|William Truhe||Belle Groff|
Do you have a copy of the obituary announcement. Is there a way to send me a copy. Thanks
Added by William Truhe on Jan 20, 2017 8:09 AM
|David Bell||RE: Carrie B. Weaser|
Jeff, Thank you so much for your quick response, and the addition of the death certificate. This has been a great help. I really appreciate. At this time, I don't feel like it is necessary for me to take over the memorial.
Added by David Bell on Jan 12, 2017 5:34 PM
|David Bell||Carrie B. Weaser|
Hello, Carrie B. Weaser was my 2nd great grandmother. Your memorial is the first place I have found her surname given. Could you share with me where you found her surname? I am a descendant of her first marriage to Mr. Carr. I have been unable to find his given name, and was wondering if you had information on him as well. Thank you for your time.
Added by David Bell on Jan 12, 2017 9:15 AM
|Kathy Gartner||Laura and Luther Cox.|
Just letting you know that I found their headstones today. hope this helps
Added by Kathy Gartner on Sep 16, 2016 6:28 PM
|Sue||Hazel Wilson Milford, IA|
The Spirit Lake (Dickinson Co.)Library maintains burial records and maps for all cemeteries located in the county. You can check it out at http://slpublib.weebly.com/cemetery-records.html
It has no record of Hazel Wilson. The picture posted on her Find A Grave site is actually that of her parents and there are a couple empty lots near there. I walked the area looking for a stone with dates that matched, thinking 'Beloved daughter' or something like that and found no matching dates near Perry and Blanche's stone or in the burial records under the last name Wilson. Sorry I couldn't be of help. Sue
Added by Sue on Aug 31, 2016 11:19 AM
|Brian J. Ensley||James Thomas Gatehouse #102821953|
I saw that there was an obit posted on James' memorial and you had a notation on the comments that the source was unknown. I added the obit again but with the source. If you want to delete yours or if you would rather keep it the same I'd be glad to delete mine- just let me know.
Added by Brian J. Ensley on Aug 24, 2016 5:34 AM
|Nick Laham||Lavina Powers Wheeler|
I believe it was you who requested a pic for the above. I reported a problem with your request for her as there's no Lavina Wheeler or Lavina Powers in the online database. After visiting the site, it appears she may have a headstone amongst the other Powers. It only lists the name Powers and death date of May 14, 1907 (which is 2 days after her Find A Grave memorial states.) I am assuming this is her.
I have posted the pic to her memorial.
Added by Nick Laham on May 16, 2016 8:44 AM
|Gary Roberts||James Frazier Memorial|
Jeff, I took this photo of James Frazier. It is next to his wife but as you can see, the stone is tipped over. I am concluding that this is James Memorial. Gary
Added by Gary Roberts on Apr 01, 2016 7:46 AM
|Art Dubell||Mary Jane Sharp|
She is buried in St.Johns United Methodist cemetery. You have her death date as Nov 20. I believe the year is 1864.Just wanted to let you know.
Added by Art Dubell on Nov 21, 2015 7:31 PM
Hi Jeff, I'm researching the Shiplee tree and see that Mary married Herman Werner Cox, but I don't know when or where.
Added by David on Aug 02, 2015 8:06 AM
|GARY THORNTON||RE: Emil Brasted|
I recall creating the listings I put into the cemetery from a spreadsheet i found online.
I think I got it from here:
Added by GARY THORNTON on May 21, 2015 11:11 AM
|Christine Harty||RE: Charles Clinton Cox|
You are welcome, cousin!
Thank you for compiling together the Cox family tree.
Christine Cameron Harty
Added by Christine Harty on May 19, 2015 3:29 PM
|Celeste Simmons||RE: Pellett stone|
There are two separate cemeteries listed as one. One is in Passaic County (where I have never been). And the other is just down the road from where I live in Morris County. Someone has merged the two and now it is a huge mess. I regret ever doing memorials in this cemetery because I am constantly getting notifications on it. And I will always reply because otherwise people think I am just ignoring them. Sorry for any confusion. Have a wonderful day.
Added by Celeste Simmons on Apr 23, 2015 10:43 AM
|Patty C.||RE: Sanfords|
I added another photo to their memorials. They are buried with a Richard S. Woods (cemetery index has him as Wood). He was buried there on 11/01/1934. Age 15. I need to go back with a hand broom to clean off what I believe a groundhog may have done to get a better photo. Good luck in your research!
Added by Patty C. on Oct 15, 2014 8:18 AM
|Geo||RE: Frank Van Gorder|
Franks' marker was toward the rear of that section, and I did not see Sophie near his.
Added by Geo on Oct 10, 2014 6:58 PM
|Linda Burton Kochanov||RE: Bernice Riggs pic|
You're welcome. It's not a big stone. You're comment made me smile...do people really not take the whole stone??? Would you like a pulled back shot to see where Bernice is? Just let me know..FYI She's in section O.
Added by Linda Burton Kochanov on Aug 17, 2014 4:06 PM
|Fred Hammond||Laura Hammond Cox|
I posted a photograph of Laura Hammond Cox to her memorial. The photograph was found in a box of photos that my dad had of the family. She was a cousin of my great grandfather's.
Fred L Hammond
Added by Fred Hammond on Jul 13, 2014 4:01 PM
|Sandi Gill||Melvin Wanner|
Regarding your photo request for Mt. Zion: Do you have any notion where Melvin Wanner's grave is located? Even a section will help. I've seen Wanner's scattered here and there but it's a large cemetery.
Added by Sandi Gill on Jul 12, 2014 7:52 AM
|Deb||RE: Ditto pics|
You are most welcome, Jeff. We looked very closely at William Leo's marker, and the death date seemed to be April 1914, Aged 21 Yrs.
Added by Deb on Jul 10, 2014 7:27 PM
|Jeff Harvey||RE: Margaret Marr|
Just let me know!
Added by Jeff Harvey on Jul 09, 2014 2:40 PM
|Jeff Harvey||RE: Margaret Marr|
You bet, Jeff!! This lady is in the plot right next to some of my wife's ancestors!!! LOVE IT!!
Added by Jeff Harvey on Jul 09, 2014 2:23 PM
|sue sullivan||RE: Cox pics|
Added by sue sullivan on Jul 07, 2014 6:07 AM
|Debra Richards (Irishgirl355)||RE: Brasted pic|
You are so welcome. I also took a picture of his wife's headstone, Bess H. Brasted but didn't see a memorial for her.
Added by Debra Richards (Irishgirl... on Jun 21, 2014 4:25 AM
|Vickie Smejkal||RE: Dayton Grover - Findagrave|
Martha L. Grover b. 4 May 1878 in Newark, d. before 18 Feb 1947 (Her father's obit does not mention her). She married a Benjamin Sanford. I do not have anything more on her. She may be the same Martha Grover I found in Find A Grave in the Rosedale & Rosehill Cemetery located in Linden, New Jersey. There is a Benjamin F Sanford there too.
Emily Grover b. May 1885 in Newark, d. 23 Jan 1903 in Newark. She was interred 25 Jan 1903 in the Green-Wood Cemetery located in Brooklyn, Kings County, New York. Willhemina Grover is also buried in Green-Wood -- interred 29 Sep 1887.
(I recently obtained the Will Extract of Harriet Leete who purchased quite a few lots for family members, their spouses, and descendants. (Harriet Leete is Dayton's mother-in-law. Dayton's wife is buried in the Green-Wood Cemetery along with many other family members). (Your posting of Dayton's obit on my Find A Grave memorial site lead me to learning about the Green-Wood Cemetery which in turn lead me to obtaining the Will Extract). (The obit was a pot of gold for finding Leete & Bailey family members).
Ruth Grover b. Jan 1894 and d. before 26 Aug 1935 (Not finding the info I had to give me the before date. She is certainly deceased before 18 Feb 1947, as she too is not listed in her father's obit).
Looks like the only children who survived Dayton, according to the 18 Feb 1947 obit, were: Shedrick, Sarah Grover Rothlein, and Mary Grover Archer Umstead.
Hope this info is useful for you. It's all I have for now.
Added by Vickie Smejkal on Jul 04, 2014 10:36 PM
|Vickie Smejkal||Dayton Grover - Findagrave|
Thank you once again for the obit on Dayton -- it has unlocked the door to many more relatives, in New York of all places. (Not New Jersey).
So now I have Leete, Grover, Ferguson, & Bailey and hot on the trail of others and their kin.
Thank you for the pot of gold. :-)
Added by Vickie Smejkal on Jun 20, 2014 3:40 PM