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|I got interested in geneology in the early part of 2008. I got in touch with people who graciously provided me pictures. Knowing how important pictures are I volunteered to be a Find a Grave volunteer.I truly enjoy reading headstones. |
Contact me if you would like me to transfer a memorial. Whether you are family or a friend of the deceased, I'm more than happy to transfer them to you!
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|Rick Valentine||Sandra Phillips|
Glad I could help. One thing I have found doing Find-A-Grave is that their is a story behind every burial. As you can see I had to dig her marker out, it was completely overgrown. The first time I went to the designated plot I could not find her marker. I went to the office to verify that she was there, the lady searched the records and confirmed her burial and that a flower marker was placed in that plot. So I went back and poked around in the grass with a kitchen knife until I found the the marker, it was under a couple of inches of sod. It could have been easily missed.
|Becky MCdonald||Re: Angel Banuelos|
Thank You so much for taking a picture of my Dads tomb stone at the Riverside National Cemetary. I also have been involved in tracing my family's tree.
Sincerely, Becky McDonald
|Mary Lewis||Clarification about Inglewood Park|
Hi Miriam. When I said the baby is not listed at Inglewood Park, I meant to say that she is not listed on Find-A-Grave at Inglewood Park. As far as I know, Inglewood Park does not provide a searchable list of all interments on their website, or at Find-A-Grave. Hope I didn't confuse you.
|Mary Lewis||Question About Inglewood Park|
Hi Miriam. You took photos of my grandmother's and her brother's headstones at Inglewood Park Cemetery (among others).
I have a question for you. I'm searching for the burial place of an infant who died in an accident in Oregon in 1947. She was born in Hawthorne in 1946. Her parents lived near Inglewood Park Cemetery. I'm trying to help her half-brother find the baby's grave. I've eliminated almost every other cemetery in the area and in Oregon.
By the way, the entry on the Oregon Death Certificate "Disposition" line is illegible, so there is no help there.
ANYWAY, to my question. Her name is NOT listed at Inglewood Park Cemetery. I wrote them an email, asking if they could look her up in their records. I provided all the relevant information. I have not received an answer (and they are the ONLY cemetery that hasn't answered).
With your experience with them, I'm wondering if you have a procedure that you follow; if you have a name or phone number I could call; if there is a secret handshake ... what do I do to get them to look and get back to me?
You've been so helpful in the past, I thought you might know.
Thanks for all your past help. My email address is email@example.com. My phone number is 760-247-3425.
Mary M. Lewis
|Alan Steinfeld||Schoenwetter transfer|
Very kind of you to do this. Thanks!
|Pamela Stutrud Groth||RE: Dorothy Bertucci|
I am not related to Dorothy either. I'm just doing my part for the genealogy community.
Thanks for offering.
|Kathleen Pape||Roberta Larsen|
Hi! Thanks for putting my mom here! Could you transfer this one to me? What info do you need?
|s keavney||Javauda Riggs|
Hi Miriam....Thank you, yes. And thank you for asking. Do I need to do anything?
Wondering if you could please transfer this memorial to me.
This is my father in law. Want to add his wife.
Added by Cheryl on Jun 08, 2013 9:46 PM
|Family Is Forever||RE: Irene Bilezikjian|
Hello, No I don't know Irene. Thanks for asking
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