|Michael Stanley Klimczak||St. Joseph's Cemetery in Hopwood, Fayette, PA|
Hello there. A couple of years ago you kindly fulfilled a couple of photo requests for me in St. Joseph's Cemetery for the Warchol family. Do you know if there's an office that's in charge of their cemetery records? I'm looking for an infant named Adam Warchol, who I believe is also buried there, but would like to be sure. Thank you kindly.
|Carter Rezin||Salome Dillingham Gibbs Beal|
Hello, thank you for photographing my great great grandmother, Salome Beal's headstone at Milton Cemetery. I greatly appreciate it!
|Don Blauvelt||RE: John m whedon|
Thank you Tammy. John Marshall Wheden was the first husband of a granddaughter of my ancestors, whose line I am following.
|Karen Williams Thorne from Orem Utah||Thank you|
Thanks so much for going the extra mile to try to find a headstone for Eleanor Adams. Our family appreciates all your efforts. God bless!
Thank you very much for the photo of her gravestone. Your time and efforts are very much appreciated.
Added by ditdit on May 23, 2016 9:18 AM
Thanks a bunch for fulfilling my photo request. Very kind of you and much appreciated. David
|Nigel Battley||RE: John Quantrille|
The cemetery is set out in 10 areas each one has a letter so a plot would have a letter then a number but you cannot search by plot's any way.
You have to first search in an index book for a surname which then gives you the number of the book for there burial which you then look up for there dates and plot numbers.
But there is only one Quantrille ( which ever way you spell it } in the book A Henry Quantrell 7 Aug 1869.
I have also been round the Churchyard in Diss and from the gravestone that you can read there is not any that fit this name.
I will keep this name in mind when I am looking round other churchyards.
All the best Nigel
|Lee An||RE: Eunice Campbell|
You're welcome! Have a great day! Lee
Added by Lee An on Feb 25, 2016 8:00 AM
|Sharon Snider||RE: Mercy Miranda Hill Campbell|
Tammy, so sorry I did not see your message sooner. When you go to the cemetery, there is a chart on the side of the maintenance building. Her grave is easy to find. If I remember correctly, it is to the right side of that building. Be sure to check the chart first. Good luck.
|Cindy Cornwell McCachern||Thank You|
Thanks for the Cornwell tombstone photos.
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