|Wanda||Durant, Alice Booth|
Mrs. Durant was cremated at Mountain View, but interred at Angeles Abbey Mausoleum, Compton, CA.
I haven't been inside of the Mausoleum, but from the street it is a beautiful Moroccan inspired building with a gleaming tile roof.
I hope that this information helps...
Added by Wanda on Oct 15, 2016 12:31 PM
You're welcome. .. it was my pleasure.
Added by DebraLee on Jun 30, 2016 9:24 PM
|Grey Ghost||RE: Jay HollisWhite|
You are very welcome.
Added by Grey Ghost on Apr 03, 2016 2:09 PM
|Rudy Brockmueller||RE: Rapp & Mueller|
I enjoy it! It was very cloudy today when I took pictures so some stones were hard to read. I will get back there sometime. I would suggest that you make a photo request for this other person and put a note in your request for the poem. That way I will see it and be reminded to stop for a photo. I have a very good memory but it's short!
Added by Rudy Brockmueller on Nov 17, 2015 11:47 AM
There are no headstones on Lot 75 in Section 35
Added by Patty on Sep 25, 2015 6:53 PM
|Michael||Albert and Clara Mendel (Crown Hill Cemetery)|
You are very welcome on the photo. I am glad I could help. I am usually not that fast in getting photos on memorials.
Thanks for the information for Albert and Clara Mendel. I have added it to their memorials.
Added by Michael on Sep 21, 2015 7:10 PM
|Kris D||RE: Thank you!|
You are welcome! Sorry to find it in such bad shape. I did send in an edit to add her maiden name; there are a lot of Purples at Moodus Cemetery. The largest monument in the cemetery is for the Albert E Purple family.
Added by Kris D on Sep 06, 2015 6:51 AM
|angrybunny||The Kinneys in Mt. Morris.|
I found what I believe is a plot for them, but the entire cemetery is in a very sad condition. I uploaded the pictures for you. I spent a few hours scouring the cemetery for numerous stones and I didn't come across any other Kinneys. Given that Chapel Hill cemetery was also used to relocate burials from a cemetery that had to be moved when Chapel St was built, and the general state of chaos of the place, I don't believe Louisa's,Elsa's or Amanda's stones will be found.
If you have a rough idea of where their plots SHOULD be I'll be more than happy to go back and scour the grounds again.
Added by angrybunny on Sep 20, 2014 12:19 PM
|m hendriksen||RE: Zatorski|
You're very welcome !
Added by m hendriksen on May 04, 2014 5:54 AM
|Engraved In Stone||RE: Lydia Bixby|
You're welcome. I took the picture first, then volunteered to take it. Sneaky of me. In the winter time I find it better to see if I can find the grave and it's not under a foot of snow!
Added by Engraved In Stone on Mar 11, 2014 9:01 AM
|Diane Siniard||RE: Henry Hewitt|
You are very welcome! I did add his wife's headstone photo as well for you. If you need more photos from this cemetery or another in the area please feel free to let me know. I do have websites that have all the cemeteries that I and others have photographed and you can view them by county from the NC site at http://nc.lostsoulsgenealogy.com/countylist.htm
Just click on the county you want to see then click on the cemetery link and if the county isn't linked you can try the cemetery site: http://nccems.lostsoulsgenealogy.com/countylist.htm
If I don't have the cemetery online just let me know what county and the location and I have people in a lot of places all over NC that can try and get the cemetery photographed so that I can post it online for you.
Added by Diane Siniard on Feb 04, 2014 5:17 PM
|fast eddy||RE: Frank Wm Kinney|
Ms. Irene White
In case you have not visited the cemetery, Marywood, located on Tyndall AFB, here in Florida.
It is in bad, bad shape. Basically it is unkept, a contractor cuts the grass, twice a year, nothing else.
Most of the grave markers are faded and or weather beaten so bad, the engraving is gone.
If you can provide me with some idea as to where those you would like to have a photo of, I would be happy to do that for you.
Keep in mind, the photo may be of a empty barren area.
PS: I am retired military, so I do have access to the cemetery in question.
Added by fast eddy on Dec 27, 2013 4:12 PM
|Brad Campbell||RE: Searl family|
It turned out to be a warming, sunny day today after several gray, typically cold Northeast Ohio days. Your request came at the perfect time for me to get out and enjoy the change in weather.
Glad to help!
Added by Brad Campbell on Dec 27, 2013 2:22 PM
|Mike Niethe||Chauncey Leonard|
Irene, I saw your photo request for Chauncey Leonard.
That monument is already on Find-A-Grave. Perhaps you missed it.
I'm familiar with the monument because it's one of the most interesting monuments in Cold Springs. I walk by it a couple times a week.
Let me know if you are interested in any of the other Leonard gravestones there.
Added by Mike Niethe on Dec 07, 2013 10:49 AM
|Blake Allison Andrews||RE: Chester Baker|
Hi Irene, I emailed you before I got a chance to see that the other head stones of the Baker family have already been photographed by someone else. The photos that are there are the same pictures I took.
Added by Blake Allison Andrews on Nov 04, 2013 6:56 AM
|James Bianco||Phineas Leonard|
I was actually there (at Springfield St. Cemetery in Agawam) looking for someone else and I end up usually taking pictures of any older stone I can find. I didn't even see your request until I got home, but I had a picture of the stone anyway. If there are any more in the area you need let me know. I don't have Leonard in my direct line, but I do in collateral lines, it's the oldest family in Agawam.
Added by James Bianco on Nov 03, 2013 2:55 PM
|Blake Allison Andrews||Chester Baker|
Hi, I have added a photo of Chester Baker's headstone per your request. Also, his parents Hosea and Betsy Baker's stone is nearby as are an "infant daughter" and another small unmarked stone, could be that of the other infant sibling. If you'd like photos of the parents and the siblings, please put in a photo request and I'll be glad to upload as well.
Added by Blake Allison Andrews on Oct 29, 2013 5:41 PM
This stone is leaning forward about 45 degrees. If you or whomever you are researching for, wishes to, you can contact our Cemetery Commission and inquire as to cost.
If interested, contact me.
Added by Shelnut on Apr 22, 2013 11:40 AM
|Marilyn Nichols Trumbull||RE: Thanks!|
No, the weaather is very cold & snow is on the way again next week. I took thosep pics ast Aug. & Sept. I hadn't edited & posted them.
Currently I'm healing from a spinal cord injury I incurred at the hands of a pain mgmt doc from a steroid injection. My wheelchair & left chair are my very close friends & I've got lots of time.
I'm very happy to help.
Added by Marilyn Nichols Trumbull on Jan 15, 2013 6:34 PM
Thanks for the info. I obviously do not have her parents' names, but I have added a note to her memorial asking anyone who knows to contact me. I will add that info immediately if and when I find out, so keep an eye on her memorial.
Added by skye on Jan 15, 2013 3:37 PM
Jasper Holman's grave is on findagrave if you wish to take a look. He is buried with his 1st wife. The Clark gravestones are nowhere to be found... yet. I have discovered Halcy's on findagrave in Rome, Ohio
Added by Summertime on Oct 27, 2012 9:42 PM
|Summertime||RE: Correction -|
Do you have grave locations for Jane or Henry Lemuel? They almost have to be buried somewhere in Morgan Township.
I'm having trouble getting somebody to look
Added by Summertime on Oct 27, 2012 9:39 PM
|Summertime||RE: Henry Lemuel Clark|
Thanks for the quick reply.
You will notice that I have all the census info posted.
I suppose the question that I have is:
Why is there an Ashtabula marriage record of Lucia Stevens to Henry L Clark 3 Oct 1854?
If Jane died in 1859, who did Henry L Clark marry Lucia Stevens in 1854?
If the Ashtabula marriage record is incorrect, then you might be correct that Henry L's daughter Lucy is also a child of Jane Leonard
Added by Summertime on Oct 27, 2012 8:09 PM
|Summertime||Henry Lemuel Clark|
I feel fairly certain of Rachel Abigail, Emma Augusta, and Ellen Clark were all children of Henry Lemuel and Lucy Moses.
Added by Summertime on Oct 27, 2012 7:36 PM
|Summertime||Henry Lemuel Clark|
Added by Summertime on Oct 27, 2012 7:34 PM