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New to genealogy and newer still to headstone photography. I have discovered that it's a spring and fall sport tho. Temps lately have been in the 90s (June '10).|
I'll be glad to help with photos in the Baltimore County area. And perhaps the Shippensburg, Newburg, Carlisle, York, PA area.
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|Jim & Janet Tudor Devore||RE: Howard Tudor|
Howard's marker is very nice so I would assume someone cared for him very much. And it does say father so if church has any records they are willing to share there might be a clue.
Howard and I are only half relatives. My great great grandfather had his first wife through which I am descended.
He also had either a second wife or just another family ~ no one can find out much about Mary C.~ or they are not telling.
Anyway, Howard! I believe, is the last child of Mary C. If all my maybes are correct. That is why I am trying to find out more.
Thanks again for picture.
Janet Tudor Devore
|Jim & Janet Tudor Devore||Howard Tudor|
Michelle is right ~ I am thrilled you found Howard. Were there any other Tudors buried near his grave? Did you by any chance get pics of those around him? I am hoping they will lead me to some clues to finding others in my tree.
Janet Tudor Devore
|John Schmitt||Barbera Ross|
Thank you very much for visiting Zion United Church of Christ Cemetery in search of my gg grandmother Barbera Ross. John
|Michelle||RE: Zion - Fitch|
I have the Fitches waiting to hear back from the poster now sure if they are creating memorials or what. I found two different stones.
Very cool you found Tudor, I looked but couldn't find him. She will be thrilled that you found him.
Added by Michelle on Dec 04, 2011 3:30 PM
I'm new to FindAGrave and am wondering how you find the section/plot of the people I'm looking for. Some of the cemeteries are huge and I could spend days wandering around -- any hints?
Added by PatS on Sep 16, 2011 12:03 PM
|Theresa Wolf||Charles Flaisman|
Hi, You recently searched a Charles Flaisman in the Bohemian Cemetary for me. Thankyou
I found his name on the 'Find A Grave' website and was surprised.
As far as I know only my G-Grandfather is the only person to use this name, spelled this way in this country.
He, Johan Flaisman got here around 1900 and settled in Cleveland, Ohio. When I run into the name elsewhere I try to see if it is somehow connected but have yet to find one person, dead or alive, that I don't personally know.
Seeing Charles Flaisman posted on this site set me on that same quest. It was posted by: Valerie Sayre on Jul 31, 2009.
It seems she does research in the same area but I have no idea how she came up with this.
Thankyou very much for your time, if you ever figure this out please feel free to email me.
|c wood||thanks for photo of the Cook family|
Thanks for the photos of the Cook grave stones. I was in the area of Mt. Carmel cemetery yesterday and I located the grave stones too. I plan to go back when the weeds die back to see if I can locate the base stones these markers sat on. I suspect it will be a futile effort but worth the try.
Added by c wood on Oct 20, 2010 9:05 AM
|Matthew Arnold||Mt Carmel detailed map of area R|
I am sending you an email of Area R that shows where plot 13 and 15 are. Anna Drucilla Stewart has a grave picture request, she is buried in Cyrus Copper's plot #15. Just north on the adjacent plot is #13 and has Hannah Hardesty, Alverda E Copper, and John B Copper who are also new grave picture requests. I thank you for your time.
|Matthew Arnold||RE: Mary E Bennett's Gravestone Pictures|
Do you recall seeing any stones with the last name of Cook?
This cemetery sounds like an adventure.
|Terri||RE: Harry Gamble|
Again thank you so much!
Added by Terri on Oct 10, 2010 9:09 PM
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