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Thank you for the pictures of my grandparents grave, Eugene and Betty Hinz.
If you could call Chapel Lawn - (219) 365-9554 and get me the plot location for
Kevin Swisher, I would be more than happy to photograph for you! cnumb
Added by cnumb on Oct 27, 2013 11:18 AM
|Bill DeFlorio||Polly Strong|
I took a photo of an Elizabeth Strong, widow of Benj. Strong and former widow of William Willson who died Jan. 26?, 1821 in the 73 year of her age. It doesn't seem to match up with your dates but I know that Polly can be a nickname for Elizabeth. Any thoughts on whether Elizabeth and Polly are the same?
Hi, I found a few more McFarlands in the Mt. Calvary Cemetery in Utah, a son of Peter McFarland named Leo McFarland and his wife Ella. I created memorials and linked Leo (Find A Grave 108830044) to his parents. I wasn't sure if you were interested in more McFarlands but wanted to let you know.
Added by RJ on Apr 20, 2013 7:18 PM
|RJ||RE: Mary McFarland|
I just have a picture of the two stones together. What questions are you trying to answer? Are there other McFarland's at the Mt. Calvary Cemetery I can keep an eye out for?
Added by RJ on Apr 17, 2013 7:53 PM
|Bill & Martha Menzel||Betty Navin, Mount Olivet, Bureau County, IL|
I just uploaded Betty Navin's tombstone photo.
If you would like a high resolution copy, please send me a private email and I will email it to you.
menzelgen @ gmail.com (remove spaces)
Hi, I fulfilled your photo request at Mt. Calvary Cemetery in Salt Lake City. I have a few more pictures of it, plus a shot showing both her stone and that of her husband; if you'd like them, let me know I can email them along. There is nothing on the back of the stone.
Added by RJ on Apr 06, 2013 6:20 PM
|Bonnie Martin Cornish||RE: THANK YOU!|
I know how you feel - glad to be of help.
Took 3 trips or would've been sooner. Map
was somewhat confusing; but easy to find after
getting my bearings. God Bless!
|SueJeanCatherine||Spohn at Chartiers Cem|
Good day to you. Regarding the Spohn headstone at Chartiers Cemetery, please be so kind to contact Chartiers Cemetery. Ask where the headstone is located and the name of at least one headstone near by.
The map of the cemetery is online. It is divided into divisions, sections, ranges, and tiers. The more specific, the better.
As I have family buried here, I'm willing to look when I have a more specific area in which to search.
Thank you for your understanding and patience.
Mrs. Susan Nirella
Thank you for the obit on Aline Hollopeter and the beautiful picture...It is really appreciated. Bette
Added by Bette on Oct 19, 2012 7:59 PM
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