|G Shewan||MG Augustus Blocksom/Blockson|
Thank you for your message about MG Augustus Blocsom/Blockson. I was unaware of the possible misspelling until you pointed out the USARPAC and ArlingtonCemetery.net pages. I have sent an email message to Arlington National Cemetery asking if they can check into this and determine what the proper spelling of the General's last name is.
Added by G Shewan on Jul 13, 2014 6:49 PM
|Kathi Lynn King||Mentzer|
I have not photographed this cemetery. It is a little out of my area Put in a photo request and somebody from that area will get the photo for you. It helps when possible to call the cemetery office to get the exact section and lot number for the grave. Kathi
|leslie||John F Collins|
I uncovered a civil war monument for John F Collins at St. Anthony Cemetery today. Could you add to his bio that he is a private in the Ohio 5th Infantry, Company C? I uploaded the photo to the page you created.
Added by leslie on Sep 01, 2012 5:56 PM
|Sam Palumbo||grave stones|
https://picasaweb.google.com/ParisvilleMi if you scroll through photos you should find the ones you want i did
I also uploaded photos of Martin and Stephen P
Added by leslie on Jun 25, 2012 10:20 AM
|leslie||Collins at St Anthony|
I was taking photos at St Anthony Cemetery in Minneapolis and took ones for the following Collins for which you have created memorial papges:
Elizabeth, died 1945
John, died 1928
John B, died 1954
I will upload to their pages. If you don't want them let me know and I can delete
Added by leslie on Jun 25, 2012 9:52 AM
|Taconut7||RE: Jonathan Temple|
I was going to tell you about how his parents memorials are on the website but i see you already attached them.
I will talk more later cause i am very busy right now
Added by Taconut7 on Mar 28, 2012 3:14 PM
|Roibeard53||RE: Susanna Denman|
My pleasure. If you want to make a memorial and request for Charlotte, feel free to do so as I already have an individual photo of Charlotte's marker. And it shows the adjacent marker of Jonathan Williams pretty clearly too.
|Roibeard53||John and Mary Denman|
I have been to the Presbyterian Church of Westfield Burying Grounds many times and have located the places where the Denmans are buried, but there are no tombstones there. According to the online records, they are buried in Section 2, Row I, graves 51 ( Mary) and 53 (John).
I could post a photograph of the area with an explanation in the caption box, if you would like.
Please let me know.
|Darrin Upp||Parents of Joseph Denman|
He is the son of Joseph Denman and Mary Thompson.
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