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Sidreis (#47507103)
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Bio Photo I'm Sidreis... I live in Utah and am a mom, wife, student and employee. Sometimes I wonder where I find the time to do it all!

I love family history and am more than willing to help others out where I can. I take my 12 year old son with me when I photo volunteer. He loves it... he will actually clean off the gravestone and wonder out loud about the lives of the people who's graves we are taking pictures of. It is an opportunity for him to learn about heritage and I get to spend quality time with him as well:-)

I am researching Whitings in SD, NY and MA...
Agla/Egle's in Ontario Canada and Germany
Stevenson/Henry in Scotland
Halva in SD and Slovakia/Czech Republic


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Southern Man
RE: Anne McVicar Stevenson
I can't see any records in the council cemeteries.

For Woodlawn you would have to contact them.
You will note they use the name Woodlawn Memorial Gardens which could be where the confusion with Memorial Park comes in.
Added by Southern Man on May 22, 2015 10:05 PM
Southern Man
Anne McVicar Stevenson
I have been updateing the memorials for Memorial Park in Christchurch NZ and I could not find any council records for Anne McVicar Stevenson in any of their cemeteries. Is it possible that she was cremated as she would more likely be in the Woodlawn Memorial Gardens.
Added by Southern Man on May 19, 2015 1:18 AM
Do you have a few minutes to okay your edits..thanks
Added by MT1950 on Nov 30, 2014 4:21 PM
I transferred Albert's memorial page to you. Let me know if you need any Connecticut help.
Good luck with your genealogy,
Added by Sara on Nov 07, 2011 5:01 AM
Just posted the last Whiton for New Storrs Cemetery...let me know if you want Albert transferred to you as I am not related to him. My pleasure to add these for you..let me know if you need anyone else's gravestone photographed in eastern Connecticut.
Added by Sara on Nov 06, 2011 7:04 PM
I went to New Storrs Cemetery Mansfield CT today and took a photo of the gravestones of Chester, Philura (no dates listed for them), Harriet and Albert Whiton who died in 1966 and can post that if you would like. Someone has been up there to visit as artificial flowers were on the gravestones. It is a large cemetery on the campus of UCONN...still in use today.....very well maintained.
Added by Sara on Nov 06, 2011 12:41 PM
I just finished adding your photo requests...also included Abigail, Anne, Ashbel d 1814, Ashbel Henry, Eliza, Joseph d 1825, Juliana, Mary d 1809, Mary d 1858, Mary d 1898, Matilda and Stephen d 1901.

Added by Sara on Aug 23, 2011 4:16 PM
I went up to Westford Hill Cemetery Ashford CT today and found your photo requests...also took photos of some other Whiton gravestones while I was there. I can see why Perry and his wife didn't see them..the sunlight needs to be really shining on them to see them clearly. It is a rather large cemetery...surrounded by a stone wall...several of the gravestones are missing or broken...but the grass is mowed and it is well kept.

Good luck with your genealogy,
Added by Sara on Aug 23, 2011 2:21 PM
LaWana Frandsen Hall

I am very impressed because I just requested the photo a few hours ago and you have already posted the picture which I am very grateful for. Thank you so very much.........

God Bless You,

Welcome to Find A Grave.........
Added by Sharla on Jun 01, 2011 4:17 PM
Kristen Conrad
I am quite familiar with West family has lived there since the early 1930's. My cousin was the town historian until she passed away last year. I will do some digging and see what I can come up with. It may take a while, so just hold tight. I'll also take a walk through the two old cemeteries in town and see if perhaps they're there but not listed in the records for whatever reason.
Added by Kristen Conrad on May 13, 2011 9:48 PM
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