|Joan (Wyatt) Bradley||RE: May Catherine Bennetto|
Thank you SO much! I erred when I said (I think) that May was his mother; she was his wife. I am still looking for a memorial for their son Bennetto III.
|Joan (Wyatt) Bradley||May Catherine Bennetto|
Hello, Joan. On memorial 72187988 (John Delbert Bennetto III), you have posted a photo of his tombstone and this photo includes a second upright tombstone. I looked at it with a magnifying glass and see that is is the grave of his mother, May Catherine (Meyer) Bennetto, whose grave I have not been able to find. With this info I created a memorial for her (140003238) and request that you either post that same photo to her memorial or grant me permission to copy it and post it myself. (If I post it myself, it would not appear with your name as the contributor, but I would be happy to credit you in the caption if this is your preference.) Thanks for considering my request!
I suspect May's husband, John Bennetto II, is also there but there is no memorial for him either.
|Joan (Wyatt) Bradley||John Bennetto|
Thank you so much for taking the photograph of John Bennetto's tombstone! Hollenback looks like a lovely cemetery.
|M||Schall tombstone photo|
Joan, thanks for taking the time to find and photograph this gravestone.
Added by M on Oct 19, 2014 9:26 AM
|SMPowell||Elizabeth Wildrick Memorial|
Thank you so much for your effort in finding and photographing this grave site for my family. Perhaps because of the back round markers I might be able to find it myself some day.
Added by SMPowell on Oct 18, 2014 9:10 PM
|Joe Nihen||Stewart McIntosh|
Mystery solved! ... and thank you for finding Stewart McIntosh.
The burial site is impressive looking with all the mausoleums in the background.
Because of your photos I was able to find Stewart in the Census records from 1880 - 1900; his wife's name being the key. All bits and pieces of information often adds up to a good find ... thanks!
|Spence Burton||Richard Metcalf|
Thank you so much for your photo of Richard Metcalf and his wife's headstone at the WB City Cemetery. It is most appreciated!!!
|Joe Nihen||C. H. McIntosh|
Thank you (again!) for your kindness in locating and photographing the grave of C. H. McIntosh.
Your photo proves an error on the part of the memorial. This man is Sgt. C.H. McIntosh of the 10th New Jersey Infantry and not Corporal George H, McIntosh of the 81st Pennsylvania.
I have already contacted findagrave about the error.
Many thanks and best wishes,
|KIM ROPER||RE: Thomas Collins pic|
Okay thanks! I really appreciate your help for the 2 pics of Everett Flakes and Thomas Collins. I heard a flood ruined the cemetery in the 1970s so I wasn't sure if my requests would make it through. God Bless you!
Sincerely, Kim Roper
|KIM ROPER||Thomas Collins pic|
Thank you so much for taking the pic of the gravesite! I really appreciate your help. God Bless your efforts!
Sincerely, Kim Roper
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