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Babydw (#47531885)
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Very interested in genealogy. I am happy to help out those who need assistance in the area where I live.
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John Scunziano
RE: Allen Family
You're welcome, happy to help.
John
Added by John Scunziano on Aug 08, 2015 7:40 AM
Jean & Davis Family
RE: Memorial #61900372
Hi ... the information pertaining to David Green's son came from a Green / Greene genealogy. The genealogy was loaned to me by a Green cousin of Campbellsburg, IN. Sadly, she is no longer living. Due to your question I went back to my file to determine if I had any additional information / sources. Sorry, nothing to confirm just how the information was established. If you believe it is in error I would most certainly be willing to remove it. All the best.
Added by Jean & Davis Family on Jul 21, 2015 1:49 AM
Michael Kearney
RE: Willie Haskel
I am .happy to have been helpful
Added by Michael Kearney on Jul 15, 2015 9:01 AM
Michael Kearney
RE: Willie Haskel
I am .happy to have been helpful
Added by Michael Kearney on Jul 15, 2015 9:01 AM
Tony May
Ethel and Haratio Haskell photo requests
Hello there,

I see that Sunny fulfilled the photo request by taking a picture of "no marker". I too had looked for them and her picture is accurate. However, I "knocked" on the ground and heard the sound of a buried grave marker.

I have uncovered one before but it takes quite a bit of time. The maintenance crew at Rose Hills could uncover it more easily than I could. I had sent an email to the Rose Hills office about a missing marker. They checked the record and said there was no marker. The person had even gone out to the grave to tap the ground and confirmed that the record is correct.

Perhaps you could go to the Rose Hills website (www.rosehills.com), then to Customer Service (far right on top), then in the first column the third selection is "Grave Repair Request". Ask them if they could uncover the grave markers. Once they have done this, make another photo request and someone should be able to take care of it. Or feel free to contact me directly for the photo request.

Thanks for being part of the community.

Tony
Added by Tony May on Jul 04, 2015 5:29 PM
Larry
RE: Clarence Kuhl
You do it!
Added by Larry on Jul 04, 2015 9:03 AM
Peggy Humpherys
RE: Harvey Family
I was excited to find the Harvey tombstone with three of the Harvey's on one tombstone. I am still working on William Harvey 1923-1946. I have located his grave but his tombstone needs to be cleaned before a picture can be taken. I will work on cleaning it sometime next week.

I started this volunteer service of finding graves and taking pictures about 2 weeks ago. It brings me great joy and excitement when I am able to locate the grave and fulfill this type of service for somebody. Thanks for giving this opportunity.
Added by Peggy Humpherys on Jul 03, 2015 11:44 PM
Larry
RE: Clarence Kuhl
Clarence was listed as buried in the cemetery from a source called Yankton County Genweb. This site lists county cemetery locations and incomplete burials.

This person may be in an unmarked grave and only the cemetery sexton may know the location. Otherwise, the list may be full of errors as sometimes happens!

Since the grave was not found, I deleted the memorial until someone can provide more accurate information.

Sincerely, Larry
Added by Larry on Jul 03, 2015 10:20 AM
Ron Rader
Rose Hill - Elizabeth Bowers
The photo request map you placed on the memorial says Elizabeth is between the Storrs and Ferguson burials. I took photos of the Storrs-Ferguson stones, but there is no Bowers stone between them. Some of the photos show the immediate area around the stones. I even looked around the outlying area and did not see her stone. I knew of one other Ferguson plot, and even looked around there too.

If you write to my e-mail, I can send you links to those photos I took today.
Added by Ron Rader on Jun 13, 2015 7:24 PM
Jim and Elizabeth
Johnsonburg Cemetery
According to the photos I took in the cemetery, only 3 sides of the stone has names on it.
1. William Buckel and his wife Mary 63020386
2. Mary Buckel Moore Durfee and son William 9589875
3. Mary Ann Eddy. 147414675

Hope this helps
Elizabeth
Added by Jim and Elizabeth on Jun 03, 2015 6:43 PM
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