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|Warren Weimer||Harbor View Plot Numbering|
I don't know whether we have met. I know that you are some how associated with the South Bay Cities Genealogy Society (SBCGS). I was a member of the team that "walked" the Harbor Hills Cemetery in 2003/4. I took many of the photos, along with other folks, that you see on the Harbor View Cemetery FindAGrave web site.
As you may or may not know all of the plot locations are wrong. An arbitrary numbering system was created by SBCGS to identify the plots. We did not have the cemetery records at that time in order to accurately identify the plots. The cemetery records have been located a few years ago, and they are kept at the Los Angeles Parks and Recreation Office on Palos Verdes Dr. North and Western. For the last year I have tried to gain access to these records in order to get the plot numbers corrected for Harbor View Cemetery on FindAGrave. It has been extremely difficult. I am presently working with an L. A. City Attorney to get these records. I have started to get a few records. I see that you are the manager of many of the memorials at the Harbor View Cemetery. It would be difficult and time consuming for me to send you edit requests one-by-one as I find the correct plot numbers for the folks interred in Harbor View. I don't know how fond you are of managing the memorials at Harbor View, but I am suggesting that you transfer the managing of the memorials you have to me (in bulk) for a period of time, so I can edit the plot numbers as I get them. I will then transfer them all back to you (in bulk), and you can manage them again. I think this plan might work but would like to get your opinion of this idea.
|Antoinette||Matt Ostoich #40793215|
I was actually looking for another person by the same name and happened upon your memorial. On the gravestone, but a bit hard to read, it says his year of birth was 1914. It also says he was a baby, so that fits with the death date of 1915. I thought you might like to change it. Thanks!
|akeen||Katherine T. Sweeney (Calvary)|
Hi. I just added a photo for her grave. I noticed on her memorial page you put her maiden name even though it doesn't appear on her headstone. Are you also related to her?
Added by akeen on Feb 22, 2014 3:15 PM
|William Hearn||Ida Klein at St. Johns|
I believe I found the stone for Ida Klein.
It says: Our Darling, Ida, Dau. of C. A. & C. Klein, Died Sept 30, 1880, Aged 4 yrs., 6 Mos, & 4 days.
|dtreat||William and Almira Mulvany|
Karen, thank you for transferring William's and Almira's memorials, in Harbor View Cemetery, to me. Almira is my husband's great aunt. Thank you also for all the work you are doing with Findagrave. Regards, Diane
Added by dtreat on Dec 06, 2012 5:20 PM
|David R. Hammond PhD||RE: Solomon Perry Glass|
You are most welcome; glad to do it. I'm sorry the the quality of the photo isn't so great-was hurrying to record as many as I could for future posting and should have paid more attention to the lighting conditions. I will be returning to the cemetery in the next year or 2 and will try to take a better one. Unfortunately Solomon's stone is well-worn, as are the majority in this very historical cemetery. I have many of my ancestors residing there. Also, I need to note for you that your memorials for Solomon & Mary are posted in the wrong "Fitch" Cemetery. There are actually two "Fitch" cemeteries in Fleming County--the large one located about 3 miles north of the town of Flemingsburg on Taylor Mill Road and a very small family one located on a farm about 2.5 miles south of Flemingsburg off the Mt Sterling Road (Highway 11). The larger one, where your and my people are at, is officially named "Fitche Chapel Cemetery" on government maps, although it more frequently called "Fitch Chapel" or "Fitch's Chapel". My 4th great grandfather Salathiel Fitch donated the land for the church and cemetery and hence his name was attached to them. The cemetery has been long neglected but during the past decade or interest has increased. The Methodist Church in Flemingsburg has taken resposability for care and trying to do some restoration. On my first visit 30 yrs ago it was totally overgrown and next to impossible to get into. The vegetation has been cleared out and re-cut every year now. Next project is a fence. I'm working with folks at the church on documentation of graves--supposedly over 400 there. Sorry to be so long-winded but thought you might be interested.
I only today noticed that you've made the link from Hannah to her parents. My apologies for the tardiness in saying a great big thanks!
Added by Rejeana on May 25, 2011 3:59 PM
|GLENDA EISENHOUR||John Isenhower #41684733|
Links to his parents if you'd like to add them: Father, Martin David #54014922 & Anna Catherine (Knull) Eisenhauer/Isenhower #54014835. Thanks.
|Robert DeLong||Eagle Lake Masonic Cemetery|
You can find most of the grave marker photos
in Eagle Lake Masonic Cemetery at the Web Site:
|Joan Kobernik Hoeft||Emma & Lowry Glass and James Dean|
I just wondered if you were aware that the famous actor James Dean is buried very close to Emma & Lowry L Glass. I would say that Emma & Lowry are about 3 rows behind James and about 5 spaces over.
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