|Michelle (James) Hembd||RE: Philip Droesch|
You are quite welcome.
I noticed that there is a request for another McCready at the cemetery. Do you have any idea if he is buried with the rest? If so, he doesn't have a marker because Daisy & William were the only 2 McCready burials at that plot.
I couldn't find Eva's grave within section 3 so I obtained a map from the office to pinpoint range 16. Her grave appears to be unmarked. Sorry!
|Barnard/OConnor/Wolford||William McCreedy at Ottawa Hills Memorial|
Good day to you. I was reviewing your photo request. This cemetery is large, with over 7000 burials. An exact location is necessary and the office does not give out locations to photographers (for privacy reasons). Please contact the office at 419-536-8321 to get the location and I can get your photo. Thanks, Pamela
|Husker||Re: Fred Andra|
I found this newspaper article on microfilm at the Nebraska State Historical Society. I printed it out, but don't know if I still have it (will look). It was entitled "For Those Who Sleep" (or something like that). It listed all buried there up to 1881.
Added by Husker on Aug 25, 2012 10:56 AM
|Dianne Caves Carman||RE: Giering|
Please put in a request and I'll post the image. If you want the memorials transferred please let me know.
|Dianne Caves Carman||Giering|
Jacob and Rachel are memorials created by someone else. I have Marie E. wife of H.J. Alley 1884 - 1918. She is not buried with the family plot but nearby. Is she related to you?
|Dianne Caves Carman||RE: Giering Family|
I am so very sorry for making you wait so long. My Mother died and I've barely go online and have had no time to grave run since I'm taking care of my 85 year old Father. I'll try to see what's posted and let you know who to request.
|Martha Hallett||Sadie and James Brown Jefferson Memorial|
Added photos for both Sadie,James and Katherine who is also on the same marker as her parents.
|Teresa Reilly||Moore Gravesites|
I claimed your family. I went to the Blackburn Cemetery today. Quite quaint, very old. Supposedly everyone in the cemetery is related. The Moores have a nice gravestone for the whole family, but the ground underneath is starting to erode, making the stone lean. Some others in the cemetery are damaged. It is kept up nicely. This is a little church established in 1811, and it is situated in a wooden area, with mansions around it.
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