|Cathy Faust (#48104941)|
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I have been researching my family history off and on since 1980. Only recently became interested in helping others by taking photos when I can. I personally know how much it means to someone to have that info on a family member and it warms my heart to help out.|
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|Louie Louie||Locating a tomb|
Found a picture of my brother-in- laws grandfather tomb stone in St Joseph Cemetery #1 William Lehrmann.
How do I find the location of the tomb? Thanks Louie
|Gresham Farrar||RE: Memorial Transfers|
Hello Cathy Faust,
Thank you for the Pumilia family transfers.
|Anonymous||RE: Misspelled Headstone|
Hi Cathy, Thank you so much for all of your help. I know $300 sounds like a lot but I do think it's going to be the best that I can get. I will call Amite marble on Monday to make arrangements with them. I want to make a trip down to independence the day that they do the work. Again thank you for all of your work because I never had an idea of where to start to get this problem resolved.
Yes Cathy, you have discribed the location exactly. Thank you for your time. After the company from Amite checks it out, I will contact them to see how to proceed to have the name fixed for my mother. On October 14, will be the 30th anniversary of my dad's death and I hope to have this fixed, if not by then especially before the anniversary of my mothers death. I am very grateful for your help. Kathleen Pechon Billeaud
Yes Kathy, finding out how to add the letter S to my mother's headstone is exactly what I am trying to find out. I do not know who carved the headstone because the tag was removed from it after my father died. Another relative had the engraving done when my mother died and we were not able to get this situation resolved so I don't know where to go to have her headstone fixed. So if you could find out who I can contact to have this corrected ( hopefully it's a simple fix ) that would be a great help. Thank you so much. Kathleen Pechon Billeaud
|Anonymous||Name was misspelled on Headstone|
On my mothers headstone located in Colonial Cemetery in Independence, La., on the headstone her maiden name was misspelled. The tag was removed from the stone: so my brother and I do not know who did the engraving. Another family member took care of the headstone and it was too late when we found out about the spelling. We would like to have our mothers name corrected, but we do not know where to begin. I myself live in Mississippi and I need some guidance with this so that it can be corrected. The information that I have off of the site from what you added is Record added: Mar 15, 2014
Find A Grave Memorial# 126418167
My moms name is:
Florence Ouida Childers Pechon
On the headstone the S is left off of the Childers. It has been spelt Childer.
If you have any suggestions, please let me know?
Kathleen Pechon Billeaud
|Vicky||RE: Frances Palermo|
First of all, thank you so much for offering to help me locate Frances Palermo. Deeply appreciated. She died Dec. 20, 1918, Independence, Louisiana. Her son was Stefano (Steve) Gentille. Her former husband was Giuseppe (Joe) Gentile. Her daughters were Catherine Gentile Circello & Christine Gentile Dicapo. Apparently, she used her maiden name (Palermo) after she & Joseph Gentile divorced.
Added by Vicky on Aug 01, 2015 5:22 PM
|Vicky||RE: Paschal Campise|
Cathy, thank you for adding the additional photos of the headstones of Frances & Paschal Campise. These 2 additional photos are perfect. Thank you for adding them. I am honored to have these 2 memorials at home with family !
I do have another request in that cemetery, if you are nearby it. Frances Palermo. She is the grandmother of Frances Campise. She may even be buried near Frances & Paschal Campise. If you have time, could you look for her please ? (She is my great great grandmother)
Added by Vicky on Aug 01, 2015 8:52 AM
Thank you for transferring the memorial of Frances Campise in Colonial Cemetery & Mausoleum.
It is deeply appreciated.
Added by Vicky on Jul 26, 2015 8:41 AM
Appreciate search for Rottmans.
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