|Polli Jost Turner (#48037224)|
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|B.J. Waters||RE: Emelie & Moritz Petzoldt|
Hi Polli! I asked at the office today and they said there definitely is no marker for them. Sorry! I always hate when this happens...
Anyway, regarding their daughter, Inglewood was founded in 1905 so she would not be buried here unless her body was moved from another location. Unfortunately, I am not familiar with which cemeteries in the L.A. area are the oldest, with the exception of Evergreen (see the Findagrave cemetery profile). It was founded in 1877.
Perhaps if you could find locate an obituary on her, it would help. Sorry I cannot be more helpful in this regard.
|B.J. Waters||Emelie & Moritz Petzoldt|
Hello. I was at the cemetery today and after finding lot 580 in the Crescent Plot, I was unable to locate markers for either of them. This is an older part of the cemetery and there is a chance that they are buried beneath the sod, especially if no one has visited their graves in a long time. I will contact the office during the week to see what the record says regarding markers. In the meantime, I am going to fulfill your photo request with a photo of the area where the markers are supposed to be. Their graves are in the approximate center of the photo, in the row just below the Goetz monument.
Thank you in advance for your patience while I sort this out.