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Chuck Lewis (#48122622)
 member for 3 years, 9 months, 21 days
RE: Gregg family in Sunset Memorial, Hoquiam, WA
You are welcome!
Yes, you may use the Greggs' marker photos in your Ancestry account.

Added by StacyC27 on Jan 31, 2017 3:44 PM

Gregg family in Sunset Memorial, Hoquiam, WA

Emma Grace Gregg does NOT have a marker (according to cemetery records).
Walter C Gregg (husband) is NOT buried in Hoquiam, WA. According to the 1930 census, they were living in Queens, NY on 15 April. NY death records have Walter C dying just over a month later on 30 May 1930. He's most likely buried there.
Walter L (son) does have a marker.
Jean Elizabeth (dau.) has her name stamped in the grave curbing.
There is an "Infant Gregg" listed in the cemetery records as being in the same grave as Jean Elizabeth. Based on the 1910 census which indicates that Walter C & Emma had 3 children, 1 of whom was still living (Grace), I would say that Jean and the "unnamed infant" are actually the same person.

Added by StacyC27 on Jan 31, 2017 1:35 PM

June Brown
RE: Jefferson Henry Jackson Memorial
I have a copy of his death certificate. If you have access to, you can get his certificate. If not, I can scan it and put it on Find a grave

Added by June Brown on Jan 16, 2017 4:54 PM

RE: John A Roesser's Marker
Y'r Welcome! John

Added by JSKDKS on Jan 08, 2017 6:54 AM

Jane Feldmann Cook
You are very welcome. I'll be glad to get back there too but have too much work to do and it's a little too cold this weekend. Have fun. Jane

Added by Jane Feldmann Cook on Jan 06, 2017 6:46 AM

Jane Feldmann Cook
Baby Passarella edit.
Oops! Thank you so much for the correction on the date. Jane

Added by Jane Feldmann Cook on Jan 05, 2017 4:37 PM

James Francis Roesser
You are welcome for the photo. Glad you were pleased with the Teddy Bear.

Added by LKat on Jan 02, 2017 5:11 PM

Ray Bartlett
RE: Kathleen E Gutkoska
Hi Chuck,

I am glad you found Kathleen's memorial in the Baltimore Sun that too is where I got my information to create a memorial for her while researching another individual with the surname of Gutkoska.

You mentioned that 'Garrison Forest Cemetery doesn't show her in their records' so I was wondering, did you actually call them to verify or did you use an online site that lists names of those who are buried there? I ask because many of the web sites are not up-to-date. Another option is to visit the cemetery because most likely they have a kiosk located outside the main building where you can type in names to find the location of those buried within the cemetery.


Added by Ray Bartlett on Dec 28, 2016 12:26 AM

Judie Custer
RE: White Marker
So glad I could help you out. Go ahead and use the photo for ancestry. I just claimed the new Deck request. The cemetery is close to where I live so I'm normally over there at least once a week. Right now I'm playing catch up as I've been out of town for a few weeks so my visits are more frequent.

Added by Judie Custer on Oct 18, 2016 6:52 AM

Judie Custer
RE: Nettie Deck Grave Plot - Pt 2
You're welcome! Glad I could help. Feel free to use the photo on

Added by Judie Custer on Oct 15, 2016 7:12 PM

Fred Sanford
RE: Martin Marker
You're welcome! Also, since you're there already -
check out Carl Braatz in Cedar Hill - F.A.G. ID # 96241199 - leave some flowers too!
That time of year will soon be upon us!

Added by Fred Sanford on Oct 14, 2016 10:19 AM

Daniel Hendricks # 91604936
I believe the picture that you have posted here belongs to Daniel's father Daniel # 91604926 who died in 1847, not to Daniel of this memorial who died in 1852. Way too many Daniel's!!


Added by Marilee on Jun 27, 2016 11:17 AM

RE: McKinzie Markers
You're welcome! There were no other McKinzies listed in the online records. (Scroll to the bottom). There were two Klett markers right next to them. I did take photos of those.

Added by Leslie on May 19, 2016 5:33 PM

RE: Robert Nelson
You're very welcome. It was an honor to take the pictures for you.


Added by TFJ on May 02, 2016 6:12 PM

Glenn Wallace
Mary Hunter
Thank you, Chuck, for finding and photographing Mary's memorial. I truly appreciate it~!

Added by Glenn Wallace on Mar 22, 2016 9:42 AM

RE: Crum Marker
Your VERY Welcome. It was a Beautiful day today to walk the cemetery!

Added by Debbie on Mar 01, 2016 5:49 PM

W. Warder
RE: Gittings Plot
You're welcome.

Added by W. Warder on Feb 26, 2016 9:27 AM

Historic Congressional Cemetery Archivist
RE: Richard and Ella Harding
Send your email address to with the names and range/sites you are interested in and I will check for you.

Added by Historic Congressional Ce... on Feb 09, 2016 3:49 PM

Bob Olsen
RE: Abram Harding Photos
The burial is where you see the stone. The larger stones on other graves were placed after research by family's.
If you email me at I can send you documents from the soldiers home concerning Abram.

Added by Bob Olsen on Feb 04, 2016 5:02 PM

Margaret M Neville
RE: Pic Laura A Geary Armstrong # 143238388
My grandmother is a Geary. Her mom and dad are John Geary and Nora C Donnelly Geary. (which you took a pic of. Thank You.

My Grandmother Mary Elizabeth Geary married John William Schrufer in 1914. My mom Rita Mary Schrufer Neville married Raymond R Neville. (they adopted 6 children) so by blood I am not related but my mom is.

Hope that helps. I will also give you access to my tree.


Added by Margaret M Neville on Jan 08, 2016 1:44 PM

Margaret M Neville
Pic Laura A Geary Armstrong # 143238388
Thanks for taking the picture of the headstone. I really appreciate your help.
So do you think that the Geary family you are looking up and the Geary family I am looking up could be related?

Added by Margaret M Neville on Jan 08, 2016 10:11 AM

Nichole Swan
RE: Your Grandmother Doris
Hi Chuck,

My grandmother's maiden name is indeed Geary. She doesn't know much (if anything) about that side of the family, though, as he left the family when she was around 2. She does have his death records from when he died in Ohio, though.

Since my grandfather passed, she's been kind of a private person, but I'm sure she'd like to speak to you. Can you text your contact information to (443) 579-4263? I'll have her get in touch with you. Thanks!

Added by Nichole Swan on Nov 06, 2015 11:33 AM

Margaret M Neville
RE: pixs of Ahern, Geary tombstones
Hi Chuck,
I am not sure if the Ahern's are related to the Geary's that I am looking for. I have a feeling that they are related and probably cousins. I can get to my great grandfather whose name is John Geary and his wife's name is Mary ? for maiden name. They had 2 children my grandmother Mary and her brother John J. Geary.
My great grandparents lived on Cleveland Street according to the 1900 Census.
I have a feeling that my great grandfather had 4 other brothers when they came to America from Ireland and all went their separate ways. My mom had said something about that when I was younger. I would be very interested to connect on Ancestry my tree name is RNEVILLE and my email is

Added by Margaret M Neville on Oct 13, 2015 6:48 AM

Margaret M Neville
pixs of Ahern, Geary tombstones
I thank you for taking the pixs at New Cathederal Cemetary today. I really appreciate it.
I am wondering if the Geary's you have managed could be relatives of the Geary's you took pixs of today.
I am searching for Geary which is my grand mothers maiden name and I am also looking for her grandmothers maiden name of Reilly.
Any help in this search would be greatly appreciated.
Thanks again for taking the pics.

Added by Margaret M Neville on Oct 12, 2015 8:05 PM

RE: Joan Hilderbrand Marker
You are very welcome.
I also appreciate your efforts to Celebrate Volunteerism.

Added by BobBoston on Sep 04, 2015 8:20 PM


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