|Mitzi||Pearl - East Cemetery|
There were requests for 4 people on Find A Grave and the cemetery could only find records for one of them. A man who wanted two (that the cemetery couldn't find) emailed back and forth yesterday and between the two of us, I now have enough info to go back to a certain section and do a search of my own.
So, I would bet that Pearl is there. If you can give me more info - date of death - anyone who might be buried near her - a section... anything that anyone can come up with - and I will go do a search of my own. I would hate to guess how big that cemetery is - that's why I gave up the first day and asked for help at the office.
Anyway, don't take it down! We will find her!
There is one other public cemetery in Manchester - I think it is St Thomas - down on Broad Street. Also, there is a Catholic Cemetery that is large, but private. If you think she might be there it would be worth a call to them. I know one parish is St Bridget. Someone there would be able to direct you to who you should talk to. If you are pretty certain about East - I am fine with that, too. Any more info would help me a lot. I am new to CT - just moved here from Alaska for my retirement to be near my grandkids~ so I am still finding my way around.
Added by Mitzi on Apr 15, 2014 1:21 PM
|mimi||RE: Abbie A. Nichols|
Sorry about the confusion.
His(Hiram) parents(Soloman & Lavina) are buried in Wisconsin.
Abigail Ada Lewis (maiden name)
She was married prior to a Simon Norman in the Berwick/s.berwick maine area.
Added by mimi on Apr 07, 2014 3:46 AM
|Stephen Farnell||RE: Sgt Frederick Osborne at Hanover|
You could ask for transfer of management due to you having the main Links and then you could add the bio to all by copy and pasting the bio. This would allow you to arrange photo order. The memorials will all be yours then. I have put this forward in all of there edits but it may take them some time before the bio's are added. they usually tranfer over and let the person with the research do it.
Added by Stephen Farnell on Mar 25, 2014 9:39 AM
|ditdit||Pilot Officer ( Pilot ) Christopher C Firth|
Thank you very much for the photos of his gravestone. Your time and efforts are very much appreciated.
I never got an email notification, so thank you also for the alert!
Added by ditdit on Mar 25, 2014 6:09 AM
Thanks very much for the info and reply on Sargent Johnston.
Added by MikeBrennan on Mar 23, 2014 4:54 PM
|MikeBrennan||Hanover Military Cemetery|
I noticed you left flowers for Sgt TF Johnston buried in Hannover Military Cemetery in Germany (died 20 feb 1944). Do you have or know of any family connection to him? He was my cousin.
Added by MikeBrennan on Mar 22, 2014 7:10 PM
|Kina Freeland Bryant||RE: Enar|
Right away, I forgot about that. Here you go, give me two minutes.
Added by Kina Freeland Bryant on Mar 17, 2014 2:21 PM
|Kina Freeland Bryant||Enar|
You are more than welcome. Enar is in space 3A though
Added by Kina Freeland Bryant on Mar 16, 2014 11:36 AM
|Kina Freeland Bryant||Ethel and Enar Peterson|
Great news, I found them with the help of two workers at the Southern Memorial Park and they do have markers. I hope this helps.
Added by Kina Freeland Bryant on Mar 15, 2014 10:23 AM
|Kina Freeland Bryant||RE: Ethel Peterson|
Sorry it has taken so long, been a little busy but I will go tomorrow and take the picture for Ethel and Enar.
Added by Kina Freeland Bryant on Mar 14, 2014 10:45 PM
|Mike Taylor||Thank you|
I have just received notice of a photo of my Uncle's grave. I wanted to thank you for going out of your way to bring that piece of history and family to me in Canada. Words can't describe the joy my Dad will receive when he finally has the chance to say good-bye to his brother now we know where he is laid to rest. Volunteers like you don't get the praise they deserve often enough. Please know the joy you have given my family.
Added by Mike Taylor on Mar 10, 2014 10:47 AM
|Jim Fisk||L K Jackson|
Thanks so much for the photo of L K Jackson's headstone in the Becklingen War Cemetery in Germany. He was the uncle I never had a chance to meet. I hope to get there someday, in person.
Added by Jim Fisk on Mar 09, 2014 9:34 AM
|Andy Baker||Becklingen War Cemetery|
Thank you very much for the pictures of the headstones, it is much appreciated
Added by Andy Baker on Mar 09, 2014 8:57 AM
|TurningHearts||Gunner George Holman Hunt|
Thank you for your time and efforts in locating and photoing this headstone. It is much appreciated.
Added by TurningHearts on Mar 08, 2014 4:58 PM
|Elizabeth Grieve||Grave photo|
Many thanks for the photo you took of my cousins grave as he died during the second war. Your kindness is greatly appreciated.
Added by Elizabeth Grieve on Mar 07, 2014 1:13 PM
Thank you so much for the photos. ive waited a long time to find my great uncle and to be able to see where he is resting is amazing. thank you again
Added by Jodi on Mar 07, 2014 11:23 AM
|Kina Freeland Bryant||Ethel Peterson|
Good afternoon, my name is Kina and I volunteered to take the picture of Ethel. I was told she is in Section 5 Lot 415 Space 4. I went to the section and found only a space and no headstone. You can call the office and speak to have an administrator to verify that this is true. Maybe, I went to the wrong area and they can make sure. I will go back, if you need me to.
Their number is 786-380-8972
Added by Kina Freeland Bryant on Mar 03, 2014 3:07 PM
|Pam Acquaviva Kalbfleisch||Transfer - Dominic Acquaviva|
Thank you for transferring Dominic Acquaviva's memorial to me. It was kind of you to take the photos, too. God bless!
Added by Pam Acquaviva Kalbfleisch on Feb 19, 2014 2:59 PM
|Genie Dave||Alson Knight Memorial|
You have really done a great job n the Alson and Betsey Knight memorial in Mount Auburn Cemetery. Alson was indeed born in Broome (county) Province Quebec, Canada Jan. 12, 1823.
I hope that you might find time this spring to do a Cutler Family memorial also. It is Lot 6030. Grave Number 7 is Ella Atlanta (Knight) Cutler, wife of Frank Ernest Cutler.
Keep up the good work.
Added by Genie Dave on Feb 18, 2014 2:17 PM
|Kendall Mellem||Wilhelm Fahlbusch|
Thank you for the lovely photo and additional biographical information. You've worked so hard on this memorial, I should transfer it to you!
Added by Kendall Mellem on Feb 18, 2014 11:33 AM
ditto on Charles, thank you for sponsoring. That one got lost in the emails.:)
Added by ditdit on Feb 05, 2014 10:24 AM
|ditdit||Ellen & Augusta|
Thank you for sponsoring their memorials.
I think it was the wind that made the legs look bowed.
Added by ditdit on Feb 05, 2014 10:21 AM
|Ian Rainford||Flying Officer Robert Gorman Rainford|
May I thank you very much for the photo's of my late Great Uncles grave at Hanover War Cemetery.
Up to a year ago I didn't even know he existed until I found him on the internet.
I also had another Great Uncle who was shot down over Norway, This fact all my remaining family members know about, but as for Robert Gorman Rainford, they have no knowledge of his death.
I found an article about Robert and thought you might find it interesting, Check Link:
I'm sure now that Robert's brave exploits with 75(nz)squadron will be there for all to see.
Many thanks once again.
Added by Ian Rainford on Jan 24, 2014 8:35 AM
|Chris Davis||Emanuel Craig|
Hello my name is Christina I'm Emanuel and Bernice Craig daughter and I was wanting to know more about the picture that is posted on Emanuel of him working in Wyoming in 1959. Thanks for your help.
Added by Chris Davis on Jan 23, 2014 5:10 PM
|joan hallberg||RE: Hegman|
The family would really prefer the younger and much better photo of them when they first arrived in the US.. If I send it could you please remove the old one and post this for us.. I am not good at doing these things and you are..
Added by joan hallberg on Jan 19, 2014 1:20 PM