|Dave H (#47580547)|
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1. As I am not related to almost all of the memorials I manage, I welcome transfer requests|
2. Some information posted has been submitted by others so I may not have answers as to the source material.
3. Feel free to use the gravestone photos that I have posted. No need to credit me.
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|Bobbi Keefe Rollins Johnson||Brandt/Graham mems|
Dave, thank you ever so much for these transfers. Eunice worked so hard pulling info together, I am thrilled to have her memorial so I can honor her efforts.
Also, I appreciate your philosophy regarding transfers. I wish there were more like you!
|Stacey Korn||Albert & Grace Bond|
I am thrilled to find your photo of the head-to-head markers for my grandparents, Albert & Grace Bond (#139815114). The family story goes that Albert was married briefly and lost his wife to tuberculosis; he later married Grace. He bought three side-by-side plots so that he could be buried between his wives. In the 36 years between his death and that of my grandmother, a tree grew in her original plot place. She had to be buried one row up from him, head-to-head. Your picture confirms it. What I'd love to know if you have a picture of the marker for his first wife. She was Jennie Molenhouse; not sure if she is noted as Jennie Bond on her marker. Thank you! -Stacey Korn
|bhd||107861833 Mabel L. Borgwardt Smith|
Hi, I think that you may have duplicates set up for Mabel at Forest Home Cemetery. I was adding some of my photos and noticed it. bhd
Added by bhd on Mar 14, 2015 7:17 AM
|SJ Rader||Heinrich/Henry Schoff and Dorothea/Dora Sophia Schoff|
Hi. I live in N Minnesota, so am not able to come to the Forest Park or Forest Home area, so I am wondering if you have any ideas on this couple? They lived in the Noyesville/Oak Park area, and Heinrich/Henry died abt 1870. Dorothea died in 1872. They were German Lutheran, and had lived in the area since abt 1858. They were parents of Henry Schoff, who built the Schoff house in the Oak Park area in abt 1858. I am trying to find out where they might be buried, including the Haase farm, where Forest Home is now located. Any ideas? or suggestions? thanks!!!
Added by SJ Rader on Mar 13, 2015 7:11 PM
|SJ Rader||Charles and Mary Garling|
Hi. I think that you have Mary's SON, Charles, as her husband, rather than as her son. Mary and husband Charles had a daughter, Harriet "Hattie", who was born in 1883. The linked Charles was born in 1885, which would most likely make him her son. I haven't found the husband Charles burial site yet. God bless! Shirley
Added by SJ Rader on Mar 13, 2015 7:05 PM
|Laura Dietrich||jOHN bAHLENHORST|
I NOTICED IN fOREST hOME CEMETERY YOU HAVE A PHOTO OF THE bAHLENHORST mONUMENT AND THEN A bLACK STONE WITH BLUE PURPLISH WRITING
I AM LOOKING FOR 2 jOHN bAHLENHORSTS
ONE DIED 1902 NOT 1900
THE 2ND ONE DIED 1930 IS THE BLACK STONE THE ONE THAT DIED 1930
I KNOW THE MONUMENT IS JOHN AND LOUISA BAHLENHORST WHO IS THE BLACK STONE?
Thanks for the prompt transfer. I had been searching for her for a while.
Added by AAW on Mar 08, 2015 11:17 PM
|AAW||Matilda Thomas, Forest Home|
Could you please transfer Matilda Thomas #108435662 to me #48224322? She is a paternal ancestor, and I would like to add biographical info (maiden name, name of sister, father and children).
And thank you for taking the lovely photo of her grave.
Added by AAW on Mar 08, 2015 2:31 PM
|Donna C||Estella Kopp|
Thanks for the transfer, best regards, Donna
Added by Donna C on Mar 05, 2015 10:23 PM
|Donna C||Incorrectly Spelled Name|
Find A Grave Memorial# 115122554 - Name is incorrectly shown as "Koppe" - see gravestone to correct to "Kopp"- This is my GG-Aunt who died at 11; should you see fit, I would gladly take over management of this memorial. Thanks - Donna
Added by Donna C on Mar 04, 2015 11:15 PM
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