Permission granted to copy any of my photos. If I don't have a personal family relationship with any of my postings, feel free to ask for transfers--I want these memorials to be as complete and accurate as possible.
I try my best to take quality close-up shots. I originally found this website by accident and immediately was able to find the grave photos of my third great-grandparents in upstate New York--I was really grateful that someone I never met thoughtfully took the time to create their memorials with photos. Now I'm just paying it forward.
Please note that Missouri Death Certificates (through 1964) can be found free online at: http://s1.sos.mo.gov/records/archives/archivesdb/deathcertificates/#searchDB
Memorial # 120363647 Thank you for creating the record for Jack Denton Nitz. I see there is also a large "Nitz" headstone. Jack was my mother's first cousin, and I'm trying to figure out this family. Do you also have a George William Hallor Nitz buried near Jack? George was Jack's father. I believe he died in 1985. Also, is there any chance there's a Minnie (Denton) Nitz buried with Jack? She died in 1988, supposedly in Baltimore, but it's hard for me to believe that they wouldn't have buried her with her family in the Mount Washington cemetery. Thank you for checking! Becky Roorda (aka labwriter)
Find A Grave Memorial# 115403111 According to her DC (which I do have) her mother was Genevieve not Betty. I can see Betty being connected to Virgil as she was his wife however Betty should not be connect to Beverly. Please disconnect Betty from Beverly.
RE: Irene Maines I could not find a source for her death place. She is in the 1920 fed census in KC. I may have gotten that location from another Ancestry family tree, so if you prefer to leave that info blank, I do not have an issue with that. Thanks for your help, Wayne
RE: Bass Family Cemetery, Edmeston NY Lisa, As I recall that cemetery took a lot of searching to find. Most of the headstones were broken and on the ground. The best I can do is to clear the weeds and take a few photos. Right now there's ~ 2-4 inches of snow on the ground. It may take until next spring before I can get back there. When it becomes possible I'll do what I can for you. John