|Chad Changus (#47111240)|
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Hello, My name is Chad and I live in Berryville Arkansas in Carroll County and if anyone needs a photo from one of the many cemeteries here in the county I would be willing to do so. If you have a plot or lot number or grave number these are helpful.|
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|Bryan Baker||John Jones at Hale|
I happened to be passing Hale yesterday and did a pretty good walk through, albeit quick, but saw no headstone for a John Jones. I didn't mess with your request and left it up for for someone else to search for, or for a more thorough search on my part next time I'm out that way again. Sorry I couldn't find it. -Bryan
|MaryAnn Pownall||RE: letter I wrote to Mr. Mike Todd about IOOF|
Thank you, Mr. Chad Changus, I appreciate your message in reply to Mr. Todd's response to the defacing of the many headstones (we counted approximately 30 headstones that Mr. Todd defaced) with the different colored chalk.
Although Mr. Todd does deny damaging the headstone broken into three pieces,he is taking no responsibility for it.
Our Groundskeeper is quite certain that the headstone was intact when she left work since it is located on one of the major roads which she frequently checks. When she returned to work, she found headstones chalked up and the one headstone left in pieces.
Our Groundskeeper was horrified, as a burial was scheduled that very day that she needed to prepare for, but was now faced with trying to clean up the mess Mr. Todd created.
Since Mr. Todd apparently did not believe me about how much chalk does in fact do permanent damage to headstones, I was especially grateful that you pointed out that it does indeed do damage.
I was also grateful that you pointed out the rules and regulations that Find A Grave has implanted to protect things like this from happening, and your stand in holding Mr. Todd accountable for his actions.
At this point, our Commission will be posting a list of all the defaced headstones on our website on Facebook (just type in Eureka Springs Cemetery), and you will find it and I will approve you joining our members on that site.
You will see, Mr.Changus,the response regarding Mr.Todd's actions.
I will be posting a list of names of the defaced headstones caused by Mr. Todd to give the families a chance to prosecute Mr. Todd if they desire to do so. I was told by a Detective at our local police department that the our Commission could not file charges against Mr. Todd, but that the families of the defaced headstones could press charges against Mr. Todd, since it was essentially their property that Mr. Todd did the damage to. The Commission did due diligence in filing a police report regarding the damages done by Mr. Todd.
Thank you for your input, and I appreciate you more that words can say, and for what you plan to do on your end to assist us from this not ever happening again.
|Alta Futch||William Roy Pyron|
Thanks for your volunteerism. It is greatly appreciated.
Thank you for looking for Mr. Cressler's grave marker. You found the one for his wife, Lydia. I appreciate your time in looking for both of them as I am in PA where she grew up. Thanks also for adding the plot location.
Added by PSGeni on Dec 11, 2014 4:09 PM
|Chuck Crabaugh||Blackjack Cemetery|
I appreciate your looking for the graves in Blackjack Cemetery. Though you did not find any of them it still helps. I realize a lot of the graves were not ever marked or the markings have gone away.
|Carolyn Lane Lewis||Keller|
Again, I thank you for photos - this time for William Starlin and Dorothy Walker Keller in Berryville Memorial Cemetery. I appreciate it very much!!
|Carolyn Lane Lewis||Joseph Thomas Berton Walker|
Thank you so much for looking for Joseph Walker in Berryville Memorial Cemetery. Sorry it was a wild goose chase!! I have asked the creator of the memorial for him in that cemetery to delete it and gave them the information you provided about where he is actually buried. Thanks for the extra effort to find him - it is very much appreciated.
Chad, thanks so much for the great photo of Opals stone. It's through kindness of folks like you that we so far away can continue our research!
Added by Deekay on Dec 09, 2014 1:40 PM
|BobBoston||RE: Angelina crivello|
Yes, Always contact the cemetery Office for any and all photo requests. They have all the burial information on records. You short change yourself by NOT contacting them. especially large cemeteries. They often can tell you if other family members are also there.
and, (for future requests) Volunteers need you to get the burial plots.
|Pauline Hill||Juanita Harvey|
Thank you so very much for the photo
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