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|gordon mc guire||RE: Spittal Wright Campbell|
Are you Harvey?
|gordon mc guire||re: wright photo|
Hi, I'm the great grandson of james wright, eva mildred wright[campbell] was my grandmother. Are we related? My name is gordon duncan mc guire, my mother was audrey wright campbell, daughter of eva and herbert campbell. I would like to hear from you. my e mail is firstname.lastname@example.org
|Kellylm||RE: mount pleasant toronto|
I would contact the cemetery directly and they can give you the coordinates on their map. I find the cemetery is not extremely well marked aside for the "A-Z" and numerical sections. You can find these on a map that you can download from their website. You could also always drop in to their visitor's centre and they would be able to point you in the right direction.
Added by Kellylm on Apr 20, 2013 6:30 AM
|Islington||RE: Finding a grave @ MP|
No row markings at all usually. I usually get what the neighbouring stones are from the office, and also have the office mark on a paper map of the cemetery where exactly it is in the section. That is the easiest way usually. Just make sure to tell them you are family from visiting from outside the country and they will give you all the help you need.
Hope that helps, most cemeteries up here are pretty good about doing look ups for family and help locate the stone. have a great night :D