|Jean Nudell||RE: Milton R Rogers|
You're very welcome! I'm glad I could help!
|Jamie Tarasidis||Greenwood Memorial Gardens|
For your photo requests at Greenwood Memorial Gardens, please call the cemetery at 864-223-9229 and ask for the locations of the graves. I'm finding that it works best for you to talk to them in case they need any additional info to find them. If you will message me back with the locations, I will go and take the photos within a couple of weeks.
Thank you for taking the time to photograph the grave markers for the Rickenbaker family. It is greatly appreciated. I'm guessing the marker for Frederick and Mary A. F are missing , destroyed or buried.
Added by Infinity on Oct 17, 2015 7:08 AM
Thank you so much for the photo.
|Tina Chase 14701||Laura E.C Weathers|
Thank you for the picture.
|Beth||Mary Victoria Patrick Weathers|
Thank you for adding the picture of Mary Victoria Patrick Weathers headstone to Find a grave. I was so glad to receive the update that you did this for me.
Thanks again, Beth
Added by Beth on Sep 21, 2015 7:20 PM
|Ron Downs||Gordon Eugene Tenold|
Larry, After responding to your message my curiosity got the best of me and I went on Ancestry.com. Turns out Gordon's first wife was Pearl Doris Tenold so no real connection between her and Beatrice Ann Blair. I also found out that Beatrice was married to Gerald Blair. So now I'm thinking there is something rotten in Denmark. At this point I am going to remove the photo that I posted and suggest you contact the person that created the memorial page and/or the cemetery direct and maybe they can straighten this out.
|Ron Downs||RE: Photo taken|
HI Larry, If you click on the photo I posted you will see the explanation. Not unlike you I was a little taken back when I checked the plot information for Gordon Tenold (which according to the cemetery records, is correct) Beatrice Ann Blair is buried in that plot and after checking with the administration office at the cemetery (twice)they assured me that Gordon is buried in the same plot with no additional marker. I don't know what if any connection there is between Gordon and Beatrice. I'm only able to go to the cemetery and confirm what they tell me. Whoever setup the memorial page stated that Gordon's first wife Pearl preceded him in death. Could Pearl actually be Beatrice? If you have any other information to go on I would be happy to try again.
|A M||Rumph Cemetery|
Dear Larry, do you by chance known the gps or directions to the Rumph Cemetery in Saint Matthews in Calhoun County? I am doing research on the patriarch, Rev. Christian Rumph, and would appreciate the opportunity to see his grave as well as those in his immediate family. Thank you for whatever help you can provide. Chet Walker sent me your way.
Added by A M on Jun 13, 2015 4:35 PM
|Anna||Wannamaker family cemeter|
You entered this cemetery on Findagrave, I think. Could you please give me directions to it, or GPS coordinates? I wish you would go back to the cemetery listing and add the directions, and also a general description of the cemetery; some estimate of the number of graves in it, if you have an idea of that.
I am looking for a son who may be buried there; do you think there were other graves there?
Added by Anna on Oct 01, 2014 1:28 PM
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