I forgot to include the memorial #9997247 in Meade Cemetery. Thank you.
Added by FrankA. on Jan 25, 2015 4:47 PM
Hi, I just posted a photo of William's stone and after looking at the ones that were previously posted, I don't think they belong on this memorial. I may be wrong but it's worth checking out. I do have a close up shot of this stone I could send you. Thank you.
Added by FrankA. on Jan 25, 2015 4:45 PM
|Jane Sommer||RE: Karl Schmitt Memorial # 0274520|
Thanks for removing the pictue and if I need anything, I will remember you offer.
|Jane Sommer||Karl Schmitt Memorial # 0274520|
The picture of the obelisk marker on Karl Schmitt's memorial in Roselawn Memorial Park is not in Roselawn - that obelisk marker is only in Woodland Ceetery as a cenotaph.
Therefore, I suggest it be removed from his memorial in Roselawn as one would never find it there because markers in Roselawn are not upright but are flat on the ground.
Karl is buried in Roselawn with his second wife instead of being in Woodland with his first wife.
Thanks for your help.
Jane Sommer, past recordkeeper for Woodland Cemetery, Monroe, - now working with memorials on Find A Grave -vs- the cemetery records.
|marjorie adams||McCabes NJ|
Re: your message left for Anita Clayton: Zedekiah's mother was Sarah; Mary was the wife of James in his will. I need more info on James's parents. I think my 5grgr John was his uncle. Marj
|Robert M. Crossman||RE: George Crossman|
Thank you very much for the pictures!!
|Scott MacMillan||RE: Tveten family|
Feel free to use the photo's. I also have some others of the church and more of the cemetery.
Nels J Tveten was one of the first settlers of Walsh County. I have more information on the Tveten family if you are interested.
|Chad Justesen||RE: Thank you|
You are welcome. I was photographing a few of my relatives nearby and found them by accident. I do not know the section, but they are slightly south and east of the main office building.
|Caroline Krucker||Clarence & Ethel Smith|
Thanks for the lovely message! Feel free to use the photos on your family tree site.
|Deborah Crocker||Hendrick Oblenis|
Does anyone have any information on Hendrick Oblenis buried in the Clarkstown Reformed Church Cemetary?
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