|BK Genie||RE: Adam family plot at Woodlawn|
Thank you so much! It's a beautiful headstone. I have added the additional names. I will pay your kindness forward. Best, Cara
Added by BK Genie on Mar 16, 2014 5:24 PM
|Craig Kirwin||William Palen grave|
I believe William is in the Knollwood section of the cemetery. I called the cemetery and I thought they said Norwood. Must have been their New York accent that confused me. :)
|Karen K||RE: re: Kanaryk family plot|
Thanks. I did it.
Added by Karen K on Mar 16, 2014 2:56 PM
|Thomas L Jones||Grigg II|
Yes please! This is just one of many family twists that I have uncovered in my research!
Thank you for your help!
|BK Genie||Robert Adam|
I added his location at Woodlawn. Thanks!
Added by BK Genie on Mar 14, 2014 1:36 PM
|R DeVorsey||RE: James McGiehan found|
Thank you so much for getting out in cold weather to take another look! James McGiehan was a stage carpenter and son of a well-known builder of racing sailboats named Patrick McGiehan. James was killed in an awful train accident at Parkville Tunnel.
So glad to have found him, his wife Esther and his daughter Augusta.
Greenville, South Carolina
Are there other Hesselbach graves in the same area as George C Hesselbach?
|VermillionRose||Photo Request George C Hesselbach|
I was able to call and request the grave location you suggested for George C Hesselbach in the Woodlawn Cemetery. It is listed on his memorial.
Thank you very much.
|Marilyn Weakley||McClain photos|
Thanks (again) for the McClain headstone photos!
|Reenie Sikes||Sim Family photos from Holy Sepulchre|
Thank you very much for posting the photos for the Sim family members from Holy Sepulchre Cemetery. They are my great-grandparents, and great-uncles and great-aunt. It means a lot to me, as I am in Florida, and have not been able to visit the area in awhile. I appreciate your kindness for these contributions.
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