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I WILL HONOR MOST TRANSFER REQUESTS. I definitely transfer out of guidelines. Please ask.
If I am related to the person being requested I may choose to keep the memorial. To request a transfer go to the memorial and click on the Edit button. Then choose the option "Suggest any other correction or addition". In the box that comes up simply request a transfer - you do not need to explain to me how you are related or why you want the memorial. If you list multiple memorials in the same request be sure to include a link to all memorials or at least the memorial #s, full names, and dates. If you request all memorials for a last name ... i.e. all Smiths ... be careful as you may get a LOT of memorials.
I no longer post my email on my profile page. It is gravehunting @ glenda.com (without the spaces, of course).
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|blt||Nancy Bromley Thompson|
Yes... I saw her maiden name (Bromley) on Find A Grave, but I didn't see any Bromley graves either. I see her siblings are buried in a different cemetery. Is it possible that she is buried there and not in Lawn Cemetery?
GOOD LUCK in your quest to find her! There are remnants of graves and stones off the edge of the cemetery in the woods that is doing its best to reclaim the land! I looked for her marker, but to no avail. As I said, I will look again when I go to that cemetery again.
Added by blt on Aug 13, 2017 2:48 PM
Hello- You requested a photo of Nancy Thompson's grave site over two years ago! Today, I walked the entire cemetery, but I did not find her grave....that is NOT to say it is not there. I just did not find it!
I am writing to say I did find a grave marker for Harland and Bernice Thompson. I do not know if they are related at all, but I created a memorial page for each of them and uploaded a photo of their grave marker. (Harland Find A Grave # 182320434)
I will look for Nancy's grave the next time I go to the Lawn Cemetery of Beaverdam (Erie County, Pennsylvania). Do you have any information on the section or row of her grave in the cemetery?
Added by blt on Aug 12, 2017 6:50 PM
|Edie||RE: New format|
I know I will get used to it. I need to give feedback. I like some things. Just the memorial needs to be tightened up a bit so you don't have to scroll so much --
Stay away from the bears! ;-)
Added by Edie on Aug 08, 2017 11:06 PM
|Edie||RE: New format|
Weird! I'll have to check that out. Are you home?
Added by Edie on Aug 08, 2017 10:28 PM
|Edie||RE: What do you think?|Added by Edie on Aug 08, 2017 10:28 PM
|Robert La Mont||Charles Maxim La Mont|
You know so much about my grandfather, Charles Maxim La Mont. I had never seen his grave before. But, you say he had only 2 children with Alice May Walters, but he had 3. My father, Henry Paul La Mont, was the youngest, born in 1920 in Rock River Wyoming.
Can you tell me where you got your information about Charles Maxim La Mont? I am trying to find his ancestors. I would also like to find any relatives. I've lost track of my cousins on the La Mont side.
Anything would be helpful.
Robert La Mont
Hi, just found his obit online, don't know if he's one of the Bromleys you might be interested in. Don't know where he's buried, if he is.
Harold L. "Sonny" Bromley, 69, of Wattsburg, Pa., succumbed to cancer at his home surrounded by his family on May 27, 2017. He was born January 1, 1948 to Harold R. Bromley and Earla J. Sweet Bromley.
Harold "Sonny" is survived by: his wife of 49 years, Marietta; a daughter, Lisa (David) Skinner, a son Timothy L. Bromley (Nichole Compton); two brothers, Frank (Lori) Piscitelli and Jerry (Kathy) Sweet, Sr.; six grandsons, Anthony (Courtney) Skinner, Timothy (Julie) Skinner, Samuel Skinner, Tyler Bromley, Nathan Dunn and William Prince II; two great-grandsons, Jayden Skinner and Austin Oakes; one great-granddaughter, Autum Oakes, cousins, nephews and nieces.
He is preceded in death by his parents, Harold R. Bromley and Earla J. Bromley and his son Ronald A. Bromley.
He was a strong willed, stubborn man who would do anything for his family. He loved hunting, fishing and watching wrestling. He also loved spending time with his grandchildren and showing them the old man still had it.
Funeral Services will be private. Arrangements by the Spitzer Funeral Home, Clymer. N.Y.
Sign the Guestbook at www.GoErie.com/obits.
Find A Grave Memorial# 179899023
Added by CABrown on Jul 24, 2017 5:02 AM
|CABrown||RE: NPG - Pine Grove|
Cemetery says NPG is New Permit Ground?? and is over by the baby section/woodlawn. So I'll check it out next time I'm up there.
Added by CABrown on Jul 20, 2017 8:32 AM
|BLESSING||RE: Birdie Francis McMurry|
You're welcome, she's my 2nd cousin, twice removed. Joseph Davidson Francis is my 2nd Great Grandfather, his daughter Elnorah was my Great Grandmother.
Added by BLESSING on Jul 19, 2017 11:28 AM
|DKOWN||RE: Milo Sykes|
That works for me.
Added by DKOWN on Jul 10, 2017 5:08 PM
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