Photo request Ok......I believe I understand what is happening. You requested the photo for Sylvester Rice (1836-1863), correct? I did originally accept and upload the photo but then I removed it but was no longer able to see who the requester was. I messaged the manager of the memorial yesterday because after I uploaded the photo I realized it was the wrong Sylvester Rice. I Believe that the one in the cemetery listed is his son, as the death date would fit that timeline, and that the one you are looking for is buried in the other county cemetery here in town. I was unable to go to the other cemetery yesterday but hope to go out there tonight, if I am able to find him I will message you. If I am unable to locate him there was planning to research a bit more into this. Sorry about all the confusion! If you have any questions feel free to contact me and I hope to be in touch soon.
I was able to find W.T. Sherman Paist's grave in Osborn. I got on to browse the monroe papers and only found one blurp about any Paist in that area...here is the link.. http://monroecounty.advantage-preservation.com/document/albia-republican-1914-03-19-page-6
Loren Boos Hi Corky: I went to the cemetery this morning hoping he would be buried with Charlet since he did not appear in their online index. He was not with her. Although she is in a double gravesite, the cemetery verified that she was there alone and that Loren was not buried there. If you want to find where he is buried, you would have to write the Los Angeles County Registrar/Recorder. An informational death certificate would give you the name of the cemetery he was buried at. Hope this information is helpful to you. Chris
Michael Everman - Russellville (Indiana) The only request I saw was for Michael Everman. However, there are other Everman graves in this cemetery and nearby cemeteries. I visited the Russellville Cemetery January 21, 2013 when it was only 15 degrees and windy (looking for a Skelton headstone). I'll probably visit it again this winter and I may be able to clean the stone up a bit so it can be better read.