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Barbara A.(Schweickert) Burnham - Editor/researcher of The Schweickert Family Tree 1818-2004 originally published by Dorothy Willover in 1982, updated in 2004. Also has information on mother's family - Gentner/Amann in western NY.
Francis N. Burnham - Author/researcher of ANCESTORS AND DESCENDENTS OF JOSIAH CLARK BURNHAM (2002). Also, researcher of Weber/Kaltenbach families in Buffalo, NY.
CALVARY CLEVELAND NOTES: only a couple of the hundreds of volunteer photographers listed as living near the cemetery actually take photos here - thus, 3700 requests (it was 1699 when we started in 2017 - so, a losing battle). Other observations - based on our 17,000+ Calvary photos: 5-10% of graves located in LOTS are unmarked. If the burial is in a LEVEL, ROW or RANGE (side by side single burials in chronological order) the number of unmarked graves is considerably higher. Raised markers and monuments are mostly found on LOTS in Sections 3-13, 20-24, 30-31, 34-35, 38-39, 55, 57-58, sometimes elsewhere. Sections numbered above 59 (except 73, 75, 78 and 81 which usually have 8/10" markers) have mostly flat, usually overgrown, markers which do not photograph well without assistance (trimming, digging, brushing etc). Although such markers are common in the Sections indicated above, similar flat markers can be found in any Section and are almost always the rule in ROWS, LEVELS etc (if there is a marker, and it is not buried - i. e. see (177048680). Calvary buries 2 deep - 2 people (more if cremations are involved) can have the same grave number. No central Mausoleum/Columbarium, but small family mausoleums and freestanding columbariums are scattered throughout the cemetery.
You are welcome to use any photo taken by us for any non-commercial purpose. If you have a question concerning the photo on a memorial - click on the photo and read the caption. Please update your photo requests - if there is a problem or request for additional info - take care of it. If it can't be fixed, or if the grave is designated as unmarked, delete the request or ask for an area photo.