I am researching the names Marshall, Jackson, Pergau, Bonsteel, and Greene. For all of you fellow volunteer photo takers out there - we owe you a big round of applause for all of the hard work that you do! I try to only take photos for relatives of listed memorials. I don't agree with people copying newspaper obits and entering them as memorials. I joined F.A.G. to help other genealogists see where their next of kin have been laid to rest. If I have ever posted a not so good photo and you have a better one I will not be offended if you post yours and let me know.
Doris Mary Stewart I do see where I did not have her birthdate on MY tree but as far as the obit being on her F.A.G. I did not put it there nor did I take the picture of the obit that is on Gordon Phillip Fretwell's. That came from some other tree and mine picked it up. Again, I am sorry if I have done anything to offend you but I don't see where I have. I enjoy working with F A G and have gotten a lot of info from them therefore I sincerely appreciate all out there who do so much. I, too, have begun taking pics and trying to assist. As far as having people on who are alive I thought they only show on your own - I don't know what or who you are talking about. Sorry!
RE: Doris Fretwell Sharon: I am very sorry if I have done something to offend you. I just looked through my things and I dont find a Doris Fretwell. I am still new at this and may have missed it. Where is she buried? I don't believe I manage her site...like I said I am new and only manage a few?? Please help me help you.
RE: Frank & May Marshall Hi Sharon, Thanks for writing and letting me know about this. I'm at a loss as I don't know who Frank & May Marshall is. I did a quick search and cannot find them. I have added many to F.A.G. in various cemeteries it doesn't take much to lose me! I will gladly delete it if you can tell me which cemetery they are in. Thank you again! Cheryl
RE: Alexander Jackson To my knowledge there is no centralized listing of graves in the Chicago area. It would be great if there was one. Probably because there are millions of people buried just in Chicago, let alone the suburbs, it would be too massive an undertaking (pun intended). Find A Grave is the best tool we currently have along with old newspapers, church records, and cemetery photographers. Thanks for asking. Ace
RE: re: William Stewart 1849 - 1929 & Sarah Breckenridge 1843-1932 Sarah Breckenridge was Wm's 3rd wife, her 2nd marriage. If I remember correctly, her husband was buried in another province. I don't know if he died or they were divorced to end their marriage. I don't have access to all my records at this time. She does have children and grand children in Brockville cemetery.... so, I assumed she is also there.... or maybe buried with her 1st husband. Her children and grandchildren had last names of Gilroy and Steacy.... I'll send on more detailed information as soon as I can. I did get your email with the link.... thanks.