Thank you so much for the photos you captured for me. A year ago, I didn't have any photos of my great-grand-parents....didn't even know what they looked like. Now I have a wealth of information and photos. It's very selfless and generous of you to help people connect with their passed ancestors. On behalf of myself and all of my family who will benefit from your kindness....THANK YOU!
Olive Whealy Hey Leon, many thanks for finding the headstone for my Great Aunt, I have not seen that, so it was really nice to get to see it. She was my Grandmothers sister, and I think that stone was the last one that needed to be posted on Find A Grave site, they had like 13 children, so finding all the stones can be daunting, but again, many thanks out for finding her and your quick reply!!Will check the spelling on her last name as well, Thanks, Painthorse
Robert Powell Leon, thanks for your follow up response. I called Westminster Memoral Park per your suggestion and found that my cousin had been cremated and the ashes given to the family. They are still checking to see if they had any further disposition for the ashes. This fully explains how there was a service without a burial. With the increased popularity of cremation this will be happening more and more. I only wish people would not hold the ashes in their homes.
Robert Powell Leon, thanks for your efforts in trying to locate a headstone for Robert Powell. Robert is a first cousin that I had lost track of. I find it very odd that his obituary would show his services at a cemetery where he was not interred. I guess I will need to locate his widow Connie and see what I can find out.
Ruth Mabel (Wombold) Hamm Once again may I THANK YOU for your beautiful photographs that you have contributed. Having also provided the photos for her daughter, Dorothy Ruth (Carver) Eginton, only last week.