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Deb Mullin (#47127890)
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Donna Martin
RE: Memorial 105412072 at St Gertrudes
Happy to help!
Added by Donna Martin on May 08, 2016 9:13 PM
Sharon & Jackie
RE: Adam L Bingaman
I would contact Kevin Bingaman who submitted the information and then he can let me know or you. Thanks for the help.. I will also try to get up with Kevin.
Added by Sharon & Jackie on Oct 07, 2015 9:13 AM
Sharon & Jackie
RE: Adam L Bingaman
What cemetery is this so I can look and see how we can fix it?
Added by Sharon & Jackie on Sep 28, 2015 12:38 PM
Re:Marion Heding
I found this grave in the Rosehill/Rosedale Cemetery in Linden, NJ, however the stone placque in the ground says "Mary Heding" not "Marion." There was a fresh bouquet of flowers for Mother's Day on the Grave, so perhaps there are family members here.I'll upload the photo soon.
Added by Roibeard on May 15, 2011 10:12 PM
James William Harney Sr.
RE: Hopkins photos - Calumet
Added by James William Harney Sr. on Aug 18, 2010 3:47 PM
James William Harney Sr.
RE: Hopkins photos - Calumet
I looked around for Edward Hopkins but did not find a stone on Lots 388 or 355. There are unmarked graves on either side of Charles Hopkins. Looks like someone planted pine trees on both sides of the large stone. These trees have not been trimmed back in many years and completly cover the large stone and overhang the small markers. There is also a stone for Francis A. Hopkins. I added a memorial for him and will transfer it to you if you wish. I also found a stone for Jack Wilczynski (1887-1974) it appears to be on lot 355, do you know who he is? I created a memorial for him and will transfer it to you if you like. I had to crawl under the tree branches to get the pictures so they are not as good as I would like them to be.

Added by James William Harney Sr. on Aug 18, 2010 3:24 PM
Robert Quinn
RE: Margaret Midura grave photo
I have the original, bigger versions, if needed. Wasn't sure if these were clear enough for your needs. Also added a Teresa Midura, whose stone is next to this one.
Added by Robert Quinn on Jul 08, 2010 9:20 AM
RE: Margaret McKenna pic
Glad to help, Deb. I'll try get there earlier in the day, next time, to get a shot with some sunlight on the face of the stone. I'll also look for the others you listed in Section P.

I should mention that the small stone on the right side (partly visible in photo) is for Lawrence J. McKenna. Unfortunately, only the name is visible as the bottom half has sunk into the ground.

I don't know the cemetery's policy regarding sinking stones, but it seems to be epidemic there. I know of another contributor who recently managed to get them to uncover a stone that had disappeared completely. You may be able to get them to at least raise Lawrence's stone. It might be worth a try.
Added by NJ42 on Jul 07, 2009 12:37 PM
RE: picture of James Mullin grave
You're welcome, Deb. I took photos of the rest of the stones on the plot, since they seemed to be related. I'll email a list of the names to you.

And yes, we have had a bit of rain...
Added by NJ42 on Jul 03, 2009 10:56 PM
RE: Mary Higgins photo
Deb- my pleasure to make your day- I was just on my way out the door to do a photo at Forest Lawn for a different Find A Grave request when your request came thru- seeing as how you so kindly had the location info for me already it was a very simple task to take a picture of the marker. It makes the volunteer job so much easier if the location is known before.

Now as I said in the photo it was NOT in section 4 of Everlasting Hope, it was more in the southern section of six or maybe five, there are no marker lines for sections. The grounds keepers were cutting the grass with edgers all in the area of the Higgins marker. I had to ask em to stop and take a break so I could take a picture, sorry for the grass clippings and such, but you should have seen it prior to the clip job.

I love doing the pictures because it gets me out into the beautiful setting of Forest Lawn. It is quite a pretty place and well maintained.

If you are ever in the area please make sure to visit there.
Added by Floydster on Jul 03, 2009 5:12 PM
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