|K. Bowers (#46961583)|
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There is now a different photo for Kathryn Conner gravestone. She is buried with parents. Took 3 visits to find this cause I was looking for a "Conner" headstone and it was NOT. :) It was with the stone marked MERRIN and BOWMAN
|CherylA||RE: Marry Richey|
No problem. I am having issues with her DOB and DOD, so I am rechecking everything. Thanks for all your hard work on Find A Grave. Cheryl
Added by CherylA on Mar 23, 2014 7:15 AM
|Lynda Fowler||Walter and Media Hager Stone|
Thank you for the wonderful photo of their Gravestone at Forest. May I post if on Ancestry.com, if i give you credit?? Best regards, Lynda
|B.J. Waters||RE: Bowers in Inglewood|
Yes, I will transfer. Although I prefer the transfer guidelines (because of problems I've had in the past) when I've fulfilled a photo request, I usually handle it differently. I used to get requests from people who just wanted all memorials with the same surname, etc. and I just had to draw the line somewhere! One person (white) was requesting someone I knew to be black and when I confronted her about it, she admitted she just wanted to keep all the names "together".
One thing I've learned when I am told that a grave is unmarked: look for a stone anyway. At least 4 times I have gone out to a site, expecting no headstone and found one was actually there. Twice at Roosevelt Memorial Park and twice at Inglewood. Sometimes people purchase the stone from a vendor that is not affiliated with the cemetery. Many years ago, an outside contractor may have been the one doing the stone setting. More recently, however, cemeteries (at least around here) insist on doing it themselves and charging a 'setting fee'. So, some of the older ones may have been listed in the record as not having a headstone.
Also, in my opinion, what you can do if told there is no stone is to go ahead and create a memorial and put in the 'note' section that there is no stone. I think most of us feel it is appropriate to get a photo of the area, so that you still get to see where the person is buried. Just my thoughts on this, of course!
I am glad my work was helpful to you. If I can be of further assistance, just let me know.
|B.J. Waters||Bowers in Inglewood|
Hello! There is one more Bowers in Crescent Plot, lot 179: Claude M. Bowers. I created a memorial for him. I included an area photo for all of them, explaining where they are all buried.
I hope this helps in your research.
|Morticia||RE: Henry Keener|
thank you so much for your kind response. m.murphy #47902288
Added by Morticia on May 12, 2013 2:52 AM
is there a reason photos are added to his find a grave site but cannot be seen? M.murphy #47902288
Added by Morticia on May 10, 2013 4:07 PM
|Phil & Kathi||RE: Merrin & Trimmer photos|
Thank you very much for the nice words! Glad we could help!!!
Phil & Kathi
|Leslie DeLorenzo||DIRECT LEEZER DESCENDENT|
I am a direct descendent of the Leezer family. Eli Frederick had a brother named John Leezer, his daughter Malinda Leezer was my great-great grandmother. This line falls thru my mother's paternal lines which we knew nothing about until lately. Thank you for posting this information! It will help me in my quest to complete our family tree! Leslie
I am getting back to you about the Hartley memorial and the 5 burials you have record of. I have misplaced my memory stick with the pics on it, so if you may go ahead & transfer them as requested. I would do it however I'm not that computer literate! LOL
Added by icedobe on Sep 22, 2012 3:26 AM
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