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Debbie (#47155825)
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LShue
RE: photo request question
Do you want me to add the Roth stone photo to Harriet's memorial page? -LShue
Added by LShue on Sep 01, 2015 8:05 PM
LShue
photo request question
Hi,
I went to the Ebenezer United Methodist Church Cemetery to try to fulfill your photo request for Harriet E. Neale Perouty who died in 1980. I found her husband, Charles J. Perouty, but no stop near his with Harriet's name on it. However, I did see a Harriet E. Roth who died in 1980 (born in 1905) on a Roth family stone next to Charles Perouty. Could this be the same person? Harriet E. Roth was listed on the stone under a Leroy J. Roth (1906-1967)? Could Harriet have been married to Leroy first, then Charles after Leroy died, but buried with her first husband?
I have a photo of the Roth stone just in case you need it for your Harriet.
Lynne
Added by LShue on Sep 01, 2015 6:27 PM
Patricia Jones Lewis
Alexander Josenhans
Thank you for taking the photo of the grave marker so quickly.
It is helping me in the quest to clear up facts.
Added by Patricia Jones Lewis on Aug 29, 2015 6:19 AM
Harry Nachman
Photo posting
Thank you ever so much for posting the photo of the gravestone for Harry Polonsky. I live in Canada and cannot get to the cemetery so having photo evidence of the gravestones is helpful in maintaining an accurate family tree.
Added by Harry Nachman on Aug 20, 2015 5:50 AM
Dan Phelan
RE: Louise Christopher at Green Mount
Hi Debbie,
I'm pretty sure I was in the right place. That was the only one that I could not find today while getting a bunch of photo requests.
I'll leave your request without a 'problem' statement which would discourage someone else from looking for it. I also won't post a photo of the probable location because I could have been wrong.
Because yours has a location, it is more likely to be picked up.
Later,
Dan Phelan
Baltimore
Added by Dan Phelan on Aug 11, 2015 7:27 PM
Dan Phelan
Louise Christopher at Green Mount
Hi Debbie,
I looked for your Louise Christopher at Green Mount and could not find her marker. Do you know if she was buried with relatives with different last names--like Bolton of Hughes?
I think I was at her plot, but it is hard to tell.
Let me know,
Dan Phelan
Baltimore
Added by Dan Phelan on Aug 11, 2015 6:31 PM
Dan Phelan
Louise Christopher at Green Mount
Hi Debbie,
I looked for your Louise Christopher at Green Mount and could not find her marker. Do you know if she was buried with relatives with different last names--like Bolton of Hughes?
I think I was at her plot, but it is hard to tell.
Let me know,
Dan Phelan
Baltimore
Added by Dan Phelan on Aug 11, 2015 6:29 PM
Pamster
RE: Anna Punte
Anna was my paternal great grandmother. Folks called her Annie. As a child, I remember a lot of whispering going on about her. Apparently, she suffered from a mental illness, known today as bipolar illness. No one knew what it was back then, but she was sick. She ended up dying in a local mental institution. As it turns out, in researching my family, a light bulb went off. This is what was wrong with my mom!

I started all that research in 2009, after my own diagnosis. Bipolar illness is genetic in nature. I have a somewhat milder version of it. It took me over 40 years to get a correct diagnosis.

I feel so sorry for Anna and my mom, Claire. Both suffered so much. I'm lucky. Today there is treatment, thank God.
Added by Pamster on Jul 21, 2015 9:36 AM
Pamster
RE: Anna Punte
Thank you, Debbie. I will try searching, but since I'm an amateur, I doubt I'll come up with anything.
Added by Pamster on Jul 19, 2015 8:56 AM
Chuck Hilton
the Anderson's
Thank you Debbie for the rest of the family That is interred near William and Anna Anderson.
Chuck Hilton
Added by Chuck Hilton on Jul 16, 2015 8:38 PM
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