|Andrew||RE: Henry Otto Blaske/ photo|
Once in a while I get lucky with a photo request and it is in my photo collection for the cemetery. There are about 60,000+ burials in the cemetery and I have about 12,000 photos. Still a long way to go! But it's fun and I enjoy it. My wife say it keeps me out of trouble.
Added by Andrew on May 03, 2014 7:51 PM
|Sandy H||RE: Nicholas Kricho|
I just sent you an invitation to my tree. There are some interesting stories and photos about Nick and his family that I've added from other researchers.
I haven't found your grandmother or Nick on the Calvary listing. Nick's brother (Stephen, #48098394) and his wife are there, though, in a different lot from Lillian.
Added by Sandy H on Nov 15, 2013 12:40 PM
|Sandy H||Nicholas Kricho|
Hi Cheryl - Thank you for your inquiry about Lillian's first husband. Since your message, I have been searching for info on Nicholas, but have not located where he is buried (he died in 1988). I have added some info on some of his family to my Ancestry.com tree. If you would like, I'll e-mail you a link to my tree so you can see what I have so far. You mentioned that your grandmother died before Nick, but I haven't been able to find any info on her.
Added by Sandy H on Nov 14, 2013 6:25 AM
|tracy Poepper||RE: Nicholus L Kricho|
Cheryl I found Nicholas's wife Lillian. Also there children on findagrave. There is a Charles that is there child. You will also find Lillians parents.
Ghost Girl and I sorta work together.
Debbie's marker is by my mom's biological mom's marker. I saw that you had mentioned that Debbie had a daushound. I'm going to find one that can stay outside to put on her grave. I had left some pink flowers on her marker on Mother's Day. I always take flowers for a variety of people out there when we go. But they were gone the next weekend I went out there.
I, too frequent Oak Grove. That's sorta how Ghost Girl and I met. I have always been fascinated by Debbie's story. I didn't know the update on her cold case until Ghost Girl told me. Ever since I was a little girl, I've always said a prayer about her. You're right, angels are still watching over her, she's got many many human angels. Even though we didn't know her in life, we love her as if she's our own sister. I say we because I know that Ghost Girl and several other people feel the same way.
|ghost girl||RE: Debbie Summers|
I love hearing about Debbie's life. Thank you for the details.
I was at a local man's business who works in stone/cement one day. I mentioned I wanted to get something for the grave of a girl but I didn't have a lot of money and I was worried someone may just steal it anyway. He more than graciously donated a handmade piece after I shared Debbie's story. I'm going to take a photo of the cross on her grave and take it to him. I will also try to post it on her find a grave if I can figure out how to make the file small enough. I will also send him your thanks and appreciation as well.
|ghost girl||RE: Debbie Summers|
Hi. You are most welcome. Thank you for posting a photo of her. Now we can add her to a virtual tour which will bring much needed attention to her case. She was beautiful! A local man donated a beautiful handmade cement cross for her grave recently.
I have always wondered about Debbie. I frequent Oak Grove cemetery with Max, my golden retriever. Her tombstone is so mysterious. "Found dead near Conway". One night they featured her on a local station's cold case files. I was so excited to see attention brought to her story and saddened to learn of her fate.
After looking at the other Ida, I believe mine is a duplicate. I have transferred it to you, but you might contact the other owner of the other IDa, and see if you can delete one of them and correct any data.
Added by Momstore on May 02, 2011 12:17 PM
|Graver Gal||RE: thank you@ Mounds|
FAST, yeah, that is funny. When I go to a cemetery for a request, I try to get all that family name. I think that was all the McBrides, but I took about 100 photos. I am going to add them, when I have time. but you requested the photo before I had time to check names and add photos if I had them. But, glad I could help.
|Graver Gal||RE: Mounds Park-wondering|
I looked at the photos and I really can't tell, but I am thinking that they were very close to each other.
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