|Jim Macey (#47185696)|
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Born and bred in Battle Creek, MI, I've lived from Boston to San Diego, with stops in Pittsburgh, El Paso, Chicago, Philadelphia, and now in New Mexico. Great memories! My grandfather and all but one of his siblings left Victorian/Edwardian London for jobs in Canada. They ended up all moving to either Battle Creek or Detroit, MI. My wife and I just had some time in Ontario (Jul 2010)where we made grave shots of many of her relatives all around Perth County.|
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|Mary S||RE: Chattilon|
You’re welcome, Jim!
This is an older section of Mount Olive, where many gravestones are missing or too worn to read. You can contact Marilyn Kramer at the Catholic Cemeteries of St. Louis south office at Resurrection Cemetery, which holds the records for Mount Olive. firstname.lastname@example.org
She can send you a plot map, which will show whether or not there originally was a stone. There is no charge for this this service for family researchers; donations are appreciated. Their website includes burial records from the archdiocesan cemeteries (not parish cemeteries unless run by the archdiocese).
Below is the list of burials in the plot where the Chattilons are buried. Joseph’s burial date is the cemetery’s code for unknown date of burial. I did notice an O’Donnell stone in the vicinity. I’ll check around it the next time I go.
125587 Mount Olive Joseph Chattilon M Jan 1, 1700 999 001 0776
127014 Mount Olive Blanche V Fischer F Jun 19, 1963 77 001 0776
127017 Mount Olive John G Fischer M Feb 14, 1976 90 001 0776
129810 Mount Olive Philomena Litensdorffer F Jan 1, 1700 58 001 0776
131212 Mount Olive Eulalia Odonell F Jun 6, 1910 66 001 0776
443773 Mount Olive Angeline P Fischer F May 1, 1991 69 001 0776
494745 Mount Olive Elizabeth Chattilon F Dec 28, 1916 66 001 0776
Added by Mary S on May 23, 2017 10:32 PM
|Brooks||RE: Martin Smith|
My pleasure. Sorry not to find a marker though.
Added by Brooks on May 19, 2017 12:52 PM
|Peter Cox||Rose Ortelli - St Pancras cemetery|
I've submitted an edit giving the burial plot for Rose. This is a communal grave that she shares with 20 others. I did not have time to visit this area of the cemetery, but there is unlikely to be a marker or headstone. She is also listed in the cemetery records as Rosa not Rose.
|Peter Cox||Arthur Rowsell - Islington cemetery|
From the edit I have submitted you will see that the Block number is missing. Without this it will be more difficult to pinpoint the exact location of Arthur's grave. However, I can advise you that this is a communal grave that he shares with 23 others. There is unlikely to be a marker or headstone and it is very possible that the area will be badly overgrown.
|Peter Cox||Ann Larman - Islington cemetery|
I have added a general photo of the area where Ann is buried - from the caption you will see that she is in a communal grave with 17 others. If you wish me to remove the photo please let me know. You may also be interested to know that the burial records have Ann's first name as Annie.
|Peter Cox||Alice Mitchell - Islington cemetery|
You will see that I have submitted an edit that gives a more accurate location of Alice's final resting place. I would advise you however, that this is a communal grave and she is with 19 others. There is unlikely to be a marker or headstone. If you still wish to retain your photo request it would be helpful if your were able to ascertain the Block number. I would also advise you that most of the areas that contain communal graves are badly overgrown.
|Andrew Holstein||Greenwood Cemetary Request|
Please find out as much info as you can about the location of the stone. I was there today 12/23/2016 and it was tough to find stones. There wasn't an office or anyone on the property and for some reason all of the street/lot signs were painted over in black. I will try again another time.
|SarniaKid||RE: Johnson family|
So glad you like it---it took me a while finding him! When I went to the section I swallowed hard because it was all flat markers, but I just started walking the rows and he popped up! I had tried before without luck but today was good! I love a challenge!
Hi Jim---Yesterday I added a couple more Johnsons in St. Peter's---Angela and Patrick. Not sure if they are ones you would be interested in, but just letting you know in case:
It was a pleasure to do the photo for you! I did have a bit of a problem with the bright sunlight and their headstone being under a small bush/tree, but I persevered and voila!
Take care---if ever you need photos in St. Peter's please don't hesitate to let me know. It's something I love doing!
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