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I am an avid genealogist who spends as much time as I can trying to document not only my family's history, but other families as well. I also enjoy spending time in cemeteries documenting grave sites and taking pictures for findagrave and will try to locate any requests anytime I am going to a cemetery.|
I want to help people, so if you see something on one of my findagrave pages that does not look right or needs correcting, please do not hesitate to let me know. You can message me or go through the edit page. If I have entered a memorial that you think should be part of your family, please just ask. I will do what I can to make it happen.
I am here to help anyone who needs it and feel that we should all be working together for one goal and that is to document all of our family's histories and burial locations.
Have a great day!
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|bhd||RE: Anna Hycz 142908437|
I did ask if she might be in a "paupers" section. He told me that folks were buried in a term graves since the cost was less that purchasing a plot. The cemetery used a few different sections for term graves. Most of those plots have been re-sold.
Added by bhd on Jun 22, 2016 6:17 AM
|bhd||Anna Hycz 142908437|
I tried to fulfill your photo request for her. I already "reported problem" and closed out the request.
I wanted to give your some additional info.
I tried to search in the cemetery office kiosk to get the plot location and could not find her listed using the last name of Hycz. I also tried using alternate spellings. I was able to find a death certificate for her online. Resurrection is definitely listed as the cemetery burial location. I brought the copy of the death certificate to the cemetery office. He looked in their computer and tried to search by name and also by burial date. There are a few scenarios offered by the cemetery office as to why they could not find her record.
--Could have been term grave
--Information was not transferred from original record keeping system to computer.
--Remains transferred to another location.
--Could be in cemetery records under different last name
Not good news, but if you think of something else to check into, please let me know.
Added by bhd on Jun 21, 2016 7:22 PM
|Henry Webber||RE: Ella Willhite|
From what I can see appears that all of your Memorials in Smith Mountain have photo's. Thanks, Henry
|Henry Webber||RE: Ella Willhite|
The were in Blocks 1, 2, 3, 4, A, B and several in one or two of the others Blocks. Most were in 1, 2, 3 and 4 which were the older sections. I still have about 15. I gave the guys a list but they have been so busy they just don't have alot of time to look for them. I usually find where they are buried in the ground and then they will uncover in few days.
|Henry Webber||Ella Willhite|
I just wanted to let you know that I have added Ella's photo marker to her memorial if you would like to remove that there is no marker at her grave. I found that 20 or more of the markers that the cemetery put at the graves had been covered over with dirt and grass. The cemetery crew is very helpful at uncovering them for me. I just wanted to let you know. Thanks, Henry Webber
Added by imagal49 on Apr 10, 2016 9:59 AM
|Kathy Callahan||John M Dailey 1853-1910|
John M Dailey is buried at the Doc Hall Cemetery in Clay County, Tennessee. He is my Great-Great Grandfather. Is he any relation to you? I cannot find any information about his mother and father so I am making a trip to the cemetery this Spring. I will let you know what I find. Kathy Callahan
|Carol Ballard||RE: Thank you|
|Kathy Holland, Gates to the Past Genealogy||RE: Thank you|
Also uploaded the photo for Arthur Dorr, who is buried next to her.
|Michael Stock||RE: Edward Geach|
We were happy to help. Hope the Perry monument and the names on it didn't cause any problems!
Liz Tom & Michael Stock
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