|Lesa Pfrommer (#46527276)|
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I am slowly working on photographing Ascension Cemetery because it is closest to my home. I am not related to most of those buried there. I consider it my contribution to the find-a-grave website as a return favor for those who have photographed entire cemeteries far away, greatly helping my own personal family research.|
I've been side-tracked lately with photographing Loma Vista in Fullerton. Almost done with photographing the Northeast and Cypress Lawns in the older part of the cemetery. Mostly what I consider "mass production" by sweeping the stones, taking a picture and posting memorials just to get the names out there. If anyone wants to assist by photographing a section or two, I would appreciate the help.
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|Michelle Shreve||George Messler|
Thanks for the death cert info. I've added it to his memorial.
|Mark R. Daniels||RE: Anaheim Cemetery|
Hello Again !!!
Thank You For Your Kind Words,
I Am So Glad That I Could Help Out,
Yobra Cemetery Let Me See What I Can Do,
As for Getting Photos.
"Best Of Luck"
MARK RICHARD DANIELS
|Anita||RE: Nathan Groshong photo request|
Lisa, I searched the Feuquay Cemetery yesterday for your Nathan Groshong. It is a relatively small cemetery but unfortunately I could not find a Nathan Groshong. I submitted this problem to FindAGrave so your photo request has been removed. If Nathan is buried in Feuquay he was buried w/o a gravestone. The good news is that I DID find two other Groshong's and photographed their stones. One stone is just a broken piece that was laying face down on the ground. There was barely enough surname letters there to be able to recognize the name Groshong. After I took the photo I placed the piece back face down where I found it which was located behind the other Groshong stone I found. I figured being face down it was better protected from the elements. I'm going to put their photo's on FindAGrave and then if you want to manage their memorials I will transfer them to you (assuming the memorials are not already there). I enjoyed the stroll through the cemetery yesterday. firstname.lastname@example.org
Added by Anita on May 19, 2013 4:37 PM
|Melvin L. Halterman||MEMORIAL TRANSFER|
Thanx for the recent transfer of the Arthur Keller Bachtell, Sr. memorial.
I have connected Ann to her parents. Thank you for the information.
|Ghost Town Gal||Edward "Ted" Craig Find A Grave Memorial# 38870525|
Thank you for Mr. Craig's additional information and thank you for all your good work!
|Louis Mata||RE: Rose Hills Cemetery|
Good work you're doing here. If and when I'm on the Carnation Lawn, I'll swing by and she if she's marked.
|I Rutter Parker||Oakmont Cemetery Lafayette photo request|
See message from Oakmont Cemetery employee re: other findagrave photo request:
Re: Site Locations?Hello James,I did get your request, but unfortunately I am going to have to decline on supplying you with the general locations for graves in our park. Our company's policy has recently changed about finding general locations requested by outside groups who have no ties to the loved ones they are searching for. If the family member's want to contact Us directly of course we will be happy to locate those families' loved ones, but to locate general locations when a family member has not contacted Us directly opens up the possibility for a families privacy to possibly be violated. I do apologize for this most resent change, and that I won't be able from this point to continue to help with the general locations in our cemetery. Thank you so much for your understanding...I appreciate your understanding. Respectfully,Daryl Mosley
So, if you really want this photo, contact Oakmont directly and get plot number, location - this cemetery is HUGE. Then we can help you.
Not trying to nag, just FYI that we've cleared over 200 requests this spring and now have 626 requests—fewer than there were in June, 2012. We'd be happy to clear your request(s) but some/all do not have plot information. Please call (216) 641-7575 and obtain plot information. We most likely already have a plot map but will let you know once we have plot info if we also need a map. Thanks!
Added by runner9 on May 12, 2013 4:57 AM
|Steve Pike||Pike graves at Loma Vista - Thanks!|
Thanks so much for the Dorthy Pike photos. Dorthy Pike is a Glenn, a great granddaughter of Peter Glenn, a somewhat historical person (not really famous I guess) who was killed during an interesting historic battle known as the Battle of Corydon in Indiana. Dorthy died very young and tragically while waiting in a Salt Lake City hospital. She is the sister of a Blanchard buried nearby.
Many of the Pikes moved to Fullerton around 1914 from farms near Willoughby Hills Ohio. The father Loren was accidentally electrocuted, leaving a widow and several children.
Bernice Pike - Nixon was married to Richard Nixon's uncle Hugh.
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