|greg poynor||Find A Grave Memorial# 40427134|
Please change my previous submission as to the death location of Mary Jane Abrams Craft from Hempstead, Nassau County, New York to Valley Stream, Nassau County, New York. Just discovered a City Directory listing for her living there at the time of her death on 20 Carman Ave.
|Amy Dunn Hohler||Transcribing photos|
PLEASE be careful when you are transcribing photos that you are not creating duplicates. I have had to delete numerous memorials that were created based on my photos that already had memorials. They just needed the photos added.
|KEN DOTY BROWN||RE: Frederick Hummel|
Just getting around to replying to messages. The reason for going to Lawrence was to visit the graves of my wife's grandparents - Procops. The cemetery is in terrible shape. Almost all the stones were vandalized and the back of the cemetery is completely overgrown with weeds and downed trees. It is a shame. Several years ago we tried to visit the graves, but the cemetery gate was padlocked, and no one had the key. This last time, the gate was wide open. No problems getting in. I have a number of Lawrence graves that I have not yet posted. Have a good night. Ken
I wanted to take a moment and say thank you for all the help you have given on the grave marker Transcriptions . I really appreciate it.
Added by Johnny on Dec 29, 2014 8:21 PM
|Helen Mathis||Walter Dermitt|
I posted a picture of Mr. Dermitt's headstone.
Just to let you know that he is buried in Garden of Memories not Myrtle Hill Memorial Park.
They are two separate cemeteries.
|KarenIrene||RE: Cornelius J. Ford|
Happy to do it. If you would like me to transfer management of Catherine Ford, please let me know.
|Ernie Wright||Adolphus Spence II|
You provided a pic of Mr. Spence on his Find A Grave memorial and his wife has a connection to my maternal line. I was wondering if you are related to the Spence family or to Ruth Lilly Spence ?
|Brian J. Ensley||RE: Jacob Spiker|
You're very welcome. Sorry the stone is in such bad shape that it's getting difficult to read the inscription.
|chrisw||Lawrence Cemetery Burial-Witze|
FindaGrave shows an unidentified Witze (perhaps my g-grandfather's brother?) buried there. Does Lawrence know about when/what time frame this burial took place? How do they have his name if records lost? Is there a gravestone? My ancestor died aboard the hospital ship Falcon on 20 June 1866 after getting typhoid on the trip over from Hamburg (while immigrating). There were several burial sites on Long Island for situations like this, and I wonder if he ended up in Lawrence. Thanks.
Added by chrisw on Jul 07, 2013 10:14 AM
|Barbara R||Mary Rider Gingrich|
That is a great photo. Thank you again. I do appreciate this very much.
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