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|EJ Wilhelmson/CA Gutierrez||RE: Adderleys|
You are very welcome. Glad to help.
|Pam Kerschner||Orlo Cramer Photo Request|
If you go to Pleaant View Cem. in Wyandot Co (that's where it's actually located, NOT Seneca Co.) you find a listing for Orlo Cramer with a photo of his headstone.
|Claudia (Whitehead) Carson||RE: findagrave photo request @ Oakwood Cemetery|
I forwarded the email to your private email.
|Claudia (Whitehead) Carson||findagrave photo request @ Oakwood Cemetery|
I was just wondering, if the grave has no gravestone, what kind of a photograph are you requesting?
|Judy Williams||Christian Traugott|
I added the pic for Christian and also one for his wife Catherine who is buried w/ him
Please click on the photo to reveal the explanation in the caption. There is only one Kneessy grave in that public lot. There is only one stone on that lot, inscribed to "Nannie." I could not find Nannie in the cemetery database, but Daniel and Julius are in the database, and in that specific grave location. It is not unusual to find unexpected names on memorial stones, and it is not unusual for graves to be unmarked. I must assume that Nannie was a sister to Daniel and Julius, but I can't explain her absence from the database.
I'll reproduce the caption here:
Section 126, Public Lot 4781, Grave #827
Born Nov. 16, 1883.
Died April 17, 1884
Although their names do not appear on this lot, cemetery records indicate that this is the burial place of Daniel C. B. Kneessy, interred 9/2/1881, and Julius Kneessy, interred 12/3/1884.
|Pioneer Visitors (inactive)||Riverside Cem Cramer Photos|
You're quite welcome -- I'm not too fond of them and hope to possibly get better ones of an afternoon sun.
|L. E. Fuahs||RE: John Cramer|
There are 4 John Cramer's listed in the Woodland Inscription Book which came out in 2008. Of the four, there was only one I considered to be the correct stone. However, I'm changing my tune…
Here are the four John's: CRAMER, John E. 14 Aug. 1905-24 April 1954 (P. 68)
CRAMER, John 9 Oct. 1821-14 Nov. 1905 P. 69)
CRAMER, John 6 Oct. 1833-11 Jan. 1912 (P. 383)
CRAMER, John - C.O.D. 38 ILL Inf. (I think stands for Co. D of the 38th Illinois Civil War outfit. (P. 383)
Of the four, the third one came closest and I thought there might have been mistakes made along the way. Notice that the months are correct and the days are very close.
BUT, the last one occurs right after CRAMER, S. J. 4 Apr. 1869-15 Sept. 1926. Is this who you are after? I checked the S. Cramer's and only two came up, Sarah and Silvy. If you can, please direct me to the wife's memorial. I believe both names occur on the same stone.
If you wish, I shall be happy to remove the picture. I was pleased to photograph this stone because we photographed 12 sites yesterday and only two of them were in any kind of good shape. This John's was and so I had only a little fixing up to make it presentable.
|Janet Personette||RE: Kochers|
You are so welcome. Glad to help. Jan
|Mark Maxwell||RE: Cyrus Milne.|
I checked with the City Clerk and they have no record of a Cyrus Milne in their cemetery records. This does nt mean he is not here. I found another person today that is not in their files either, and this one I have records from the funeral home. Will let you know if I find him.
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