|Brigitte Tucker-Ford (#46831292)|
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'The unexamined life is not worth living'.|
The memorials that I have created here on Find A Grave are those of my family, only. I do not list grave locations of strangers.
Please do not 'lift' 'copy' or take or steal any of my personal photos from my memorials, as they are copyrighted by me. Please do not add additional photos of any sort to my families memorials without my permission.
The headstone and monument photos that I have added to Evergreen, Olivewood, and Riverside National Cemeteries, are yours to take and add to your trees, as this is the sole purpose of my documenting these cemeteries, only to help others.
'And how can the dead, be truly dead, when they live on in the souls of those who are left behind?'
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Its ok, I know its been hot. Get it next week, Im in no hurry.
Added by D. Lynch on Jun 26, 2015 5:53 PM
|Lou (Davis) Dedinsky||Waldo Leon Flory|
Brigitte, thank you so much for posting the photo!
|L Harmon, Scots-Irish & PA Deutsch Families||RE: Pvt. David Harmon|
I knew you would find him because I saw him there last year for the Memorial Day service. Wonderful photos! I'm researching his lineage to see how we are related.Thank you for your persistence. L Harmon
Thank you. I just saw that you have a few pending requests for places not far from me. I will try to see if I can get out there for you (no promises, but I will try).
Added by JM on Jun 23, 2015 5:34 PM
Hello again. Lewis E. was George's brother. I would greatly appreciate it if you could get pictures for his stone as well.
Thanks again for everything,
Added by JM on Jun 23, 2015 5:19 PM
Hello. Sorry that it has taken me so long to respond to this, I have a toddler that keeps me busy. I will look into the information you provided and get back with you. Thanks so much.
Added by JM on Jun 23, 2015 5:06 PM
|K.B.||RE: Pvt. David Harmon|
Outstanding. Thank you. I taking next week off and planned to spend a day searching but you saved me the trip.
hope to see you around the cemeteries some day.
Keep up the good work
Added by K.B. on Jun 22, 2015 5:00 PM
|L Harmon, Scots-Irish & PA Deutsch Families||William T. Harmon Grave|
Brigitte-Thank you so much for trying to locate his grave. I appreciate all the effort, but perhaps there was no headstone or grave marker or it got damaged. These things do happen. Nice try.
When you go to Evergreen, can you double check on David Harmon for me and the requester? They could not find him in the computer but attached is the reply back from the same requester as for Michael Harmon.
Pvt. David Harmon Headstone
He is in Evergreen Memorial Cemetery in Riverside, CA. I saw his tombstone, but at the time I did not get a very good photo. It's a government issued headstone
Thank you, Keep me informed..
Added by K.B. on Jun 06, 2015 7:02 PM
|Jeremy||RE: Mary Hemmer|
Would it be possible for you to take a second look for a gravestone on Mary Hemmer. My Great-Uncle who lives in San Fran made a business trip down there, and when I told him thats where his sister was buried, he stopped there to see for himself. He did not have a camera, but he did say he found a headstone on her grave. Not being there, what he told me made no sense, but maybe it means something to you?
"Mary's grave is in the grounds behind the much larger building to the south, just across Pine St. There is a slope down just behind this building, and then another parallel slope farther to the south. (Both of these slopes show as tan bare earth, no grass, in the google satellite view). It is at the top edge of this, the parallel slope, where Mary is buried. Mary is in a 'baby plot'. Her grave is six in from the top edge of the slope, but the third site in doesn't have a marker. I didn't record how many rows of markers in from the fence along Pine Street she is, so I can't point out her site exactly on the google view. It is, however, pretty much between the lines described by the two sets of stone steps at the rear of the building, if you were to imagine them extending out to the top of the slope. The person in the office was very helpful, and will give you a map/diagram of the grounds and mark Mary's site if you ask. I think I threw her off because I said the site didn't have a marker, so she highlighted an adult's unmarked plot that didn't match Mary's location on the diagram's legend. If I'm correct,this is the unmarked space (adult grave site) in the foreground of the image you sent. If so, then the smaller marker just beyond it might be Mary's. (I'm not exacly positive that the image shows her location). The size of the baby plots is much smaller than the that of the adult plots, so there is not much space between the row of baby markers and the subsequent row of adult plots. You can actually see this in the image link you sent me. There is more than one baby plot."
Would it be possible to take one more look, I would very much appreciate it. Memorial # 144121863
Added by Jeremy on Jun 05, 2015 2:58 PM
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