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|CarolJJ||RE: Memorial# 118998019|
I agree with you now, as I had worked through their part of the tree, I found that they had a year old daughter that had died. Thanks Carol J
Added by CarolJJ on Sep 16, 2017 7:40 PM
|L holden||Edward Holden|
It looks like this is indeed, his correct resting place. Will you please add all of the relatives connected, that I Have listed, and I will delete my memorial? This is my Husbands Great Uncle. Thank you, Lisa
Added by L holden on Sep 16, 2017 11:43 AM
Could that burial card have said she was 10 instead of 1? Not sure it is the correct person but if so, other records show her as born in 1863 in Canada, daughter of William and Johanna Gentleman. Do the burial cards show parents? Thanks for any help.
Added by CarolJJ on Sep 16, 2017 10:48 AM
|John Palmer||RE: Wm Moran # 94434473|
Scott, sorry if I've already sent a message. My grandmother's father's name was Wm Moran, of David City, NE. I may have found the wrong marker. Thanks, John Palmer
|SRGF||RE: James Carnaby|
Yes I think there all together. I'll add James right now.
Added by SRGF on Sep 04, 2017 3:39 PM
|MrsB||Wow Scott you did it up right for John Tierney!|
I added your caption to the bio--very nice!
Added by MrsB on Sep 04, 2017 2:56 PM
|MrsB||Thank you for the No Stone Visible notation|
I appreciate your trying. Sometimes when we know the cemetery, and how the plots are laid out, and have the grave location, we will take an area shot, including nearby stones, with a flower where we believe the grave to be. In the caption we will describe it (about 10' east of the John Smith stone; about 7 feet west of the Mary Brown stone) and then also add a close-up of that flower. OCCASIONALLY people will use that to place an actual marker--they will naturally contact the cemetery to verify. In any case I put NO STONE VISIBLE right onto the plot location so folks don't try to search for a grave that has no marker. Thank you also for sending grave location--you may have noticed that I follow that type of edit up with a photo request! Stay safe and enjoy this Labor Day weekend.
Added by MrsB on Sep 04, 2017 6:38 AM
|Trish Coate||RE: Butera|
I'm going by the fact that they never named the baby, so I inferred that he or she was stillborn or died the same day. At least we know the year for sure.
|Keith Gee||Roscoe Elfrink|
Sarah was buried next to him. If you create a memorial I can add the picture.
|Barbara Sisbarro||grave photo|
Thank you very much for the grave photo of John Conway
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