|Marylin Curtiss DeYoung||Edward Levy Curtiss|
Thank you for photographing the stone for Edward Curtiss and putting it on his memorial page. I just discovered it was there and was so pleased.
Added by Marylin Curtiss DeYoung on Oct 10, 2012 7:14 AM
|Kathryn Thomas||RE: George A. Saunders|
Thanks for getting back to me. Sorry to hear about the divorce.
Whenever you can check on this for me, it will be fine. There is no big rush. The weather hasn't been all that great for walking around a cemetery anyway.
Added by Kathryn Thomas on Oct 15, 2011 9:22 AM
|Kathryn Thomas||George A. Saunders|
A while back you took a photo of the headstone for George Saunders. I believe at Riverside Cemetery. F-A-G Memorial #36728938. Now a question has come up that he is not in Riverside, but in Evergreen. This is from Skye: "According to the Lake County Genealogical Society transcriptions that are on line, Gladys H Saunders 1903-1983 is in Section H, row 11, stone 7 in Evergreen Cemetery in Painesville. George A Saunders/Ohio/ Cpl US Army/World War I/ March 24, 1893 March 14, 1972 is in section H, row 12, stone 8."
His obituary says Riverside, so there is definately some confusion going on here. The next time you are out to either of them, can you clarify this for me? You have done a great job for me in the past, and I'd appreciate any help you can give me.
Added by Kathryn Thomas on Jun 29, 2011 2:22 PM
|Christopher Cooper||Kirby Family Thanks|
Thank you so much for taking the photos and even adding the graphic for one missing stone for the Kirby family. Their descendants now number in the tens of thousands. You have done us all a great service.
Added by Christopher Cooper on Aug 30, 2010 3:31 PM
|Christopher Cooper||Charlotte Reddles Kirby thanks|
Thanks so much for finding this grave and taking this photo of Charlotte Reddles Kirby - my ancestor. If you do not mind, I would be honored to take over the management of this memorial as I have also found her descendants that I would like to link to this memorial. Her family walked to Utah as pioneers.
Added by Christopher Cooper on Aug 21, 2010 9:12 PM
|ggramtoby||Mrs. Lucinda E Merrell|
Lucinda Bushnell christened 19 June1786 Hartland, Hartford, Conneticut was the daughter of Martin Bushnell and Lucy Bates. Lucinda married 27 November 1806 Barkhamsted, Litchfield, Connecticut Erastus Merrill born 7 January 1782 Barkhamsted, Litchfield, Connecticut. Children Dennis and Hannah Merrill born Hartland, Hartford, Connecticut. Erastus married 2nd 12 May 1821 in Ohio Rebecca Smith. Erastus Merrill died 18 March 1866 Concord, Lake, Ohio. Thank you for the grave photo.
Added by ggramtoby on Jun 28, 2010 4:53 PM
|Redriver||RE: GARRIT BRASS MARKER|
Geoffrey, you can send the photos to:
I looked on Google Maps, street view and there was still a school there. But it could have been remodeled to be condominiums. The Center Street Village Elementary school in on the register of National Historic buildings. Mentor Village School (added 2005 - Building - #05000026) Also known as Center Street Village Elementary School, 7482 Center St., Mentor, Ohio. I also saw that it is called, "Center Street Village Condominium, same address, phone 440-255-0670. If you stop in or phone I bet you can get the lowdown on the school. I may just call to find out myself.
Thanks for your help and info.
Added by Redriver on Jun 16, 2010 9:44 PM
|Redriver||RE: GARRIT BRASS MARKER|
Geoffrey, I would appreciate some photos of this school. The cemetery (Mentor Pioneer or Center Street Cemetery) was at the present Center Street Village Elementary School, a 2 story red brick building. It is on the northwest corner of Center Street (SR 615) and Mentor Avenue (US 20), 7482 Center St, Mentor, OH 44060-5804. phone (440) 255-5817. It reportedly was probably where the current gymnasium and auditorium are it has been reported. I have seen a copy of an old burial map of this cemetery but Garrit Brass was not listed, but I was not wearing my reading glasses that day. If you have a chance to ask anyone on site, I wonder if any the people buried in the old cemetery were moved, or were they all left in place?
Thanks for your help
Added by Redriver on Jun 10, 2010 12:30 AM
|Redriver||GARRIT BRASS MARKER|
THANK YOU Geoffrey Krug, for taking the photo of Garrit Brass. It is reported that the Garrit Brass marker was moved from the old Mentor Cemetery and a school was built on the site. I wonder what the school looks like. Anyway I will look that up on Google images.
Added by Redriver on Jun 05, 2010 4:55 PM
|mncmahar||Laura Clough Carver|
Thank you so much for the photo and info with it. I greatly appreciate your efforts.
Added by mncmahar on Jun 05, 2010 4:07 PM
Thanks so much for taking the time to get a pic and find info on the Cahoons' gravemarkers. I live in Utah and didn't see myself being able to make it to Kirtland any time in the near future and really appreciate your willingness to help. (Although I'm sorry you went to the effort to get a pic of Mehitable's marker for me and it no longer-- or never did-- exists).
Thanks so much,
Added by Kaitlyn Craig on May 20, 2010 4:32 PM
|Gerald "Jerry" Hobson||Evergreen Cemetery, Gustason, Bain and Zazac|
Thanks so much for providing the marker photos for these folks. Nice and clear, and much appreciated.
Added by Gerald "Jerry" Hobson on Apr 16, 2010 12:38 AM
Thank you for the very nice photo of the McFadden stone. We appreciate your efforts.
Added by PJ Willis on Apr 15, 2010 2:45 PM
|John Pagini||Potter Grave|
Geoffrey - Thank you very much for taking the time to locate and photograph this grave for me. I find it rather humble for a Brevet Brigadier General!
Added by John Pagini on Feb 07, 2010 10:06 PM
|Robin Wallace Brown||Weideman, Frank J.|
Thank you so much for tromping around in the snow and getting such a great shot.
Added by Robin Wallace Brown on Jan 22, 2010 7:28 PM
|Janet Muff||Wescott photos|
Thanks so much for the photo of the Wescott monument. Too bad that Hiram's dates were never inscribed or have disappeared with time. I appreciate your effort, however!
Added by Janet Muff on Nov 17, 2009 4:08 PM
|Pat Evans||Waite Family|
Thank you so much for finding and posting William and Spedy.
Added by Pat Evans on Oct 26, 2009 8:07 PM
|happykate||RE: Rollin H. Spelman|
Its no problem, I am very happy to do that!!
Added by happykate on Oct 22, 2009 1:40 PM
|The Hinckley Graver||RE: Joseph Brinza|
Done. anna F. sulkey Brinza has been added. I put out a photo request as well.
Thank you so much for the help.
Added by The Hinckley Graver on Oct 21, 2009 3:16 PM
|Pat Evans||RE: Ellen Waite Gibbons|
Thank you for trying to find Benjamin Gibbons for me. I don't know why they are buried apart but his obit just says he is buried with his first wife. I'm going to put up Ellen's parents and grandparents on Find A Grave as well and I'll put a request to locate them. William Waite was one of the founders of Waite Hill and I believe they are all buried near Ellen.
Thank you again.
Added by Pat Evans on Oct 20, 2009 8:26 PM
|Pat Evans||Polly Clark|
Thank you for finding Polly for me. Your efforts are very much appreciated.
Added by Pat Evans on Oct 20, 2009 8:22 PM
|Lee Potter||Benjamin Kirby|
Thank you very much for your effort in getting the photo of his stone.
Added by Lee Potter on Oct 20, 2009 4:50 PM
Thank you very much for getting George's grave photo.
Added by Joyce on Oct 20, 2009 4:17 PM
|rae griffith||pics posted|
thank you so much for taking the time to post those pictures i had requested! i appreciate it!
Added by rae griffith on Oct 20, 2009 3:57 PM
|Gerald "Jerry" Hobson||Clemson stones, Hambden Township Cemetery|
Great photo of the Clemson stones. I appreciate your help. Murl Clemson, their son, is buried behind them. I can see his stone in the background. That clue has given me help, and I'm grateful.
Added by Gerald "Jerry" Hobson on Oct 19, 2009 11:45 PM