|kdkb||Margaret (Taylor) Hesselton photo request|
I have photographed most of this cemetery over the past few years. On each photo trip I have kept my eye out for this grave, but cannot find it. I've specifically looked near her parents Calvin & Loyola Taylor, and near her brother Robert Taylor. There is no marker for her in either place. Do you know what part of the cemetery she is buried in. There is no way to find a grave by plot number as there are no signs w/plots, but the streets in the cemetery do have names. If you can provide that information I would be happy to get the photo for you.
Added by kdkb on Oct 22, 2016 3:15 PM
|Sharon Lavash Hawkins||RE: Rubert Flagg Headstone|
You're very welcome :)
|Grace Younglove Hudson||Stone|
sorry repost for the marker.. I was deleting the obit to fix it and deleted the memorial by mistake. I have reposted the memorial. I did not post a marker. Do you want me to transfer the memorial to you?
|jabs||Ramsey Forest Hills|
Hello, I believe Charlotte F Ramsey Willard (1852 - 1877) is Matthew J Ramsey's #158235456 daughter not his wife. I have added his wife Charlotte Green Ramsey.
Added by jabs on Aug 27, 2016 8:39 PM
|Grace Younglove Hudson||RE: Miller Headstones|
You are most welcome.
|Grace Younglove Hudson||RE: Keller Grave Markers|
You are so welcome, if you would like me to transfer any to you just use the edit tab on their memorial I will be happy to do so. Love getting them with family. Thanks
|psc||RE: White Graves|
You're welcome and thanks for the message. Glad I could take the pictures for you!
Added by psc on May 14, 2016 5:47 PM
|Penchance||RE: Menzel Headstone|
You're very welcome. If you set up a memorial for Alwin, let me know and I can add the picture to that, as well.
|Amanda||RE: Moore gravestones|
Your welcome. I actually took them a few years ago when I was in the cemetery photographing my family. My oldest son is a Moore so I took them wondering if they were his ancestors and sure enough they were!
Added by Amanda on Mar 11, 2016 5:03 PM
|Anonymous(59)||RE: EJ Tatro|
For many years I have been trying to identify the patients of those who are buried in a forgotten and obscure cemetery. The graves are marked with a pipe with a number on it, no names. I do not find this method as being acceptable. My ultimate aim is to have a name attached to a number.
Unfortunately all the hospital records were destroyed. All I have on E.J. Tatro is just the name and the pipe number. I have tried to research this individual as to their full name, place of birth, parentage,age, male or female. Perhaps you can provide me with that information so it can be placed
honorably on his/hers grave site page.
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