|Shirley Mitchell||RE: Richardson family|
You are welcome, Brian. I actually wasn't looking for Jesse because I already knew there wasn't a stone for a Jesse Ford in there. So I was surprised and thrilled when I realized I had found her on her husband's stone. lol
|Alycia K||RE: Harley and Margaret DeLong, Bridgeport CT|
And I'm on it! Some time this week1
Added by Alycia K on Jul 13, 2015 3:07 PM
|Alycia K||Harley and Margaret DeLong, Bridgeport CT|
Mountain Grove in Bridgeport CT is a large cemetery - would you be so kind as to call the office there and request the section and lot numbers for your requests? Staff doesn't like us volunteers calling for a long list. But they will accommodate a family member or genealogist.
Added by Alycia K on Jul 10, 2015 11:14 AM
|Alycia K||Harley DeLong, Mountain Grove Bridgeport CT|
The staff at this rather large cemetery gets attitudinal when I request a long list of locations. They are much more receptive to family members and genealogists. Would you be so kind as to add the section in which this person is interred? I plan on visiting in the near future with a list in hand. Thank you!
Alycat in CT
Added by Alycia K on Jul 04, 2015 7:59 PM
Today I was unable to photograph Bertha DeLong's headstone. There is no grave marker for her. I will again check with the Cemetery office to confirm. So sorry!
|Jack Parker||RE: Hanlons|
They may yet turn up. Walnut Grove has lots of surprises.
Ernest has been changed to Eunice, but from what I saw in the vital records, her maiden name was Webb, not Porter.
Added by Mom on Sep 24, 2014 6:42 AM
|Jack Parker||RE: Smiths|
She is #129987342. At the moment the memorial says "Ernest", "Mom" will change that to Eunice presently. It's a hard to make out photograph, but the "Eunice" is fairly clear.
|Jack Parker||RE: Smiths|
I've photographed all of Section C - which includes the Smiths. I have a photo for Eunice, but Lydia does not seem to be there. We are in the process of doing the full cemetery and have noted a lot of transcription errors - names, dates and perhaps even plots marked incorrectly. I did not see a Lydia in the plot, that is probably another transcription error - where she has been mistakenly logged there. It will take a few months to get through the whole cemetery - that puzzle may yet reveal itself. I'll take the info you've provided and create a memorial for Eunice (unless you beat me to it). ;-)
There is what would appear to be a "Eunice R Smith" wife of Phillip A Smith (the one who died in 1843) she died in 1853. The cemetery online records - which are known to have transcription errors indicate that there is an Ernie Smith in that plot who died in 1853 as well as a Lydia Daniel - all of the others are accounted for matching your photo requests. Do you know if in fact this should be Eunice?
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