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I attended a seminar at Manitou Beach, Sask., in Sept 2008 and the Watrous Cemetery was on the road between Watrous and Manitou. I photographed as much of the cemetery as I could in the time I had.
Stopped at the Tomkins, Gull Lake and Swift Curent cemeteries Nov. 30, 2009, on return from the Grey Cup in Calgary.
Visited the historic Battleford Cemetery while on a family trip to North Battleford in April 2009.
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|Sharon Scott||RE: my grand-dad|
The child has to be linked to the parent by the owner of the child's memorial. That would be you. :-D
|Jeannie Duncan||RE: Hi-- sorry to leave so many messages|
This Cemetery is also know as Millertown Cemetery. I think it states that on the main page for that Cemetery. I went to this Cemetery and photographed the entire Cemetery, and recorded all that wasn't already on here. I know that the Cemetery itself is called Millertown, though. I have several relatives in it as well, and on their death Certificates it states Millertown and upon going to this Cemetery, I found their Headstones. Hope this helps.
Have a Great Evening,
|Jeannie Duncan||RE: Louisa Briggs and the Smiths|
Hi, They are in Oakwood Cemetery, It is the Cemetery that is on top of Corning Hill, not the one in the middle of the hill though. After you go around a sharp curve to the right, it is on the left. As far as any grave marker, none is there, just the stones' that are not legible. As you go into the cemetery parking lot, they are in the 2nd Lot (in the middle), toward the back. I'm sorry I can't be any more help, but they do have other Smith relatives buried close to them.
If I can be of any other help, please let me know.
Hope you have a great day,
|Sharon Scott||RE: Louisa Smith|
My contact email is on my contributor page
firstname.lastname@example.org You can contact me there.
The death certificates for John, John A., Polly, Hannah, Joseph, and Louisa Briggs Joseph are all available through FamilySearch. The death certificates provide the cemetery or location as well as the maiden names for the mothers. The 1910 census for John and Louisa states they are head and wife and they are married 7 years.
I have Polly and Hannah connected to John Smith and Ellen.
|Sharon Scott||RE: Smiths at Perry County|
Hi Colleen, You are correct. I've checked the paperwork I have (death certificate for John) and he and John A. (death certificate on hand) are both in Oakwood. I have John A. in Oakwood correctly. But I apparently placed John (1842-1912) in with his daughter Polly (Smith)Plant and her husband Alfred Plant, in Oakfield. I have removed the two memorials from Oakfield and added them into Oakwood. I'm sorry for the confusion. I don't recall stones for them and don't have any saved pics in his file. All I have is the copy of the death certificate which I'm posting to the memorial on Find A Grave.
Louisa #112023976 (wife #3 is also in Oakwood)
I've connected John A to John and Louisa, and Polly to John and Ellen. I've sent mail and requested that Hannah be connected to John and Ellen, and that Jane and Joseph be connected to John and Mary Ann. (I saw the memorial for his wife Mary Ann - great picture!) Once again, I apologize for the confusion.
|Sharon Scott||RE: Hi from Regina, Sask, Canada|
Please send me the memorial numbers and your contributor number to me via email and I'll be happy to transfer management. Sharon@findmydead.com
|Doreen||RE: Richard Steele changes|
Yes that would be very nice, I have been gathering info on NWMP who served in Battleford, it has been fun.
Thanks so much Doreen
Added by Doreen on May 10, 2012 3:28 PM
|Richard A Hayes||RE: Peter Henry Nellis|
I have made the change you requested for Peter Henry Nellis. There is more Nellis information on my website at http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~nelliswebsite/.
|chcobe||William Henry Harrision-46266868|
Please correct Mr. Harrison's last name from Harrision to Harrison and also correct death year from 1012 to 1912
Added by chcobe on Apr 11, 2011 4:49 AM
Thanks for your kind words. I see that you are related to the Kiddy family. I would love to be able to post more information about them on Find A Grave. I am also compiling information for a book about the people buried in the Woodruff Cemetery. I'd like photos, histories and other information about the people buried there to put in it. Any information you can pass along would be greatly appreciated.
Added by A.Bell on Jul 30, 2010 5:26 PM
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