|Connie Nisinger (#74)|
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Well, it all started with a tour of Hollywood in a hearse! After visiting numerous celebrity-related sites, the driver gave out maps of two Hollywood cemeteries and I was hooked! In addition to visiting celebrity graves, my real interest lies with British royalty, both dead and alive. I have photographed many members of the current royal family as well as many royal gravesites. My most unusual grave photos are the headstones of Queen Elizabeth's dogs. Find A Grave has provided me with an excellent opportunity to share my photos with others via the internet. I have met countless people as a result, and look forward to meeting many more!|
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|Anna Jaech||Pierre Chouteau Scott|
You took photos in Bellefontaine of the stones of Thomas J. Scott & Sarah Lackland Scott, parents of Pierre. (Now linked) Plot 1258, Block 56-51. His death cert says he's buried there, but he may not be with his family, as he took his own life. I would appreciate your help, if you have time.
|Linda Billington Stewart||Maud Hill|
Thanks so much for your efforts to photograph the Hill family graves. And thanks so much for the link to the grave map! I've never seen anything like that & it should make navigating Bellefontaine Cemetery a little easier.
Thanks again. I hope the weather was nice like it was in Kansas City.
|Julie Thomas||William Park gravestone photo|
Connie...thanks soooo much for the photo. Is there any way you can tell me some detail on the gravestone next to William Park? I'm a doofus for not asking for that as well. I just want to make sure I have the correct William Park and that may help me confirm.
|Diane Darby||Harris photo|
Thanks so much!
|Valerie Wixen Thruelsen||H. E. Manning|
Connie...thank you for the offer of the diagram which could add a little information. The lot is for H. E. Manning Block 22 Lot 578, buried Aug 28, 1856. DOB is unknown. He's at Bellefontaine Cemetery in St. Louis, St. Louis City, Missouri.
Thank you for the pictures and burial information on unmarked Chaphe burials at Bellefontaine cemetery. The family name is most often spelled chaffee but for some reason this branch changed the spelling and has since been known as Chaphe.
Added by KBrownst on Dec 08, 2014 10:15 AM
|Valerie Wixen Thruelsen||Thank you|
Thank you for the photo of the graves at Bellefontaine Cemetery. Unfortunately the photo doesn't have enough detail for me to be able to make out a name, DOB and DOD. I was trying to figure out if this was the grave of someone in my family tree. But I just can't do it with a photo of multiple graves at an angle that doesn't allow for getting the names/dates.
These photos are great!!
Thanks so much - you are fast!!
Added by Diane on Nov 30, 2014 9:58 AM
Thank you Connie, for the picture of the Ahring plot at Bellefontaine. I appreciate your help. Hope you had a lovely Thanksgiving.
|Stephanie Bodiford||Berta Huelsenkamp|
Connie, thank you so much for the picture! Happy Thanksgiving!
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