|Steve Griffith (#47825717)|
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|Gathering information before it is lost... Don't wait, ask questions and write it down.|
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Good morning - Thank you for making corrections to the Scottish graves. I need all the help I get in making sure the entries are correct is a relief. I appreciate your taking the time - Jo
Added by Joanna on Sep 25, 2014 6:31 AM
|Gerry Jean||RE: Coyne's in Holy Cross|
You're welcome ... anytime, Steve!
|B.J. Waters||RE: Thomas & Henrietta Griffith|
Ah, yes, I see that. It was created last March. As you might suspect, there is a possibility that his name may not have been engraved on the niche due to lack of space, or the inability of surviving family members to pay for it. But what I think is interesting is that IPC's own online grave lookup (which covers 1974 to the present) does not have Albert listed. Please let me know what the cemetery staff tells you, and if there is no engraving, I will simply add the close-up of the Griffith's existing engraving. For now, I'm adding the photo of the area.
Don will probably transfer this memorial to you, if he is not related to Albert. He works this area frequently as a photo volunteer.
|B.J. Waters||Thomas & Henrietta Griffith|
Hi again, Steve. I found Thomas and Henrietta but not their son. Did the staff tell you he was in there with them? If so, I'll go have another look.
|B.J. Waters||Thomas Griffith photo|
Hi Steve. Don't worry about the locked columbarium. It doesn't get a lot of visitation because it is very old (built in 1907) so that is why they keep it locked. But it only takes a few minutes to get someone to come over and unlock it. I'll look for the wife and son; no need to do another request.
You can see what the Grace Chapel looks like here: http://www.inglewoodparkcemetery.com/grace_chp.html
The entry to the columbarium is on the right side.
You should click around through the website and read about this amazing place. The cemetery has over 300,000 people buried there with over 350 acres and room for growth.
|Sharon Williams||Mount Moriah photos|
Thank you so much for the beautiful photos of the Neas graves. I love that you took a picture of the surrounding area. I always like seeing the area that their graves overlook. It looks like a beautiful cemetery. Sharon
|Louis Roth||RE: Goff|
just make sure that's what the cemetery office says is the location. do NOt rely on the database as it is fraught with error.
do you have their number and email?
if they are truly at Section G, lot 623, there is no headstone for them, here is a shot of their plot
|Cate||RE: Homer & Mary|
You're very welcome. Happy to do it.
Added by Cate on Jul 01, 2012 10:39 AM