|Sharon Soileau||Judice picture|
Did you get a chance to look at father, mother and daughters memorials? It shows same location for all three. Please let me know your thoughts.
|Sharon Soileau||RE: incorrect Eliza Judice photo|
Did not add picture before because of that but the location shown on memorial is there. I can remove the picture but i would suggest updating location.
|grave plotter||re # 147857377|
I noticed you have a photo request for Denis Archambault . --
Denis archambault is buried in this cemetery. unfortunately this Montreal Cemetery does NOT exist today. so there are NO tombstones to be photograghed .
This cemetery was used between 1654-1799 for catholic Montreal citizens . Today it lies beneath the cobblestones of Old Montreal . not far from the Notre Dame Church which still exists today .
I have put a map of where the cemetery was in relation to the Notre Dame church
Thank you have a nice day
|marshwalker||Your photo request, Garrison Graveyard|
I saw your requests for photos of the gravestones of your Acadian ancestors in the Garrison Graveyard in Annapolis Royal, Nova Scotia. Although it is possible they are buried there, there is no way of verifying that they are. In any case, if there were grave markers at the time of burial (possibly wooden crosses), certainly no markers exist today, and havenít for many, many years.
|Mary Ray||Julia Nabors Culbertson|
I've searched throughout the cemetery, and there is no Julia Nabors Culbertson marker. There is, however, empty space between her husband, W. W. Culbertson, and "Infant son of WW & Julia Culbertson". On the other side of W. W. Culbertson there is a blank space, then a marker with Nancy Culbertson, wife of W. W. Culbertson. Therefore, it's highly possible that Julia Nabors Culbertson may be buried on either side of W. W. Culbertson. Sorry I can't provide what you are requesting.
Added by Mary Ray on May 02, 2016 2:02 PM
|Vincent Trinka||Elizabeth Judice Photo Request|
I went to the marker you listed and took a picture. But the name/date doesn't exactly match. I would like to send them to you for your review and approval before I post them. Contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Our family has the Ogletree plot in Georgetown, GA there is not a person by the name you requested in our plot. There is a couple of Ogletrees in a different part of the cemetery. But, I haven't run across that person yet.
Added by Anna on Nov 02, 2015 5:40 PM
|Bud||RE: Henry Culbertson|
I looked in a borrowed disc and found that Ruby Francis Culbertson is buried there in Plot B-VIII-2 with a 'ts' meaning she has a tombstone marker.
I sent an "Edit" to Kimberly Silvey and will see if I can find that headstone. Now I have to find the cemetery map that I had.
Looking up, Bud
Added by Bud on Jun 01, 2015 5:07 AM
|Bud||RE: Henry Culbertson|
Sorry no other Corinth Cemetery in Gwinnett County that I know of. There was one in DeKalb County and there is one in Corinth in Walton County.
The one in DeKalb County and this one in Gwinnett County were combined by Find A Grave due to two clowns thinking that they were the same cemetery. A member in Dekalb and I had a job straitening that out.
The one in Gwinnett is near the DeKalb county line, but is on flat ground and the one in DeKalb County is one a hillside. Both were connected to nearby churchs, but those churches have changed hands.
There are several plots over there that have stone markers and burials with no markers, so he could be there and missed on surveys.
Best regards, Bud
Added by Bud on May 30, 2015 5:13 AM
Any relation to Alfred or William king blackmon?
Added by kelli on May 23, 2015 11:52 AM
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