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CoRector (#47302201)
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Barbara Wolf
RE: Hattie Shoemaker
Well I am glad I was able to help you with the photo and you are welcome for it. Hope you have some more good luck in tracking her down. Barb

Added by Barbara Wolf on Aug 04, 2015 4:26 PM

Sharon W
RE: Geraldine Bean
You're very welcome. Yes, the cemetery usually replaces the original stone with a new one when the second person is buried. A few times they have left the original and placed a new one next to it with only the second person's name on it.

Added by Sharon W on Jun 17, 2015 9:23 AM

RE: Hiram Rector
You're very welcome!

Added by Hutchhead on May 28, 2015 7:50 PM

RE: Pearl Van Oort
You're very welcome

Added by Cara on Mar 27, 2015 4:01 PM

Hobie Burgess
RE: Jay B. Roice
Happy to help with your search. Good luck finding the rest of his friends.

Added by Hobie Burgess on Dec 07, 2014 7:24 AM

judy lakkis
RE: Flo Ainsworth
you are welcomed.. The stone was rather worn and lucky it was a was a cloudy day so no reflections to worry about.

Added by judy lakkis on Dec 06, 2014 4:13 AM

Cheryl Hall
RE: Mary Whipple
Your welcome! I hope it helps.

Added by Cheryl Hall on Dec 01, 2014 3:43 PM

Photo for Hattie Wallace grave
Hello! I fulfilled your request for a photo of the grave of Hattie Wallace, buried in Milton-Freewater, OR. I cannot answer whether she is the Hattie Wallace you are looking for, but I thought it might help you to know that several other Wallace graves are right with hers. I photographed them all and attached to their existing memorials. The people who set up the memorials have included some information about them that might help you to identify Hattie. Unfortunately, there is no indication if Hattie was married. She is buried with Ella Wallace, Anna V. Wallace, Oscar T. Wallace, and P.M. Wallace. You should be able to find their memorials by searching the same cemetery. Hope this helps!

Added by Vonette on Sep 21, 2014 11:52 PM

Terence Ryan
RE: Opal Lynch
I guess that we are both in luck. The headstone has been finished. By the way, I did a little photoshopping and included an inset at the top right of the picture. Often, something is done on the back side of the headstone, and in this case, it is a wonderful tribute to her years of teaching. That was very thoughtful. If you would like to have the separate photos, I can forward them to you.

Added by Terence Ryan on Apr 09, 2014 4:53 PM

Terence Ryan
RE: Opal Lynch
No problem. I am leaving the request open so that I can upload a photo. Will let you know how it turns out. Terry

Added by Terence Ryan on Apr 06, 2014 10:01 PM

Terence Ryan
RE: Opal Lynch
Thank you. It will be later in the week before I get back up there as I live in Montrose.

Added by Terence Ryan on Apr 06, 2014 7:24 PM

Terence Ryan
Opal Lynch
That will help a bunch. Is the stone under the name Lynch or Slay?

Added by Terence Ryan on Apr 06, 2014 3:15 PM

Dwayne Owens
RE: Trucking
Thanks for the reply and glad I could help. I too miss the trucks now that I am retired. I am pretty familiar with Colorado as I went to high school in Montrose and then 15 yrs. in Denver but then I got cold so I went where it was warmer.

Added by Dwayne Owens on Aug 12, 2013 12:39 PM

Dwayne Owens
RE: Frank VanderStoep
The only one who can edit a memorial is the one who created it or the one who is the manager of it. Anyone can post a picture but that is all I can do. I would suggest you write to the one listed as having created it and ask them to make the changes you want. You can also ask them to give the memorial to you to manage and then you can make the changes you want. Many of these memorials are done by people who have no connection to the people in them. I have found many of my relatives memorial's that someone else created and asked for the management of them and they were glad to be able to help. Thank you for the reply

Added by Dwayne Owens on Aug 12, 2013 12:33 PM

Brenda & Pete
RE: John H. Young
Hi Connie,

You are so very welcome. Am always glad when we can help someone find a long lost relative. And a sincere thank you such as the one you gave is always enough. Have a great evening and hope you are successful in your search.

Brenda & Pete

Added by Brenda & Pete on Jul 08, 2013 8:03 PM

Brenda & Pete
RE: John H. Young
Hi Connie,

First let me say you are welcome. It was our pleasure to be able to help.

And....was wondering if you have looked at John's memorial again. A photo has been added that I found from a newspaper and an article as well. I contacted Bob and he did do some corrections....he kind of goofed on the number he still hasn't gotten it right. He didn't change the whole number. He is now showing he was a part of 241st Field Artillery.
But....John's marker does show that he was in the 341st Field Artillery as well as the news article about him. Hope this helps.

Brenda & Pete

Added by Brenda & Pete on Jul 05, 2013 7:26 PM

Brenda Mellett
RE: Vincent V. Lake
Hi, Well, I will be going out to Green Hill again soon and I will see if I can find another Vincent Lake there.

Added by Brenda Mellett on May 05, 2013 1:03 PM

RE: Elvira Rector
You are welcome. I had about 4 others to take while I was there, so it was not a problem.

Sharon C.

Added by SC22 on Nov 13, 2012 6:15 PM

Glenn Harris
Anna Van Meeteren
Her husband Richard passed away in March of this year. There was no memorial for him so I created one and posted the monument photo. Do you want me to transfer management of his memorial over to you?


Added by Glenn Harris on Aug 02, 2012 7:43 AM

Glenn Harris
RE: Peter & Sadie Van Oort and Van Meeteren
Your welcome. As I said earlier, there apparently was no one up in that part of the world to take the pictures. i got a message from a guy who just joined find a grave and has volunteered to take photos that lives in Sheldon so it should be better in the future. If any of the remaining 124 requests (or the ones in the other two cemeteries) are yours he should be getting to them in the near future.

Added by Glenn Harris on Aug 02, 2012 7:39 AM

Glenn Harris
RE: Gertrude & Wein Van Oort
Your welcome. I was surprised when I saw that no one had responded to any of the grave requests for that cemetery in over three years. I guess no one lives up there. I was going to be up close to there today so I thought I'd run over and get as many as I could until my legs gave out. (-:

Added by Glenn Harris on Jul 31, 2012 10:05 PM

jim parker
RE: Sarah White, Joshua Rice, and Emma Buxton

I was able to make a trip back to the Greenhill Cemetery in Johnstown.

First on Sarah White's husband, Thomas. There is nothing around her for a Thomas. On the back of her stone has a son's transcription, John White. And beside Sarah is a Lorenzo White. I will being placing both of these on the site here in either later this evening or tomorrow. There are a number of White's buried in Greenhill, so it will be a little harder to find at this moment.

Now with Emma Buxton's husband. He also is not beside her. A Lake family is to the side, and it looks to be another grave on her other side, but no marker for it. I did do a basic search on Rufus, and found his death certificate on The death certificate has his burial in an Alexander Cemetery. I tried to locate this cemetery and can not find one in Licking County. I do know this is the correct death certificate as Emma is listed as wife and she also filled the information out for the death certificate. It also had their address at 94 Neil Ave in Newark at the time of his death.

Wish I could have been more of a help with you on these two husbands, but at this time it is unknown where they are located at. Maybe contacting Greenhill office might prove something. They could go through their books and see what they find on these two gentlemen.

Happy Hunting,


Added by jim parker on Jul 17, 2012 6:40 PM

jim parker
RE: Sarah White, Joshua Rice, and Emma Buxton

Your welcome.

I will make a note of these two and when I get a chance to get back over there I will see. Sarah's stone I can remember where we found her, Emma, I have to rethink of where she was. But I will try to get over there sometime in the next week or so.


Added by jim parker on Jul 15, 2012 8:02 AM

Art Block
RE: Lory Lake request
I will be out of town for a couple of weeks. I'll try to get back out to the cemetery after I return home and see what I can find. Most of the stones are very hard to read. Your idea is a good one.

Added by Art Block on Jul 07, 2012 12:39 PM

Laural N. D.
Maris's stones
Hi Connie, I called the cemetery and there is no information connecting Ella to anyone else. To the north of her is buried Anna Maria Sjoberg with the flat stone.
There is no stone for Arie Maris but if you click on the photo I posted you will get exact location of where the grave is in the photo.
Good luck with your search.

Added by Laural N. D. on Feb 27, 2012 10:55 AM


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