|Trace||RE: warner & Brown|
Hi Brett, sure you can. I'm not sure, but do you need me to send it to your e-mail address so that you can copy it? Don't know that part.
If you get anymore that are buried at Parks Cemetry, please do call the Sexton for the plots/location of them. Like maybe you had done with these ones. I can sometimes figure it out now I have a map. I have gone to the Sexton in previous years to get location of graves and he doesn't particularly like doing it. AT least with findagrave request people. Since they tore down the house for the Sexton to live in at the Cemetry, but kept the garage and moved his office at City Hall, I think he gets tired of running back and forth to look up people in the record book. To me that is part of his job. And thats sad, seems to be the way of the world anymore, with all the cutbacks and all. Trace
Added by Trace on Oct 08, 2014 11:22 AM
|Trace||warner & Brown|
Hi, I left a map of the cemetry on Henry and Mary's page. I meant to do it before, butI hit some button and everything disappeared and I had no way of getting back to their pages. Trace
Added by Trace on Oct 07, 2014 12:00 PM
Okay, I found were hillside is. It is cold and rainy today. So will go take a look soon. Trace
Added by Trace on Oct 04, 2014 3:00 PM
|Trace||Sarah & Henry Warner|
Hi, I took the request to find this gravesites thinking I knew where hill side was in Park Cemetry. But not sure now. I was thinking it maybe Potters Marsh which is on a hill side. But I have a map of Parks Cemetry and don't see anything on it listed as hill side. There is a section called Rock Hill. Would that be it?
Potter's Marsh is a section of the cemetry where they buried the Jewish. From 1906-1975 I think the dates are. I was told at one point that the city had laid dirt on that section so that it wasn't so steep to the road. And in doing so covered any markers that were there. So there is one big plaque that has a list of many names with year they died, that are buried in that area. But thats it. So not sure if this is the same place as your hill side stated. I can send yoiu a copy or post a copy of the map on their page if you want. Trace
Added by Trace on Oct 04, 2014 1:50 PM
|Beverly||RE: Francis (Perry) Whitbeck|
It is fine with me for you to transfer the photos to the original memorial. If there is something I need to do, let me know.
Added by Beverly on Sep 23, 2014 7:46 PM
|Patricia (Patti) Joy Berndsen Jacko||Frances Whitbeck|
merge issued. it will update your record to have the complete location i.e. the space .
|Rick Foster||RE: Herrick & Seymour|
Yes I had photographed that whole section early this year and good thing I did because Find A Grave has been banned at the cemetery as of June 2014.. in that line of plots there are the Greenes also and I believe there is some relation. I have listed and uploaded photographs which contain key dates for your research. and here are some of my findings with their memorial numbers.
In the Seymour plot Section 10 Lot 107 - 0
134692648 Rachel Church 1779 - 1874 (Possible Susan Brooks & Mary Seymours mom?)
78156184 Susan Brooks 1809 - 1870
78156184 Mary W. Seymour (possible Belden Sr & Helen mom?)
78156177 Helen M Seymour 1842 - 1913
78156171 Belden sr 1826 - 1889 Married 78156173 Elanore H Seymour 1830 - 1910
Beldin sr and Elanore Children??
78156170 Beldin Jr 1859 - 1936
78156188 Susan F 1864 -1949
in the Greene Plot Section 10 Lot 108-E
78120863 Mary E Seymour 1844 - 1901 married 78120857 John E Greene had son named
78120846 Harry Seymour Greene 1884- 1886
78120865 Myra Greene 1889 - 1960 (Possible Child?)
|Beverly||RE: Francis (Perry) Whitbeck|
Do you know that there are two pages for her, both with the same memorial number? After I uploaded the photos I noted that she already had similar photos posted on the other page! It would be helpful if the two pages could be consolidated. Thanks.
Added by Beverly on Apr 27, 2014 10:03 AM
|Liz ||Frances Whitbeck request.|
I believe this is a duplicate memorial. See the Whitbecks listed in Lakeview.
Added by Liz on Mar 29, 2014 4:29 PM
|Ric||RE: James Howe - Lake Worth Memory Gardens|
Thank you very much for your insight and support, Best Regards, Ric
Added by Ric on Mar 29, 2014 3:56 PM
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