|Chris Williams||Frank Visner Mt Avon|
Thank you for sharing the picture of Frank's grave. May the Lord bless you for your kindness and time :)
|Donna Ellis||RE: Infant Renshaw|
Thanks Marty, I have a copy of the death certificate in my files. I am having the same problem with cause of death description but it does say place of burial Rochester. I will take a look at the web sites thanks! Donna
|Donna Ellis||another Renshaw|
Hi Marty Thanks once again for the photographs and research it is very much appreciated. I have another mystery for you, there is another Renshaw child that we can't find a grave for. Barbara and James Renshaw had another baby. Death certificate reads infant Renshaw Born 9/30/1898 lived 10 hours. cause unreadable, buried in Rochester no cemetery listed. Child was later named Harold. My mother seems to think that he was buried with or near James parents grave Charles and Harriett Renshaw. If you would like another mystery the help would be wonderful. Once again thanks so much!!!!! Donna
|Christie Trapp||Ellen (Summers) Axford - Mt. Avon|
Thanks for taking the time to photograph Ellen's grave. It is greatly appreciated.
|Christie Trapp||William Axford - Mount Avon Cemetery|
thanks for taking the time to photograph his grave. It is greatly appreciated.
|Dana Cook||Gary Kincannon|
Thank you for your time and effort in fulfilling my photo request. I apologize for the late reply.
|Dana Cook||Michael Karl Lambrecht|
I apologize for this late reply to thank you for your time and effort in taking a pic and letting me know there was no marker on 9/17. I've removed the photo request for now. Thanks so much.
|Deborah Larsen||RE: Sally Axford grave|
Thank you for creating the record for Sally Axford and for adding the photos to the others. I don't have anything to add to Sally Axford's memorial at this time, so I'll leave it with you.
|somewhocares||Judith Feller Hammill|
Thank you for taking your time taking the picture.
|Christie Trapp||Joseph Case - Mt Avon Cemetery|
Thank you for the photo of the building where Mr. Case is buried. Would it be possible for you to return and take an actual photo of his name plate? It appears this is a masoleum and I'm pretty sure there would be at least a name plate where he is buried. If there is no such name plate, please contact the contributor and advise them to put a bio note that there is no grave marker available. That will help others to know that nothing was purchased and will avoid future photo requests.
Any help would be appreciated if you could obtain a photo of his name plate. If there is also one for his wife, Charlotte, please take that one as well and post.
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