|Susan T (#46805867)|
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|I saw a story on my local news about a tombstone that had been found, stolen and dumped. The stone was for a 3 year old child named Maggie A Lloyd. As a genealogist, I know how valuable tombstones can be and it made me sick that someone had stolen this one. So I decided to try to find where it belonged. Turns out, Find a Grave had a record of the Paradise Lake Cemetery where Maggie is buried. A number of other local Find a Grave contributors also contact the Sheriff's department with this information and the stone was returned to its proper place. |
If you highlight this link, right click and select "Go to..." it should take you to her page.
I'm sure I'm not the only one who was inspired by this story, as 5 other 'bouquets' were left on her page today. I'm glad to know I'm in such good company!
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|Rhonda ||Memorial # 8354979, Gertrude Aska|
Would you be able to take a photo of Gertrude's grave? There is a question of whether she was buried there or in Colorado. Her date of death was 10 Feb 1932. Also don't know whether an obituary was available. Are there cemetery records available too? She is an ancestor in my family tree.
Thanks in advance,
Added by Rhonda on Jan 10, 2017 2:40 PM
Susan..I just read your story about Maggie Lloyd. I would love to leave some flowers on her Memorial with Find A Grave. Could you tell me what county in Washington Paradise Cemetery is located...? Thank you...Judy
I was touched today by your bio about Maggie I could not find the link to her site if you sent it to me I would love to visit it. thank you for being a Find a Grave member and keep up the good work Sophie .
Added by sophie on Jul 12, 2009 10:15 AM