RE: Edie Craig I transferred her over to you - am always happy to have family take care of "my people." he plot is owned by the Actors Fund, and anyone who was "in the business" and their family can be buried there. I don't know whether they are double deep burials or cremains (as some graves have more than 2) I know by my parents cemetery, they can bury in the same grave after 30 years.
RE: Edith Craig I'm happy you were able to find Edith....that is why I decided to post everyone in that section...I thought someone must be looking for them. Do you want me to transfer her over to you?
You are very welcome! My pleasure! I agree, love the technology...it is a tremendous help. The old section of Highland cemetery is on the database, even those without gravestones have numbered markers in stone. It is a very organized cemetery and it makes it so easy to find the graves to photograph. Hopefully you can learn more information. Please let me know if I can help.
I, too, have seen Dr. Brewster's name as both Oliver and Oliver Wadsworth. Do you have documentation that one is correct and one is not? If so, I would be happy to change it.
Again, I found the notation to Dr. Brewster's burial in an obituary that was online.
While Jones's Brewster Genealogy is a good starting point for research, it does have a lot of inaccuracies. I found that while my Brewster line does have a lot of good information to start researching, it also had quite a few errors in it as well. As President Reagan was often found of saying, Trust, but verify. That would also be true of Jones's genealogy as well.
Since my last message to you, an F.A.G. member has graciously added photos of the graves of Dr. Oliver E. Brewster, his wife and his children.
Thank you for your message. The source of the information on Oliver Ellsworth Brewster's burial was from one of several obituaries announcements that I found on line. There was only one reference to his burial.