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Well.. I didn't hear back from you so I posted the picture on his memorial page before my time expired on the photo request. I contacted the person who created the page and asked him to enter his name. I also made a page for his wife Mary
Added by Trish on Jun 10, 2014 9:51 PM
Hi.. So I have taken a picture of the Wheeler grave but am unclear if it is who you are looking for. The photo request just states "Father Wheeler" without a first name or dates. A couple ( Wheeler) is buried in Evergreen cemetery Block 27. George W who was buried 4-13-1917 and Mary J who was buried 4-20-1917. I have the pictures if they are who you are looking for. Please let me know and I will post them
Added by Trish on Jun 06, 2014 4:36 PM
|Jan Fenter||RE: George A. Litsas, Memorial# 104272935|
You are very welcome for the photos and research I did on George. As you see on his Memorial, I sent the information I found to Juelette Fadness, who had created the Memorial page, and she added it to the Memorial page.
The information, in addition to the newspaper Funeral Notice, was found in digitized records on Ancestry. The digitized record that showed where in Greece George was born was the "U.S., World War II Draft Registration Cards, 1942." Juelette didn't include the name of this source on the Memorial page, but you may need it for your family records. The spelling of the handwritten birthplace was not too clear, but I emailed a couple of possible spellings to Juelette and she was able to find the place in the Find A Grave listing for Greece.
|Jan Fenter||grave marker photo request: George Litsas|
Since I had found the newspaper funeral notice and the "U.S. Application for Headstone or Marker" for George on Ancestry, I just couldn't take the answer the cemetery given that they couldn't find George buried there. I called the funeral home that has the old funeral records from Hennessey and had them see if they could confirm George's remains had been taken to the church and then for the concluding service at Lincoln Memorial Park. The person at the funeral home did confirm the info in the funeral notice, he called Lincoln and asked them to search again. The called me back today, saying Lincoln found George's burial location, and I went out today and got the photos. I'll be uploading them for you.
Hi, I hopefully fixed her memorial site correctly. If not, let me know again. Best regards.
|MixedStock||Laurella Lee Derby|
I was at the Highland Cemetery office today and was told there is no record of Laurella being buried there with her husband and Col. George Lee and his wife, Elizabeth. Her name is on the deed card as an owner, along with George Lee, but there is no indication that she was buried in that plot. Her husband, Sidney, died in 1877 so might it be possible that she remarried and is buried under another name? It does not appear she was buried at Highland, but it is always possible that for whatever reason her name did not end up on the burial card for the plot (Block 92, Lot 22).
Hope this helps.
Hi, I tried to claim your request for Highland Cemetery in Ypsilanti. It won't let me click on claim. Maybe somebody already claimed if for you. If you still need it I will be out there Monday please let me know and I can get your picture and load if for you.
|Ernie Krewson||Charlotte Lillian Hall Taylor|
Transferred memorial to you. Good luck!
|Sue Tanner||Albert l. Anderson|
Hi Norma, i just need to know regarding Albert--any chance his first name could have been Raymond L Anderson? Sue
|Linda Jenkins Werts||Lolo Northrup Reynolds|
Lolo shares a headstone with her husband William. I've posted the photo I added to his memorial.
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