Begin New Search
Refine Last Search
Cemetery Lookup
Add Burial Records
Help with Find A Grave

Top Contributors
Success Stories
Community Forums
Find A Grave Store

Log In
Priscilla Cope (#47192198)
 member for 6 years, 1 month, 17 days
[Add to MyFriends]
Bio and Links
No bio available.
Leave Public Message
Contributions to
Find A Grave
 • 1 Memorial Managed
 • 13 Photos
 • 8 Volunteer Photos Taken
 • 5 Virtual Flowers
Messages left for Priscilla Cope (10)[Leave Message]
Thomas L. Harman
Jerry Don Cross
thank you very much for taking the time to be a photo volunteer and for filling my request for Jerry's stone.

I do appreciate the kindness.

Added by Thomas L. Harman on Nov 02, 2012 6:26 PM
Laquata McDonald
RE: other grave in Aspen Hill Cem.

I sent the photos of the other grave and the two together. I hope you got them. If not, let me know and I will sent them again.

Added by Laquata McDonald on Oct 25, 2010 7:53 PM
Laquata McDonald
other grave in Aspen Hill Cem.
Dear Priscilla,

I have a copy of the wife of Lyle L Bressler's grave and a copy of their graves together. Are you interested? I can send the two photos directly to you if you want them.

Added by Laquata McDonald on Oct 23, 2010 10:24 AM
RE: Daniel, Lois, and Jonas Connick
You are quite welcome - it was a beautiful day for graving!
Added by MissingHim on May 30, 2010 6:22 PM
Dana Kime
George Shrake
Thank you for the dates, I have added them. Is this a relative of yours? If he is, I would be happy to transfer to you.
Added by Dana Kime on Jan 24, 2010 12:13 PM
Tricia Partridge
Anna Ashby
Thank you for trying to find her headstone. I appreciate your effort.
Added by Tricia Partridge on Jan 20, 2010 10:26 PM
Flora E. Kirkpatrick
Thanks for the photo of Flora's gravestone in Libery Cemetery. Much appreciated!

Michael Sellers
Added by Muckham11 on Jan 17, 2010 9:01 AM
Larry Jones
RE: Frederick Shrake
I did not see a marker for Margaret. I suspect it is possible one is there and could be buried under soil. I had to unearth much of Frederick's marker to take the picture.
Added by Larry Jones on Nov 14, 2009 8:46 AM
Suzanne Erickson
One more thought on Clark stone
I have been taking photos for FindAGrave for almost 6 yrs now, and I do the best I can. I have had literally no complaints, but if you want me to delete what I did, I can do so and you can put out another photo request for that stone. You might get someone else to take the photo as I know there is at least one other volunteer in this area. It won't hurt my feelings. I have learned through my many years here to appreciate any photo that is taken for me when I request a photo. But if what I took is not to your liking, you are sure free to put it out there again. I really don't think angle will make a difference with the horrible faded stone that Melvina had. Do you know the history of Cedar Lake Cemetery and how it came to be? It's quite interesting. If you want to know more, let me know.
Added by Suzanne Erickson on Nov 07, 2009 3:15 PM
Suzanne Erickson
Melvina Head Stone
I was more than happy to help you out with the photos at Cedar Lake Cemetery. The photo you have in question on Melvina's stone is really not readable. It was a headstone that had both her and her husbands info on it. Where Cedar Cemetery sits, there is virtually no protection from the north out here on the prairie. That is the side that her stone faced. Her hubby's writing faces to the west which does not get near the weathering that the north does here, especially in our brutal Minnesota winters.
I can return and try, but I really don't think it is readable, at least not all of if. If you want me to return and try aluminum foil rubbing I can do that. We are also getting very close to our photo opportunities closing here with our winter just around the corner. If you want me to return, I can, but it has to be soon. I will soon shut down my photo taking until April or May of 2010 due to snow and bitter cold.
I did the best I could with what was left to read on her stone. But, if you want me to try more, let me know. Those old stones literally fade away to nothing 100 yrs down the road, and that is the point where the Clark stone is at.
Added by Suzanne Erickson on Nov 07, 2009 3:09 PM
[View all messages...]

Privacy Statement and Terms of Service