I noticed that you added flowers twice to the grave of Alice List who was buried in the First Presbyterian Church of Berkshire Valley cemetery. I was wondering if you are related in some way. It would be wonderful to meet a living relative.
Added by Mary on May 10, 2014 5:57 PM
|Natalie ._c-||Mary Alderman grave|
Thank you for adding the memorial to my grandmother's grave. I never met her because she died before I was born, but it's nice to see that someone cared enough to leave a memorial.
Added by Natalie ._c- on Mar 30, 2014 8:18 PM
Dropping in on you to say Hi and to say I think of you often. I want to thank you for steering me in the right direction in getting my son flowers. So many kind people on here (some are not) and you are a true Earth Angel. I hope all is well with you these days. I lost all my kitties last year and now have my daughter's 5 yr old cat to keep us company.
Added by Joyce on Mar 25, 2014 10:35 PM
|C.C.Diamond||ID Military in Westlawn-Hillcrest|
We are currently working to identify anyone buried in Westlawn-Hillcrest Cemetery Omaha NE that has served in the military. If you have a loved one buried there or know of someone, please send us a message. We place flags on the graves for Memorial Day. This project is sponsored by Centennial Masonic Lodge #326.
If you can send us the names, we will be sure to include them on our list to get a flag.
Thank you for the help with this ongoing project.
If you have already received this message, please accept our apologies for the duplicate message.
Added by C.C.Diamond on Mar 02, 2014 7:28 AM
|Bruce May||Eugene Jackson May|
Please send a photo of the grave marker and description of grave location (section and plot number if available) to nephew: Bruce May, 2106 Glenbrook Meadows Dr, Garland, Texas, 75040-4140, email@example.com, Phone: 972-495-7835, Fax: 972-496-3355.
- Bruce May
Added: Feb. 25, 2014
"Jack" died of Bright's disease, a kidney disorder, when he was 18 months old. I could not find his grave marker after looking twice in baby land section.
- Bruce May
Added: Feb. 25, 2014
Added by Bruce May on Mar 01, 2014 12:24 PM
|Valerie Neal||Find A Grave Memorial# 67650180|
I noticed you made the correction, but Nadine Massey's maiden name was Rose, not a nickname.
Added by Valerie Neal on Feb 21, 2014 5:55 AM
|Libby Talley||Jason C. Sanford|
I got the email about Debbie Summers on the Scroll. But, I haven't got anything about Jason yet.
Added by Libby Talley on Feb 15, 2014 9:32 AM
|Libby Talley||Debbie Summers|
I got her on the Scroll, finally. :)
Added by Libby Talley on Feb 15, 2014 8:45 AM
|Alexis||Danvers State Cemetery|
What is left of the hospital has been turned into condos and the area has been built up. The condo association was to take care of the cemetery. It is a walk thru high grass into the woods. The cemetery was cleared and it does have a very sad vibe to it. It was very quiet but very sad feeling. My daughter brought her husky with her, he is deaf, but he could hear something there. He sat very still looking around tipping his head. Most graves were just marked with numbers. I took pictures of numbers, but want to wait till I know who is buried there. I posted the ones that have names. I will go back in the spring. So many were only physically ill and not mentally ill, but no medicine to treat them. What a shame.
Added by Alexis on Jan 07, 2014 4:10 PM
|Alexis||Danvers State Hospital|
The cemetery is lost in the middle of the woods. It was cleared and was cleaned up and the numbered plots were going to have stones. It has become overgrown again and hard to get to. I am going back in the spring to see what has been done. Hopefully I can get the rest photographed. Thank you for caring about them.
Added by Alexis on Jan 05, 2014 8:43 PM
Dear Ghost Girl: Thank you for responding to my post. Happy holidays to you as well!
Added by Douglas Scheirer on Dec 13, 2013 11:10 PM
|Douglas Scheirer||Danvers Memorials|
Dear Ghost Girl: I would like to commend you for your kindness and thoughtfulness in leaving a virtual flower for every person listed as buried in the Danvers State Hospital Cemetery. Too many of these people lived out their lives and died alone. Thank you for having compassion toward them, especially since you couldn't possibly have known them.
As for me, I had no family in Danvers; in fact, I have never even been to Massachucets. I am simply a lover of cemeteries, abandoned buildings (especially old institutions), and other such scenes. Nevertheless, your action impressed me, and I know those patients would thank you if they could. God bless you.
Added by Douglas Scheirer on Dec 08, 2013 10:47 PM
|Laura Callas||Lindsey, Daniels, Bisbe familys|
Hi im Laura Lindsey, Callas I found your Grand Parents were posted here on find-a-grave, My Great Grand Parents were related to your Bisby, Daniels family. My GreatGrand father was James Monroe Lindsey burried in the Daniels plot beside his second wife Ellen P. Daniels, his first wife ( my GGrand Mother ) name was Mary A. ? Dont know and cant find any thing else about her. Any way they had 9 children between then. Do you happen to know Pearl Daniels maiden name was, I believe she would be your GGGrand Mother? and if im right isent Charles H. Daniels " Ellen P. Daniels, Lindsey " brother & sister?
I would love to exchange any info you may have on these familys. My email is firstname.lastname@example.org
Thank You Laura Lindsey, Callas
Added by Laura Callas on Oct 10, 2013 9:25 PM
|Jerry Vanderford||RE: Unusual Cemetery|
Yes, I have seen our family Bible and there is no info in it about them. I may try the birth certificates, that's a good idea. Thanks for the suggestions.
Added by Jerry Vanderford on Sep 15, 2013 5:08 PM
|Jerry Vanderford||Unusual Cemetery|
If you're ever down in Pleasant Grove, Ar. you should make it a point to see the Collom Cemetery. It is the most unusual I've ever seen.
I was there Friday to get my first photo for this site. It has been abandoned way down in the woods and is overgrown with trees. You would only be able to get to it during dry weather. There are some huge tombstones among these big trees and it is just strange sight. Since you research Cemeteries I thought you might be interested in this unusual one.
Added by Jerry Vanderford on Sep 15, 2013 7:00 AM
|Jerry Vanderford||RE: Thanks Again|
Yes, sadly that was. In addition to my twin there were 5 others lost at or right after birth. There were 3 of us that survived. I have twin brothers 5 years older than myself. I don't know why the mortality rate was so high. We were born at home but a doctor was present. Wish I had talked more about it to my mother years ago before she passed.
I've noticed that you leave a lot of Memorials for children. Your reward will be great in Heaven. Again, God Bless you.
Added by Jerry Vanderford on Sep 15, 2013 5:46 AM
|Jerry Vanderford||Thanks Again|
Thanks again for another Beautiful Memorial for my Twin. God Bless you for what you do.
Added by Jerry Vanderford on Sep 14, 2013 3:37 PM
|Jerry Vanderford||Thank you|
Thank you for leaving a moving picture for my twin brother who was stillborn.
Added by Jerry Vanderford on Sep 13, 2013 7:31 PM
We are researching Jacob F. Moerschel wifes family of Missouri. I had noticed you left flowers on some of the Moerschel family memorials. Are you related? Would like to chat. email@example.com
Added by Krauss/Gronek on Aug 29, 2013 7:35 AM
|Ron Rader||Debbie Summers|
I saw the memorial for Debbie Summers on Findagrave's virtual tour. You had mentioned in one of your message board posts that you were going to post the photo of a cross if you could figure out how to make it small enough. If you still would like help with that, send the photo to me and I can re-size it for you.
Added by Ron Rader on Aug 28, 2013 2:15 PM
I saw your token you left for Homer and just wanted to send a hug.
Added by SerenityNow on Jul 26, 2013 8:54 PM
|Claudia D'Aquin||Flower memorial left for Jeanne Michel D'Aquin|
Thank you for leaving a flower memorial for my grandmother, Jeanne Sulamite Michel D'Aquin. The date on it is March, 2009, but I just found it. So, my thanks are a little late, but I do thank you.
In answer to your question: we don't know whether she was murdered. In 1936, it was only possible to test for poisonous substances, not toxic quantities of otherwise therapeutic medications. My father believed that she had been poisoned with her own medicine.
Added by Claudia D'Aquin on Jul 16, 2013 6:49 AM
|Roberta Parks Groner||RE: Re : Anne Wilson Goldthwaite|
thanks for answering!!! She is the Mother of my ancester according to the Ala State History. I just cannot find where her daughter is burried to link them or to her husband!!
Added by Roberta Parks Groner on Jul 15, 2013 7:13 PM
|Roberta Parks Groner||Re : Anne Wilson Goldthwaite|
I am a direct decendent of John Archibald Campbell is burried in this same cemetary. His wife was Anne or Anna Goldthwaite Campbell. I am trying to determine if this is her mother?
Do you have any information on this family or any idea where her grave might be in conjunction with his (I also have yet to locate Anne/Anna G. Campbell 's grave and am looking for that.
Added by Roberta Parks Groner on Jul 12, 2013 2:12 PM
|W, Harrison||Died on same day|
Murder- suicide. Husband and wife. He shot her, then himself.
Added by W, Harrison on Jun 25, 2013 5:05 PM