Thank you for all the time you took to look for his grave. I'm sure too, it must be an unmarked grave.
Added by Denise on Aug 12, 2014 4:23 PM
|LaVerne Harvey||RE: Re: Cleo Walker|
Yes I would love the other Walker photos and the waterfall.
You did a great job on the Tedder family. Thank you for all the time you took adding them to Find A Grave!
Added by Janis on Mar 28, 2014 10:05 AM
|Terry L Westmoreland||Mary and Arvis Porter|
Thank you very much Jenn!
I suspected Mary might be the wife of Arvis because they were about the same age, but I didn't have that information before now.
You are so kind. All of the names you mentioned are the same family. I have been looking for several years for Nancy Tedder Lamb and Emma & Perry Tedder. I finally (a couple months ago) ordered Emma Tedder's death cert. to find out where she was buried or if she was cremated. When I got it, not only was the handwriting bad but the name of the Cemetery was unreadable except for the last word which was "Gardens". Then, they all turn up in Lake Dias. Was Lake Dias always the name of this cemetery?
Added by Janis on Mar 25, 2014 6:09 AM
Did you notice if there were any other Lambs besides Nancy? I am interested in Lamb and Tedder.
Added by Janis on Mar 24, 2014 8:33 PM
Thanks so much for taking the pictures of the Tedder graves. I just recently found where they were buried and so I added them to Find A Grave. It took me a long time to find the graves but only a few days to get the pictures. I appreciate your time very much.
Added by Janis on Mar 24, 2014 7:51 PM
|Louis Roth||RE: Thank you!|
Not sure which photo....
But You're welcome
|Vincent Johnson||Frank Beisley|
Hi, I saw your photo request for Frank Beisley's gravestone in Oakwood cemetery Chicago. I live close by and make trips there every so often. The cemetery has all information on paper and may require a $10 fee if I continue to ask them to look up grave sites, so I'd like to reserve my requests for people I'm searching for personally. So please, give them a call (773) 288-3800 and ask them for the;
Section, division & plot location.
It should look something like this "A3, 204, 4 1/2" If you can get me the first two I can always walk around a little and find the stone.
I might of confused which pics I took for you, but either way go ahead and use the ones I took
Added by Ray on Aug 13, 2012 8:07 PM
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