|Geof Wyght (#47722874)|
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Specializing in Calvary Cemetery, Laurel IOOF Cemetery, Spring Grove Cemetery, and Walnut Hills Cemetery in Cincinnati.|
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|Beverly Dunn||Sr. Maria Joseph|
Calvary Cemetery. Thank you, Geof. Hope that one wasn't difficult to find. Really appreciate the photo. Bev
|Rhonda Chambless||RE: Thank You|
I can't thank you enough. I am really anxious to see the job they did in adding my grandparents names.
I know the weather there in Cincinnati is not good, so I totally understand if this takes some time.
I also noticed that you placed a photo of a large headstone in the shape of a cross with the name KRAMER on it, on the George Kramer page. Is this a central headstone for all the family member smaller stones surrounding it?
Thank you kindly for the photo of William Cook's grave.
William A., b. 12 Feb 1842, MS, died 1863, as a soldier in the 4th Mississippi Infantry Regiment during the Civil War. He and about 150 other volunteers from Calhoun County mustered into the unit, its official title was Company F, but was informally known as "Sons of the South", and commanded by Captain Adaire. (Death was probably of measles in a Union hospital after his unit's capture at Fort Donelson, Tennessee, in Feb 1862.)
|Rhonda Chambless||RE: Thank You|
I just wanted to make sure you did receive my extensive info about the re-shoot of the headstones in Calvary Cemetary. I know there was confusion about getting the information, and I did see your reply in MESSAGES, but I was not sure if you received the total info.
No hurry, just making sure you got it. I appreciate all you do.
|Beverly Dunn||James L. Mulroy 1882 - 1955|
Calvary Cemetery, Evanston, Hamilton Co., OH, Section A Lot 47 Grave 11, Find A Grave Memorial# 167624370. Thank you Geof, for adding his headstone photo. I certainly help to solve the mystery of his middle initial/name. Once again your dedication is greatly appreciated, Bev
|Rhonda Chambless||This is message again|
A few months ago you sent me headstone photos from Calvary Cemetary in Cinti for my great, great grandfather and mother, George (Feb 25, 1922) and Susanna Kramer (July 27, 1902). The headstones were just marked FATHER and MOTHER with no names. Subsequently my cousins and I got together and had their actual names put on the existing respective stones. We did this in December 2016, just last month. The engraver forgot to take a photo of each for me, so I am requesting that the headstones be shot again so I can see how the new names look. I am retired in Scottsdale, AZ.
Next time you are at Calvary, I surely would appreciate that you retake the photos and send to me thru Find a Grave, or even direct at email@example.com.
Sincere thanks, Rhonda Kanet (Kramer) Chambless
Added by Rhonda Chambless on Jan 09, 2017 4:50 PM
|Jauers||Not Named Kinsey|
Thank you for taking the picture.
Added by Jauers on Jan 04, 2017 2:04 PM
|Teri Igleheart||RE: memorial 88449389|
I would love to see that. Are you a relation? He is my husband's paternal grandfather and he is buried next to his wife and eldest son. We verified this with a cousin who lives in Ohio and has been to the cemetery on several occasions. Can you send the text to me? I'm sure there is more than 1 John, and I would love to compare with my tree at Ancestry.com.
|LaRaine||Kathryn & James Blair|
Thank you so much for the pictures of my cousins!
Added by LaRaine on Jan 03, 2017 6:01 AM
|Linda Davis||RE: Thanks for the photo|
Yes, that is a better photo. Thanks.
Edith Hobart's memorial.
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