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I'm a resident of Whitehorse, Yukon, Canada. I have been tracing my family tree for 22 years. It spans the globe, mainly Canada, USA, Ireland, Scotland and England.
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|lauraga||RE: Rowe Family|
OK, let me know if they're able to identify their location.
Added by lauraga on Dec 19, 2015 12:51 PM
|lauraga||RE: Rowe Family|
Yes, all I have access to is the OGS transcript. If the cemetery company has provided something to you and there are grave markers, I'd be happy to photograph them for you - I'd just need to know where they'd be.
Added by lauraga on Dec 15, 2015 1:46 PM
Hi, I also checked the Little Lake index for Royden Rowe and Viola Rowe but they are not listed. Royden Harold Rowe was born in Young's Point and his wife Viola was born in Selwyn. They also had been living in Lindsay, Ontario in 1934 as their infant son Royden Albert Rowe is buried in Riverside Cemetery there. It's possible they are there or in other cemeteries in the area. Unfortunately, I can't check the index for Riverside. I could check indexes for Selwyn/Young's Point, if you wish.
Added by lauraga on Dec 14, 2015 4:54 PM
Hello, I checked the cemetery index for Little Lake cemetery in Peterborough and could not find Alfred Manning or any others (parents or wives). However, I think you should check a possible burial of Mount Pleasant Cemetery in Toronto. Ancestry shows a death registration for Alfred Manning on October 3, 1929 and Mount Pleasant is indicated.
Added by lauraga on Dec 14, 2015 4:07 PM
The cemetery has confirmed he is buried in this plot just not listed on the stone.
Hi i went to look for william graham stone today in mount pleasant. i did find the graham stone many names are listed on it but not his:
these names sound familiar?
|Greg Honey||RE: Margaret Doonan McMaster|
I'm not sure what to tell you. On the desktop website, the stone shows correctly - the right way up. But when I check the mobile app site and look at that same memorial, it shows 90 degrees on its side.
|Cheryl Gillespie||Willian Jarvis|
Tina, I will heading over there this weekend to do scan for you. Still trying to figure out what the SH stand for. But yes William S Jarvis is listed in the Avondale Cemetery Book.
Birth 1867, death 04/07/1909. They are buried together. Where ever SH-22 is.
|Cheryl Gillespie||Jarvis-Avondale Cemetery|
Tina, I'm currently doing a plan-a-gram (graphing the cemetery. I have the Avondale Cemetery Book.
There is a listing for Minerva Jarvis, Birth-1870, Death-8/20/1909. Also a listing for a William S Jarvis, Birth-1867, Death-4/07/1909. The book Headlines are as follows: SH - BL (block) Lot & Grave_N. The Cemetery is divided into Blocks, then Lots, Then graves. I have to find out what the SH, stands for. It lists them under the SH, 22. There is no block # or even a grave #. But on my next trip over there. I will keep my eyes open for you. I'm sorry I can't do more right now. I will have to talk to the records center to find out what SH stand for.
William S. Jarvis's has a Death Record on seekingmichigan.org.
|B. C. B. : : = )||St John's / Newmarket|
Be careful with Newmarket. There are 2 0r 3 Cemeteries with simular names, But are the same place. There is also another cemetery almost next door to it.
when I got your photo from the Udney Cemetery I saw a marker for a Tina, I can not make out her family name.
Father was "Joe" and Mother "Elsie" It maybe Cleaverly.
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