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Will now only do photo requests for family members. Too many people making money money off my time, effort and volunteering. I see people that have hundreds of random photo requests in my area that shows you are not clearly related i will not run for you. I am here to help real families that are looking for their loved one. |
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Thanks so much for posting the photo for John Kendrick's memorial. I appreciate your volunteer work! It's a blessing!
Added by rev1914 on May 27, 2016 8:37 AM
|todd hansell||Francis Ford Transfer|
Thanks very much for the transfer. Have a nice holiday.
Thanks for taking a picture of their plot. I didn't realize there was no headstone for them. So sorry about that.
Added by bblakel on May 27, 2016 6:04 AM
|Sharon Fulton||Mary Anderson Davie|
Thanks for trying! Some people won't post grass photos but I think it's a good idea because it shows people there is no stone there and prevents future photo requests.
|Sharon Fulton||Melville Davie|
Thanks for trying to find this marker! I appreciate the effort even though there was only grass to be found.
|Keith Greenbury||MANNERS plot|
Many thanks for doing this.I will contact the cemetery on getting these flat stones raised.
|barry baker||Frederick James Robson|
Dear Sir !
Thanks for answering my e-mail. The headstone image I would like to have more then anything is Frederick James Robson one of the sons of Frederick Goldsborough Robson, and his wife Margaret Teresa Ann O'Halloran. The reason for this is Frederick Goldsborough's son Frederick James Robson married my grandfather Melville (Mel) oldest sister Eleanor Louise Baker. Frederick James Robson was an Olympic speed skater for Canada. Also one of the daughters of Frederick Goldsborough Robson Elle Maude Robson married Vincent Lombardo who was the son of Guy Lombardo, and his band who played in New York Cities Times Square every New Years eve counting down the seconds for bringing in the New Year. Thanks Debbie, and Barry Baker.
|Steve Smith||RE: Alexander Smyth Graham Photo|
I just got a nice email back from Park Lawn Cemetery, telling me the in-laws who are buried in the lot with Alexander. I added them to the cemetery and made photo requests:
Thomas Smythe Apr 11, 1908 age 72
Mary Smythe Nov. 21, 1921 age 71
Catherine Smyth Jan 3, 1957 age 72
Hugh Wilkinson canít find his dates.
Martha Smyth Jan 23, 1978 age 88
Thomas John Smyth Mar 13, 1961 age 86
|Steve Smith||Alexander Smyth Graham Photo|
Hello from Los Angeles! I am interested to know if you could find out who's buried in Park Lawn Cemetery near Alexander Smyth Graham. I am looking for a spouse and children.
|barry baker||Frederick James Robson|
I was very glad to find you have a picture of the headstone of Frederick Goldsboro Robson who is buried at Saint Michael's Cemetery in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. My wife, and I were going around Toronto trying to get a picture of my Grandfather Melville (Mel) Baker's brother's, and sister's , and their husbands, and wives headstones before my Parkinson's got to be to bad to do it. The picture that you have of Frederick Goldsboro Robson headstone in Saint Michael's Cemetery in Toronto is a picture of my grandfather's oldest sister Eleanor Louise Baker's father in law. She had married Frederick James Robson who became a Canadian Olympic speed skater for Canada. Eleanor Louise Robson (Baker) is buried with her parents Henry William Baker, and Eleanor Maria Baker (Backas) in Saint John's Norway Cemetery in downtown Toronto as well. We never made it over to get a picture of Frederick James Robson's grave but we know he is buried at Saint Michael's Cemetery in Toronto as well. Probably close to his father. Which make's me think that his mother Margaret is probably buried with her parents somewhere else. We were wondering if you have a picture of the headstone of the son of Frederick Goldsboro Robson , Frederick James Robson. If not would you consider taking a picture of his headstone if possible. My wife, and I live out in the Brampton, Ontario area. Thanks Debbie, and Barry Baker.
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