“The bitterest tears shed over graves are for words left unsaid and deeds left undone.” - Harriet Beecher Stowe
Please do not add copyrighted information, photos that you did not take, photos of obituaries or obituaries which include names of surviving family members to any of the pages I have created. Find a Grave will be notified and will be asked to remove the item(s).Please be respectful to families and allow them to have the funeral before you post information about the deceased.
Living in Canada I DO NOT receive emails letting me know that people have submitted a photo request to a cemetery I have visited/ photographed, so PLEASE message me directly so that I may fulfill your request. I do have photos of most all of the markers that I have transcribed. So please ask.
If you would like me to remove a memorial please let me know and I shall remove it right away - no questions asked.
Having Lyme Disease I need less stress in my life and need "gentle exercise" I find taking photos for Find A Grave gets me the fresh air, and the tranquility I need in the summer months and uploading the information exercises my mind in winter. If you need to know more about Lyme Disease check - www.canlyme.com and www.albertalyme.org
To request a transfer or edit information please use the EDIT tab at the top right of the person's page, check the drop down menu for options.
Please remember to include the memorial page number and your membership number when asking for information about an entry I have made.It makes it sooooo much easier for me to find the person you are asking about.
Because of the few RUDE people demanding I transfer pages to them, I shall no longer make transfers unless you are polite AND can explain to me how the person is related to you.
However, as FaGer Scott wrote :- If there is any particular entry that I have made that is very important to you, related or not, if you sponsor their page I will transfer it to you ASAP. This helps Findagrave and shows me that this entry truly is important to you and that you are not simply trying to 'collect' all you can find of a particular surname.
Should you find that I have inadvertently duplicated an entry or photo please let me know, I will remedy the situation as soon as possible.
Thanks so much for the transfer for my grand-father. It is greatly appreciated. I found it surprising that none of his family were mentioned on the marker. Or the fact that he was a judge and only listed as military rank when he passed away. Although he died in the NWT, I finally found his obit in a Lethbridge Newspaper of all places - again very surprising as he and his family were living in Edmonton, where I was born as well. I have tried to find his wife's marker but, I am not even sure they were interred together and my Mum is not able to tell me due to the Alzheimer's. His wife's name was Audrey Nan Darling nee Malcolmson if you happen to run into it.
I wish you all the luck with your Lyme Disease. And yes, my husband was VERY lucky that it was diagnosed so quickly. I know a couple people like you, who had gone un-diagnosed for a time. Most people cannot appreciate what Lyme Disease means and how it can 'mess up' your health - BIG TIME. I hope your case is not too debilitating.
Earl Clare Darling Hi Allison. Thanks SO very much for posting this photo. Clare was my Grand-Father and this will mean alot to his daughter, my mother. Any other info you have on either Clare or his family would be greatly appreciated. My mother has Alzheimer's and so I cannot ask her. Also...my Husband contracted Lyme Disdease two years ago, but we caught it before it went full-blown. wishing you all the best ... Cheers, Lorraine
Transfer of memorial Thank you very much for the speedy transfer of my great-grandmother's memorial and for your very kind note. I have already linked her memorial to her parents' and my grandmother's memorials.
RE: Walter Lopushinsky Hi Allison : yes, I saw those records too, but I don't know who they are. I was kind of wondering however if the William Lopushinsky might be "Walter". Kind of looks like everyone disappeared. Can't find any records for Walter's son Ernest / Orest either. Darcy
Walter Lopushinsky Hi Allison: Thanks for your efforts to find Walter Lopushinsky. Most of what I have in his bio I got from an excerpt from the book "By River and Trail", A history of Waskatenau and districts. The article about Wasyl Lopuushinsky, was written by his granddaughter Rachel Lord. I have also consulted in the past with my uncle Edward Latka. My uncle, ( who is now deceased ) told me that Walter lived and worked in the Spirit River area. He also told me that after Walter died that he had to forward certain documents about land and mineral rights to his children who were then living somewhere in B.C. He couldn't remember where exactly. is it possible that Walter is buried somewhere in the Saddle Hills area and not be registered ? The only other thing I can think of is maybe he went to B.C. with his children, or maybe they had his body brought to B.C. for burial. I also heard that Walter's wife, Maiden name Julia Warchola went to live with some relatives around Waskatenau, or perhaps Radway after Walter died. I don't know either where she ended up being buried at. Darcy
robert ring Hello, my name is Erica Ward and I am the granddaughter of Robert Sylvester, great granddaughter of Peter and Bertha Ring. I was wondering if you are related to the rings? And if so how? was so happy to see all the pictures of my great aunts and uncles when they where young.