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Woodland Cemetery Foundation (#47091644)
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Bio Photo A group of us had formed a nonprofit foundation to assist the City of Cleveland in restoration of Woodland Cemetery. I will look up names and take photographs of the headstones/graves for those buried in Woodland Cemetery. If you plan on visiting the cemetery, I will also be glad to meet you there to show you the graves of who you are looking for. In some cases the graves may be unmarked. Check out our website to search our database of burials and ongoing events and projects at www.wcfcle.org. If you have any questions please feel free to contact me.
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L.a.
RE: Ranko Stoake
Hi, first let me thank you for your help and interest. The name of Stoake is a woman's name, sometimes spelled Stoyker, Stoilka, phonetically. It's old and no longer used. These people were foreign and many were illiterate so the translations we done by someone not familiar with the mother tongue they were using.

If you look at some of my photos and uploads, you'll see the common names (many Americanized to fit in). Usually, their headstones are marked with orthodox crosses and photos that have woman wearing headscarves with gold earrings and the men well, they have sometimes piercing eyes, ruddy complexion etc.
yes, please let me know what graves you have their. We're missing a few Mitchell's like Jaunch, and also Demitro, Dimitro, and similar -L.A.
Added by L.a. on Jul 14, 2016 1:43 PM
L.a.
RE: Ranko Stoake
Please let me know if there are any Roma Gypsy headstones/graves especially with photos -L.A.
Added by L.a. on Jul 13, 2016 6:44 PM
L.a.
RE: Ranko Stoake
Hi, thanks so much for the photos. Yes, could be a relative. I was hoping it had a photo. Ranko is a very old Roma name. Warm regards, L.A.
Added by L.a. on Jul 13, 2016 6:42 PM
Helen Skidmore-Moodie
Mary Barrett
Thank you for your message (February 2016) to me regarding your efforts in finding my great grandmother, Mary Catherine Kenney-Murray-Barrett's, grave in the Woodland Cemetery. I just had a second researcher there who also could not find her.

My request came from the FamilySearch.org site showing the following:

Mary Catherine Barrett
Find A Grave Index
Name Mary Catherine Barrett
Maiden Name Kenney
Event Type Burial
Event Date 1883
Event Place Cleveland, Cuyahoga, Ohio, United States of America
Photograph Included N
Birth Date 26 Jun 1843
Death Date 09 Sep 1883
Affiliate Record Identifier 121803805
Cemetery Woodland Cemetery

It's frustrating to think that she is lost somewhere there in Cleveland as are the graves of her five children. Her first four children all died between November 7 - 22, 1876 in the Diphtheria Epidemic of 1876-1877. Her youngest infant died in June of 1883, just prior to her death due to apoplexy.

I sincerely thank you again for your efforts.

Helen Skidmore-Moodie
Salmon, Idaho
hskidwroe@yahoo.com
Added by Helen Skidmore-Moodie on Jun 05, 2016 8:32 AM
HudieGram
William E. Hodge
Thank you very much for helping me find the correct cemetery for William E. Hodge. Your help is greatly appreciated!
Added by HudieGram on Jun 03, 2016 10:16 AM
Sharon Palmer
James Edwin Knapp
Thank you
Added by Sharon Palmer on May 30, 2016 3:47 PM
Ralph Hammond-Green
Edward Schmiel & wife
Thank you for taking and posting the photo of their grave marker to their memorials.
Ralph
Added by Ralph Hammond-Green on May 29, 2016 11:52 AM
Jan Fultz
Trommlitz/Tromlitz headstone
Thank you for going to all the extra trouble to uncover the headstone of William Trommlitz, my second great grandfather and his second wife, Wilhelmina, and photograph it for me. Needless to say, I am thrilled. Jan Fultz
Added by Jan Fultz on May 29, 2016 11:43 AM
Sharon Palmer
James Edwin Knapp
Thank you for the headstone picture of James Knapp, I appreciate the time and effort it takes. I am also asking permission to use the picture in my family tree, I will give credit to the foundation. Sharon
Added by Sharon Palmer on May 29, 2016 10:04 AM
Airrow
RE: Seeley George @ Woodland
Thank you for the Seeley and Squire notes. We are not to work on this right now but when we can, I will contact you. Thanks
Added by Airrow on May 10, 2016 7:04 PM
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