You're very welcome for the photo. The photo belongs to you as these are your family members. If you ever need a photo from Pinelawn, call them and get the grave location(s) and I'll be happy to go and get photos for you.
Re: McCue/Tierney at New Calvary You are welcome. Yes I did place the flowers as Lot Locator. I actually tried searching Section 3 for the others but could not find where Lot 20 was. The numbering is really weird.
I added the wide plot photo to all the memorials you had marked with this plot number - there were 2 that said "Possibly near relatives buried at Lot 297 OC (Old Cemetery) in Section 11" so I did not add it to those as I cannot confirm - those are for Frank and Rose.
I also did not add a close up of the stone, I can do that but none of the names appear on it so I wasn't sure if you wanted it or not, let me know if you do.
You can call the cemetery office and they may be able to help confirm the burials in that plot however the had a fire in the 1920's and lost a lot of records (something they don't always tell you over the phone). I have family members buried in OC16 and I have not been able to confirm 5 people buried there because the records got burned.
I created memorials for all of those listed on the stone and am happy to transfer them to you if you would like, they are -
I searched quickly and did not find a link between the O'Briens and McCues. As you can see this is a fairly new marker, seems like someone had it redone as the McCues listed are more recent burials than the O'Briens.
I am traveling the next few weeks without this computer but am happy to try to help you more if I can. Thanks.
There is only one stone in the plot for McCue in the OC11 section and it does not have any of the names you requested. I took an overall photo of the area including the stone and am happy to all it to the memorials if you would like. Please let me know, thanks.
Faiview Memorial Hi Lisa In regard to Charles D Stanton, your great Uncle. I follow the Find-A-Grave, guildlines, in regard to Transfer. If you like, you can send me the information and I will add it to Charles memorial