Leroy's mother was my Great Grandmother when my Grandfather also her son passed away I found her bible and in it was a list of all her children and their birth dates. By Leroy was only born and died 1903 as a baby. have never found anything else.
Thank you for your interest.
Added by Anne on May 25, 2016 10:19 PM
are you the person that emailed about Leroy?
and how i know he died as and infant?
Added by Anne on May 19, 2016 11:19 AM
|B.J. Waters||Mary McMahon|
You will see from the photo why the cemetery staff do not usually give out site locations for "community vaults". These community graves, usually set aside for low income or transient persons, is always in the most out of the way locations, at the back of cemetery. The area in the background of the photo is the entrance to where some of the cemetery equipment is stored. You can also see that there are some headstones in the area. The community vaults are in different locations in this cemetery, and it is not unusual for them to be close to marked graves.
This was the best I could do. The instructions for find the location said to start at curb 3781 (which is right inside the gate on the Vermont Avenue [east] end of the cemetery). Then I counted 13 rows in, and that is where I placed the pink artificial flowers to mark the spot.
|B.J. Waters||Mary McMahon photo request.|
Hello! I noticed that another volunteer has clicked on "Report a Problem" and indicated that the burial was in a private vault. Let me further expound on that information: There are a series of community vaults at Roosevelt that there are no markers for, and they are considered "non-visitation". Therefore, there is nothing to photograph, not even a site location that would show where she is. I am now suggesting that you remove the photo request, since there is nothing to photograph.
If you require further information, please contact the cemetery office directly.
|Karen Cross Proctor||Paul Henry Chase|
Paul and his wife were cremated and as far as I can tell were not buried. I am the granddaughter of Charles Lawrence Cross. and would love to know your husband's direct connection. Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Recent iPad problems and I lost photos. Feel free to upload it yourself and glad it helped.
Added by mariamc on Oct 12, 2015 2:47 PM
|Sharon Buck||J W Blocker|
I noticed that you requested a photo of this gravesite. I do not have the photo but I have come across a newspaper clipping about his accident. If you would like that, pleaseet me know your email and I will send it. Thanks Sharon Buck
|Larry Boyd||RE: Memorial: 8749634|
The remaining children of John Jack Richards and Rebecca Woods were:
Martha E b 9 Dec 1840 Polk Co MO
Mary Ann b 1844 polk co mo
Rebecca F b apr 1848 Hickory co mo married John Wesley Lightfoot abt 1866 mo
Margaret E b 1853 hickory co mo.
I did quite of few photo requests for some Dietzler's awhile back. The name caught my attention while researching something else.
Is Jacob Dietzler 1836 - 1918, memorial # 7870924 part of your group? I found and made a copy of a very long obit. If you are interested, just email me and I can send you a copy.
Added by Judy H on Jun 17, 2015 1:46 PM
|nicki||Adolph & Catherine Sieh|
The amount of names that aren't in the records are too numerous to count. I've already have a handful of examples of the records saying they aren't there and then finding a stone for them. *shrug* I'm keeping them there till I find proof of them being somewhere else, at which point I will happy move them elsewhere lol :)
Added by nicki on Apr 26, 2015 8:26 AM
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