|Sharon W||RE: Verner Lloyd Williams|
Added by Sharon W on May 21, 2012 9:08 AM
|George & Linda Novotny||Prudence Wing #58571458|
Stephen, Yup, it's me again. Would you mind transferring Prudy's memorial to me so I can link the family together. Please and thank you.
|George & Linda Novotny||Floyd Wing #58571550|
Stephen, would you mind transferring my great grandpa's memorial to me? I have photos and other info I'd like to add.
I hope all is well down there. I really miss you guys. Love to all.
|John Newell||The Alveys|
|Gene White||Wm & Mabel Davis|
You are most welcome. Being retired gives me the time to help find people's requests. I contacted Charlotte, the creator of the Davis's memorials and asked if she'll adjust the spelling of Mabel's name. Take care, Gene.
|Jay Wickham||RE: James & Betsey Hines|
This was a hard one to find!! It was mostly buried and had to be dug out. I will contact the township to see if they can do anything to repair the stone.
I don't know if you noticed that there were other Hines buried in that plot? I've posted that info as well.
|Audrey ||Ralph Ehrlich|
Did Mr Ehrlich have a child named Candy? She would be in her 60's.
Added by Audrey on Jun 05, 2011 3:27 PM
|I love genealogy||Ft. Lincoln - All your requests|
Ft. Lincoln Cemetery
I would be glad to take pictures for you but please call Ft. Lincoln Cemetery and ask for the exact location of the graves. They can be a little difficult about giving out this information and it may take several calls. Just keep bugging them. 301-864-5090 . Post the location in the memorial page. I'll look for there. It is impossible for me to fulfill this request without this info. This cemetery is very difficult to work with and it is a HUGE cemetery and can not be walked. If you can not call, please remove request. The requests list at this cemetery is so long because people do not get the info. It is not because there is no one to take pics.
|Gravehound Club||Caszatt Family|
You are very welcome. It was a beautiful day and we really enjoyed searching for the Caszatt family.
|Michael J. Schaffer||RE: Charles & Hannah Lowe|
I was pleased to be able to help. My Australian Cattle Dog Hanna and I enjoyed the walk in the cemetery.
When I enter a cemetery I tell Hanna who I am looking for and then I turn her loose. She runs around until she finds the grave that I am looking for and then she sits on it until I get to her. This works well unless we are in a Jewish or Russian cemetery. Hanna has trouble with Hebrew and the Cyrillic alphabet.
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