|Chuck Templin (#47502461)|
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I started my family genealogy research because of the efforts put forth by my wife in conjunction with her own family studies. I am new to this type of research, but am contnually amazed at what I find, from stories of the Civil War to a journey across the Atlantic in 1882 in the steamer Westphalia. I only manage a few sites, but that number will increase as I gain what I feel to be accurate and reliable information. I am involved with the Templin/Friederichs families and the Bishop/Ruth [Root] [Rott] families.|
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|Ann Day||RE: Amick Grave Stones|
You are welcome. I think they just don't want to be bothered at the office there. There are probably over 100,000 graves there. Biggest cemetery I have ever seen.
Added by Ann Day on Mar 10, 2015 7:03 PM
|William Kazupski||RE: Carpenter Family|
You're most welcome!
Below is the email to contact the city in regards to a burial location for John Vanduzer.
I would be more then willing to grab your photos once you obtain the location and add it to Find a Grave.
Added by Nickole on Oct 06, 2014 1:17 PM
|Greg Furniss||Bovette B. Bishop & others|
Hi, Chuck - I think I DID look for Bovette some time ago, with no luck. Will take another more intensive look later this month when the weather cools a bit now that I have other names to help me & let you know if any luck. If I DO find them, will gladly take & post photos.
|B.J. Waters||Helen Root photo.|
Hello again, Chuck! This is just to let you know that the groundskeeper has uncovered Helen's marker and raised it back up to the surface. I have added new photos. I think it would be nice to leave the "before" photo on the memorial, but if you want me to remove it, let me know.
|B.J. Waters||RE: Helen Root photo request.|
Yes, it makes perfect sense. I will ask them to uncover Helen's marker, as it is obviously overgrown by the sod. It usually takes anywhere from 1 to 2 weeks. This cemetery has over 300,000 burials and is about 360 acres. They have a great ground crew, but sometimes they are very busy so this doesn't take priority.
I will let you know when it has been done, and will post a new photo.
|B.J. Waters||Helen Root photo request.|
There is no marker. I checked the area around the monument very carefully. The marker for Edna does not have any other markers next to it. Helen may be buried next to her, but you should contact the office to find out for sure. There is also an unmarked spot next to her parents; she may be there. I am including a photo of each spot and when you find out which grave is hers, let me know and I will delete the photo that does not apply.
Sorry this was not a more positive outcome.
|Gennaphyr Wilbury||RE: Helen Emily Root|
Yes you can use my photo. But maybe I missed Helen when I was photographing that section of the cemetery. Why don't you also put in a photo request and see if someone can get the photo of Helen's grave for you?
|rschramsr||RE: Edward Chisholm|
Chuck - You're quite welcome. Actually not cabin fever, had to go up to the Sears Outlet in Elgin to purchase a new refrigerator! Bluff City is about three blocks off the route. I love working that cemetery, lots of interesting stories.
I think you're correct about the re-internment. The listing for internment date is 5 May 1906 for Robert, Sarah VanValkenburg, William W., Grace E., Edward J., Olive Edith, Cora Mae. Sarah Jane is listed as 20 April 1905, so she was probably the first at Bluff City, since lot owners were already notified to move remains out of Channing St., and the last burial at Channing St. was in 1906.
BTW, why were they all dying out in Montana and California?
There's some other Chisholms listed there. Any relation?
I assume you live down in Will County - good luck with the snow today!!
Chuck - Here's the photo of Edward Chisholm's stone. The top reads 'Baby', and the front has indecipherable inscription, worn away & covered w/ moss. I was able to make out July and 1871, so I know it's him.
Strange, the family didn't inscribe any other names on the large stone except Robert and Sara.
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