|Erika Cagliari-Sarkadi||RE: Joseph Roquemore|
I'm glad I could help out. He is resting in a very beautiful place with all his comrades.
|Jacki Bierma||RE: Charles Henry Wharton & Fam|
Happy to make the transfers.
Just posted pictures on John's memorial. Yes, the heat has been brutal, but I made it out to the cemetery earlier in the day and made the McCorkells my first stop. Glad I was able to help! Jim
Added by Jim on Jul 01, 2013 7:46 PM
I found John J. McCorkell at Inglewood Park Cemetery, buried just left of Gordon. I have a picture of John's headstone that I am ready to post once you create a memorial for him. Let me know once it has been posted so that I can add the picture (don't submit a photo request since it may then be claimed before I am able to post the picture that I already have). I also took a group shot of the three McCorkell headstones as well as individual photos for Gordon and Nellie (which have already been posted on their memorials). Jim
Added by Jim on Jul 01, 2013 7:21 PM
Thanks so much for the great pictures! I appreciate your service!
Added by Coleen on Jun 28, 2013 4:42 PM
Diane, I am giving you all of the Johnson memorials that are related to you. Let me know if I have missed anyone. Take care, Nala
Added by Nala on Jun 28, 2013 8:43 AM
|Rhea Gilbert||Mary Cover|
Thank you so much for the time you spent searching for Mary Cover's grave at UnionTown's Church of God Cemetery. It's volunteers like yourself that lend a helping hand to the genealogist. You are much appreciated.
First, welcome to Find A Grave!
Thank you for trying to photograph John and Elizabeth Derr. The cemetery is the Uniontown Church of God Cemetery. Their resting place is also documented in official records and listed on Geneology dot com. Now there is a Derr section and there is a Sarah Derr who is listed who has had her stone photographed in 6/2011. Perhaps you were in the wrong cemetery or somehow missed the Derrs. I am wondering if you may have been in the wrong cemetery. That is a possibility. I know it can be confusing even in a smaller sized cemetery. My mom and I use to go to the cemeteries when I was young and walk thru reading the different stones. At one cemetery that wasn't that large we saw a little girl who had passed away and her stone had a locket that opened with her photo inclosed. She was such a sweet and beautiful child! The last time we were both able to go to the cemetery was in 2006 and we could no longer find her grave. The section I thought it to be in there was no such stone there. We searched that entire section, about 50 stones. We could not find her. It was the last time we were able to visit the cemeteries. It gets very confusing, so, don't worry you could not find them. I will put the request in again later this summer and possibly they will be located then. Their stones also may have deteriorated or maybe they never had headstones. I have some family members who do not have headstones.
But, nonetheless, your efforts and time devoted are very much appreciated, and I hope this does not discourage you from continuing as a "grave stone hunter", as we once were and termed it! Best of luck with your future hunts!
|GreenHills Stones Calling||RE: Mae Roquemore|
I have transferred the memorial for your grandmother Mae to you. Please feel free to contact me if there is anything else I might do for you.