|bill schultz||RE: Glinon photo request..|
Might be as simple as a misspelling. Try and call the cemetery office.708-449-8300
|Mike Serpa||RE: William Lafayette Ames.|
'Tis true. Only a hair out of place! Glad you like the photo. Thanks for writing.
|Jay Boone||RE: Pullman photo request.|
Not sure if you are interested, but I added a number of other Pullman's that are buried in the same lot in Section A. If you would like me to transfer their memorial pages to you let me know.
|Neal Carrier||RE: Shorey photo request.|
You're welcome. Do you have any idea why he has a GAR flag holder and one indicating World War service?
Kind of old to have served in WW!
|Anonymous||RE: Monroe photo request.|
Glad we finally got that photo for you. You've been patient for a long, long time.
|Sue Tanner||RE: Greene photo request.|
Very glad to have helped. Sue
|Shari R.||RE: Hughes photo request.|
Glad to help. There were two headstones for Hughes - one for Humphrey and Hiram and next to that was one for his wife and their daughter. I thought this was interesting.
Added by Shari R. on Jul 04, 2013 5:15 PM
|Susan Wojtowicz||Benjamin Schieman|
Benjamin Scheiman was cremated at the Fresh Pond Crematory but the remains are NOT in the Columbarium. The index card number is 30991. For a fee of $35 the crematory office will research where the ashes went. You may call the office at 718-821-9700.
|Gerri Gray||RE: King photo request.|
I finally located the headstone for Henry D. King Jr. However, it is badly worn and difficult to read, especially since it is leaning forward. I took several shots and posted the best one of the bunch. I also added a photo of the King family stone even though Jr's name was not on it. Gerri
|Jim Adcox||Cross Photo|
Good to hear from "down under" again. Glad I have a few more miles in the legs so I can take the photos......Looks like I am the only one active at Hampton National now but that is no problem.
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