|Laura Dalin (#48161429)|
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I started this journey of find a grave when I was doing my Ancestry. In looking for my own family I discovered that sometimes the only way to know that someone existed is by head stone. Very sad but true. I never knew much of my own family so I have found this to be such a great application. And to have everyone do it from their hearts speaks of the family of seekers that I have been aquainted with. I will choose a cemetery print out the names requested, walk the whole thing taking photos of the head stones. Then go in to the computer claim and upload them. And then if I have any problems to report I do it at that time. Next I will try to get in touch with the cemetery offices and go to the area they have on file and look again. I will always do my best to fulfill every request that I take on. I know what it feels like for a family waiting for a photo and then receiving one. It is very awesome.|
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|Robert V. Scrivener III||RE: John Lutes|
You're very welcome!
|Allison Clausen||Bell N Moore in Chestnut Grove Cemetery|
Thank you for this photo. It is a great help to my research of the Bugbee family and I really appreciate your time and effort. Thanks again - Allison
|Rebecca E.||Paul Cheney|
Thank you VERY much for the photo. I really appreciate it!
Thank you. Your time and effort in doing this is truly appreciated.
Added by OSRF on Sep 24, 2014 8:20 AM
|Janet Muff||William Wyman burial|
As I mentioned previously, I sent a message to Clinton Rogers saying that the cemetery has no record of William Wyman's burial and asking him for a source. And here's his message back to me:
I personally transcribed the gravestone markers in Chestnut Grove Cemetery in 2010. At that point, there was certainly a marker for William Wyman in the cemetery, but I do not recall which section he was in. I no longer live in Ashtabula, otherwise I would go check for you!
I'm relieved to know that the memorial wasn't just a piece of guesswork, but it looks to me as if the stone may be gone. In any case, thanks very much for trying to find it.
I think you are the nice person who responded to my request of a photo of grave site of Mary Hills, 1757-1851, in Chestnut Grove.
The reason I think Mary Hills is buried in Chestnut Grove is from information passed to me from another descendent.
Burial record from Ashtabula Township Clerk's Office gives birth place as Middlebury, CT 15 Sept 1756; cause of death old age.
Lot 5. Book/page: 1
Found by Ashtabula County Genealogical Society, c/o Henderson Library.
This should help the cemetery tell you where the plot is, even if there is no marker. Thank you for trying.
|Perry Brantley||Victor King|
Thank-you for trying...!
|Undertaker's Gr-Granddaughter||Julia Long|
Thanks for claiming Julia and taking a picture for me. Did you notice who was buried next to her? Trying to find her husband too. :o)
|Scrib & Barb Kelly||Edwin Webb|
Thank you for all your effort tring to locate his grave at Chestnut Grove cemetery. By you confirming that the cemetery has no record of his burial I will just leave the memorial, attaching his death certificate showing the cemetery and date of burial until I find out more. Thanks again for you time, as it is very much appreciated by our family.
|1_might_B_1||Frederick Hollis Wood|
b. 1901 and d. 1947
this stone marker shows the dates of 1860-1947
I will call the Cemetery and find out who this person is.
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