|Glennise Ferguson (#47594232)|
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Here I am. Doing what I love doing. Cleaning lichen from the headstones in the cemetery, so the inscriptions can be read.|
2011 I started a Family Tree...What a wonderful thing to go backwards in time and find relations I never knew and will never know!! I found quite a few of my ancestors by researching cemetery data bases online. Some info but no photos of headstones, hence the reason for me listing on Find A Grave.
Maybe after I have gone, my descendants will know my past...
I hope the information I have entered on Find A Grave will help others to locate their ancestors.
If it does, I would welcome an email from you...
And, if I have made any errors, let me know and I will correct them a.s.a.p. XX
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|Susanne Woodfield||RE: Hosnell Plaque|
My pleasure Glennise.
Hi - I have been adding memorials for the Sloss family and I came across your memorials for Alice (Rhodes) Howard and Alfred Henry Howard.
It appears that Alice was not married to Alfred and that Alice's maiden name is Goody not Rhodes. She was married to Ernest George Howard who she is buried next to at Wakapuaka (New General 18083) .
Alfred was married to Gertrude Doris May (Sloss) Howard. They are buried together at Wakapuaka (New General 24138).
Alfred Henry Howard - memorial #113444422
Alice Howard - memorial #113444439
I have sent through the necessary edits for you to approve if you see fit.
Rgds - Jonty
Added by Jonty on Sep 23, 2016 5:43 AM
|Pink Rose||Thank you|
Thank you so much Glennise for taking the time and effort to take a photo of Mabel's grave site. Would you know why the two other sisters can't be found? I did research and that is where their plots are listed as being on cemetery records?
|Russell Guy||RE: Francis Stanley Crabb|
service number 408976 died Oct 16th 1973 aged 57 would make his birth year 1916 also his wife Edith Ellen Crabb Died 21-10-2001 have taken photo but having a problem downloading it to my PC can send it to you when I have solved the problem cheers
|Russell Guy||francis stanley crabb|
grave of the I may found the grave of the above person was a driver 2NZEF if so could you send mr his service number so I can confirm or any other information to help me
|yentnawildrose||RE: Alice Cope...Maunu Cemetery|
That was quick...thank you!!!
|mrfletch68||Alice & Martin McDonough|
I've added photos for Alice & Martin McDonough.
There is plenty of info on their plaques, for you to update their Find a Grave memorials if you like. Regards, Mark
|Pink Rose||Thank you!|
Thank you so much for adding so much of my family onto Findagrave! I was wondering if you are heading out Pukekohe way soon again? I have three family members left to add photos for there. My mother would appreciate to see her aunties grave sites. There are three sisters. Thank you :)
|Jonty||RE: Climo info|
My pleasure. While I was out I spotted another couple of Climos.
Dorothy Ann Climo and Elizabeth Josephine Climo. I've established memorials and will transfer them to you.
Dorothy Ann is in the same plot as Myrtle Mary Ireland - her mother perhaps? A brief check of the records appears to have Dorothy living with (married to?) Anthony Joseph Climo in 1969.
Elizabeth Josephine (Etheridge) Climo appears to have been married to Norman Claud(e) Climo who was the son of Matilda Mary and James Samson. Unfortunately, I can't find a death for him. Some familytree owners on Ancestry have him dying in 1973 but I believe they have him mixed up with Norman Clyde Climo who appears to have been born a year earlier to Hazel Lily Violet Climo (unknown father) a year or so before she married John Townsend.
Added by Jonty on Jul 17, 2016 11:14 PM
|Patricia Hargreaves||RE: Price headstone|
You're very welcome, Glennise.
I think that you have a couple of requests at Hillsborough Cemetery. We are planning on doing grave requests there on a nice & sunny day as the cemetery is across town. It's been a while since we were last there. Waikumete is only a stone's throw from where I live.
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