|BAB/FNB||RE: Hanisko Stone Photos|
Added by BAB/FNB on May 29, 2017 10:33 PM
|Homeboss||RE: Joseph How|
Sure, I'll do it now, hopefully its the one you want.
Added by Homeboss on May 13, 2017 5:08 PM
|Carol||RE: Richard & Mary Hall Stone Photos|
Hi Bob, You're Welcome
Added by Carol on Apr 20, 2017 9:22 AM
|Spaceman Spiff||RE: Elaine Parker Evans Photo|
You're very welcome.
Happy to help!
|Anonymous||RE: Aaron & Rachel Price Photos|
Unfortunately, I was unable to locate either one of these graves (despite hours of searching). According to the incomplete records for Machpelah Cemetery, Aaron Price's grave was in the section adjacent to Houdini's family memorial, but most likely was destroyed by acid rain (particularly since limestone was commonly used in the 1870's. Thanks
|Anonymous||RE: Pearl Price Bergerman Stone Photo|
You're very welcome, and thanks for all of your hard work in compiling this important information. I am new to this, but like you, I also find it to be rewarding to preserve these graves and beautiful cemeteries. Sadly, some of the graves that I have sought in the New York area have apparently disappeared due to the materials that were used (limestone?)being destroyed by acid rain.
|Ladybug||Thank You !|
I had the links prior to your reminder. (laughing)
Thanks to you I have now updated the bio. for Harriet Parker Doan.
Appreciate your time and help.
Added by Ladybug on Mar 14, 2017 12:20 PM
|Jody Lutter||RE: Thomas Bruen|
I did not see a stone at this grave. I did not dig or insert poles, so there could be stones that were grown over. If you call the cemetery office, they may be able to look at the plot card for mention of a marker.
Thank you for their headstone photo.
|Denise||RE: Samuel Joy - Rainsford Island Cemetery|
Hi, Your welcome. I'm sorry it wasnt better news and a headstone was found. I just noticed there were quite a few requests going back many years and just wanted to send an update. Denise.
Added by Denise on Oct 05, 2016 3:50 PM
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