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The Addison Harley who is buried in the Sec/Plot per your memorial info is actually buried in Cave Hill National Cemetery, not Cave Hill Cemetery. I recently added a photo per someone's request. There is a second Addison Harley actually buried in Cave Hill Cemetery, but he has no stone. The section designation is the same letter, but not the rest. If your memorial is not for the Civil War veteran who is buried at your given section/plot location, let me know and I will remove the photo.
Added by Rob on Nov 07, 2013 5:13 PM
|Angela Price||Noah Osborne|
My email is firstname.lastname@example.org. Are you in any way related to Noah since you displayed is death certificate just wondering.
|Angela Price||Noah Osborne|
Do you know if Noah Osborne had a sister named Nancy Osborne? If so Nancy Osborne is my great great grandmother. Her second husband was my great great grandfather Harrison Price
|Donna Waldo||Emma Beualah Wetmore Day and Ira Keith Day|
You have these 2 people ira Keith Day and Emma beulah Day as buried in Harmony and they are not these are my great grandparents and they are buried here in mooresville NC at Vanderburg Mehtodist Church next to my grand father Robert Day
i have pics if you need them
|Lettie Kirby||Samuel Bonner "Judge" Kirby|
Please do not put Death Certificates on my Memorials. They take up too much space and are somewhat tacky. It is like putting a Post Mortim photo on there. I could have placed it myself if I felt it belonged, as I thoroughly research my Memorials. Please remove the Death Certificate from Samuel Bonner "Judge" Kirby, Find A Grave Memorial# 24938308 so that family may add Photos of the person, other family members or pertinant news articles. We are only allowed 5 per Memorial.
Thank You, Lettie
|Julie Myers Stephen||Brownsville, Pa.|
I noticed you had burial records from Brownsville, Pa. I am trying to locate a Simon Shunk Jr. who died in Brownsville, Pa. between 1850-1860. Redstone cemetery was formed afterwards which is where most of his children are buried. He is the son of the Revolutionary war patriot Simon Shunk Sr. If you know of any Shunk information from the area, I would greatly appreciate it.
80 when he died in 1942, birth probably 1862
Added by at on Aug 08, 2013 8:49 AM
|D Mace||memorial 102573594|
Did you know Elija Bulich? I believe this is my grandfather's grave. Is there a photo of the headstone? Any information you have, I would appreciate. My grandfather was born in Yougoslavia.
Thank you,Mrs. Mace
Added by D Mace on May 22, 2013 11:31 PM
|Eleanor ||Isaac Tuttle & Roseanna Maynard|
Isaac Tuttle Maynardmemorial #86722651 and Roseanna Maynard memorial #86722718 buried in Holy Trinity Cemetery are my Great Grandparents. Thank you for putting them into Find A Grave. If possible will you please transfer the grave management to me. Thank you. Eleanor #47892488
Added by Eleanor on May 01, 2013 2:13 PM
|Gail Schinnerer Jorgensen||Catherine Auer|
I am a little delayed in sending this. Thank you for the transfer. I really appreciate it.
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