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Shirley Lindenberger Hazelwood (#47265445)
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Bio Photo I am an avid genealogist. I have been doing family genealogy since 2003. I am a member of OGS, a Life Member of the Firelands Historical Society, a Life Member of the Huron County Chapter of OGS, a member of the Civil War Families of Huron County Chapter of OGS, a member of Daughters of the American Revolution and a member of the National Society United States Daughters of 1812. In 2016, I hope to apply for First Families of the Huron County Chapter of OGS along with trying to join the Mayflower Society & Jamestown Settlement.
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brenda
Ruggles
A cenotaph is a tomb or a monument erected in honor of a person or group of persons whose remains are buried elsewhere. It can also be the initial marker for a person who has since been interred elsewhere.
To add a cenotaph, create a memorial just like any other. Then email edit@findagrave.com with a link to the memorial and a message to mark it as a cenotaph. Please only add relationship links to the actual burial memorial, when a cenotaph and an actual burial both exist.


So that is rule of find a grave. So just send them my 52396337 for example of Alonzo then put your memorial number so they can link them. Just explain what is going on and they will do the work after that.
Added by brenda on May 23, 2016 3:07 PM
SJ-BudBow
Farmer Grave Markers
I thank you so much for these pictures on their Memorials. I really appreciate it. Thanks again. Jill
Added by SJ-BudBow on May 19, 2016 5:55 PM
SJ-BudBow
Betschman Grave Markers
Thank you so much for taking your time and effort in finding, taking and posting these pictures to their memorials. I really appreciate it. I thank you again. Jill
Added by SJ-BudBow on May 19, 2016 5:53 PM
Dirt Hero Paula
Edward Nusly
Dear Shirley,

Thank you so very much for trying to find if Edward had a grave memorial and for posting a memorial for his wife, Margaret, and taking a photo. It looks like he did not have a memorial. It is, as you know, not unusual when spouses die more than 30 years apart. I have cancelled the photo request for Edward so that others do not go looking for a memorial that does not exist.

Thank you again.

In fellowship,
Paula
Added by Dirt Hero Paula on Jan 25, 2016 3:59 PM
Andrew Daft
Hug
Thanks for the photos! May I have your permission to use them in my Ancestry.com tree?
Added by Andrew Daft on Nov 09, 2015 6:22 PM
Cheri Winslow
RE: Cora Bennett Friend
Hi Shirley,

Thank you so much for your extra effort in looking for Cora. George was her husband and Louise was probably George's second wife. Cora died several years before George did. I appreciate your kindness. Have a lovely day.
Added by Cheri Winslow on Oct 12, 2015 7:59 PM
D DeWitt
Margaret DeWitt Olcott
Thanks so much for your time and efforts.

Don
Added by D DeWitt on Oct 05, 2015 6:30 PM
Dana
Headstone of Thaddeus Koechle
Hi! I am coauthoring a book & one of the chapters will be about Thaddeus Koechle & his descendants. Can I have permission to use your photos of headstones in the book? Thank you, Dana Leeds
Added by Dana on Aug 30, 2015 7:37 PM
Cheri Winslow
Cora Bennett Friend
Find A Grave Memorial # 125734759

Hi Shirley,

I received your message about Cora having no headstone. Would you be able to photograph the place she is buried, even though it doesn't have a headstone?

She is my 1st cousin 4x removed and it would mean a lot to me. Unfortunately I have other Bennett family members who were also buried without headstones, but the photos of the places where they are buried are meaningful to me.

Thank you so much,
Cheri
Added by Cheri Winslow on Aug 10, 2015 3:03 PM
Henny R
RE: Riehl/Koss
You are welcome. I looked for the children as well but couldn't find them. I don't know if you are familiar with Calvary cemetery so I'll let you know that sections 27, 28, 30 (plus a few more) are a hopeless mess. At least half of the burials there never had headstones and the ones that did suffered extensive theft and vandalism years ago. Most of the graves are of children, sad to say. And who could afford markers on top of burial costs in those days if you had to pay for doctors and funerals for four children in five years? Anyway, I checked the interment records, found the plots and will enter them via the edit button. Some of the remaining stones are so weathered as to be unreadable, but another volunteer with younger eyes may find them for you if you let the requests stand. Records also revealed cause of death if you are interested. Albert Sr. and Leo died of tuberculosis; Carl, acute gastroenteritis; Delores and Albert Jr. died of cholera. Elizabeth had heart disease and Charles cause of death was listed as "pending".
Added by Henny R on Aug 04, 2015 8:32 PM
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