TriciaN on Sep 29, 2015 12:17 PM
|sue ||Hemberger Graves|
I found some Hemberger family members at Holy Sepulchre. Please email me as they are not the ones listed and they may be related. Thanks
Added by sue on Jan 07, 2015 1:56 PM
|Love in Family||persons cemetery|
I wish there have been more to show ! Everything is documents now until there is an additional internment. Happy Hunting
Thanks for the input. I have updated the memorial to reflect his full name. Do you happen to know his birth/death dates or places? Or if he is related to the other Stotharts in this cemetery? As you can see, his tombstone doesn't have much information on it, and some of the other Stotharts in this cemetery are in unmarked graves. I would like to add as much information as I can to his memorial so as to best honor his memory. Thanks again for your help! :)
Added by Arabelle on Nov 04, 2014 9:34 AM
|Gary Jordan||Livingston-Williams Cemetery Hawkins County, Tennessee|
My name is Gary Jordan, I am in Fort Worth, Texas, I notice that you created the memorial for this cemetery. George Williams, and Sarah 'Sallie' Moore Williams are the two burials there that you identified. Can you tell me where this cemetery is located in Hawkins County, also if the graves were marked or if you are related and knew the dates. Look forward to your reply, if you like you can contact me direct. email@example.com
|Shirley Lesnoski||Leo Bella Oaklawn|
Leo Bella was my Uncle . His wife Tillie was my Grandmother Sophie's half sister .
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