|Karen & John P (#48036499)|
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|Jean Colson||Cynthia Belfield Johnston|
Thank you for noticing that 'Dec 4' was missing.
..and giving me the opportunity to indicate more about her and her family. Actually there is a huge difference between Nottingham and Nottinghamshire. Nottingham is a city, which is contained in an administrative entity called Nottinghamshire. Born in Nottinghamshire could be lots of places..not necessarily in the city.. it ia a much larger geographic entity something like a like a province or state. It can be confusing as which is 'meant' as sometimes the 'shire' is referred to in speech as Nottingham which could be a vaguer area.
Thank you for the opportunity to look at it again.
|MFC||RE: P.S.----McMillan and Welch|
I think you are a kindred spirit as you, too, take the time to investigate & explore. I think it is great fun, don't you? Thanks for checking the stone. I need to try and find an obit to document her identity. The cemetery records do not have a name either. I just know she was living with her daughter Sarah Welch when she passed away in 1893. Stands to reason she would be buried with her husband and Sarah's husband who died within a few months of each other. Sarah is buried with her daughter in the McGrath plot.
Added by MFC on Oct 27, 2014 10:43 AM
|MFC||RE: P.S.----McMillan and Welch|
Thank you for being thoughtful enough to request that they be moved. When I called the cemetery office,I spoke with one of the caretakers who was kind enough to go out to the grave site and confirm that there were stones there, and that Henry's was down. He then told me about a company that will do do repairs, as I do not think that the cemetery will. I recall him telling me that there was only two men to care for 80 acres. FYI.. noticed in one photo that there is a stone for a Harry Linstrum leaning against the McMillan markers. According to records, that marker belongs on Lot 19! I will try and remember to call the office and hopefully reach someone! No relation. I wonder, too, if the "Mother" marker has any inscriptions on the side as did J.L. Welch. It looks as though it was butted up against one of the bases; might that side have been visible to you? Again, thank you for your time and your photos. I was so excited to see my requests claimed.
Added by MFC on Oct 27, 2014 4:34 AM
|MFC||P.S.----McMillan and Welch|
My computer seems to be a bit quirky this AM.....it left out part of a sentence I know I wrote in the first message I sent you. I was trying to say that it is saddening to see the grave markers in such disarray, and that it appears from the photos that they all once stood on bases. What do you think? Has there been some vandalism in the old Catholic part of the cemetery?
Added by MFC on Oct 26, 2014 10:40 AM
|MFC||McMillan and Welch photos|
My sincerest, heartfelt thanks for the photos of my relatives' grave markers. I am also a photo volunteer, and very much appreciate the various shots, the details and clarity. NICE WORK!! It saddens me though, to see the monuments all once stood on bases. What do you think?
Added by MFC on Oct 26, 2014 10:35 AM
|Jean Colson||Cynthia Johnston|
thank you so very much for the lovely photo..What an interestingly shaped tombstone..almost 'Art Deco'..in style..
If there are other stones belonging to members of the same family I'd be grateful if you could post them.
Thank you for the great photo! I appreciate you taking the time to find & post it.
|Patty C||Jonathan Heller|
Thank you for taking and posting his gravestone photos.
Added by Patty C on Oct 25, 2014 8:20 PM
|Thomas||Dr. John W. Cronwell #122079373|
Thank you for obtaining the images of Dr. Cromwells memorial. Rather hard to read some of the stone. Assume the McEvitt's nearby had no stones. Thomas
Added by Thomas on Oct 25, 2014 7:50 PM
|karen christy meeker||Lewis Hesse|
Thanks for the great tombstone pics.
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