I enjoy genealogy and have used this site to connect with others and solve mysteries. I am extremely appreciative to members who have taken time to make photos for me and will be happy to do the same for others who make requests in my area.j
Grady Brewer I added a grave photo for Grady Brewer, but I noticed that the year of birth engraved on the marker is one year off from the year of birth you have listed on the memorial. I am thinking that this is probably the correct marker for this memorial, but if not let me know and I will delete the photo. Thanks
Albert Huppertz Anne, I am researching Louis Albert Huppertz born 1889, died 1966 in Texas. His mother was Clementine, I know for certain. I believe his father was an Albert. Louis was married to my great aunt. I found your Find A Grave page for Clementine which shows her connected to a spouse, Albert. However, when I looked at the connection you have to him, you indicate on his page he was never married. Can you clarify?
Are we related? Hello Anna. I'm Kristine (Kristy)Huppertz Fuller. I'm wondering about how we are related. My dad is Fredrick (Ted) Theodore Huppertz III. His dad is Fredrick (Fred) Huppertz II. His dad's brother is Howard Huppertz. My husband's family, the Fuller's are from upstate NY. Less likely we are related through the Fuller's but it doesn't hurt to look. I know they are French Canadian. We can share more info if you are interested. Regards, Kristy Fuller (Kristy Huppertz Fuller on fb)
John William Reece # 32290802 I found this out today about the Arkansas State Hospital Cemetery but am not sure just how to go about changing the address info on find- a- grave sites. Hopefully it will be corrected by someone who knows how, anyway thank you for trying.I did post this info with flowers on his page.
The US Gen Web Pulaski site shows that most of the graves at the State Hospital Cemetery were moved from Pulaski Co. to Saline Co. and the Saline Co. site shows this info: " Arkansas State Hospital Cemetery Range 15w - Township 2S Section 30 Cataloged by Mrs. Bernard Baber, completed Sept 12,1975. This cemetery's graves are marked with concert numbered markers instead of names to secure the privacy of those buried there. All burials are recorded in the Cemetery Record Book of the Registrar Deptment. Benton Services Center.Anyone desiring information regarding persons buried there should contact the registrar, Benton Services Center. The first Burial in the cemetery took place April 29,1968. Direction: From Benton take Highway 67 South, left on Highway 229, behind the State Hospital on right and next to the Mount Harmony Cemetery. Says as of Sept. 12,1975 there are 179 burials in the cemetery
Grady Ellison Headstone Thank you so much for the military marker and the other photos to my personal email. I appreciate your offer of additional photos and the time you took to respond to my photo request. It is volunteers as yourself that make researchers like me meet our goals of documenting family history for future researchers.