|Ace||Emma Moss at Forest Home Cemetery|
Hi! I need the burial Section and Lot Numbers in order to take a photograph for you. This cemetery's staff does not help photo volunteers, and the burial location is not available anywhere else.
Last year I fulfilled over 450 photo requests at this cemetery after the burial location was provided.
Added by Ace on Apr 15, 2016 4:07 PM
|Jeanie Wiesler||Photo requests|
You had asked for photos of the graves of the babies of Elijah S. Pershing and Ida Mae Litherland, Elmer, Angie, William and Marshall.
I visited the Raglesville Cemetery earlier this month. Elijah and Ida's headstones are in an area marked off by a boarder. Inside that border are four small headstones in a row. Only the first is at all legible: PERSHING 190 D. I think those are likely to be the four babies, but, of course, can't be sure.
I have a picture if you want.
Added by Jeanie Wiesler on Jul 24, 2015 1:20 PM
|Bob R||RE: Adams family|
You're welcome. There were other family members on other sides of the stone as well--Elizabeth, Leroy and Cornelia. If you wish to make memorials for them, I'll post the photos.
Added by Bob R on Oct 22, 2013 10:18 AM
|Sherry Hess||RE: Mesquite City Cemetery|
Awesome thank you very much. Have a great weekend.
Added by Sherry Hess on Oct 06, 2012 9:18 AM
|Sherry Hess||Mesquite City Cemetery|
You have taken a photo for Clarissa and Stephen Linge may I share you photo with my family in my family tree giving you credit for taking the photo.
Added by Sherry Hess on Oct 05, 2012 4:04 PM
|Sherry Hess||Mesquite City|
Added by Sherry Hess on Oct 05, 2012 4:02 PM
|S PRICE Nance||Glen Elder|
Thank you so much for trying to locate the burial for Glen Elder.
Added by S PRICE Nance on Aug 05, 2012 8:39 AM
|PATTY McFERREN-BLANTON & JR BLANTON||Photo for Patricia Kase|
Ooops..hit enter too soon!
THANK YOU for that beautiful photo for Patricia. I know her family will deeply appreciate it!
Added by PATTY McFERREN-BLANTON & ... on Aug 05, 2012 4:36 AM
|PATTY McFERREN-BLANTON & JR BLANTON||Photo for Patricia Kase|
Added by PATTY McFERREN-BLANTON & ... on Aug 05, 2012 4:34 AM
Thanks for being part of find a grave.
Added by Kay on Jul 27, 2012 10:40 AM
|TRZVILLE||RE: Frost family|
It's not a problem. Let me know if you are needing anyone else from there.
Added by TRZVILLE on Jun 10, 2011 2:51 PM
|Undertaker's Gr-Granddaughter||RE: Quigley - Somers|
If you want, I'll let you know whenever I run across a Quigley or a Somers in the Boonville area. :o)
Added by Undertaker's Gr-Granddaug... on Feb 21, 2011 11:02 AM
|Steve Nordyke||RE: Frost Family|
I sent you an email. I think I can help you all the way down your line.
Added by Steve Nordyke on Oct 22, 2010 9:11 PM
|Mark Nielson||Martha Millar|
Thank you for the gravestone picture. I appreciate your service.
Added by Mark Nielson on Jul 22, 2010 12:06 AM
|Debbie Gibson||Woodland Cemetery, Adams, IL|
I have looked through the Woodland Cemetery Books and it says Francis O. Meyer died July 21, 1932 no stone, Ellanah Meyers died June 30, 1933 no stone, George Hardyman d. Dec 30 1932 no stone, Obediah Hardyman d. Jan 22, 1931 no stone. I was out at Woodland today and could not find any of them on that plot but looked through the book for them. Now Frank Hardyman, Anna Hardyman Wikoff, George and Stella Karson, and Sarah J. Hardyman are said to have stones so I will be venturing there again to look for these folks.
Added by Debbie Gibson on May 24, 2010 6:25 PM
|Loose Moose||Josiah Houston|
Thanks for taking the time and getting my photo!
Added by Loose Moose on May 07, 2010 8:43 AM
|Penny Palmer||John D Burks|
I believe the death date on the stone for John D Burks should 2 Mar 1886 per the Iowa State Cemetary Records. He is an ancestor of mine.
Thanks for your work!
Added by Penny Palmer on Apr 15, 2010 4:43 PM
|Barry Atkinson||RE: Jonnie & Harold Leymaster|
Jenny, Your welcome, if you would like I could take flowers on birthday and death anniversary.
Added by Barry Atkinson on Feb 15, 2010 10:39 PM
|Barry Atkinson||Jonnie & Harold Leymaster|
I visted the grave site for Jonnie & Harold, they are side my side in a very pretty area. Sacramento Memorial Lawn, in section called Holly, in Row 17 Graves 87 and 88. Jonnie was born December 31, 1900. Harold grave stone just has born 1898 and died 1988. Hope this helps.
Added by Barry Atkinson on Feb 15, 2010 7:18 PM
|Claire||Church Street Cemetery and Quigley graves|
My husband and I drove over to Mobile today and fulfilled your photo requests on Find A Grave. We did find the 4 graves you requested and no other Quigleys. In fact, we checked a map of the cemetery to ensure there were no others. The Church Street Cemetery was one of the first cemeteries in Mobile, but filled up with victims of a yellow fever epidemic in the 1830s (I think). Magnolia Cemetery was opened about then and became the city cemetery. If you think there are more Quigleys around, they are probably in Magnolia. Magnolia is about 6 city blocks long and and 3 or 4 blocks wide, so without a location, it would be impossible to find people. There is an office and also a "friends of Magnolia" which would have information on where people are buried.
As we were leaving Church Street Cemetery, we drove the block to Government St. While we were stopped at the light, I glanced to the left and there was a historical marker for the "Quigley House". We took a photo of the marker and a couple of different shots of the house, if you think you are related to Mrs Susan Quigley, who bought the house in 1901.
Added by Claire on Jan 09, 2010 8:17 PM
|Susan Faught||Drakeville Cem|
I know you don't have any further info on this infant buried in the Drakesville cemetery but I have two children listed as being buried there. Thomas Faught b. Dec 12, 1845 in Hendricks Co., IN - Dec 1847 Drakesville; and Nancy I Faught b. in Drakesville 1850 and died before April of 1854. They were the children of Willis and Nancy Ellen Lockman Faught. Nancy Lockmans parents are also buried there. Thomas Lockman and Mary Polly Skelton. I saw you had an unknown infant and I just wondered if it was near the Lockmans in any way.
Nancy Ellen Lockman and Willis Faught came to Sonoma Co., CA starting out from Drakesville in April of 1854, leaving behind two children in a Drakeville cemetery. I don't know if they had a stone or not.
Added by Susan Faught on Dec 18, 2009 3:49 AM
Your quite welcome, great site for getting help and helping out ;)
Added by Karen on Jun 24, 2009 8:47 PM
You are welcome. When I get back to the cemetery I will try to get a better one. You mentioned cousin, Blatchley or Parsons?
Added by Mel on Jun 16, 2009 11:20 AM
|Scherrie Adams-Ambré||RE: Randy C Leavitt|
My brother and I knew him as Randy. My brother was touched to find his friend "Randy C Leavitt" in the archives while we were looking for someone else. I checked Find A Grave under Randy C Leavitt the way it was listed in the newspaper and nothing came up. It didn't occur to me to check under Randall, which is written in the RJ's obituary for him. My apologies for the duplicate and appreciate your willingness to help me.
Added by Scherrie Adams-Ambré on Apr 26, 2009 7:54 AM
|Scherrie Adams-Ambré||Randy C Leavitt|
I got a message that there was already a picture for this memorial. However when I opened the memorial page the only picture on the page is of the cementery, So I don't what happened. I would greatly appreciate if you could fill the photo request.
Thank you.... Scherrie
Added by Scherrie Adams-Ambré on Apr 25, 2009 5:11 PM