|Cathy and Tim Sheffler (#48351085)|
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Hi. Most (if not all) of the memorials we have added are byproducts of fulfilled photo requests. In other words, when we were fulfilling a photo request from a member, we photographed additional family members or neighboring monuments, so we are not relatives. If you are related and would like to maintain the memorial, please use the Edit tab to suggest a correction (SAC) and let us know you're related. We'd be happy to transfer to you. Thanks!|
** [Jul 2014] On indefinite hiatus since the death of our assistant grave finder. **
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|BWHall||RE: Lawrence, Johanna, and Jane Richards|
No problem with the car. Jane was my aunt and i knew she is there just couldnt find her marker. I thought she may have been buried in a different section where your pictures are from. Thank you very much for your efferts.
Added by BWHall on Sep 16, 2014 3:58 AM
|mommycita||Ernest & Josie Crawford|
Thank you for their headstone photo
|Brenda J. Masters Charles||Photos of Major Donald R. Roberts 1920-2005|
The photos you took of Major Donald R. Roberts grave stone are perfect for Find A Grave which will be shared by many family members. Kind deeds change lives. Thank you. The way you come to the aid of others is fabulous. You are a treasure.
|Maureen Davis||RE: The CODY FAMILY of PENNSYLVANIA|
Tim and Cathy,
Greetings from the Pacific Northwest!
Thank you for getting back to me so quickly!
I want to thank you so much for the lovely photo you sent for my ancestors' headstone. I don't expect you to do footwork finding anyone. I am happy with the photo you sent. As I live in Oregon, the distance prevents me from doing the footwork myself.
Yes, I believe that most of the Cody children are buried in Pennsylvania, with the exception of the two sons in the military who were buried in Oklahoma and Florida. My Dad always told us that the family was buried in Scranton.
**CAROLINE ROBBINS (Nee CODY) Married Parvin Robbins, and in the 1930 US FEDERAL CENSUS lived in Benton, PA, along with her husband, and a niece and nephew of her deceased sister Dolla Cody Hauser.
CAROLINE is buried at:
Laurel Hill Cemetery
Pennsylvania, USA I don't know the plot, but will call the cemetery to find out.
**ELIZABETH VINING MAY (nee CODY) was a spinster for many years, taking care of her parents. She married J. Edgar May in November 1930 in LUZERNE, PA. Perhaps she is buried near there.
**WILBER LINCOLN CODY Lived in Carbondale, PA with his wife Emma Cody in the 1930 US Federal Census. In 1940 he lived in Ward 6, Carbondale City, PA as a Widower. He was drafted in 1942 and lived at 50 BELMONT STREET, Carbondale, PA.
**MILLARD J. CODY may be buried in New Jersey or New York, as I did find this name in a death index there.
I am so happy that Find-a-grave has opened doors to genealogists, to help us find the 'puzzle pieces' of our family tree!
Again, thank you so much for your help. May you enjoy a lovely fall with brisk air and rustling leaves, as you enjoy taking photos!
Maureen Mulberry Davis
|Maureen Davis||The CODY FAMILY of PENNSYLVANIA|
Dear Cathy and Tim,
As an addendum to my last message ... After reading your BIO message on your Find-a-grave page, I was wondering if you had seen any other 'CODY' family members on your searching through Pennsylvania Cemeteries. There are 4 other CODY siblings that I am searching for. They are:
***ELIZABETH VINING CODY(Mary Jane Vining) CODY Married to J. Edgar ‘MAY’
Her Birth: 27 March 1884; Rapid City, Manitoba
Died: ? 29 November 1954
*** CAROLINE FERGUSON CODY ‘ROBBINS’
Find a grave # 24260688 (Need Photo)
Birth: 17 January 1887
Carduff, Saskatchewan, Canada
Death: August 1973
Fleetville, Lackawanna, PA
BURIED: LAUREL HILL CEMETERY, Orangeville
*** Wilber (Wilbur) Lincoln Mulberry Cody
Born: 19 October 1885; Saskatchewan
3 January 1959
Died:03 Jan 1959 ? (I am not sure about this date, as it was added by ‘Family Search’, and I do not have a documented ‘Source’ for Wilbur’s death.)
**MILLARD JAMES CODY
22 November 1901
New York City, New York, United States
I just thought it was worth a try in asking, as you seem to have taken many photos for people.
Maureen Mulberry Davis
|Maureen Davis||Isabella Cody, Rev. James Bodwell Cody, and Dolla Cody Hauser|
Dear Cathy and Tim,
THANK YOU SO MUCH FOR ADDING PHOTOS TO the Memorials for my Great Great Aunt Isabella Mulberry Cody's Memorial, and my Uncle James Bodwell Cody, and their daughter Dolla Cody Hauser.
I was out of town for a couple of weeks and when I arrived home last night I saw the photos you added for them. I VERY MUCH APPRECIATE THIS!
My Aunt Isabella was the only one of the Mulberry children who left Canada after immigrating from Ireland in 1878. She and her husband had their first three children in Canada. Her husband James was a Presbyterian Minister, and he received a call to become a minister in New York, where their next three children were born; and then to various parish' in Pennsylvania. Their last child Millard Cody was born in Pennsylvania.
My father 'Lorne Mulberry' always told me that our family lived and was buried in the Scranton, Pennsylvania area. He would be so happy to finally see the headstone for his Great-Aunt Isabella.
Thank you for helping me with the photos, and making the Memorials more complete. You are so kind.
Maureen Mulberry Davis :)
Thank you so much for the photos of Leroy Sweet's grave. I greatly appreciate it. Best wishes, Ruth
Added by Ruth on Sep 12, 2014 7:03 AM
|Angela Whitaker-Becker||Saltry Headstones|
Thank you so much for the photos of the Saltry Family.
|Judy Wood||G Chandler Post|
Once again you come to my rescue.. Thanks for your kindness
|Michael||Sr Augustine McMenamin|
Many Many thanks for taking the time to take the picture of Sr Augustine McMenamin's grave. I am eternally grateful to you. Best wishes.
Michaelmacmenamin. Dublin. Ireland
Added by Michael on Sep 10, 2014 1:13 PM
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