Margaret does not have a Headstone.
Added by Patty on May 26, 2015 7:56 PM
|William Neill||Sunbury Memorial Park|
Problems with getting photos at Sunbury Memorial Gardens:
Their busiest time is March through October, and they are reluctant to spend time they don't have to help us find someone unless they are a family member. Being Memorial Day is even busier. This IS Ohio after all, and the best time to take photos is April through September (fallen leaves make it difficult to find the flush markers). This winter in particular was too icy to try to get photos before the glacier we called winter had moved on. It is best for the person requesting the photo to contact the cemetery, identify themselves as a relative, and get a location: letter or number of the section, and plot number.
|Christina ||America Harvey|
I was unable to locate a marker for America. She is in Sec N_E Lot 93 Row A1 Space 5. This Sec contains many "Single grave lots" that more times than not have no markers
Checked the Cuthbert plot today and found no identifiable stone for Afra. There are some unmarked graves and some broken stones. I have uploaded a picture of those areas.
Added by G-Man on Jul 01, 2013 7:30 PM
|CG Powell||Herbert Pickering|
South Park Cemetery - Roswell
There is no headstone for this gentleman. Lots of blank spaces by Elmer and Eva. many unmarked graves int his section.
|S Wright||Buckingham Friends Cemetery|
Hi Norma - I see you requested a grave site photo from the BFS cemetery. I thought I'd send you a quick note that many Quakers didn't have headstones (especially as early as the ones you indicated) because they felt they were a vanity. On the up side the Quakers kept excellent records - almost all of which can be found housed at Swarthmore College.
Added by S Wright on May 20, 2013 6:48 PM
|Elana Kahn||RE: Henry White Pickering|
No problem! I took pictures of all of the stones in that plot and uploaded them but can't remember offhand the names. Unfortunately there's no way to search by plot, so it might be a bit of a task. I did link up family members where possible, so that's a start for sure!
|Patricia Donaven||Enos Pickering|
The grave of Enos Pickering is unmarked. The grave on one side is 57A and the other side is 59A. Cemetary records say he is buried in 58A.
|Helen Lodge||Hickory Grove LM stones|
There are two stones with the initials "LM" on them in the Hickory Grove Cemetery. Quakers buried people in the order of death, not family plots, but they are separated by just one stone in the same row. I have pictures of both and picture of them together, but I don't know how to send them to you other than through email as this site only allowed me to put one on.
There are also other people with the same name listed in other cemeteries in the Cedar County Cemetery book "Stones and Sites".
I was at the Mt. Pleasant cemetery today looking for the request you have for Amanda McQuaid.
I found a beatiful Headstone with the name McQuaid on it. The problem is ...it has no further information! There are no other markers around it with that name, or unreadable. There are McCowin's buried beside this stone.
My question is: Do you want me to use the headstone to fulfill the request, or mark the request as a problem, that I walked the cemetery and did not find the grave?
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