|Brasshat||RE: George Alexander Carmichael in Globe Cemetery|
Your ancestor is interred in the older section of the Globe Cemetery. However, the Mortuary Records reflect that he is in the 'General Section' which is not clearly defined in cemetery records.
I did not consult the official cemetery index at the city of Globe but did check an index of graves found in 1989 by a team of L.D.S. researchers and they found no monument/stone for Mr. George Carmichael. They did find a Mr. John Carmichael in the miners section of the cemetery.
Added by Brasshat on Jan 11, 2017 2:15 PM
|Michael Moore||RE:Mary McCausland Clarke|
I did not find a stone for the above-mentioned person when I photographed Lachute Protestant Cemetery this past summer... and I photographed and have since uploaded every stone that exists for persons who died prior to the year 2000.
I sent you an email today with pictures of the directory boards at Lake Saskatoon.
|Michael Moore||Fletcher Monkman Photo Request|
I could not find a stone for Fletcher Monkman, but I was able to find his name on the signboard at the entrance to the cemetery. I have uploaded a picture of the signboard, with an arrow pointing to Fletcher's name.
I have other photos of other sections of the signboard, if you would like them, let me know your email address and I will send them to you.
|Michael Moore||Lachute, Lake Saskatoon Cemetery Requests|
This past summer, I photographed every one of the stones at Lachute Protestant Cemetery (5,500 stones), and every stone at Lake Saskatoon Cemetery near Grande Prairie (about 200). I'm in the process of uploading them all now, it will likely take me a few months. So you can expect to see your photo requests fulfilled, as long as legible stones exist.
Fascinating that both you and I have relatives in both of these two cemeteries, which are about 3,000 km apart.
|jmgs1||RE: # 91105697|
Thanks for the good info, Suzanne, Perhaps I can call them as I am in Alabama. I am trying to track the Spicer & Parsons families from that area. The obituary is for Master Mariner Captain Edmund Spicer.
Added by jmgs1 on May 12, 2016 6:29 PM
Hi, I don't have a question about this particular person but I do have a question regarding the cemetery (Methodist/Presbyterian Cemetery) .....would this be the Methodist Cemetery in Parrsboro, NS?
I am looking for a grave & the 1926 obituary states~
"Funeral took place at Parrsboro on Sunday afternoon at the home of his sister Mrs. H. C. Jenks. Service was conducted by the Rev. I. D. Lyttle, assisted by Rev. A. R. Reynolds and Dr. McConnell of Amherst. Body was laid to rest in the METHODIST CEMETERY. The Knights of Pythias of Parrsboro and Port Greville to which the deceased had been a member MARCHED to the cemetery."
Thank you in advance
Added by jmgs1 on May 10, 2016 11:32 PM
|AncestryClimber||Memorial# 134828720 Edna Horst|
Thank you so much for posting a picture of Edna's tombstone. It is greatly appreciated.
Beckie Krone Knisely
|Sharon Lavash Hawkins||RE: Leake headstone photo|
You're very welcome :) I'm there a couple of times a week during my lunch hour. It's a great place to walk around for the exercise and fresh air....the foliage has been absolutely beautiful!
|Animatedlady||RE: Blatch gravestones|
You are most welcome!
|Tamara Gallagher||Scott grave stone|
I have to go back to Maplewood. I believe a remember where that one is located I'll try to get a better picture for you.
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