|Tommy Wood||RE: Emily Turner in Westhill Cemetery|
You're welcome for the photos. You can thank findagrave for allowing larger photos. They changed the limits about a year ago. Westhill Cemetery was a fun cemetery to walk through. So much history is there.
|cynthia||RE: Hodges Marker in North Purchase Cemetery|
Glad I could help!
Added by cynthia on Oct 15, 2015 10:29 AM
|John Lauler||MANN FAMILY CEMETERY|
I got your request for two photos of graves in this cemetery. I'll need more information as to the whereabouts of the cemetery before I can take the photos.
|Glenn Fleming||RE: Nichols Markers in Atlantic Cemetery|
No you don't seem too greedy.Lol.I did not find William Makepeace in either the WPA records of the 1930's or the 1986 cemetery book which was also compiled from a walk thru of stones.So most likely if buried in the Atlantic Cemetery he never had a stone or it disappeared.Next time I am at the cemetery I will check the location of Dr.& Mrs.Nichols lots to see if there may be a stone near them.Their son Frank is in a different block next to his wifes family.Or if you wish you may call the cemetery at 712-243-1254.I don't see eye to the with caretaker so I don't deal with him.Because of bad record keeping over the years there may be no record of him if he was buried here.
|Julie Leek||RE: Laceys in Glendale Cemetery|
So happy to be able to take the photos for you and I apologize that they are not more legible. Unfortunately the stones are very old and have been subject to the weather. I believe the dates for Betsey are Aug 22, 1806-Mar 14, 1886 and David's death is Apr 3, 1876 and his age was 72yrs, 4mos, 29 days. Also, there is a Betsey M Amey listed on the Find A Grave site who has the exact same birth and death dates(but a different birth year?). I would guess your Betsey's maiden name was Amey?
|Don Vaughn||RE: Stanley Marker in Oak Hill Cemetery|
Thank you. I had looked for her monument several times in the past years and was fortunate to find it.
That area had a thick layer of leaves and the city mowed the area and blew the leaves away.
The other Stanleys , Rebecca, Sino, and Ella ,were near by. Another one on the south border of section five is still eluding me.
I also took a picture of Turner Sampson's grave, next to Sybl's.
Best wishes, Don
|SGM Horne||RE: Austin Memorial in Buffalo Cemetery|
I searched for this stone for a couple months. I got lucky yesterday. I searched all around to find her husband, but to no avail.
|Diane Tortorella||RE: Loebel Marker in L.I. Nat'l Cemetery|
John - it was my pleasure. I enjoy doing it. -Diane
|Wanda||RE: John Rowe Photos|
I apologize. The photos were copyrighted apparently and find a grave would not allow. You can see info and pictures about that cemetery on Chatham County Cemetery Census. I volunteer with this project and didn't realize the pictures were copyrighted. Chatham Co. has done a good job of documenting cemeteries and is now in the process of adding pictures. This is the link:
Click on the "original notes." That's interesting.
Added by Wanda on Feb 08, 2015 1:05 PM
|BJ Miller||Thank you|
Has anyone told you today how fabulous you are? Well I will... Thank you for what you do. BJ
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