|Bruce Meinsen (#47967998)|
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Hi! In a few minutes I will post photos of where he is buried. I read your note for the photo request and decided to see if I could help, but like his life, even trying to get the grave location was difficult. They identified a section I had never heard of in the cemetery, and it then took them almost a half hour to find someone who knew where it was even located.
The correct burial Section is Garden of Eternal Peace (or GOEP), Scat-1. This is where they scatter peoples remains - there are no individual grave markers. There is a monument that lists the names of everyone buried there. Because of the highly reflective finish to some pieces of the monument it is impossible to avoid reflections.
I am posting this to you first because your note and name as the photo requestor will disappear once I post the photos. If you have any questions regarding this information, please let me know. Ace
Added by Ace on Oct 11, 2013 7:08 PM
Welcome to Find-a-Grave by the way. I see you are new (couple months). Hopefully you can add some stones in your area as well.
Added by Ryan-O on Jan 07, 2013 2:47 PM
|Ryan-O||RE: David Cobleigh|
I did hear about that project. I've been wanting to stop by there and see if any significant changes had occured. Of course we are under a few inches of snow now.
I can't believe no one has added all the Templeton Center stones to find-a-grave yet. I did a few dozen but there are many more. It's the oldest cemetery in town and the most interesting.
There is so much I want to do when the snow melts. I've bitten more off than I can chew. I'm going over all my Warwick, Mass. entries (hope to add more photos of the ones I missed) and I've photographed 1/4 of Crystal Lake in Gardner, Mass. Not enough time in the day.
I suggest putting in a photo request Bruce and put a note that you're looking for an updated photo.
Thanks so much for contacting the town to fix David's stone.
Added by Ryan-O on Jan 07, 2013 2:45 PM