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|Dogwalker 41||RE: Goldie & William Raynes|
You are most welcome.
|J Flatley||RE: Richard March 129110165|
Unfortunately, that was all that was written on the monument. On the other side of the same monument, there was another family's name; with its respective flush markers in front of that side of it (I do not recall that family's name at this moment). Keeping in mind that Mr. March is the only March interred at Beahm's Chapel, Richard March did not have a separate flush marker from the main March monument (of which I took a picture).
Just to make sure I didn't miss anything, I made an inquiry at the main office of the cemetery. They informed me that at the entrance to the cemetery, there is a book with all of the people interred there with their birth and death dates as well as the lot that they're located in. Richard March is listed, with his birth and death dates. Just to be sure, I again went back and checked all around the site's coordinates, even in the neighboring lots, to see if he had any another separate marker (I looked for all kinds- flush, bevel, etc.) with his details on it, but to no avail. But, nonetheless, where the monument stands is where he is buried; I am sure of that.
I hope that answers your question. I apologize for not adding that information sooner; for when I tried to add a caption to the photo at the time of upload, my device was malfunctioning. Now that I am on a laptop, I can add that info.
Have a wonderful evening!
Dear Concerned Find-A-Gave Contributors and visitors,
Regarding: DUPLICATE MEMORIALS in the Shenandoah Valley of Virginia
A former large volume F-A-G Contributor had a dispute with Find-A-Grave staff and Deleted some 80% or more, of their contributed memorials, estimated to be about 40,000 or so. Thus causing the rest of us local Contributors, over the last year or more, to re-enter those family, friends and distant relatives we noted were missing.
Once F-A-G had decided to take positive action, they reloaded all the Deleted memorials from that former F-A-G Contributor, on Wednesday, 25feb2015. F-A-G staff, undoubtedly knew they would cause tens of thousands of Duplicates, and assigned their staffer, known as 'ProjectMgr' to work through their Merge process.
Please be patient and allow F-A-G to work through the entire group of Duplicate memorials.
E49 Created above Statement
If anyone gets Find A Grave to transfer memorials cared for by ProjectMgr Just a heads up I dont delete any connected to ProjectMgr.I worked hard to replace all the memorials that had been deleted.Find A Grave choice to re-upload the Old Deleted memorials And we work free on this site.So if anyone wants our memorials Have Find A Grave Merge them or if you dont have a problem merging then more power to you.
I do want to thank anyone that has helped with my duplicants created after the major upload of old memorials formerly deleted.I really appreciate the help.
|JBG||Find a Grave Photo Requests|
As part of my Eagle Scout Project I am fulfilling photo requests around Northern Virginia. I would like to fulfill your photo request for the person you listed for National Memorial Park, but I've already asked them to look up the locations of many people there. If you would be willing to call the cemetery (703-560-4400) and ask for the plot information on your request and relay that information to me today, Wednesday, or Thursday, we will go fulfill your request this Friday.
Added by JBG on Aug 18, 2015 11:59 AM
|Dale & Patti||RE: Charles Jones|
I had the history of that section from the Superintendent awhile back. Back in the booming lumbering days, the section started as a place to bury those lumbermen and rivermen who were in town briefly and passed away, whether from injuries sustained in a brawl in "Devil's Half Acre" or disease - many were unknown and not from the Bangor area - hence "Strangers Row." Most of the burials in that section were in the late 1800s but every now and then I see one from more recent days.
|Lois Emswiler||Wheeler Oscar Emswiler|
Total of 11 children. You need to add
Myrtle Lucille Emswiler Filler b. 1927 -
Robert Byers Emswiler b. 1932 -
|Lois Emswiler||Harrison Emswiler|
There is another child
Margaret Florence Emswiler Geil
born 23 Jan 1883 - died 24 Dec 1947
buried: Union Cemetery, Crawfordsville, Linn Co., OR
married Rev Henry Ralph Geil
born 11 Jan 1884 - died 14 Sep 1954
buried: Union Cemetery, Crawfordsville, Linn Co., OR
Thank you very much for transferring the site of my beloved Great Aunt Clara to me. Blessings, Janice aka Tigress
Added by Tigress on Aug 02, 2015 4:45 PM
|Jeanne Frantz-Szymanski||Margaret Miller Marriage to Silas Leary|
I found your email address. Let me know if you receive 2 marriage papers.
|Jeanne Frantz-Szymanski||RE: Margaret Minnick Leary|
I found Silas Leary's marriage papers to Margaret Miller as well as one to Margaret Minnick. Send me your email address so I can forward copies to you--
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