|E. Shuman (#46770677)|
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I have been working on my family history for over 20 years. I enjoy walking through cemeteries and reading the headstone inscriptions. They tell a story.|
It's sad to see so many headstones that can't be read. Hopefully, photographing as many headstones as possible will "save" some of them.
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|Martha Shanahan||RE: Alexander Dick memorial|
I think that would be fine. I got that info from several sources - and among them was his obit, and that's how it was written. But obits weren't always real accurate, so I guess what you found is probably more correct. Thanks for asking.
|K Rodenberger||Moses Lowenstine|
I went to the Mausoleum. It is locked, as would be expected. However, I managed to read all but one of the names through the door and window, and there is an urn inside with no information visible on it. I saw no Moses, but I did find a headstone in the family plot behind the mausoleum for a Moe Lowenstine who died in 1926. I can go back again and see if I can read that last name in the mausoleum if you're sure that Moe and Moses aren't the same person.
I didn't want to report a problem with the request until I was sure.
|Chris Collman||Thanks for calling my attention|
Thanks you very much for pointing out that I put the wrong memorial number. I immediately submitted a correction of my correction to 5 others.
|jessicado||Armstrong Family Photos|
Hi, I ran across some Armstrong Family photos today at a local antique store (Springfield, OR). I purchased one of Christopher Armstrong, and I took photos of some of the others. There are 3 photos of Vernita Armstrong (which I've uploaded to her memorial), one of her sister Anna, 2 of Mary, 1 of "Aunt MInty" (still not sure who that is), etc. If you would like an invite to my tree online to view the photos, just let me know. If you are interested in the originals I purchased, or the ones still in the store (and do not live locally to purchase them yourself), just let me know and I can arrange to mail them to you if you are willing to reimburse my costs (I do not charge any extra fees other than my exact costs!). :)Jessica
|Jen Snoots||RE: moving memorials to different cemetery|
Is there an easy way to move the memorials to the Beth El cemetery and KEEP the Memorial number?
Yep, there is!
On each memorial, you'll see an "edit" link above the cemetery name.
Select "Cemetery Burial".
Type Beth El in the box, in the pull down menus select Massachusetts, then Suffolk County.
Click "Search for the Cemetery"
Click where it says "Beth El Cemetery" & then "Save Changes"
And then they are in Beth El Cemetery. You won't lose any photos, bios, links etc.
Hope that helped!
|Yvonne||Otto RIECK/Lewis & Clark Cem., Miles Crossing, OR|
Thank you for the gravestone picture.
I appreciate it.
Added by Yvonne on Jun 26, 2010 12:47 AM
|Washington State Cemetery Association||RE: William Cyrus memorial|
Thank you so much!!
|Bill McEvoy||Jane Rogers|
I went to the Cambridge Cemetery today. Jane is buried in Range 107 lot 39. I could not find a stone. You may want to telephone the cemetery and determine if there is a headstone or if she is buried with someone with another name on the headstone. I shall be glad to go back and follow up.
|BobBoston||Levine in Everett|
Elaine, I've found & entered a few dozen in the Everett group. Hope you find what you need? I'd like to hear it was helpful. I think I'm hooked.
|BobBoston||Levine in Beth Jacob|
along with Jessie, you asked for any others in that Cemetery.
Morris 12/10/1938 & Fanny 8/27/1957.
were the 5 add'l stonew I found there.
also a few next door in Pride of Boston.
what shall I do?
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