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Technologist - Genealogist - Paganologist - Historian, Civil War re-enactor. Member of the Center for Military History in the CSMR, California State Military Reserve.|
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|Steve||RE: Lieu. Peel 2nd Cav|
Thanks, Paul, I added him. I already had Darwin Chase, don't know how I overlooked Peel.
Added by Steve on Jun 24, 2015 12:58 PM
|S K Ruff||RE: Death Cert Anna Brown|
You're very welcome, glad you found it. For death certificates for MI from 1897-1920 try seekingmichigan.com I've had quite a bit of success using it.
Added by S K Ruff on Jun 24, 2015 6:36 AM
|Dennis Willing||RE: O'Connor|
You are very welcome glad I could help. No the O'Connor's don't have anyone to clean there stones I cleaned them when I found there plot. I noticed after uploading Louis Sitzmann's photo that it's not very clear next time I go to Calvary Cemetery I'll retake a better photo for you. I'll go back and look at the other ones and if they're not clear I'll retake them or if you don't like a photo please let me know so I can retake them for you. I also claimed John O'Connor request buried in St Peter cemetery but couldn't find his grave which I sent an email saying I couldn't find the grave. If you call the cemetery and get a plot location I'd be more than happy to go back as I live only a couple miles from the cemetery.
|MLIhrke||O'Connor grave locations|
Hello, I am forwarding a message to you from the administrator of Calvary and St. Mary's Cemeteries in the twin city area, MN.
Jenny, Joseph, Irwin O'Connor and Inez Sitzmann are buried in Section 49 Block 3 Lot 28 of Calvary Cemetery. Also buried on this lot are:
Louis A Sitzmann, buried 5/20/1981
Ann O'Connor, buried 5/20/1933
Linda K Radtke
Office Manager, Calvary and St. Mary's Cemeteries
Added by MLIhrke on Jun 04, 2015 8:40 AM
|Connie Saculla||RE: Mark Lane|
Happy New Year to you also,
|paws||RE: J.S. McGee|
Yes, he is. The book lists his name and location, but no dates. I suspect his gravestone was damaged over the years and was removed -- but that is only a guess. Perhaps it warrants a call to the cemetery office? I would still be more than happy to photograph the area for you should you discover more specifics.
Added by paws on Sep 24, 2014 12:16 AM
|Donna ||RE: Edmund Creighton|
Not that I recall. I can tell you I took pictures of all the Creightons I saw, because there was no cell service at the cemetery, so I was going by memory on the requests and all I remembered were the last names. There were two smaller, sunken and illegible stones in front of Mary and George. I can send you the picture if you want.
Added by Donna on Sep 08, 2014 5:54 PM
|Jim Davis||Ruth MacQueen|
FY - I noticed your photo request and saw that there were two memorials for her. I've asked Find A Grave to merge the two pages - yours had mis-spelled her name and the later page already has a photo. If there's an issue about how to spell her name correctly, that can be noted on the memorial page.
|jakinley||Lillian Schwab, Mt. Olive, Solon OH|
I just posted problem notice. Neither the cemetery nor the Jewish Federation has any record of Lillian Schwab in greater Cleveland. Would like to help...have you any name varitions, etc?
Added by jakinley on Aug 15, 2014 2:21 PM
|Bernard Johnson||Marian Carr|
Very interesting (and surprised) to see Marian Carr listed as Fred Levy's wife, but I see it's true upon research. Just came back from Bay Area and his grave marker is now posted if interested. And yes I wonder if Marian is still alive. I'll have to ask around.
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