|Del Gran||Transfer of Edward #108662215 and wife Mary|
Edward is the grandfather of my wife's cousin for whom I created memorial #158447324 for her husband Don on Feb 22 and #158685054 for her father Herb on Feb 27. You will see that I linked her father Herb to his parents (her grandparents) for whom I requested these two transfers. Do you prefer to to wait until a better time and have her request transfers?
Thank you for the inquiry.
Added by Del Gran on Feb 28, 2016 2:41 PM
|Asta23||RE: George Kelm|
Thank you for reviewing my info. I wish I had an obit for George. It would certainly clarify some facts. The only documents I was able to gather for George so far are 1930 and 1940 census copies, a high school year book page and three death certificates. We have some pictures of the family and scarce memories of my 91 year old mother-in-law who is his first cousin but did not spend much time with him. I will keep on digging. If you have anything to share or if you will ever come by anyone who does I am interested in adding to the facts I have gathered so far.
Thanks for your time.
Added by Asta23 on Nov 29, 2015 5:35 PM
|Katherine Gosiger||RE: Gosiger|
My sincere thanks for the photos. I am sorry about the woeful delay in sending you email. I am interested in the other Gosiger grave photos if you still have them available.
Best Regards, Katherine Gosiger
|Ben Tilford Calvert||RE: Bell Stone|
You are very welcome, Ben
|Diana Wiehe Watson||RE: A. Williams|
No, I am just entering names off the Oak Hill database into Find A Grave.
Thanks for asking.
Oh my gosh Laurel Hill you do get around. That cemetery looks awesome. There are Sailers out there in addition to Mary in the right ages group. I had found some in a book of names for Monument Cemetery in Phili as well but I guess you need an underwater camera for those since they are probably under the Betsy Ross bridge. At least Laurel Hill is now listed as a protected historic landmark. Too bad they didn't make them take photos of all the headstones before they dumped them. I'm glad you are doing what you do because you never know when someone with big bucks and influence will need some expansion space right? Thanks again for all you do, wish I could assist it would be fun walking those grounds.
Added by Capt on Jun 04, 2015 7:45 PM
Thanks again for the added Saylors - read my bio for more info about what I'm doing. There are a few more markers not posted from the graves at Union in particular Samuel Saylor, Sr and wife. There are my best leads at this point. I maxed out on photo requests so I can't add them. Wonder if George was Samuel's son so any hints about co-location of these people would be great. Also how do you find more new names?? I really appreciate any additional help on this puzzle.
My Williams' middle name was M., his first son was named Samuel B., another named George he also had a daughter Maria (was pronounced Mariah by my grandmother). Not sure what happened but it is possible there was a name change. Thanks again Spicy Guppy.
Added by Capt on Jun 04, 2015 3:06 PM
|Judy Llamas||Hermanus & Mabel Baer|
Thank you for the great photos of their grave markers! They were truly special people. I appreciate your work!
Thanks for looking and trying for John and William at Fairview. I don't know if there is an office I can call out there for more info but I really appreciate you looking and I'd love to get the uncropped photo. I was wondering what the flag was for. Really appreciate your efforts.
Added by Capt on Jun 04, 2015 12:31 AM
Thanks for the photo. It's greatly appreciated. I do wish I could see the whole flag and emblems that were there next to his headstone. It's nice to know that something was put there probably for memorial day but it would be great to actually see what it was. If you are ever out there again maybe you could get another photo? Thanks again for your efforts.
Added by Capt on Jun 03, 2015 12:56 PM
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