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miss j foy (#48153476)
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I am very grateful to the findagrave volunteers. My family is small and getting smaller, so I treasure the connections I've found and verified using information on findagrave.com. It is a national treasure. God bless you!
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Steve Smith
RE: Torbjorg Hoversland Nergaard
I think that when there's no marker on a grave, it may be because:

1) There was no money for a marker,

2) The family couldn't agree on details,

3) The family chose to wait a while before getting a grave marked. As time passed, the family forgot, procrastinated, or even died.
Added by Steve Smith on Jul 19, 2014 11:08 AM
Steve Smith
RE: Torbjorg Hoversland Nergaard
The cemetery is divided into Sections > Map Areas > Lots > Spaces.

Torbjorg Hoversland Nergaard is buried in Summerland > Map A46 > Lot 6228 > Space 1

Lot 6228 has at least 6 spaces, but only a few grave markers. According to the Forest Lawn search engine, Torbjorg is buried in Space 1 but there is no marker there.

I identified markers for other people burked in Lot 6228 > Spaces 5 and 6, so I know that I was at the right plot.
Added by Steve Smith on Jul 19, 2014 10:44 AM
Steve Smith
RE: Torbjorg Hoversland Nergaard
I checked the Forest Lawn online search engine. I found other makers in the same plot - spaces 5, 6.
Added by Steve Smith on Jul 19, 2014 12:22 AM
JC
RE: Alex and Barbara Campbell
Alexander Campbell was my grandfather, my father was your great-grandmother's nephew and I believe he had been in touch with her a few times though he passed away in 2006. I have info on the family back to your great-grandmother's grandfather. Her father was Alexander Campbell (1830-1922, married to Anabelle Cameron 1838-1915) one of 10 children. Their parents were John and Elizabeth Ann (MacKenzie) Campbell. John Campbell (1798-1866) and came to Nova Scotia about 1817 from Aberfeldy, Scotland settling at Malagawatch on the north side of the Bras D'Or Lake and built a log cabin and set up a loom he brought with him from Scotland. (Hence he has been known as "John the Weaver") He cleared land to grow flax to make thread so he could work at his trade as a weaver.
What specifically would you like to know about Alexander (from the picture)? He has two living sons and one daughter who could fill you in better than I could.
Contact info?
Regards,
James
Added by JC on Jul 09, 2014 12:27 PM
Jhere McKenzie
RE: The Baikie Family
You are so welcome! Happy Day, Jhere
Added by Jhere McKenzie on Jun 30, 2014 8:52 AM
Elaine R S
RE: Angelo Gilsinn
LOL!
Added by Elaine R S on Jun 08, 2014 6:45 AM
Shannon B
Mt Muncie - Allen (Sec 5, Lot 86)
Hi! I have uploaded your photo requests. I wanted you to be aware that on some of the markers there are variations in their names compared to the memorial pages. Nettie, Helen, & Catherine were the ones I noticed had something different on their stones.
Best Regards
Shannon B
Added by Shannon B on May 28, 2014 6:54 PM
Shannon B
Mt Muncie Requests (sec 5 lot 86)
I am glad to do it. I enjoy helping everyone who submits a request. Thank you for calling the Mount Muncie office ahead of time. I have a pretty good relationship with the office but alot of times the gm gene is not in the office so I have to wait awhile till he is to get the grave locations so thank you. I will have your requests fulfilled by the end of the day tomorrow.
Best Regards
Shannon B
Added by Shannon B on May 27, 2014 7:43 PM
Marie Reynolds
RE: Trudy Richardson
I knew it meant a lot to you to see this memorial. I walked right up on her stone and said a prayer. Then, I read her obit when I posted her picture It would have been wonderful to meet her. She sounded wonderful. I will visit her often for you and put flowers on when I go back - which is often right now since I am trying to get picture of all the headstones and post them.

Have a wonderful day.

Marie Reynolds
Added by Marie Reynolds on Apr 04, 2014 7:32 PM
Marie Reynolds
RE: Trudy Richardson
I knew it meant a lot to you to see this memorial. I walked right up on her stone and said a prayer. Then, I read her obit when I posted her picture It would have been wonderful to meet her. She sounded wonderful. I will visit her often for you and put flowers on when I go back - which is often right now since I am trying to get picture of all the headstones and post them.

Have a wonderful day.

Marie Reynolds
Added by Marie Reynolds on Apr 04, 2014 7:30 PM
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