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|Headstone Genealogist||Mount Royal Cemetery Photo Request|
Mount Royal Cemetery has 165 acres. The burial plot location must be supplied so a volunteer can go take the photo.
You can get this free information by filling the form here: www.mountroyalcem.com/index.php/en/our-services/genealogy-menu.html and in the "Desired Service" field, select "Burial Location (free)" and enter the information.
If the Genealogy page was not helpful then email your request to email@example.com
The cemetery will email you the location (3-10 working days).
Have the memorial updated with the plot number.
You will have made it possible for the photo to be taken.
|Mike McQuaid||re Photo request - Patrick Kinsella in Ford, Liverpool|
You will shortly get an automated 'fulfilled' message re the request... I have posted a couple of photo's but sadly, there is no headstone - the grave is unmarked.
I've photographed the plot (The black headstone on the left is 129 so Patrick's grave is in that row, two spaces to the right of it)
There is also a memorial monument in the cemetery, to all those buried there in unmarked graves, so I've included that as well,
Sorry it wasn't better news..
|Norman Dagen||BATES photo request|
Barbara - I am intending upon fulfilling your photograph requests in Northern Michigan but if I accept them in the system, they might expire before all the snow is gone. I'll get to them when I can. By the way, are you a relative of Violet Bates? I knew Mrs. Bates.
|Janet K||Ernest C Smith|
I also found and added the link to Rosalie's husband Ernest C Smith. Find A Grave Memorial# 80139182
He is buried in Section 28 - Lot D12.
He was a Civil War Veteran and is buried in the soldiers section of the cemetery.
Added by Janet K on Apr 06, 2016 10:48 PM
|Janet K||Rosalie Smith|
In fulfilling your photo request, I learned the following regarding Rosalie. Perhaps you already know this, but in case you don't I am letting you know because it takes a while before the edits I sent may be accepted.
*Rosalie married Ernest C Smith
*Rosalie and Ernest had the following children:
^Olga (Smith) Curtis ~ Find A Grave Memorial# 54792363
^Harvey Nelson Smith ~ Find A Grave Memorial# 73222505
b:10/15/1879 in Saginaw, MI
d:1/9/1944 in Saginaw, MI
and possibly more.....
Rosalie and these two children are buried in the same Section and Lot. Section 19 - Lot 531
They are the only ones buried in the Lot.
Added by Janet K on Apr 06, 2016 9:17 PM
|butterfly||Neumeister in Oakwood|
OOPs!!! I see where they are in Oakwood, but the name on the memorial is spelled wrong-according to the marker. I have sent an edit and done some linking. Alice H is in Oakwood with the last name spelled Neumiester !
You may want to delete the memorial that was in Evergreen and if they are your family, do some linking up. You can always ask for a transfer.
sorry about my confusion.
When I looked through the city listing for Evergreen they do not have an Alice listed. The names listed are Alma Christina, Emma, F.H., Frederick, Fredrick R., Julia Ann, and Minnie G.
They are all in the same family plot area. When I am out doing photography in the area I will check the markers.
So glad I could help you.
Added by Audie on Mar 29, 2016 8:14 AM
|Mike McQuaid||Re photo request for Patrick Kinsella (#136104284)|
I've added his grave reference via an edit request(from cemetery records) and will try for a photo soon. I know Ford quite well and the section does contain mainly marked graves (although some, as you might expect) are not marked.
I haven't "claimed" the photo request yet in case someone else can fulfil it sooner. (I hope to be at Ford in the next 3 - 4 weeks.)
|Judith Watt||Herman W. Billings|
I have taken a photo of the Billings Stone in Forest Hills Cemetery. There are no foot stones for Herman or his wife Harriett. I checked at the Town office and they are buried in Lot 544A. I did take photos of the footstones of the other people buried in that lot (544), Merle V., Nellie B., and Ralph H. I did know Harriet (Hattie) who went to the Baptist Church in Madison, Me. when I was first married.
Judith Otis Watt
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