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I am just starting to take photos for findagrave. I have encountered a couple of cemeteries that don't want to cooperate with findagrave photographers so it would be really helpful if you have a plot number. You can call the cemetery to obtain it. Hopefully, I will be able to help you within my area: Bettendorf & Davenport, IA and Rock Island, Moline & East Moline, IL.|
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Called the cemetery and got the plot info for Sosbee in St Marys. Its posted on their memorial.
Thank you so much for the photos of the gravestones of my great uncle and his wife!
Added by Elody21 on Jul 06, 2013 6:35 AM
|Keith Burkhead||RE: Warren Hancks|
Thanks, Susan. I am working on one cemetery here as well but they are more cooperative. I also discovered there are two Warren Hancks buried there. One is the father of the other. I'll check the site occasionally to see if you've found him yet.
|Keith Burkhead||Warren Hancks|
Thank you for trying to find Warren Hancks at St. Mary's Cemetery. I haven't encountered a cemetery yet that responds the way they do for Find-a-Grave volunteers. I will have to hope that someone runs across it looking for someone else. I don't have the location. Thanks again for trying.
|June Carroll||Bertha (Hinton) Wulf|
You did an especially nice job of recording where my grandmother is buried and I appreciate it. I had visited the Davenport cemetery in about 1996 and knew there was no stone for Bertha but didn't think about marking the spot with flowers. Nice idea and appreciated much, June
|Nathan Haines||Bertha Wulf|
Hey, you done did it! Nice going there Susan. You found where Bertha was buried. The flowers marking her grave is real cute. :-] Most people don't take any pic if there is no gravestone for a person. I think it is really nice to mark where a grave is, with something, so family members can see what it looks like where someone is buried. You done good.
If you need something looked up in Portland, OR maybe I can help you?
Thank you much,
I have added his parents. Thanks you for the information. Have a great day!! Nancy
Added by Nan on Sep 05, 2012 7:00 AM
|Nathan Haines||RE: Bertha Wulf|
OK, thanks for letting me know. That is very nice you wanting to help. I forgot about that pic request I made. I made the request over 2 years ago!! It will be pretty neat if the mystery gets solved as to what happened to Bertha. It is too bad the cemetery office could not find her in their records. Hopefully June, who made the page, will have something that will help clear this up. That very well could be why my request has not been answered for so long because nobody could find where she was buried. Funny things happen in research. Sometimes people get buried and years later somebody in the family has them dug back up and moved somewhere else. I don't take hardly anything for granted anymore there are so darn many mistakes in so many records. Even gravestones have mistakes on them once in a while. Thank you very much for your kindness.
|Nathan Haines||Bertha Wulf|
It looks like you are pretty new at this. You asked why I think Bertha Wulf is buried in Davenport Cemetery. Maybe you did not notice that I did not make the page for Bertha. Somebody else did that. You are asking the wrong person why it is believed Bertha is buried in Davenport Cemetery. I just saw the page and assumed someone knew she was there and all I did was put in a picture request. I live in Oregon and don't know anything about your cemetery.
|Mary Weigandt||Ruth Weigandt-Martin|
Thank you Susan for finding Aunt Ruth. She was a wonderful lady and I have many fond memories of her.
Thank you again.
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