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If you want a transfer of a memorial I have posted please send a request via the edit tab and also state your relationship. If it isn't one of my ancestors I'm happy to transfer to you.|
Thanks for any photos or contacts regarding genealogy.
SAILOR / SNYDER / MARTIN
TURNER / GILLESPIE
LOSHBOUGH / LORSHBAUGH /LOSHBAUGH
Since I have been doing genealogy research and have seen so many of my photos (as well as others whom I have requested via FAG) showing on people's personal public trees.
If you want to use a photo contact me for rights via find a grave.
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|Carl H||RE: Knight|
You're welcome, and yes, I'll upload the picture to her memorial as well.
Added by Carl H on Aug 17, 2014 10:06 PM
|Judie Custer||RE: Gillespie Headstones|
You're quite welcome!
|Bob Collins||RE: Shave Headstones|
The SHAVEs are there--just unmarked. Not unusual in Green-Wood to have many unmarked graves in a lot--particularly for burials before 1870. The information (names and burial dates) is from Green-Wood's website. I hope you noted my mention, in the photo captions, of a flat marble slab in the rear of the lot--eroded and completely illegible. There may once have been some SHAVE names there. It is worth pointing out the possibility that some SHAVE individuals may have been moved to Green-Wood from previous graves--again, particularly those buried before 1870. But onlly the cemetery staff can tell you about that with any certainty.
|Bob Collins||SHAVE lot in Green-Wood|
Just an FYI. I am about to upload photos of the lot (Shave, Potter, Burnard, McArthur)--but I wanted to alert you to the fact that no one buried in lots 2664-2665 before 1876 is memorialized by any legible stone. All of your photo requests for SHAVE family members are unfortunately in that category--none has a legible stone, as all were buried between 1848 and 1868. There is an illegible flat, white marble slab on the lot, but I did not photograph it because there's no way to identify its dedicatee--there is no legible text.
|Judy Hardy||RE: Can't delete your photo|
Maybe I can remove them. You want both Anna's removed?
|Judy Hardy||RE: Roush in Palmer|
No irritation here just happy to have family correct any errors. I have enough irritation just finding my long lost ancestors 😁
|Judy Hardy||RE: Roush in Palmer|
I have no connection to this family line and having my name listed is not important to me. Send me your contributor number and I would be happy to transfer. Sorry if there is an error. When we read the cemetery it was in poor shape with very litle cemetery records. Some graves were marked with only rocks.
|Amanda Sheets-Otto||RE: Conrad Roush|
The stone was there. Just very very hard to read! Sometimes the time of day makes all the difference in the world!
|Trica Willey Hazelton||RE: Andrew Roush duplicate|
I added my information to the other person's via the memorial site. I have deleted my entry.
|Trica Willey Hazelton||Birth date of Andrew Roush|
The birth date I quote, is from his baptismal record given by Charles Fisher. It is the birth date not the baptismal date.
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