|Mark Daniel||Frances J Maines|
I posted a tombstone picture for Frances J Maines and as you will notice the stone includes Grace L Maines. Hope I have the right Frances
|Cemetery Walker||RE: CASEY, Issac @ Sheridan|
I looked for your Isaac but did not find him. Do you know if he has a stone there? I will most likely be going back up there before long.
|Hooked On Family||RE: William Russell Warren @ Rose Hill|
So sorry to disappoint you...
I took a LOT of photos at Rose Hill in Greene...600.
When I saw the big stone with William Warren's name on it, I posted the photo on his memorial page...then, linking to Jane's page to post it there, I noticed that it said Jane Warren, wife of William Warren...ugh.
So HIS burial information is NOT on it.
After clicking on the fulfill tab, YOUR name went away, so I didn't know who to write about the error. So sorry.
I live about 25 miles from there. If I get back up, I will try to stop at the City and ask if there was ever a stone for him or not.
|j miller; AKA-: thestonehunter||RE: VanHemert @ Twin Falls|
Thanks, I always try a locate a grave even if it is unmarked. A pictures is better than no picture.
Joe In ID
That was a glitch in the new, automated edit system, which I think has since been fixed. I have recently tried sending a few spouse links, and have gotten the message that a link had already been sent, so the new one could not be accepted.
|Don Watkins||Pharr @ Forest Lawn|
Beside Gertrude, added a photo for Isaac Pharr and one for Julia Ann Pharr who is buried nearby.
|Don Watkins||Gardner @ Forest Lawn|
In addition to William, Elizabeth, Jonathan and Lydia; photos were added to Nancy L Lewis and Emiley M Holtz - all buried same lot.
I also linked Walter Casey to his parents. 116571345
|Lloyd Dalton||Albert Casey #116571040|
I have added Susan Pelletier Casey as Albert's wife.
What I find interesting is one of his son's was named Isaac Dalton Casey, born in St. Francis ME in 1908. My grandfather' name was Isaac Newton Dalton, b. 1876 in PIE, Canada and later moved to St. Francis, ME between 1901 and 1909.
My guess would be the Isaac Dalton Casey was named after my grandfather. Would you have any knowledge of this?
|Kathy Holland, Gates to the Past Genealogy||William and Lillian Farmer|
I've uploaded the photos for William and Lillian, and found a Mildred Farmer (1901-1970) buried next to Lillian. I've created a memorial page for Mildred and uploaded a photo. Perhaps Mildred is related to William and Lillian?
I noticed that you asked for a photo of a name memorial for the Farmers. Unfortunately, there are no such memorials at Oakwood Cemetery--just the headstones that mark each grave.
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