|Jim Davis||RE: Loveberg|
Upon checking my photos I find that I also have a photo of a marker for two children who were among the adults in the Loveberg plot. One reads Walter Nelson 1911 - 1913 and the other reads Raymond William 1916 - 1924. Walter has a memorial under the last name Nelson and Raymond's memorial is listed as Raymond William Nelson. I'm assuming that both of these are mistakes? If you'd like I can add their photos also and contact the man who created the memorials, he's a friend of mine, and ask him to change their last names to Loveberg. Ok?
I've taken photos of Nils And Sigrid but I also have photos of Asserina and Nels Hjalmar who is buried between Asserina and Sigrid, all around the Loveberg upright marker. Were Nels and Sigrid married? The reason I ask is that I have a photo of Sigrid and Nels side by side and I usually will post a photo of a husband and wife together. Jim
|Sheila Peascheck||RE: Philip & Juanita Heyl|
You are quite welcome! Luckily, Arlington is a rather easy cemetery to take photos in since you can look them up on the website and get a general idea of where in that section the grave is located. Of course it help when a stone is actually there when you get there. Sometimes it seems so many are without stones.
|NLCT||RE: George & Deborah Holmes|
There are many bodies in the old burying grounds that have no marker, or no legible marker. The city may not even know everyone who is in their graveyards.
If you use Find-a-Grave to look-up Rev John "Apostle to the Indians" Eliot, you'll see a bunch of photos of the area around the tomb that your records show is next to where the Holmes-es are buried. Sorry there isn't more to see.
Added by NLCT on Feb 17, 2013 7:22 AM
Thank you so much for taking the time to get a picture of her headstone for me. I appreciate it!
Added by Cristy on Feb 13, 2013 4:18 PM
|Ralph Davis||RE: Ellen & August Wennerstrom|
Kathy, your very welcome. Glad to help;
|Sheila Peascheck||RE: Frederick & Sarah Heyl|
You are very welcome. It is rewarding to be a volunteer not to mention I get plenty of exercise! I do know the feeling of seeing a request fulfilled. That is why I continue to help others. If they get half as excited as I did it's well worth the effort!
|Mona Williamson||RE: Samuel Alexander|
I'd lend more credence to your fathers' recollection. Thanks for letting me know.
Hi there....I will try to find this headstone next week. I did find the obit notice for you if you want to add it.
From the Lancaster Daily Journal dated March 23, 1832
'In this city, on Monday last, Mr. Philip Metzgar, Sen. aged 71 years'