|FamleLady||Henry John Eggli|
Check your memorial now. By request, my dear friend Don Calhoun, has put a photo of Henry's Gravestone on the memorial. Maybe you could send him a message to thank him.
|S. Segall||Re: Paul Piatt at Valhalla Cemetery|
My friend (USC Girl) and I have searched the entirety of Valhalla Cemetery 4 times and have not found Paul Piatt. Would you please call the office and verify he has a headstone and the exact location of his burial? Without this information he may never be found. This is a very poorly maintained cemetery. I had to have a headstone for another requester dug out from under 3" of grass a few days ago.
If he does not have a headstone, but you would like a picture of the area and gps coordinates I'm happy to do that for you.
|B J||Rosetta Clark|
April, thanks for the edits. Are you related to the family? BJ
Added by B J on Jun 26, 2016 9:24 AM
|Esther Johnson||Thank you.|
|Esther Johnson||Jessie Lafayette Hiatt|
Jessie Lafayette Hiatt died in Surry Co., N.C. 18 April 1929. You can see his death certificate on Ancestry.com. Can you change it please. Esther Johnson
I found the SCOTT Monument. There were no individual headstones except for the SHINN Family.
There was one large Headstone face down. I am hoping that the Scott family would request that the headstone be flipped or set up on end.
Added by Patty on Mar 26, 2016 9:51 PM
I placed a picture where Truman is buried. There is not a marker for his grave. It would normally be right beside Ada Hall. Section F Plot 566 Grave 6. If you need any other information, please let me know. Thanks.
Added by Roberta on Mar 11, 2016 9:00 PM
|Gaye Hill||RE: Schwegler family|
Thanks for your comments.
I have not come across such a record BUT you should go online to the cemetery where they are buried, there is an online listing of all of the burials and there were some Schweglers I did not know.
Also the University of Cincinnati has a website with links to their library with death cards/burial cards. Some of the sons have these attached into their memorials and that was the source.
IF you are in the Cincinnati area, the local library system has newspapers online from the library with digital searching available. That was the source for some of the newspaper articles and information.
My computer just died! After years of service, it is gone, so I will be using library facilities for a bit before replacing with another machine.
THANKFULLY I had just backed up all of my family history files BEFORE it quit!
Good luck in your continued research.
|wulfrunian||Potential burials of Annie Jane (Rathbone) Brewster's parents|
Of any interest to you re your memorial # 23259064 ?:-
Page 308 of the download of Wolverhampton & District Burials 1813-1992 L-So from http://www.wolverhamptonhistory.org.uk/resources/indexes gives a transcription of the burial record of a John Rathbone of Steelhouse Lane aged 66 at (Holy Trinity) Heath Town Wolverhampton on 2 Apr 1856,
Holy Trinity Heath Town is on Find A Grave at http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=cr&GScid=2230153&CRid=2230153&pt=Holy%20Trinity%20Churchyard&
Page 245 of the download of Merridale Cemetery Burials 1850-1879 L-Se from http://www.wolverhamptonhistory.org.uk/resources/indexes gives a transcription of the burial record of a Mary Rathbone of Steelhouse Lane aged 60 at Merridale Wolverhampton on 19 Apr 1863.
(= same location as your Thomas Brewster memorial #143367899)
|cmm 945||Frederick and Emelin Warner|
Hi April, thank you for the suggested edits for the Warners, which I accepted. Since you have a connection to them (and I do not), I transferred them to you. If you don't want them it's ok to transfer them back to me. Regards, Charlie
Added by cmm 945 on Mar 02, 2015 6:56 AM
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