yesterday I traveled to Saint Andrew's Cemetery, Malahide, Dublin to try to fulfil you photo request for Janet Johnston d. 1907. For a number of reasons I was unable to find this headstone.
Put simply while there it started to rain meaning I had to cut my search short. Secondly many of the headstones in the cemetery have faded and are no longer legible. My advice would be to contact the person who contributed the record and ask if they got their information from headstones or ohysical records. If they did obtain their information from headstones let me know and I can return to the cemetery to search again.
RE: Minnie Johnston I've just found another (older and hand-drawn) map of South Brisbane General Cemetery, and 7O is marked on this map. I *think* this means from comparison with the sign at the cemetery, that 7O and 7 may be the same area. I'll make a note of this for next time I visit. Will keep you informed. PK
Minnie Johnston Hi Kathy, I am happy to revisit South Brisbane General Cemetery to find Minnie, but you mention her plot location as 7O. There isn't a 7O in that Cemetery. It has 7, 7A, 7B, 7C, and 7D, (as well as others) but no 7O. Can you possibly recheck your sources? The cemetery is quite large, and even covering these 5 sections would take some time. Let me know if you come up with anything further. PK
Daid Upton Hi Kathy. I have the pic for David. Also, I am creating memorials and/or adding pics as needed for the following family members who are buried with him: Lillian Uption Hughey (1885-1934), James C Hughey (1881-1944), Richard W Hughey (1917-1961), Oscar E Upton (1866-1935), David A Upton (1846-1921), Laura M Upton (1857-1936), Baby Upton, Sara Deyo (1795-1871), George Albert Upton (d. 1862), Mary B Upton (d. 1854), Mary C Upton (d. 1855), Mary C Upton (d. 1900), David Upton Vosburgh (d. 1864)and James Henry Vosburgh (d. 1867).
David Upton I have uploaded one of the pictures of David Upton. I have many more of the tomb and the other family members. Send me an email request and I'd be glad to send them to you. Kimb50@hotmail.com
Chancy Cole This cemetery is very old and located on the side of a steep hill. Many of the stones were broken and piled together and the standing stones were worn & difficult to read. For 90 minutes we sorted through the broken stones & did our best to read the rest, but we could not find Chancy Cole. Sorry